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" In vain is coolness sought for ; all bodies in which it is usual to find it deceive the hand that touches them. Marble, iron, water, notwithstanding the sun no longer appears, are hot. "
Letters Written During a Ten Years' Residence at the Court of Tripoli ... - Page 93
by Miss Tully - 1819
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American Edition of the British Encyclopedia: Or, Dictionary of ..., Volume 7

William Nicholson - Science - 1821
...recourse had to large draughts of water; nothing can restore perspiration. In vain is coolness sought for; all bodies, in which it is usual to find it, deceive the hand that touches them. Marble, iron, water, notwithstanding the sun no longer appears, are hot The streets are deserted, and the dead silence of...
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The Poetical Works of Robert Southey, Esq. ...: Thalaba

Robert Southey - 1821
...had to large draughts of water ; nothing can restore perspiration. In vain is coolness sought for ; all bodies in which it is usual to find it, deceive the hand that touches them. Marble, iron, water, notwithstanding the sun no longer appears, are hot. The streets are deserted, and the dead silence...
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British Encyclopedia: Or, Dictionary of Arts and Sciences ..., Volume 7

William Nicholson - Science - 1821
...had to large draughts of water; nothing can restore perspiration. In vain is coolness sought for ; all bodies, in which it is usual to find it, deceive the hand that touches them. Marble, iron, waler, notwithstanding the sun no longer appears, are hot. The streets are deserted, and the dead silence...
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A new translation and exposition of the very ancient book of Job; with notes ...

Job (the patriarch) - 1827
...feverish heat which is the invariable effect of suppressed respiration." " In vain is coldness sought for; all bodies, in which it is usual to find it, deceive the hand that touches them; marble, iron, water, notwithstanding the sun no longer appears, are hot. These winds blow in a southerly direction." " The...
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Poems: a new edition, Volume 2

Felicia Dorothea Browne Hemans, Andrews Norton - 1828
...contracted and painful, and the body consumed with internal heat. In vain is coolness sought for ; marble, iron, water, though the sun no longer appears, are hot : the streets arc deserted, and a dead silence appears every where. The natives of towns and villages shut themselves...
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The Modern Traveller: A Description, Geographical, Historical, and ..., Volume 9

Josiah Conder - Voyages and travels - 1831
...recourse had to large draughts of water; nothing can restore perspiration. In vain is coolness sought for; all bodies in which it is usual to find it, deceive the hand that touches them. Marble, iron, water, notwithstanding the sun no longer appears, are hot. The streets are deserted, and the dead silence...
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Researches to establish the truth of the Linnĉan doctrine of animate contagions

Adam Neale - 1831
...is short and difficult, the skin parched and dry, and the body consumed by an internal heat. In vain is recourse had to large draughts of water; nothing...the dead silence of the night universally prevails. Tullyatp.221, writes thus—Tripoli, June 1, 1790, " We have had for some days a dreadful heat in the...
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The Poetical Works of Hemans, Heber and Pollok: Complete in One Volume

Reginald Heber - English poetry - 1831 - 470 pages
...are contracted and painful, and the body consumed with internal heat. In vain is coolness sought for; marble, iron, water, though the sun no longer appears, are hot : the streets are deserted, and a dead silence appears every where. The natives of towns and villages shut themselves...
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The poetical works of Hemans, Heber, and Pollok

Reginald Heber, Robert Pollok - 1833 - 470 pages
...are contracted and painful, and the body consumed with internal heat. In vain is cocineas sought for; marble, iron, water, though the sun no longer appears, are hot : the streets are deserted, and a dead silence appears every where. The natives of towns and villages shut themselves...
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The Poetical Works of Mrs. Felicia Hemans: Complete in One Volume

Felicia Dorothea Browne Hemans - 1836 - 444 pages
...are contracted and painful, and the body consumed with internal heat. In vain is coolness sought for; marble, iron, water, though the sun no longer appears, are hot : the streets are deserted, and a dead silence appears every where. The natives of towns and villages shut themselves...
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