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" ... others, more maliciously inclined, attributed it to the fumes of brandy. Even this burning beacon had been quenched, and had assumed 'a livid ashy hue, still deeper, if possible, than that of his lips. Captain Ward, thinking that the danger must be... "
A History of the Early Settlement of Highland County, Ohio - Page 18
by Daniel Scott - 1890 - 192 pages
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Incidents of Border Life: Illustrative of the Times and Condition of the ...

Indian captivities - 1841 - 511 pages
...Captain Ward thinking that the danger must be appalling, which could damp the ardor of a man like , became grievously frightened himself, and the contagion...impression that the darkness of the night, and the surprize of the enemy, might gi?e them an advantage, which they could scarcely hope for in daylight....
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Sketches of Western Adventure: Containing an Account of the Most Interesting ...

John Alexander McClung - Indian captivities - 1852 - 315 pages
...frightened himself, and the contagion seemed spreading rapidly, when Kenton and Calvin rejoined them,and speaking in a cheerful, confident tone, completely...could scarcely hope for in daylight. Accordingly, every thing remaining quiet at dusk, they again mounted and advanced rapidly, but in profound silence,...
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Sketches of Western Adventure: Containing an Account of the Most Interesting ...

John Alexander McClung, Henry Waller - Authors, American - 1872 - 398 pages
...valor, while others, more maliciously inclined, attributed it to the fumes of brandy. Even this burning beacon had been quenched, and had assumed 'a livid...could scarcely hope for in daylight. Accordingly, every thing remaining quiet, at dusk they again mounted, and advanced rapidly, but in profound silence,...
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The County of Highland: A History of Highland County, Ohio, from ..., Volume 2

J. W. Klise, A. E. Hough - Highland County (Ohio) - 1902 - 535 pages
...to themselves. Finding themselves not pursued by the enemy, as they expected, it was determined to remain in their present position until night, when...surprise of the enemy might, give them an advantage they could not hope for in daylight. Accordingly, everything remaining quiet at dusk, they again mounted...
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