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" Such dainties in such profusion I should imagine never before graced a ship's lower deck ; any stranger to have witnessed this scene could but faintly imagine that he saw a crew which had passed upwards of two years in these dreary regions, and three... "
The Nautical Magazine: A Journal of Papers on Subjects Connected with ... - Page 666
1853
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The North-west Passage: Capt

Sir Robert John Le Mesurier McClure - Northwest Passage - 1853 - 48 pages
...the snme, with ptarmigan and sea-pies. Such dainties in such profusion I should imagine never hefore graced a ship's lower deck ; any stranger to have...upwards of two years in these dreary regions, and three entirely upon their own resources, enjoying such excellent health. So joyful, so happy, indeed...
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Household Words, Volume 8

Charles Dickens - English literature - 1854
...But the grand features of the day were the enormous plum-puddings, some weighing twenty-eix pounds ; haunches of venison ; hares roasted ; and soup made of the same, with ptarmigan and sea-pies. Such dainties in such profusion I should imagine never before graced a ship's lower deck...
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The Recurring Monthly Periods and Periodic System of the Atmospheric Actions ...

William Henry Bayley Webster - Meteorology - 1857 - 286 pages
...were the enormous plum-puddings, some weighing 26 lbs., haunches of venison, roasted hares, hare soup, ptarmigan, and sea pies. Such dainties, in such profusion,...upwards of two years in these dreary regions, and enjoying such excellent health ; so joyful, so happy, indeed, such a mirthful assemblage, under any...
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ARTIC ADVENTURE BY SEA AND LAND

SIR. JOHN FRANKLIN - 1857
...but the grand features of the day were the enormous plum-puddings (some weighing twenty-six pounds), haunches of venison, hares roasted, and soup made...profusion I should imagine never before graced a ship's lower-deck ; any stranger, to have witnessed this scene, could but faintly imagine that he saw a crew...
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Arctic Explorations and Discoveries During the Nineteenth Century: Being ...

Samuel Mosheim Smucker - Arctic regions - 1857 - 517 pages
...but the grand features of the day were the enormous plum-puddings (some weighing twenty-six pounds), haunches of venison, hares roasted, and soup made...profusion I should imagine never before graced a ship's lower-deck ; any stranger, to have witnessed this scene, could but faintly imagine that he saw a crew...
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Arctic adventure by sea and land: from the earliest date to the last ...

Epes Sargent - Arctic regions - 1857 - 480 pages
...sea pies. Such dainties in such profusion I should imagine never before graced a ship's lower-deck ; any stranger, to have witnessed this scene, could...upwards of two years in these dreary regions, and three entirely upon their own resources, enjoying such excellent health so joyful, so happy : indeed,...
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The North-west Passage: And the Plans for the Search for Sir John Franklin ...

John Brown - Arctic regions - 1858 - 463 pages
...wild ; also hares and ptarmigan." The Christmas festivities passed with the greatest cheerfulness. " Haunches of venison, hares roasted, and soup made of the same, with ptarmigan and sea-pies, such dainties, in such profusion, I should imagine never before graced a ship's lower deck...
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Discovery and Adventure in the Polar Seas and Regions

Sir John Leslie, Hugh Murray - Arctic regions - 1860 - 652 pages
...but the grand features of the day were the enormous plum-puddings (some weighing twenty-six pounds), haunches of venison, hares roasted, and soup made...profusion I should imagine never before graced a ship's lowerdeck ; any stranger, to have witnessed this scene, could but faintly imagine that he saw a crew...
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Arctic Exploration... Pamphlets

Arctic regions - 1868
...subjects ; but the grand features of the day were the enormous plum-puddings, some weighing 261lts., haunches of venison, hares roasted, and soup made of the same, with ptarmigan and sea-pies. Such dainties in such profusion I should imagine never before graced a ship's lower deck...
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The great white North: the story of polar exploration from the earliest ...

Helen Saunders Wright - Arctic regions - 1910 - 489 pages
...but the grand features of the day were the enormous plum puddings (some weighing twenty-six pounds), haunches of venison, hares roasted, and soup made...ship's lower deck ; any stranger, to have witnessed the scene, could but faintly imagine that he saw a crew which had passed upwards of two years, in these...
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