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" Nubian boatmen, who formed a circle about us, crouching in various postures, and wrapped in their striped blue and crimson mantles. The servants stood leaning against the masts, listening with deep attention ; not a sound interrupted the reader's voice... "
Ragged Life in Egypt - Page 41
by Mary Louisa Whately - 1863 - 208 pages
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The Land of the Pharaohs: Egypt and Sinai Illustrated by Pen and Pencil

Samuel Manning - Egypt - 1875 - 223 pages
...our cloaks, we sat on the deck beside our friend, who was seated on a box ; one of us held a fanons, or native lamp, which threw its bright light on the...Good !' ' Praise God !' ' That is wonderful !' ' Ha !' (with an expressive tone impossible to write, though easy to conceive). The look...
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The Ragged School Union Magazine

Children with social disabilities
...but the low ripple of the current, as the water plashed against the sides of the boat. It was a icene one would never forget that first opening of God's...of ' Good ! ' ' Praise God ! ' ' That is wonderful ! ' ' Ha ! ' (with an impressive tone impossible to convey, though easy to conceive). The look of intelligence...
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The Lands of scripture: comprising Those holy fields; The land of the ...

Samuel Manning, Samuel Gosnell Green - 1879
...our cloaks, we sat on the deck beside our friend, who was seated on a box ; one of us held a fanous, or native lamp, which threw its bright light on the...'Good!' 'Praise God!' 'That is wonderful!'- ' Ha ! ' (with an expressive tone impossible to write, though easy to conceive). The look of...
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Noble Women of Our Time

Joseph Johnson - Women - 1882 - 406 pages
...lady could do so, they said it was good, and they would listen. They had then read to them the story of the sheep lost in the wilderness, and the piece of silver lost in the house ; then followed the story of the prodigal son, which excited frequent exclamations of " Good ! " "...
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