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" He now addressed himself to me; and asked me if I wished the boy to see any person who was absent or dead. I named Lord Nelson ; of whom the boy had evidently never heard ; for it was with much difficulty that he pronounced the name, after several trials.... "
The Englishwoman in Egypt: Letters from Cairo - Page 191
by Sophia Lane Poole - 1844
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An account of the manners and customs of the modern Egyptians, Volume 1

Edward William Lane - 1836 - 419 pages
...three occasions, when I heard him say, " If they demand information, inform them; and be ye veracious." He now addressed himself to me ; and asked me if I...trials. The magician desired the boy to say to the Soolta'n — " My master salutes thee, and desires thee to bring Lord Nelson: bring him before my eyes,...
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The Parterre of fiction, poetry, history [&c.].

1836
...would see certain objects. After some figures had appeared in which collusion was possible, — " He addressed himself to me, and asked me if I wished...trials. The magician desired the boy to say to the Sooltan — ' My master salutes thee, and desires thee to bring Lord Nelson : bring him before my eyes,...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 59

George Walter Prothero - 1837
...collusion could have taken place, and we are perfectly satisfied there was none. To proceed : — ' He now addressed himself to me ; and asked me if I...trials. The magician desired the boy to say to the Soolta'n — " My master salutes thee, and desires thee to bring Lord Nelson : bring him before my...
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THE MECHANICS' MAGAZINE

Various - 1837
...wished the boy to see any person who was absent or dead. I named Lord Nelson ; of whom the boy bad evidently never heard, for it was with much difficulty...trials. The magician desired the boy to say to the Sooltan — ' My Duster salutes liter, and desires thee to bring (.•ml Niison : bring him before...
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Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel ..., Volume 26

Sholto Percy - Industrial arts - 1837
...any person who was absent or dead. I named Lord Nelson ; of whom the boy had evidently never beard, for it was with much difficulty that he pronounced...several trials. The magician desired the boy to say to tbe Sooltan — ' My master salutes thee, and desires thee to bring Lord Nelson : bring him before...
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Ward's miscellany (and family magazine).

1837
...person who was absent or dead. I named Lord Nelson, of whom the boy had evidently never heard, for il was with much difficulty that he pronounced the name,...trials. The magician desired the boy to say to the Sooltan — ' My master salutes thee, and desires thee to bring Lord Nelson ; bring him before my eyes,...
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Sketches of Imposture: Deception and Credulity

Richard Alfred Davenport - Common fallacies - 1837 - 368 pages
...dead. I named Lord Nelson, of whom the boy had evidently never heard ; for it was with much difficulty he pronounced the name, after several trials. The magician desired the boy to say to the Sooltan, ' My master salutes thee, and desires thee to bring Lord Nelson : bring him before my eyes,...
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The Inquirer

Religion
...occasions, when I heard him say, ' If they demand information inform them ; and be ye veracious.' " He now addressed himself to me ; and asked me if I...trials. The magician desired the boy to say to the Soolta'n — ' My master salutes thee, and desires thee to bring Lord Nelson : bring him before my...
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The Dublin University Magazine, Volume 12

History - 1838
...Nelson, of whom the boy had evidently never heard ; for it was with much difficultythat he pronouncedthe name after several trials. The magician desired the boy to say to the Soolta'n — ' Mymaster salutes thee, and desires thee to bring Lord Nelson : bring him before my eyes,...
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The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal

History - 1838
...the boy had evidently never heard ; for it wsi tritk much .liiliculty that he pronounced tilt nam« after several trials. The magician desired the boy to say to the Soolta'n — < My nutter salutes thee, and desires thee to bring Lord Nelson : bring him before my...
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