Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Mexican” in chapter 1 of William Hepworth Dixon, White Conquest: Volume 1:
...ers of the past will seek for them in vain. The stone pile may stand a few years longer than the earthen fence. San Carlos is a church of poor materials, put together in the crude though showy Mexican style. No beauty feeds the eye. No magic clothes a gateway; no enchantment lurks in shaft and skyline; yet a sacred edifice is always solemn, and a broken arch affects our feelings like the epitaph...
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