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" Struck with so amazing a phenomenon as this, there remained hardly any life in him ; so that he sunk down in the arm-chair in which he sat, and continued, he knew not... "
Waverley - Page 468
by Sir Walter Scott - 1885
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The Life of Col. James Gardiner, with Extracts from His Funeral Sermon

1864 - 149 pages
...though, to the best of my remembrance, he rather judged it to be the former. Struck with so amazing a phenomenon as this, there remained hardly any life...armchair in which he sat, and continued, he knew not exactly how long, insensible ; which was one circumstance that made me several times take the liberty...
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The works of... P. Doddridge [ed. by E. Williams and E. Parsons. Preceded by ...

Philip Doddridge, Job Orton - 1803
...though, to the best of my remembrance, he rather judged it to be the former. Struck with so amazing a phenomenon as this, there remained hardly any life...arm-chair in which he sat, and continued, he knew not very exactly how long, insensible: (which was one circumstance that made me several times take the...
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Some remarkable passages in the life of ... col. James Gardiner. With an ...

Philip Doddridge, James Gardiner - 1817
...looked upon this as a vision, whether it were before the eyes or in the mind, and not as a dream. menon as this, there remained hardly any life in him, so that he sunk down in the arm- chair, in which he sat, and continued, he knew not exactly how long, insensible ; (which was oi\e...
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A search of truth in the science of the human mind, Volume 1

Frederick Beasley - Psychology - 1822
...though to the best of my remembrance, he rather judged it to be the former. Struck with so amazing a phenomenon as this, there remained hardly any life...arm-chair in which he sat, and continued, he knew not exactly how long, insensible; which was one circumstance that made me several times take the liberty...
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Gesta Romanorum: Or, Entertaining Moral Stories ... Translated ..., Volume 2

Wynnard Hooper - 1824
...though, to the best of my remembrance, he rather judged it to be the former. Struck with so amazing a phenomenon as this, there remained hardly any life...arm-chair in which he sat, and continued, he knew not exactly how long, insensible, (which was one circumstance that made me several times take the liberty...
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Gesta Romanorum, or, Entertaining moral stories tr. with ..., Volume 2

Romani, Charles Swan - 1824
...though, to the best of my remembrance, he rather judged it to be the former. Struck with so amazing a phenomenon as this, there remained hardly any life...arm-chair in which he sat, and continued, he knew not exactly how long, insensible, (which was one circumstance that made me several times take the liberty...
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Gesta Romanorum, Or, Entertaining Moral Stories: Invented by the ..., Volume 2

Latin prose literature, Medieval and modern - 1824
...though, to the best of my remembrance, he rather judged it to be the former. Struck with so amazing a phenomenon as this, there remained hardly any life...arm-chair in which he sat, and continued, he knew not exactly how long, insensible, (which was one circumstance that made me several times take the liberty...
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The British Critic: A New Review, Volume 22

Theology - 1824
...words) ' O sinner, did I suffer this for thee, and are these thy returns !' Struck with so amazing a phenomenon as this, there remained hardly any life in him ; so that he sunk down in the arm chair in which he sat, and continued he knew not how long, insensible." With regard to this vision...
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Gesta Romanorum, Or, Entertaining Moral Stories: Invented by the ..., Volume 2

Latin prose literature, Medieval and modern - 1824
...though, to the best of my remembrance, he rather judged it to be the former. Struck with so amazing a phenomenon as this, there remained hardly any life in him ; so that lie sunk down in the arm-chair in which he sat, and continued, he knew not exactly how long, insensible,...
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Gesta Romanorum, Volume 2

Hermann Oesterley - 1824
...though, to the best of my remembrance, he rather judged it to be the former. Struck with so amazing a phenomenon as this, there remained hardly any life in him ; so that lie sunk down in the arm-chair in which he sat, and continued, he knew not exactly how long, .insensible,...
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