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" I still cheered the dog that, dastard-like, fled before the infuriated animal, which, seemingly despising such an enemy, again threw himself upon me. Again did I succeed in throwing my arms around his antlers, but not until he had inflicted several deep... "
A History of Muhlenberg County - Page 452
by Otto Arthur Rothert - 1913 - 496 pages
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The Knickerbocker: Or, New-York Monthly Magazine, Volume 13

Charles Fenno Hoffman, Lewis Gaylord Clark, Kinahan Cornwallis, Washington Irving, John Holmes Agnew, Timothy Flint - Periodicals - 1839
...heart, as I saw the hound emerge from the ravine, and spring forward, with short quick bark, as his eye rested on his game. I released my hold of the stag,...dangerous wounds upon my head and face, cutting to the veiy bone. Blinded by the flowing blood, exhausted and despairing, I cursed the coward dog, who stood...
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Chambers's Pocket Miscellany, Volume 1

William Chambers, Robert Chambers - History - 1852
...unable to rise, I still cheered the dog that, dastard-like, fled before the infuriated animal, which, seemingly despising such an enemy, again threw himself...exhausted and despairing, I cursed the coward dog, which stood near, baying furiously, yet refusing to seize his game. O how I prayed for Bravo ! The...
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Chambers's pocket miscellany

Chambers W. and R., ltd - 1852
...unable to rise, I still cheered the dog that, dastard-like, fled before the infuriated animal, which, seemingly despising such an enemy, again threw himself...exhausted and despairing, I cursed the coward dog, which stood near, baying furiously, yet refusing to seize his game. O how I prayed for Bravo ! The...
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Chambers' Home Book, Or Pocket Miscellany: Containing a Choice Selection of ...

William Chambers - 1853
...unable to rise, I still cheered the dog, that, dastard-like, fled before the infuriated animal, which, seemingly despising such an enemy, again threw himself...wounds upon my head and face, cutting to the very bone. ' I fell back, completely exhausted. Blinded with blood, I only knew that a terrific struggle was going...
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Adventures of hunters and travellers, and narratives of border warfare

Travel - 1858 - 308 pages
...unable to rise, I still cheered the dog that, dastard like, fled before the infuriated animal, which, seemingly despising such an enemy, again threw himself...succeed in throwing my arms around his antlers, but hut not until he had inflicted several dangerous wounds upon my head and face, cutting to the very...
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Thrilling Adventures Among the Early Settlers: Embracing Desperate ...

Warren Wildwood - Frontier and pioneer life - 1861 - 384 pages
...unable to rise, I still cheered the dog, that, dastard like, fled before the infuriated animal, which, seemingly despising such an enemy, again threw himself...his antlers, but not until he had inflicted several dangerous wounds upon my head and face, cutting to the very bone. " Blinded by the flowing blood, exhausted...
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Chambers's narrative series of standard reading books, Book 5

Chambers W. and R., ltd - 1863
...unable to rise, I still cheered the dog, that, dastard-like, fled before the infuriated animal, which, seemingly despising such an enemy, again threw himself...cutting to the very bone. 'Blinded by the flowing Hood, exhausted and despairing, I cursed the coward dog, which stood near, baying furiously, yet refusing...
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Independent First[-sixth] Reader, Volume 2

James Madison Watson - Readers - 1868
...unable to rise, I still cheered the dog, that, dastard '-like, fled before the infuriated animal, which, seemingly despising such an enemy, again threw himself...' upon my head and face, cutting to the very bone. 8. " Blinded by the flowing blood, exhausted and despairing, I cursed the coward dog, which stood near,...
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GOLDEN SHEAVES

H.A. CLEVELAND - 1869
...short, quick bark, as his eye rested on his game. I released my hold of the stag, who turned upon the new enemy. Exhausted, and unable to rise, I still...by the flowing blood, exhausted .and despairing, I urged the coward dog, who stood baying furiously, yet refusing to seize his game. Oh ! how I prayed...
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Independent Fifth Reader: Containing a Simple, Practical, and Complete ...

James Madison Watson - Readers (Elementary) - 1876 - 336 pages
...unable to rise, I still cheered the dog, that, dastard '-like, fled before the infuriated animal, which, seemingly despising such an enemy, again threw himself...' upon my head and face, cutting to the very bone. 8. " Blinded by the flowing blood, exhausted and despairing, I cursed the coward dog, which stood near,...
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