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" Munchausen should never be said to accept from so gallant a warrior : on which Tippoo instantly discharged his carbine, the ball from which hitting my horse's ear, made him plunge with rage and indignation. In return, I discharged my pistol at Tippoo,... "
The Adventures of Baron Munchausen - Page 241
1902 - 250 pages
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Surprising adventures of ... baron Munchausen [by R.E. Raspe and others. An ...

Rudolf Erich Raspe, Karl Friedrich H. Münchhausen (freiherr von.) - 1809
...return, I discharged my pistol at Tippoo, and shot off his turban. The Baron receives some Wounds. He had a small field-piece mounted with him on his...the head, until I at length dismounted him. Nothing cpuld equal the rage of the barbarian, finding himself thrown from his elephant. He rose in a fit of...
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The travels and surprising adventures of baron Munchausen [by R.E. Raspe and ...

Rudolf Erich Raspe, Karl Friedrich H. Münchhausen (freiherr von.) - 1859
...warrior : on which Tippoo instantly discharged his carbine, the ball from which hitting my horse's ear, made him plunge with rage and indignation. In...length dismounted him. Nothing could equal the rage of the barbarian finding himself thrown from his elephant. He rose in a fit of despair, and rushed...
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The travels and surprising adventures of baron Munchausen [by R.E. Raspe and ...

Rudolf Erich Raspe, Karl Friedrich H. Münchhausen (freiherr von.) - 1859
...field-piece mounted with him on his elephant, which he then discharged at me, and the grape-shot coining in a shower, rattled in the laurels that covered and shaded me all over, and remained pendent like berries on the branches. I then advancing, took the proboscis of his elephant, and turning...
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The Travels and Surprising Adventures of Baron Munchausen

German wit and humor - 1865 - 251 pages
...warrior : on which Tippoo instantly discharged his carbine, the ball from which hitting my horse's ear, made him plunge with rage and indignation. In...length dismounted him. Nothing could equal the rage of the barbarian on finding himself thrown from his elephant. He rose in a fit of despair, and rushed...
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The Travels and Surprising Adventures of Baron Munchausen

1877 - 268 pages
...hitting my horse's ear, made him plunge with rage and indignation. In return I discharged my pistol S at Tippoo, and shot off his turban. He had a small...length dismounted him. Nothing could equal the rage of the barbarian finding himself thrown from his elephant. He rose in a fit of despair,. and rushed...
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The Travels and Surprising Adventures of Baron Munchausen

1879 - 283 pages
...warrior : on which Tippoo instantly discharged his carbine, the ball from which, hitting my horse's ear, made him plunge with rage and indignation. In...of it on either side of the head, until I at length 18 dismounted him. Nothing could equal the rage of the barbarian finding himself thrown from his elephant....
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Travels Into Several Remote Nations of the World: In Four Parts

Jonathan Swift, William Cooke Taylor - Gulliver, Lemuel (Fictitious character) - 1884 - 466 pages
...field-piece mounted with him on his elephant, which he then discharged at me, and the grape-shot coining in a shower, rattled in the laurels that covered and...length dismounted him. Nothing could equal the rage of the barbarian finding himself thrown from his elephant. He rose in a fit of despair, and rushed...
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TRAVELS INTO SEVERAL REMOTE NATIONS OF THE WORLD

W. C. TAYLOR - 1890
...warrior : on which Tippoo instantly discharged his carbine, the ball from which, hitting my horse's ear, made him plunge with rage and indignation. In...extremity of it on either side of the head, until 1 at length dismounted him. Nothing could equal the rage of the barbarian finding himself thrown from...
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The Library of Wit and Humor, Prose and Poetry: Selected from the ..., Volume 2

Ainsworth Rand Spofford, Rufus Edmonds Shapley - Wit and humor - 1894
...warrior: on which Tippoo instantly discharged his carbine, the ball from which, hitting my horse's ear, made him plunge with rage and indignation. In...length dismounted him. Nothing could equal the rage of the barbarian finding himself thrown from his elephant. He rose in a fit of despair, and rushed...
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The Surprising Adventures of Baron Munchausen

Rudolf Erich Raspe - 1902 - 250 pages
...opening his mouth to give the word of command, I took aim and drove my ball precisely down his throat. Tippoo, fearing that all would be lost, that a general...length' dismounted him. Nothing could equal the rage of the barbarian finding himself thrown from his elephant. He rose in a fit of despair, and rushed...
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