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" ... on the other, the land did not wear a much more favourable appearance ; desolate and barren; without sign of culture, we could hope to receive little other benefit from it than the preservation it afforded us from the sea. We had wet, cold, and hunger,... "
The Choice, Or, Lines on the Beatitudes - Σελίδα 70
των James Bush - 1841 - 102 σελίδες
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...the other, the land did not wear a much more favourable appearance: defolate and barren, without fign of culture, we could hope to receive little other benefit from it than the prefervation it afforded us from the fea. It muft be confcfled this was a great and merciful deliverance...

Historical Account of the Most Celebrated Voyages, Travels, and Discoveries ...

William Fordyce Mavor - 1797
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...Indians appear in Canoes off the Coast. — Description of them.— ^Discontents amongst our People. IT is natural to think, that to men thus upon the...afforded us from the sea. It must be confessed this was a .rent and merciful deliverance from immediate destruction; but then we had wet, cold, and hunger to...

Memoirs of the life and writings of lord Byron

George Clinton (biographer of Byron.) - 1825
...presented us wilh the most dreary prospect ; on the other, the land did not wear a much more favorable appearance ; desolate and barren, without sign of...than the preservation it afforded us from the sea. Exerting ourselves, however, though faint, benumbed, and almost helpless, to find some wretched covert...

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George Clinton - 1828 - 756 σελίδες
...presented us with the mowt dreary prospect ; on the other, the land did not wear a much more favorable appearance ; desolate and barren, without sign of...than the preservation it afforded us from the sea. Exerting ourselves, however, though faint, benumbed, and almost belpleas, to find some wretched covert...

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...which was all that we had in the world to support and subsist us), together with a boisterous sea ; on the other, the land did not wear a much more favourable...than the preservation it afforded us from the sea. We had wet, cold, and hunger, to struggle with, and no visible remedy against any of those evils."...

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