Notes of a Journey from Cornhill to Grand Cairo: By the Way of Lisbon, Athens, Constantinople, and Jeruslaem: Performed in the Steamers of the Peninsular and Oriental Company (Google eBook)

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Chapman and Hall, 1846 - Middle East - 221 pages
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Page 84 - THE WHITE SQUALL. ON deck, beneath the awning, I dozing lay and yawning ; It was the gray of dawning, Ere yet the sun arose ; And above the funnel's roaring, And the fitful wind's deploring, I heard the cabin snoring With universal nose. I could hear the passengers snorting, I envied their disporting, Vainly I was courting The pleasure of a doze.
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