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Had he once had a view of the Grand Canyon it would undoubtedly have saved him a good many miles of weary travel in his northern entrada of this same year that Garces reached Oraibi. * A year or two after my visit, James Stevenson, of the Bureau of Ethnology, was driven away from Oraibi.

And now, where once was heard the excited shouts of the idle crowd, of "Los Americanos!" "Los Carros!" "La entrada de la Caravana!" as the great freight wagons rolled into the streets of the old town from the Missouri, over the Santa Fe Trail, the shrill whistle of the locomotive from its trail of steel awakens the echoes of the mighty hills.

"Peneleo, wandering about uneasily, draped in his skins, sat down for a moment near me growling his usual tale. "'Make an entrada a hole. If make a hole, bueno. If not make a hole, them vamos we must go away. "After sunset I observed with surprise the Indians making preparations as if for another assault. Their lines stood ranged in the shadows mountains.

I have farther to avow, in justification of my not sending to accompany the Hollander in his entrada, or any other but a new French Ambassador, that having been myself accompanied from none of them who show themselves now so zealous to perform that function to others, I have no reason to perform it towards them, until I shall have received the King my master's particular direction therein, after knowledge of what hath passed.

"Tell me, gallant gentlemen," said he, "are you admitted to the Mala Entrada, or not?" Mala Entrada, the evil way. "We do not understand your meaning, noble Sir," replied Rincon. "How! not entered, brave Murcians?" replied the other. "We are neither of Murcia nor of Thebes," replied Cortado. "If you have anything else to say to us, speak; if not, go your ways, and God be with you."

Then, leaning heavily on his elbow, he gazed off, frowning, over the rail of the yacht's forward deck. The waters that lap the quays and wharves of Old Cadiz, green as jade and quiet as farm-yard pools, were darkening into inkiness toward shore. White walls that had been like ivory were turning into ashy gray behind the Bateria San Carlos and the pillars of the Entrada.

Besides paying for the seats, there is always a separate charge each night made for the entrada in the Teatro Real it is a peseta and a half, in the others one peseta. By this arrangement anyone can enter the theatre by paying the entrada, and take chance of finding friends there, frequently spending an hour or so going from one box to another.

He was silent for a while, then added reflectively, "That was the first Sunday after I brought down the white-whiskered English rico all the way down the mountains from the Paramo on the top of the Entrada Pass and in the coach, too!

"Peneleo, wandering about uneasily, draped in his skins, sat down for a moment near me growling his usual tale. "'Make an entrada a hole. If make a hole, bueno. If not make a hole, then vamos we must go away. "After sunset I observed with surprise the Indians making preparations as if for another assault. Their lines stood ranged in the shadows of the mountains.

There were tears in her eyes, also, as she remembered what generosity in him must be frozen up, and what glory of her own. But she did not falter in what she had to do, while he, too exalted to be pitied, began to sing a Southern song Al' entrada del tems clair, eya!