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" Considering that the row of young persons have among them all only seven right hands, with but very little fingers at the end of each, it is really astonishing how, with such slender assistance, they can in the short space of a few minutes manage to extend... "
Rambles on railways... - Page 230
by Sir Cusack Patrick Roney - 1868 - 499 pages
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Descriptive essays, Volume 2

Sir Francis Bond Head - 1857
...behind bright silver urns, silver coffee-pots, silver tea-pots, cups, saucers, cakes, sugar, milk, with other delicacies over which they preside, the confused...persons have among them all only seven right hands, with a thumb and four very little fingers at the end of each, it is really astonishing how, with such slender...
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Our Iron Roads: Their History, Construction and Administration

Frederick Smeeton Williams - Railroads - 1883 - 514 pages
...coffee-pots, silver teapots, piles of sandwiches, heaps of buns and pies and cakes ; and who, though they had only seven right hands, with but very little fingers at the end of each, managed, with such slender assistance, in the short space of a few minutes, to extend those hands and...
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Our iron roads: their history, construction, and social influences

Frederick Smeeton Williams - 1884
...coffee-pots, silver teapots, piles of sandwiches, heaps of buns and pies and cakes ; and who, though they had only seven right hands, with but very little fingers at the end of each, managed, with such slender assistance, in the short space of a few minutes, to extend those hands and...
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