Search Images Maps Play YouTube News Gmail Drive More »
Sign in
Books Books 1 - 10 of 15 on been the feelings of the Pompeians, when the roaring of the mountain, and the quaking....
" been the feelings of the Pompeians, when the roaring of the mountain, and the quaking of the earth, waked them from their first sleep ? They attempted also to escape the wrath of the gods; and, seizing the most valuable things they could lay their hands... "
A General Collection of Voyages and Travels from the Discovery of America to ... - Page 196
by William Fordyce Mavor - 1809
Full view - About this book

The Port Folio

Joseph Dennie, John Elihu Hall - Philadelphia (Pa.) - 1818
...have been on that account the more durable. POMPEII. From Kotzebue's Travel* in Italy. What must have been the feelings of the Pompeians, when the roaring...valuable things they could lay their hands upon in the darkness and confusion, to seek their safety by flight. In this street, and before the house that is...
Full view - About this book

Travels Through Italy, in the Years 1804 and 1805, Volume 2

August von Kotzebue - Italy - 1806
...of the horrors of those who were, however, far from the extremity of the misery. But what must have been the feelings of the Pompeians, when the roaring...valuable things they could lay their hands upon in the darkness and confusion, to seek their safety in flight. In this street, and before the house that is...
Full view - About this book

Travels through Italy in the years 1804 and 1805

August Friedrich F. von Kotzebue - 1806
...of the horrors of (hose who were, however, far from the extremity of the misery. But what must have been the feelings of the Pompeians, when the roaring...them from their first sleep? They .attempted also to eseape the wrath of the Gods; and, seizing the most valuable things they could lay their hands upon...
Full view - About this book

The Literary Magazine, and American Register, Volume 5

1806
...cut, as at present, into squ íres, and may have been on that account the more durable. What must have been the feelings of the Pompeians, when the roaring of the mountain and the qu.ikmg; of the earth waked them from their first sleep! They attempted also to escape the wrath of...
Full view - About this book

Memoirs of the Public and Private Life of Her Most Gracious Majesty Caroline ...

Joseph Nightingale - Great Britain - 1820 - 715 pages
...of others, by terrifying predictions. Such is the frightful pitture drawn by Pliny. What must have been the feelings of the Pompeians when the roaring of the mountain and the quaking of the earth awoke them from their sleep? In the street already mentioned, and in the front of the house marked...
Full view - About this book

Memoirs of her late majesty, queen Caroline

Joseph Nightingale - 1821
...of others, by terrifying predictions. Such is the frightful picture drawn by Pliny. What must have been the feelings of the Pompeians when the roaring of the mountain and tin: quaking of the earth awoke them from their sleep ? In the .street already mentioned, and-in the...
Full view - About this book

The hundred wonders of the world: and of the three kingdoms of nature ...

Sir Richard Phillips - Wonder - 1821 - 660 pages
...however, far from the extremity of their misery. But what must have been the feelings of the Pompeissis, when the roaring of the mountain, and the quaking of the earth, awaked them from their first sleep? They also attempted to escape the wrath of the gods; and, seizing...
Full view - About this book

Cabinet of curiosities: natural, artificial, and historical, Volume 1

Samuel Griswold Goodrich - Curiosities and wonders - 1822
...the horrors of those who were, however, far from the extremity of their misery. But what must have been the feelings of the Pompeians, when the roaring of the mountain, and the quaking of the earth, awaked them from their first sleep ? They also attempted to escape the wrath of the gods; and, seizing...
Full view - About this book

A Geographical View of the World: Embracing the Manners, Customs, and ...

Sir Richard Phillips, James Gates Percival - Geography - 1826 - 452 pages
...the horrors of those who were, however, far from the extremity of their misery. But what must have been the feelings of the Pompeians, when the roaring of the mountain, and the quaking of the eanh, waked them from their first sleep ? They attempted also to escape ; and, seizing the most valuable...
Full view - About this book

Selections of the most remarkable phenomena of nature

Henry Glassford Bell - Science - 1827 - 324 pages
...the horrors of those who were; however, far from the extremity of their misery. But what must have been the feelings of the Pompeians, when the roaring of the mountain, and the quaking of the earth, awaked them from their first sleep ? They also attempted to escape the wrath of the gods ; and, seizing...
Full view - About this book




  1. My library
  2. Help
  3. Advanced Book Search
  4. Download EPUB
  5. Download PDF