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An essay on the inventions and customs of both ancients and moderns in the ... - Page 98
by Samuel Morewood - 1824
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The Private Tutor, Or, Thoughts Upon the Love of Excelling and the Love of ...

Basil Montagu - Learning and scholarship - 1820 - 173 pages
...each ft chalice, and a vial containing a black fluid. The 143 Ambassador, considering the spectacle lo be connected with some court ceremony of mourning,...the head of the apparent corpse, and after gently charing the throat, and returning the tongue, which hung from a mouth relaxed and gaping, they poured...
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A philosophical and statistical history of the inventions and customes of ...

Samuel Morewood - Alcoholism - 1838 - 745 pages
...loosely from side to side, as the bearers moved into the room. Two officers, holding rich fillagree salvers, carried each a chalice, and a vial containing...but he was soon undeceived by seeing the officers holding up the head of the apparent corpse, and, after gently chafing the throat and returning the...
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The Dublin Journal of Medical Science, Volume 14

1839
...loosely from side to side, as the bearers moved into the room. Two officers, holding rich fillagree salvers, carried each a chalice, and a vial containing...court ceremony of mourning, endeavoured to retire; hut he was soon undeceived by seeing the officers holding up the head of the apparent corpse, and after...
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The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal

1839
...dangling loosely from side to side as the bearers moved into the room. Two officers holding rich filligree salvers carried each a chalice and a vial containing a black fluid. The ambassador considered the spectacle to be connected with some court ceremony of mourning and endeavoured to retire,...
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The Dublin University Magazine, Volume 14

1839
...fluid. The ambassador considered the spectacle to be connected with some court ceremony of mourning and endeavoured to retire, but he was soon undeceived by seeing the officers holding up the head of the apparent corpse, and after gently chafing the throat and returning the tongue,...
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal: Exhibiting a View of the ..., Volume 31

Robert Jameson - Science - 1841
...room. Two officers, holding rich filagree waiters, carried each a chalice, and a vial containing a dark fluid. The ambassador, considering the spectacle to...but he was soon undeceived by seeing the officers holding up the head of the apparent corpse, and after gently chafing the throat, and returning the...
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The treasury of wit and anecdote

The treasury of wit and anecdote - 1842
...fluid. The ambassador considered the spectacle to be connected with some court ceremony of mourning, and endeavoured to retire ; but he was soon undeceived by seeing the officers holding up the head of the apparent corpse, and after gently chafing the throat and returning the tongue,...
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The Queenwood observer, J. Bullough, G.P.R. Grubb, C.W. Bragg, eds

Queenwood college, John Bullough (editor.) - 1853
...holding rich filagree waiters, carried each a chalice, and a vial containing QUEENWOOD OBSERVER. a dark fluid. The ambassador, considering the spectacle to...court ceremony of mourning, endeavoured to retire. He was however induced to stay by seeing the officers hold up the head of the apparent corpse, and...
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