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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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A HISTORY OF ALL NATIONS FROM THE EARLIEST PERIODS TO THE PRESENT TIME OR ...

S.G. GOODRICH - 1857
...from which others fled with the utmost terror, he sieered 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 appearance and progress of that dreadful scene. He was now so near the mountain,...
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The Boy's Second Help to Reading: A Selection of Choice Passages from ...

Theodore Alors W. Buckley - 1854 - 312 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 that dreadful scene. He was now so nigh the mountain...
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The Travels and Adventures of Celebrated Travelers in the Principal ...

Henry Howe - 1854 - 804 Seiten
...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 lo make and dictate his observations upon the motion and figure of that dreadful scene. He was now...
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A New General Biographical Dictionary, Band 11

Hugh James Rose - 1857
...for his observations, the mariners belonging to the galleys^stationed at Retina earnestly entreated him to come to their assistance, since that port being...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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The Sydenham Sindbad [by - Rand].

Rand, Sindbad (fict. name.) - 1857
...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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A Summer and Winter in the Two Sicilies, Band 2

Julia Kavanagh - 1858 - 333 Seiten
...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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EUROPA: OR SCENES AND SOCIETY IN ENGLAND, FRANCE, ITALY AND SWITZERLAND

DANIEL C. EDDY - 1859
...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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The Parents' cabinet of amusement and instruction, Band 8

...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 of that terrible scene. " He approached so near...
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The gallery of nature: a tour through creation

Thomas Milner - 1860
...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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Romantic incidents in the lives of naturalists and celebrated travellers

Cecilia Lucy Brightwell - 1861
...appeared that, as soon as he was on board ship, Pliny 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 his observations upon the appearance and progress of that dreadful scene. He was so near the mountain...
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