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Bøker Bok 110 av 14... understood. Each of us secured our hold, waiting the issue with resignation to...
" ... understood. Each of us secured our hold, waiting the issue with resignation to the will of Him who alone could preserve us, and bring us safely through this extreme danger; watching with breathless anxiety the effect of each succeeding collision,... "
A Voyage of Discovery and Research in the Southern and Antarctic Regions ... - Side 160
av Sir James Clark Ross - 1847 - 447 sider
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Visitor: Or Monthly Instructor

1847
...anxiety the effect of each succeeding collision, and the vibrations of the tottering masts, expecting every moment to see them give way without our having...over on her broadside, and threatening to blow the storm-sails to pieces : fortunately they were quite new, or they never could have withstood such terrific...
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The Church-warder and domestic magazine, Volumer 1-2

1847
...anxiety the effect of each succeeding collision, and the vibrations of the tottering masts, expecting every moment to see them give way, without our having...over on her broadside, and threatening to blow the storm-sails to pieces ; fortunately they were quite new, or they never could have withstood such terrific...
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Tracts for the people

Tracts for the people - 1847
...and tbe vibrations of the tottering masts, expecting every moment to see them give way without oar having the power to make an effort to save them. "...Although the force of the wind had somewhat diminished by fo»r PM, yet the squalls came on with unabated violence, laying the ship over on her broadside, and...
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The Recreation

1848
...anxiety the effect of each succeeding collision, and the vibrations of the tottering masts, expecting every moment to see them give way without our having...over on her broadside, and threatening to blow the storm-sails to pieces ; fortunately they were quite new, or they never could have withstood such terrific...
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Curiosities [afterw.] Romance of modern travel

1848
...anxiety the effect of each succeeding collision, and the vibrations of the tottering masts, expecting every moment to see them give way without our having...Although the force of the wind had somewhat diminished by four pm, yet the squalls came on with unabated violence, laying the ship over on her broadside, and...
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Summer in the Antarctic Regions: A Narrative of Voyages of Discovery Towards ...

Charles Tomlinson - 1848 - 203 sider
...anxiety the effect of each succeeding collision and the vibrations of the tottering masts, expecting every moment to see them give way, without our having the power to make an effort to save them." By four PM the force of the wind had somewhat diminished, but the squalls were as violent as ever,...
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Friends' Review: A Religious, Literary and Miscellaneous Journal, Volum 1

Enoch Lewis, Samuel Rhoads - 1848
...anxiety the effect of each succeeding collision and the operations of the tottering masts, and expecting every moment to see them give way without our having the power to make an effort to save them. About four o'clock the squalls laid the ship over on her broadside, and threatened to blow the stormsails...
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The Progress of the Development of the Law of Storms, and of the Variable ...

William Reid - 1849 - 424 sider
...when the barometer stood at 28-40. At 4 PM, although the force of the wind had somewhat diminished, yet the squalls came on with unabated violence, laying...over on her broadside, and threatening to blow the storm-sails to pieces ; fortunately they were quite new, or they never could have withstood such terrible...
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Chambers's papers for the people, Deler 7-12

Chambers W. and R., ltd - 1850
...anxiety the effect of each succeeding collision, and the vibrations of the tottering masts, expecting every moment to see them give way without our having...them. ' Although the force of the wind had somewhat abated by four PM, yet the squalls came on with unabated violence, laying the ship over on her broadside,...
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Chambers's Papers for the People, Volumer 5-6

William Chambers, Robert Chambers - 1856
...anxiety the effect of each succeeding collision, and the vibrations of the tottering masts, expecting every moment to see them give way without our having...them. ' Although the force of the wind had somewhat abated by four PM, yet the squalls came on with unabated violence, laying the ship over on her broadside,...
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