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" as I was going to throw the stones, a facetious hadji met me ; saith he, " You may save your labour at present, if you please, for I have hit out the Devil's eyes already. "
History of Arabia, Ancient and Modern:: Containing a Description of the ... - Page 251
by Andrew Crichton - 1833 - 464 pages
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The Quarterly review, Volume 42

1830
...Joseph Pitts says, * as I was was going to throw the stones, a facetious hadji met me ; saith he, " you may save your labour at present, if you please, for I have hit out the devil's eyes already." The pilgrims are here shown a rock with a deep split in the middle, which was made by the angel turning...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 42

Sir John Murray IV - 1830
...Joseph Pitts says, ' as I was was going to throw the stones, a facetious hadji met me ; saith he, " you may save your labour at present, if you please, for I have hit out the devil's eyes nlready." The pilgrims are here shown a rock with a deep split in the middle, which was made by the...
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The Modern Traveller: A Description, Geographical, Historical, and ..., Volume 9

Josiah Conder - Voyages and travels - 1831
...I was going to perform this ceremony of throwing the stones, a facetious hagge met me; saith he, " You may save your labour at present, if you please, for I have hit out the devil'a eyes already." ' ' You must ohserve, that after they have thrown the seven stones on the first...
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The Family Library (Harper)., Volume 10

Child rearing - 1832
...troops.' Joseph Pitts says, ' as I was going to throw the stones', a facetious hadji met me ; saith he, " You may save your labour at present, if you please, for I have hit out the Devil's eyes already." ' The pilgrims are here shown a rock with a deep split in the middle, which was made by the angel turning...
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The Life of Mohammed: Founder of the Religion of Islam, and of the ..., Volume 2

George Bush - 1833 - 261 pages
...troops.' Joseph Pitts says, ' as I was going to throw the stones, a facetious hadji met me ; saith he, " You may save your labour at present, if you please, for I have hit out the Devil's eyes already." ' The pilgrims are here shown a rock with a deep split in the middle, which was made by the angel turning...
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A History of the Church: From the Birth of Christ to the Present Time ...

Charles Augustus Goodrich - Religions - 1834 - 504 pages
...says, 'as I was going to throw the nes, a facetious hadji met me ; sailh he, " You may save your labor present, if you please, for I have hit out the devil's eyes already." ' ic pilgrims are here shown a rock with a deep split in the middle, lich was made by the angel turning...
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The Life of Mahomet: Founder of the Religion of Islam, and of the Empire of ...

Samuel Green (Baptist minister, Lion St. Chapel, Walworth.) - Islam - 1840 - 404 pages
...troops.' Joseph Pitts says, ' as I was going to throw the stones, a facetious had ji met me : saith he, " You may save your labour at present, if you please, for I have hit out the devil's eyes already.' " The pilgrims are here shown a rock, with a deep split in the middle, which was made by the angel...
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El-Medinah

Sir Richard Francis Burton - Muslim pilgrims and pilgrimages - 1855
...I was going to perform this ceremony of throwing the stones, a facetious Hagge met me ; saith he, ' You may save your labour at present, if you please, for I have hit out the devil's eyes already.' You must observe, that after they have thrown the seven stones on the first day (the country people...
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The Life of Mohammed: Founder of the Religion of Islam, and of the Empire of ...

George Bush - Islam - 1858 - 261 pages
...troops.' Joseph Pitts says, ' as I was going to throw the stones, a facetious hadji met me ; saith he, " You may save your labour at present, if you please, for I have hit out the Devil's eyes already." ' The pilgrims are here shown a rock with a deep split in the middle, which was made by the angel turning...
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Personal Narrative of a Pilgrimage to Al-Madinah and Meccah, Volume 2

Sir Richard Francis Burton - Arabian Peninsula - 1906
...As I was going to perform this ceremony of throwing the stones, a facetious Hagge met me; saith he, 'You may save your labour at present, if you please, for I have hit out the devil's eyes already.' You must observe, that after they have thrown the seven stones on the first day (the country people...
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