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Field Sports of the North of Europe: Comprised in a Personal Narrative of a ... - Page 116
by Llewelyn Lloyd - 1831 - 430 pages
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The Edinburgh Review,or Critical Journal for Nov.1811.....Feb.,1812 VOL.XIX

The Edinburgh Review,or Critical Journal for Nov.1811.....Feb.,1812 VOL.XIX - 1811
...not whither to turn our steps. The smoke would not suffer us to remain where we were ; nor durst we turn back. It seemed best to hasten forward, in hopes...threatened us every minute. Sometimes the fall of a huge trunk was so sudden, that we stood aghast, not knowing whither to turn to escape destruction ;...
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 19

Sydney Smith, Lord Francis Jeffrey Jeffrey, Macvey Napier, William Empson, Sir George Cornewall Lewis, Henry Reeve, Arthur Ralph Douglas Elliot (Hon.), Harold Cox - 1811
...not whither to turn our steps. The smoke would not suffer us to remain where we were ; nor durst we turn back. It seemed best to hasten forward, in hopes...threatened us every minute. Sometimes the fall of a huge trunk was so sudden, that we stood aghast, not knowing whither to turn to escape destruction ;...
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Lachesis Lapponica: Or a Tour in Lapland, Now First Published from ..., Volume 2

Carl von Linné - Natural history - 1811
...remain where we were, nor durst we turn back. It seemed best to hasten forward, in hopes of VOL. II. I speedily reaching the outskirts of the wood; but in...threatened us every minute. Sometimes the fall of a huge trunk was so sudden, that we stood aghast, not knowing whither to turn to escape destruction,...
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Select Reviews of Literature, and Spirit of Foreign Magazines, Volume 8

Enos Bronson - Literature, Modern - 1812
...not whither to turn our steps. The smoke would not suffer us to remain where we were ; nor durst we turn back. It seemed best to hasten forward, in hopes...threatened us every minute. Sometimes the fall of a huge trunk was so sudden, that we stood aghast, not knowing whither to turn to escape destruction ;...
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Travels in Sweden, Denmark, and Norway

Sweden - 1826 - 179 pages
...we were, and we -were afraid to turn back. It seemed best to hasten forwards, in the hopes of soon reaching the outskirts of the wood, but in this we...threatened us every minute. Sometimes the fall of a large truck was so sudden, that we stood aghast, not knowing which way to turn for escape, and throwing ourselves...
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The gallery of portraits: with memoirs ...

Arthur Thomas Malkin, Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (Great Britain) - Biography - 1834
...not whither to turn our steps. The smoke would not suffer us to remain where we stood, nor durst we turn back. It seemed best to hasten forward, in hopes...threatened us every minute. Sometimes the fall of a huge trunk was so sudden that we stood aghast, not knowing whither to turn to escape destruction, and...
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The life of Linnĉus. To which is added a short account of the botanical ...

Daniel C. Carr - 1837
...not whither to turn our steps. The smoke would not suffer us to remain where we stood, nor durst we turn back. It seemed best to hasten forward, in hopes...threatened us every minute. Sometimes the fall of a huge trunk was so sudden, that we stood aghast, not knowing whither to turn to escape destruction,...
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Distinguished Men of Modern Times: Lord Somers to Hunter

Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (Great Britain) - Biography - 1838
...not whither to turnour steps. The smoke would not suffer us to remain where we stood, nor durst we turn back. It seemed best to hasten forward, in hopes...threatened us every minute. Sometimes the fall of a huge trunk was so sudden that we stood aghast, not knowing whither to turn to escape destruction, and...
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Distinguished men of modern times, Volume 3

Henry Malden - 1838
...not whither to turn our steps. The smoke would not suffer us to remain where we stood, nor durst we turn back. It seemed best to hasten forward, in hopes...threatened us every minute. Sometimes the fall of a huge trunk was so sudden that we stood aghast, not knowing whither to turn to escape destruction, and...
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Linnĉus and Jussieu, or, The rise and progress of systematic botany [by D.C ...

Daniel C. Carr - 1844
...our steps. The smoke would not suffer us to remain where we were, nor durst we turn back. It'seemed best to hasten forward, in hopes of speedily reaching...threatened us every minute. Sometimes the fall of a huge trunk was so sudden, that we stood aghast, not knowing whither to turn to escape destruction,...
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