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" ... presence of mind, as to be able to make and dictate his observations upon the motion and figure of that dreadful scene. "
The Penny Cyclopædia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge - Seite 266
1840
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Pompeii, Band 1

William Clarke (architect.) - 1836
...from whence others fled with the utmost terror, he steered his direct course to the point of danger, and with so much calmness and presence of mind, as to be able to make and dictate his observations upon the motion a:id figure of that dreadful scene. He was now so nigh the mountain,...
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Pompeii [by W. Clarke].

William Clarke (architect.) - 1836
...from whence others fled with the utmost terror, he steered his direct course to the point of danger, and with so much calmness and presence of mind, as to be able to make and dictate his observations upon the motion and figure of that dreadful scene. He was now so nigh the mountain,...
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Tales of travellers; or, A view of the world

Tales of travellers - 1838
...from which others fled with the utmost terror, he steered his course direct to the point of danger, and with so much calmness and presence of mind, as to be able to make and dictate to others, his observations upon the motion and figure ofthat terrible scene. " He approached so near...
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Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge

1840
...only Retina, but several other towns situated upon that beautiful coast. He steered directly to tlie point of danger, from which others were flying with...presence of mind, as to be able to make and dictate his observations upon the motion and figure of that dreadful scene. He went so near to the mountain,...
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A Classical Dictionary: Containing ... Proper Names Mentioned in Ancient ...

Charles Anthon - 1841
...from whence others fled with the utmost terror, he steered his direct course to the point of danger, and with so much calmness and presence of mind as to be able to make and dictate his observations upon the motion and figure of that dreadful scene. He was now so nigh the mountain,...
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Rome, as it was Under Paganism, and as it Became Under the Popes, Band 1

1843 - 692 Seiten
...place whence others fled with the utmost terror, he steered his direct course to the point of danger, and with so much calmness and presence of mind, as to be able to make and dictate his observations upon the motion and figure of the dreadful scene. He was now so nigh the mountain,...
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Notes of a Travel: Being a Journal of a Tour in Europe

John P. Hiester - 1845 - 272 Seiten
...from whence others lied with the utmost terror, he steered his direct course to the point of danger, and with so much calmness and presence of mind, as to be able to make and dictate his observations upon the motion and figure of that dreadful scene. He was now so nigh the mountain,...
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Curiosities of Physical Geography

Wilhelm Wittich - 1845 - 415 Seiten
...place, from which others were flying with the utmost terror, he steered directly to the point of danger, and with so much calmness and presence of mind as to be able to make and to dictate his observations upon the motion and figure of that dreadful phenomenon. He went so near...
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Letters on Various Subjects

James Caughey - 1847
...from which others fled with the utmost terror, he steered his direct course to the point of danger, and with so much calmness and presence of mind, as to be able to make and dictate his observations upon the motion and figure of that dreadful scene. He was now so nigh the mountain...
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Half-hours with the best authors, selected by C. Knight, Band 2

Half hours - 1847
...place whence others fled with the utmost terror, he steered his fat course to the point of danger, and with so much calmness and presence of mind as to be able to make and dictate his observations upon the motion and figure of that dreadful scene. He was now so nigh the mountain...
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