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" I heard the flies buzz and the water-ripples break against the shallow of the beach. I walked through the solitary streets. The town lay as in a dream, under some deadening spell of loneliness, from which I almost feared to wake it. For plainly it had... "
A history of travel in America - Page 1253
by Seymour Dunbar - 1915
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Southern Literary Messenger, Volume 17

Religion - 1851
...loneliness, from which I almost feared to wake it. For plainly it had not slept long. There was nograss growing up in the paved ways. Rains had not entirely...went about unchecked. I went into empty workshops, ropewalke and smithies. The spinner's wheel was idle; the carpenter had sleeping too in the hazy air...
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The Mormons: or Latter-day saints. With memoirs of the life and death of ...

Charles Mackay - 1851
...loneliness, from which I almost feared to wake it; for plainly it had not slept long. There was no grass growing up in the paved ways ; rains had not entirely...work-bench and shavings, his unfinished sash and casing. Fresh bark was in the tanner's vat, and the fresh-chopped lightwood stood piled against the baker's...
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The Christian remembrancer; or, The Churchman's Biblical, ecclesiastical ...

Religion - 1852
...loneliness, from which I almost feared to wake it; for plainly it had not slept long. There was no grass growing up in the paved ways; rains had not entirely...carpenter had gone from his work-bench and shavings, his unfurnished sash and casing. Fresh bark was in the tanner's vat, and the fresh-chopped lightwood stood...
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The Christian Remembrancer, Volume 23

William Scott, Francis Garden, James Bowling Mozley - Christianity - 1852
...loneliness, from which I almost feared to wake it; for plainly it had not slept long. There was no grass growing up in the paved ways; rains had not entirely...spinner's wheel was idle ; the carpenter had gone from his work-bench.and shavings, his unfurnished sash and casing. Fresh bark was in the tanner's vat, and the...
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The Mormons: or Latter-day saints. With memoirs of the life and death of ...

Charles Mackay, Henry] [Mayhew - Mormons and Mormonism - 1856 - 308 pages
...loneliness, from which I almost feared to wake it ; for plainly it had not slept long. There was no grass growing up in the paved ways ; rains had not entirely...work-bench and shavings, his unfinished sash and casing. Fresh bark was in the tanner's vat, and the fresh-chopped lightwood stood piled against the baker's...
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A Breeze from the Great Salt Lake: Or, New Zealand to New York by the New ...

Joseph Earle Ollivant - Mormon Church - 1871 - 176 pages
...loneliness, from which I almost feared to wake it; for plainly it had not slept long. There was no grass L growing up in the paved ways; rains had not entirely...work-bench and shavings, his unfinished sash and casing. Fresh bark was in the tanner's vat, and the fresh chopped lightwood stood piled against the baker's...
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Journal of discourses. By B. Young [and others]. Reported by G.D ..., Volume 18

George D Watt - 1871
...loneliness, from which I almost feared to wake it, for plainly it had not slept Iong. There was no grass growing up in the paved ways; rains had not entirely...work-bench and shavings, his unfinished sash and casing. Fresh bark was in the tanner's vat, and thefresh-chopped lightwood stood piled against the baker's...
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The Rocky Mountain saints: a full and complete history of the Mormons, from ...

Thomas B. H. Stenhouse - Religion - 1874 - 761 pages
...loneliness, from which I almost feared to wake it ; for plainly it had not slept long. There was no grass growing up in the paved ways ; rains had not entirely...work-bench and shavings, his unfinished sash and casing. Fresh bark was in the tanner's vat, and the fresh-chopped lightwood stood piled against the baker's...
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the latter-day saints' millennial star. vlume xxxviii

a. carrington - 1876
...loneliness, from which I almost feared to wake it. Fur plainly it had not slept long. There was no graas growing up in the paved ways. Rains had not entirely...workbench and shavings, his unfinished sash and casing. Fresh bark was in the tanner's vat, and the freshchopped lightwood stood piled against the baker's...
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Life of Brigham Young: Or, Utah and Her Founders

Edward William Tullidge - Mormon Church - 1876 - 539 pages
...loneliness, from which I almost feared to " wake it ; for plainly it had not slept long. There " was no grass growing up in the paved ways ; rains " had not entirely washed away the prints of dusty " footsteps. LIFE OF BRIGHAM YOUNG J OR, " Yet I went about unchecked. I went into ' empty workshops, ropewalks...
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