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" These spaces too were generally choked with light snow, hiding the openings between the ice-.fragments. They were fearful traps to disengage a limb from, for every man knew that a fracture or a sprain even would cost him his life. Besides all this, the... "
The Far North: Explorations in the Arctic Regions - Page 70
by Elisha Kent Kane - 1865 - 228 pages
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The American Library of Art, Literature and Song, Volume 5

Literature - 1886
...Notwithstanding our caution in rejecting every superfluous burden, the weight, including bags and tents, was eleven hundred pounds. And yet our march for the...sustained the trial admirably. Ohlsen, restored by hopo, walked steadily at the leading-belt of the sledge-lines, and I began to feel certain of reaching...
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A library of American literature...

Stedman, Edmund C. and Hutchinson Ellen M. - 1889
...of our track lay among a succession of hummocks, some of them extending in long lines, fifteen and twenty feet high, and so uniformly steep that we had...admirably. Ohlsen, restored by hope, walked steadily at the leading-belt of the sledge-lines; and I began to feel certain of reaching our halfway station of the...
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The Magazine of American History with Notes and Queries, Volume 22

John Austin Stevens, Benjamin Franklin DeCosta, Henry Phelps Johnston, Martha Joanna Lamb, Nathan Gillett Pond - United States - 1889
...last, however, all hands stood round, and. after repeating a short prayer, we set out on our retreat. Our march for the first six hours was very cheering....by hope, walked steadily at the leading belt of the sledge-lines ; and I began to feel certain of reaching our half-way station of the day before, where...
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The Classic and the Beautiful from the Literature of Three ..., Volume 1

Henry Coppée - Literature - 1893
...Notwithstanding our caution in rejecting every superfluous burden, the weight, including bags and tents, was eleven hundred pounds. And yet our march for the...admirably. Ohlsen, restored by hope, walked steadily at the leading-belt of the sledge-lines, and I began to feel certain of reaching our halfway station of the...
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The New Fifth Reader

Richard Gilmour - Readers - 1894 - 386 pages
...rejecting every superfluous burden, the weight, including bags and tent, was eleven hundred pounds. 7. And yet our march for the first six hours was very...by hope, walked steadily at the leading belt of the sledge-lines ; and I began to feel certain of reaching our half-way station of the day before, where...
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The Classic and the Beautiful from the Literature of Three Thousand ..., Part 1

Henry Coppée - Literature - 1900
...superfluous burden, the weight, including bags and tents, was eleven hundred pounds. And yet our inarch for the first six hours was very cheering. We made...admirably. Ohlsen, restored by hope, walked steadily at the leading-belt of the sledge-lines, and I began to feel certain of reaching our halfway station of the...
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Language Reader, Volume 6

Franklin Thomas Baker, George Rice Carpenter, Katherine Bowditch Owens, Mary Elizabeth Brooks, Ida Elizabeth Robbins, Mary Frederika Kirchwey, Jennie Freeborn Owens - Readers and speakers - 1906
...Write five sentences, using the same adjectives as parts of the predicate. 85 THE RESCUE (Concluded) OUR march for the first six hours was very cheering....Our sledge sustained the trial admirably. Ohlsen, 5 restored by hope, walked steadily at the leading belt of the sledge lines ; and I began to feel certain...
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MAGAZINE OF AMERICAN HISTORY WITH NOTES AND QUERIES

MARTHA J. LAMB - 1889
...last, however, all hands stood round, and, after repeating a short prayer, we set out on our retreat. Our march for the first six hours was very cheering....by hope, walked steadily at the leading belt of the sledge-lines ; and I began to feel certain of reaching our half-way station of the day before, where...
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