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" ... and sleep there, no matter how long. If not knowing how to swim, you would escape drowning when you find yourself in deep water, you have only to consider yourself an empty pitcher; let your mouth and nose, not the top part of your heavy head, be... "
Cornelius's guide. Dawlish [signed R.S.S.]. - Page 80
by R S. S - 1869
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The Cottager's monthly visitor

1840
...ease, and in perfect safety, in tolerable still water — ay, and sleep there, no matter how long. If, not knowing how to swim, you would escape drowning...empty pitcher : let your mouth and nose, not the top part of your heavy head, be the highest part of you, and you are safe ; but thrust up one of your bony...
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The Knickerbocker: Or, New-York Monthly Magazine, Volume 16

American periodicals - 1840
...at ease, and in perfect safely, in tolerably still water ; ay, and sleep there, no matter how long. If not knowing how to swim, you would escape drowning...only to consider yourself an empty pitcher | let your mouih and nose, not the top part of your heavy head, be the highest part of you, and you are safe ;...
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The Knickerbocker: Or, New-York Monthly Magazine, Volume 16

American periodicals - 1840
...at ease, and in perfect safety, in tolerably still water ; ay, and sleep there, no matter how long. If not knowing how to swim, you would escape drowning...you have only to consider yourself an empty pitcher j let your mouth and nose, not the top part of your heavy head, be the highest part of you, and you...
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Chambers's Edinburgh Journal, Volume 9

William Chambers, Robert Chambers - London (England) - 1841
...ease, and in perfect safety, in tolerably still water — av, and sleep there, no matter how long. If, not knowing how to swim, you would escape drowning,...yourself in deep water, you have only to consider youraelf an empty pitcher , let your mouth and nose— not the top part of your heavy head — be the...
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The Farmer's Almanack, Issue 36

Robert Bailey Thomas - Almanacs, American - 1841
...tolerably still water, — ay, and sleep there, no matter how long. In not knowing how to swim, if you would escape drowning, when you find yourself...water, you have only to consider yourself an empty pilcher; let your mouth and nose— not the top part of your heavy head— be the highest part of you,...
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The Scientific and Literary Treasury: A New and Popular Encyclopedia of the ...

Samuel Maunder - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1843 - 832 pages
...ease, and in perfect safety, in tolerably still water — ay, and sleep there, no matter how long. If not knowing how to swim, you would escape drowning...empty pitcher; let your mouth and nose, not the top part of your heavy head, be the FLL] \\ciu Dicuoitari) of tljc lit lies "Celt res. [FLO highest part...
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The American Protestant, Volume 1

Protestantism - 1845
...turn the face towards the zenith, may float at ease, and in perfect safety in tolerable still water. If not knowing how to swim, you would escape drowning,...pitcher ; let your mouth and nose — not the top part of your heavy head — be the highest part of you, and you are safe; but thrust up one or both...
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Crystal Fount and Rechabite Recorder, Volume 4

1845
...safetv, in tolerable still water ; aye, and sleep there, no matter bow long. If not knowing how todwim, you would escape drowning, when you find yourself in deep water, you have only to consider yourBelt an empty pitcher; let your mouth and nose — not the top parr oj your heavy head — be....
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The Odd Fellows' Magazine, Volume 9

Fraternal organizations - 1847
...tolerably still water — aye, and sleep there, no matter how long. If, not knowing how to swim, yon would escape drowning, when you find yourself in deep...your mouth and nose — not the top of your heavy head-=r-be the highest part, and you are safe ; b'ft thrust up your long hands and down you go —...
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The Universalist Companion, with an Almanac and Register, Containing the ...

Aaron Burt Grosh - Almanacs, American - 1853
...at ease and in perfect safety in tolerably still wnti-r— ay , and sleep there, no matter how long. If, not knowing how to swim. , you would escape drowning...consider yourself an empty pitcher — let your mouth aii'l nose, not' the lop of your heavy head, be the highest part of you and you are safe. But thrust"...
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