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Bøker Bok 110 av 21... we were marching hard, and the last night had scarcely closed our eyes to sleep....
" ... we were marching hard, and the last night had scarcely closed our eyes to sleep. We were inclining our course to a point of woods, determined to remain absent, and die by ourselves, rather than return to our camp, and behold the misery of our poor'... "
The Biography of the Principal American Military and Naval Heroes ... - Side 13
av Thomas Wilson - 1817
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The Analectic Magazine, Volum 3

1814
...night had scarcely closed our eyes to sleep. We were then inclining our coarse to a point of wood, determined to remain absent and die by ourselves rather than return to our camp aud behold the misery of our poor companions ; when we discovered a gang of buffaloes coming along...
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The Analectic Magazine, Volum 4

1814
...being the fourth day since we had received sustenance, all of which we were marchinghard, andthelast night had scarcely closed our eyes to sleep. We were...to remain absent and die by ourselves, rather than to return to our camp and behold the misery of our poor lads, when we discovered a gang of buffaloes...
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The Analectic Magazine ...: Comprising Original Reviews, Biography ..., Volum 4

Washington Irving - 1814
...we had received sustenance all of which we weremarchinghard, andthelast night bad scarcely cto=«i our eyes to sleep. We were inclining our course to...to remain absent and die by ourselves, rather than to return io our camp and behold the misery of our poor lads, when we discovered a gang of buffaloes...
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The Analectic Magazine ...: Comprising Original Reviews, Biography ...

Washington Irving - 1814
...faint, being the fourth day since we had received sustenance, the whole of which time we were marching hard, and the last night had scarcely closed our eyes to sleep. We were then inclining our course to a point of wood, determined to remain absent and dic by ourselves lather...
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The Analectic Magazine: Comprising Original Reviews, Biography, Analytical ...

1814
...faint, being the fourth day since we had received sustenance, the whole of which time we were marching hard, and the last night had scarcely closed our eyes to sleep. \Ve were theu inclining our course to a point of wood, determined to remain absent and die by ourselves...
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The Analectic Magazine...: Comprising Original Reviews, Biography ..., Volum 3

1814
...then inelining our course to a point of wood, determined to remain absent and die by ourselves father than return to our camp and behold the misery of our poor companions ; when we discovered a gang of buffaloes coming along at some distance. With great exertion...
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The Life of Oliver Hazard Perry: With an Appendix, Comprising Biographical ...

John Milton Niles - 1820 - 376 sider
...weak and faint, it being the fourth day since we had received sustenance, all of which we weremarching hard, and the last night had scarcely closed our eyes...coming along at some distance. With great exertions 1 made out to run and place myself behind some cedars, and by the greatest good luck the first shot...
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The Life of Oliver Hazard Perry: With an Appendix, Comprising a Biographical ...

John Milton Niles - 1821 - 384 sider
...and faint, it being the folirth day since we had recei ved sustenance, allof which we were marching hard, and the last night had scarcely closed our eyes...absent and die by ourselves, rather than return to cor. camp and behold the misery of our poor lads, whui we discovered a gang of buffaloes coming along...
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The Life of Oliver Hazard Perry: With an Appendix, Comprising a Biographical ...

John Milton Niles - 1821 - 384 sider
...and faint, it being the fourth day since we had received sustenance, all of which we were marching hard, and the last night had scarcely closed our eyes to sleep. We were inclining our course to a pointof woods ; determined to remain absent and die by ourselves, rather than return to our camp and...
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The Glory of America: Comprising Memoirs of the Lives and Glorious Exploits ...

R. Thomas (A.M.) - 1834 - 574 sider
...and faint, it being the fourth day since we had received sustenance, all of which, we were marching hard, and the last night had scarcely closed our eyes...gang of buffaloes coming along at some distance. With great~exertious, I made out to run, and place myself behind some cedars ; and by the greatest good...
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