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" ... stones, and trees were collected on the mountain, and so placed, that all could at once be launched upon the road beneath. Everything was done to lull the Scotch into security, and with perfect success. When they arrived beneath the awful avalanche... "
A Family Flight Through France, Germany, Norway and Switzerland - Page 272
by Edward Everett Hale, Susan Hale - 1882 - 404 pages
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Handbook for northern Europe, Part 1

John Murray (publishers.) - 1848
...When they arrived beneath the awful avalanche prepared for them, all was sent adrift from above, and the majority of the Scotch were crushed to death, or swept into the river and drowned ; the peasants then rushed down upon the wounded and stragglers, and despatched them. Of the whole force...
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The knapsack guide to Norway. [3 eds.].

1869
...When they arrived beneath the awful avalanche prepared for them, all was sent adrift from above, and the majority of the Scotch were crushed to death, or swept into the river and drowned ; the peasants then rushed down upon the wounded and stragglers and despatched them. Of the whole force only...
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To the Arctic Regions and Back in Six Weeks: Being a Summer Tour to Lapland ...

Alexander W. M. Clark Kennedy - Lapland - 1878 - 446 pages
...When they arrived beneath the awful avalanche prepared for them, all was sent adrift from above, and the majority of the Scotch were crushed to death, or swept into the river and drowned ; the peasants then rushed down upon the wounded and stragglers and despatched them. Of the whole force only...
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Handbook for Travellers in Norway

Bennett, Thomas & sons - 1896 - 245 pages
...When they arrived beneath tho awful avalanche prepared for them, all was sent adrift from above, and the majority of the Scotch were crushed to death, or swept into the river and drowned; the peasants then rushed down upon the wounded and stragglers, and despatched them. Of the whole force...
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