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" I hope you will remain with me here till I am quite dead ; it is a comfort to know that some one is by ; but when I am dying, it is my wish that you should place the pistol in my right hand, and that you leave me unburied as I lie. "
Robert O'Hara Burke and the Australian Exploring Expedition of 1860... - Page 152
by Andrew Jackson - 1862 - 229 pages
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The Living Age ..., Volume 73

Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell - 1862
...Stawell, and in which he wrote some notes. He then said to me : 'I hope you will remain with me here till I am quite dead; it is a comfort to know that some...right hand, and that you leave me unburied as I lie.' That night he spoke very little, and the following morning I found him speechless, or nearly so ; and...
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Temple Bar, Volume 5

George Augustus Sala, Edmund Hodgson Yates - English periodicals - 1862
...the watch and the notes of the journey, he said to him : " I hope you will remain with me here till I am quite dead : it is a comfort to know that some one is bv. But when I am dying, it is my wish that you should place the pistol in my right hand, and that...
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Temple bar, conducted by G.A. Sala

Temple almanack - 1862
...the watch and the notes of the journey, he said to him: " I hope you will remain with me here till I am quite dead : it is a comfort to know that some...my right hand, and that you leave me unburied as I he." That night he spoke very little ; and on the following morning he was speechless, and died about...
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Saunders, Otley, & co.'s Literary budget

Saunders, Otley and co - 1861
...could not last many houis, and gave me his watch. He said I hope you will remain here with me till I am quite dead ; it is a comfort to know that some one is by, and when I am dying it is my wish that you should place the pistol in my right hand, and that you leave...
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Parliamentary Papers, House of Commons and Command, Volume 37

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - Legislation - 1862
...Stawell, and in which he wrote some notes. He then said to me, " I hope you will remain witli me here till I am quite dead — it is a comfort to know that some...right hand, and that you leave me unburied as I lie." That night lie spoke very little, and the following morning I found him speechless, or nearly so ;...
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Chambers's Edinburgh journal, conducted by W. Chambers. [Continued as ...

Chambers's journal - 1862
...and in which he wrote some notes. He then said to me : ' 1 hope you will remain with me here till 1 am quite dead ; it is a comfort to know that some...right hand, and that you leave me unburied as I lie.' That night he spoke very little, and the following morning I found him speechless, or nearly so ; and...
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A Successful Exploration Through the Interior of Australia: From Melbourne ...

William John Wills - Australia - 1863 - 396 pages
...Stawell, and in which he wrote some notes. He then said to me, ' I hope you will remain with me here till I am quite dead — •it is a comfort to know that...right hand, and that you leave me unburied as I lie.' That night he spoke very little, and the following morning I found him speechless, or nearly so, and...
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The New Monthly Magazine, Volume 129

1863
...Stawell, and in which he wrote some notes. He then said to me, ' I hope you will remain with me here till I am quite dead — it is a comfort to know that some...pistol in my right hand, and that you leave me unburied aз I lie.' That night he spoke very little, and the following morning I found him speechless, or nearly...
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Annual Register

History - 1863
...Stawell, in which be wrote some notes. He then said to me, ' I hope that you will remain with me here till I am quite dead ; it is a comfort to know that some...should place the pistol in my right hand, and that you will leave me unburied as I lie ! ' That night he spoke very little, and the following morning I found...
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Records of noble lives

William Henry Davenport Adams - Biography - 1867 - 349 pages
...Stawell, and in which he wrote some notes. He then said to me, ' I hope you will remain with me here till I am quite dead ; it is a comfort to know that some...right hand, and that you leave me unburied as I lie." That night he spoke very little, and the following morning I found him speechless, or nearly so ; and...
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