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" Even supposing we took the shortest road, it was but too probable our strength would fail us before we arrived. We had each of us separately and unknown to one another observed attentively the different shapes of the stones which projected into the galleries... "
The London Medical and Physical Journal - Page 476
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The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th]

1817
...wrong turn, and never reach the great chamber we had first entered. Even supposing we took the shortest road, it was but too probable our strength would fail...with fatigue and terror we reached the edge of the deep trench, which remained to be crossed before we got into the great chamber. Mustering all my strength,...
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The Medical and Physical Journal, Volume 37

Medicine - 1817
...notes, and only on one occasion had a dispute, the American differing from my friend and myself: IB this dilemma we were determined by the majority, and...Exhausted with fatigue and terror, we reached the edge of th deep trench which remained to be crossed before we got into the great chamber. Mustering all my...
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Narrative of a journey in Egypt and the country beyond the cataracts

Thomas Legh - Egypt - 1816 - 157 pages
...wrong turn, and never reach the great chamber we had first entered. Even supposing we took the shortest road, it was but too probable our strength would fail...with fatigue and terror, we reached the edge of the deep trench which remained to be crossed before we got into the great chamber. Mustering all my strength,...
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Annual Register, Volume 58

Edmund Burke - History - 1817
...wrong turn, and never reach the great chamber we had first entered. Even supposing we took the shortest road, it was but too probable our strength would fail...were right. Exhausted with fatigue and terror, we readied the edge of the deep trench trench which remained to be crossed before we got into the great...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 16

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, Sir William Smith, Sir John Murray IV, Rowland Edmund Prothero Baron Ernle, George Walter Prothero - 1817
...galleries we had passed, so that each had an imperfect clue to the labyrinth we had now to retrace. W Compared notes, and only on one occasion had a dispute,...with fatigue and terror, we reached the edge of the deep trench which remained to be crossed before we got into the great chamber. Mustering all my strength,...
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Miscellany ..., Volume 3

Asia - 1817
...the labyrinth we had now to retrace. We compared notes, and only on one occasion had a dispute, tbe American differing from my friend and myself ; in...with fatigue and terror, we reached the edge of the deep trench which remained to be crossed before we got into the great ehamber. Mustering all my strength,...
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Dodsley's Annual Register, Volume 58

History - 1817
...projected into the galleries we had passed, so that each had an imperfect clue to the labyrinth \ve bad now to retrace. We compared notes, and only on one...in this dilemma we were determined by the majority, nnd fortunately were right. Exhausted with fatigue and terror, wr reached the edge of the deep trench...
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The Literary Panorama and National Register, Volume 5

English literature - 1817
...labyrinth we had no to retrace. We compared notes, aud only ott one ccciaiou liad a dispute, tlie American differing from my friend and myself; in this dilemma we were ricteriuiuctl by the majority, end fortunately were right. Exhausted with Siltgu* aud terror, we reached...
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The Coila Repository: And Kilmarnock Monthly Magazine

1818
...the galleries we had passed, so that each had an imperfect clue to the labyrinth we had now to trace. We compared notes, and only on one occasion had a...with fatigue and terror, we reached the edge of the deep trench which remained to be crossed before we got into the great chamber. Mustering all my strength,...
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The Nic-nac: Or, Literary Cabinet, Volume 1

1823
...compared notes, and only on one occasion had a dispute, the American differing from my friend ad myself: — in this dilemma, we were determined by...with fatigue and terror, we reached the edge of the deep trench, which remained to be crossed before we got into the great chamber. Mustering all my strength,...
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