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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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William Chambers, Robert Chambers - 1869
...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.' The...

Chambers's miscellany of instructive & entertaining tracts, Τόμος 6

Chambers W. and R., ltd - 1870
...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.' The...

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...presented a more favourable appearance. It was desolate and barren, without a sign of culture, so that they could hope to receive little other benefit from it than the preservation it afforded them from the sea. Of course all who were possessed of manly feeling, confessed it was a great and...

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Matthew Iley, J. M. Millingen - 1825
...other, the land did not wear a much more favorable appearance : desolate and barren, without signs of culture, we could hope to receive little other...than the preservation it afforded us from the sea. Exerting ourselves, however, though faint, benumbed, and almost helpless, to find some wretched covert...

The Scots Magazine, Τόμος 30

1768
...other, the land did not wear a much more favourable appearance : defolate and barren, without Itgn of culture, we could hope to receive little other benefit from it than the prefervation it afforded us from the fea. It mud be con ft fled this was a great and merciful deliverance...




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