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A little to the left of Crosby Hall, through a low gateway, the sightseer passes from the noisy thoroughfare into a quiet court.
MILTON'S ENGLANDLUCIA AMES MEAD
To the Old South Church itself, the sightseer next turns, if still bent on historical pilgrimages.
OCEAN TO OCEAN ON HORSEBACKWILLARD GLAZIER
The Tower Bridge, on a first sight, is infinitely more astonishing to the sightseer than any other London monument.
HIGHWAYS AND BYWAYS IN LONDONMRS. E. T. COOK.
In the Adamello country, however, the greediest sightseer will be satisfied.
ITALIAN ALPSDOUGLAS WILLIAM FRESHFIELD
The latter does not contain much that, one would suppose, appeals to the interest of the ordinary sightseer.
A BOOK OF GHOSTSSABINE BARING-GOULD
No man—not the most enthusiastic sightseer that ever was—is so dazzled by foreign wonders as to forget his own land.
THE WORKS OF LUCIAN OF SAMOSATA, V. 4LUCIAN OF SAMOSATA
He could hardly explain outright that Mrs. Saumarez was not coming—that Angèle alone would be the sightseer.
THE REVELLERSLOUIS TRACY
There were some old sluice-boxes and deserted cabins, which were very interesting to the average sightseer.
THE SHEEP EATERSWILLIAM ALONZO ALLEN
You must make this visit not as a sightseer, nor yet in the spirit of a philanthropist, but only as a friend.
CURRENT HISTORY, A MONTHLY MAGAZINENEW YORK TIMES
I felt that one of the worst things about Killarney was the American sightseer, and I came away soon.
JUST IRISHCHARLES BATTELL LOOMIS
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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