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" ... travel on it. They appeared to run at an amazing pace, till they got out of sight at the lower end of the fell. "
The Beauties of England and Wales, Or, Delineations, Topographical ... - Page 59
1802
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The modern British traveller: or, Tourist's pocket directory. Cumberland

George Alexander Cooke - 1802
...the mountain, in full expectation, that they should find the man lying dead ; as they were persimled that the swiftness with which, he ran must have killed...should pick up some of the shoes, which they thought tlie horses must have lost in galloping at such a furious rate. They, however, were disappointed ;...
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Kirby's Wonderful and Scientific Museum: Or, Magazine of ..., Volume 3

R. S.. Kirby - Characters and characteristics - 1805
...the steep side of the mountain, in full expectation that they should find the man lying dead; as they were persuaded that the swiftness with which he ran...that they should pick up some of the shoes, which tliey thought the horses must have lost in galloping at such a furious rate. They, however, were disappointed;...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Volume 2; Volume 5, Part 2

Walter Scott - Europe - 1814
...the steep side of the mountain, in full expectation that they should find the man lying dead, as they were persuaded that the swiftness with which he ran...shoes, which they thought the horses must have lost in gallopping at such a furious rate. They, however, were disappointed, for there appeared not the least...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Volume 2; Volume 5, Part 2

Walter Scott - Europe - 1814
...the steep side of the mountain, in full expectation that they should find the man lying dead, as they were persuaded that the swiftness with which he ran...pick up some of the shoes, which they thought the horse* must have lost in gallopping at such a furious rate. They, however, were disappointed, for there...
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Miscellanea Scotica: Memoirs of Lord Viscount Dundee. The Highland clans ...

Scotland - 1820
...dead, being persuaded that the swiftness with which he ran must have killed him ; and imagined also that they should pick up some of the shoes, which...thought the horses must have lost in galloping at so furious a rate. They were however disappointed, as not the least vestige of either man or horse...
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Miscellanea Scotica: A Collection of Tracts Relating to the ..., Volume 3

Scotland - 1820
...the steep side of the mountain, in full expectation that they should find the man lying dead, being persuaded that the swiftness with which he ran must have killed him ; and imagined also that they should pick up some of the shoes, which they thought the horses must have lost in galloping...
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The Hundred Wonders of the World: And of the Three Kingdoms of Nature ...

Sir Richard Phillips - Wonder - 1821 - 660 pages
...dead, being persuaded that the swiftness with which he ran must have killed dim ; and imagined also that they should pick up some of the shoes which they...thought the .horses must have lost, in galloping at so furious a rate. They were, however, disappointed, as not the least vestige of either man or horses...
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The hundred wonders of the world: and of the three kingdoms of nature ...

Sir Richard Phillips - Wonder - 1821 - 660 pages
...about half a mile in In mountain, in full expectation that they should God the man lying dead, being persuaded that the swiftness with which he ran must have killed him ; and imagined also that they should pick up some of tlie shoes which they thought the horses must have lost, in galloping...
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The Cabinet of Curiosities: Or, Wonders of the World Displayed, Forming a ...

Curiosities and wonders - 1824 - 432 pages
...the steep side of the mountain, in full expectation that they should find the man lying dead, being persuaded that the swiftness with which he ran must have killed him; and imagining also that they should pick up some of the shoes which they thought the horses must have lost,...
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The Cabinet of Curiosities; Or, Wonders of the World Displayed: Forming a ...

Curiosities and wonders - 1833
...the steep side of the mountain, in full expectation that they should find the man lying dead, being persuaded that the swiftness with which he ran must have killed him ; and imagined also that they should pick up some of the shoes which they thought the horses must have lost, in galloping...
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