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" For hours he suffered dumbly, without a moment's respite or a moment's murmuring. His limbs grew cold, his face damp, his lips white, and again and again he tore the covering off his breast, as if the lightest weight added to his agony ; yet, through... "
incidents of the war humorous pathetic and descriptive - Page 94
by alf burnett - 1863
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On Picket Duty and Other Tales: Easyread Super Large 18pt Edition

Louisa May Alcott - Fiction - 2009 - 172 pages
...imploring look, as if he asked, "How long must I endure this, and be still?" For hours he suffered dumbly, without a moment's respite, or a moment's murmuring; his limbs grew cold, his face damp, his lips 158 white, and, again and again, he tore the covering off his breast, as if the lightest weight added...
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