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" In vain is coolness sought for ; all bodies in which it is usual to find it deceive the hand that touches them. Marble, iron, water, notwithstanding the sun no longer appears, are hot. "
Letters Written During a Ten Years' Residence at the Court of Tripoli ... - Page 93
by Miss Tully - 1819
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A hundred wonders of the world in nature and art, ed. by J. Small

John Small - 1876
...large draughts of water, — nothing can restore perspiration. In vain is coolness sought for, — all bodies in which it is usual to find it deceive the hand that touches them ; marble, iron, water, notwithstanding the sun no longer appears, are hot. The streets are deserted, and the dead silence...
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Recollections of Four Years in Venezuela

Charles Daniel Dance - Venezuela - 1876 - 303 pages
...had to large draughts of water ; nothing can restore perspiration. In vain is coolness sought for ; all bodies, in which it is usual to find it, deceive the hand that touches them Woe to the traveller whom this wind surprises remote from shelter ! He must suffer all its dreadful...
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Recollections of Four Years in Venezuela

Charles Daniel Dance - Venezuela - 1876 - 303 pages
...had to large draughts of water ; nothing can restore perspiration. In vain is coolness sought for; all bodies, in which it is usual to find it, deceive the hand that touches them Woe to the traveller whom this wind surprises remote from shelter ! He must suffer all its dreadful...
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Poems of Felicia Hemans: Chronologically Arranged, with Illustrative Notes ...

Mrs. Hemans - 1878 - 668 pages
...contracted and paiufu!, and the body consumed with internal heat. In vain is coolness sought for ; marble, iron, water, though the sun no longer appears, are hot : the streets are deserted, and a dead silence pervades every where. The nativeĢ of towns and villages shut themselves...
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The wonders of the world

John (uncle, pseud.) - 1880
...becomes difficult, the skin parched and dry. During its continuance, coolness is sought for in vain ; all bodies in which it is usual to find it, deceive the hand that touches them. Marble, iron, water, notwithstanding the sun no longer appears, are hot. The streets in the city are deserted, the dead...
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Felicia Hemans: Selected Poems, Letters, Reception Materials

Felicia Dorothea Browne Hemans, Susan J. Wolfson - Literary Criticism - 2000 - 633 pages
...are contracted and painful, and the body consumed with internal heat. In vain is coolness sought for; marble, iron, water, though the sun no longer appears, are hot: the streets are deserted, and a dead silence appears every where. The natives of towns and villages shut themselves...
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The Poetical Works

Robert Southey
...had to large draughts of water ; nothing can restore perspiration. In vain is coolness sought for; all bodies in which it is usual to find it, deceive the hand that touches them. Marble, iron, water, notwithstanding the sun ml longer appears, are hot. The streets are deserted, and the dead silence...
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