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  • Italy would today probably be where she was when these young men conceived their patriotic dream: the Pope supreme temporal ruler of Rome, and the rest of Italy divided up into a dozen cringing provinces, each presided over by a princeling, who, on favor of some patron, Austria, Germany or France, the favor duly viseed by the Pope, was allowed to call himself king.

    Little Journeys to the Homes of Great Reformers

  • Rubens wrote the advice home to his mother, and the good mother viseed it and sent it back.

    Little Journeys to the Homes of Eminent Painters

  • The passport duly viseed, the Neptune resumed her course out into the open sea, by grace of the British navy.

    Jefferson and His Colleagues; a chronicle of the Virginia dynasty

  • Kueichou is the first prefectural city that the traveller meets in Szechuen; for that reason my laoban required me to give him my passport that he might take it ashore and have it viseed by the magistrate.


  • So we get the religion of Christ interpreted by Paul, and finally viseed and launched by a Roman Emperor.

    Little Journeys to the Homes of the Great - Volume 09 Little Journeys to the Homes of Great Reformers

  • Arrived at the gate of Elvas, an officer came out of a kind of guard house, and, having asked me some questions, despatched a soldier with me to the police office, that my passport might be viseed, as upon the frontier they are much more particular with respect to passports than in other parts.

    The Bible in Spain

  • Went to-day to get my passport viseed for Florence, whither I intended to go on Tuesday next, but am advised by the consul and others not to risk the journey at present, as it is unsafe.”

    Letters and Journals 01


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