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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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The gallery of nature: a pictorial and descriptive tour through creation

Thomas Milner - Science - 1848 - 803 pages
...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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Graham's American Monthly Magazine of Literature, Art, and Fashion, Volume 41

History - 1852
...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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The COMPLETE WORKS of MRS HEMANS

MRS.HEMANS - 1853
...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 pervades everywhere. The natives of towns and villages shut themselves...
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Poems

Felicia Dorothea Browne Hemans, Henry Theodore Tuckerman - Poetry - 1855 - 347 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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Outlines of physical geography

George William Fitch - Physical geography - 1856 - 225 pages
...recourse had to large drafts 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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A Family-text Book for the Country: Or, The Farmer at Home: Being a ...

John Lauris Blake - Agriculture - 1857 - 475 pages
...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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Outlines of Physical Geography

George William Fitch, Alphonso J. Robinson - Physical geography - 1859 - 225 pages
...recourse had to large drafts of waiing ean restore perspiration. In vain is coolness sought for ; all n which it is usual to find it deceive the hand that touches them. , iron, water, notwithstanding the sun no longer appears, are hot. •eets are deserted, and the dead...
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The gallery of nature: a tour through creation

Thomas Milner - History - 1860
...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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Outlines of Physical Geography

George William Fitch - 1864
...large drafts of water ; nothing ean restore perspiration. In vain is coolness sought for ; all bodics 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 silenee...
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Outlines of Physical Geography

George William Fitch, Alphonso J. Robinson, Charles Carroll Morgan - Physical geography - 1867 - 112 pages
...recourse had to large drafts 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. Tho streets are deserted, and the dead silence...
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