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" The windings of the passages through which we had come increased the difficulty of our escape ; we might take a 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... "
The London Medical and Physical Journal - Page 476
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The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th]

1817
...assistance, and upbraiding us with deserting him. But we were obliged to leave him to his fate, expecting every moment to share it with him. The windings of...chamber we had first entered. Even supposing we took the shortest road, it was but too probable our strength would fail us before we arrived. We had each of...
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The Medical and Physical Journal, Volume 37

Medicine - 1817
...assistance, and upbraiding us withj deserting him. Rut we were obliged to leave him to his fate, ex. pccting every moment to share it with him. The windings of...chamber we had first entered. Even supposing we took the shortest road, it was but too probable our strength would fail us before we arrived. We had each of...
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Narrative of a journey in Egypt and the country beyond the cataracts

Thomas Legh - Egypt - 1816 - 157 pages
...assistance, and upbraiding us with deserting him. But we were obliged to leave him to his fate, expecting every moment to share it with him. The windings of...chamber we had first entered. Even supposing we took the shortest road, it was but too probable our strength would fail us before we arrived. We had each of...
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Annual Register, Volume 58

Edmund Burke - History - 1817
...assistance, and upbraiding us with deserting him. But we were obliged to leave him to his fate, expecting every moment to share it with him. The windings of...chamber we had first entered. Even supposing we took the shortest road, it was but too probable our strength would fail us before we arrived. We had each of...
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Miscellany ..., Volume 3

Asia - 1817
...assistance, and upbraiding us with deserting him. But •we were obliged to leave him to his fate, expecting every moment to share it with him. The windings of...chamber we had first entered. Even supposing we took the shortest road, it was but too probable our strength would fail us before we arrived. We had each of...
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Dodsley's Annual Register, Volume 58

History - 1817
...assistance, and upbraiding us with deserting him. But we were obliged to leave him to his fate, expecting every moment to share it with him. The windings of the passages through which we had coraŤ increased the difficulty of our escape; we might take a wrong turn, and never reach the great...
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The Coila Repository: And Kilmarnock Monthly Magazine

1818
...assistance, and upbraiding us with deserting him. But we were obliged to leave him to his fate, expecting every moment to share it with him. The windings of...chamber we had first entered. Even supposing we took the shortest road, it was but too probable our strength would fail us before we arrived. We had each of...
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The Nic-nac: Or, Literary Cabinet, Volume 1

1823
...assistance, and upbraiding us with deserting him. But we were obliged to leave him to Us fate, expecting every moment to share it with him. The windings of the passages through whieh we had come, increased the difficulty of our escape; we might take a wrong turn, and never reach...
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The Bachelor's Wife: A Selection of Curious and Interesting Extracts, with ...

John Galt - Scotland - 1824 - 444 pages
...assistance, and upbraiding us with deserting him. But we were obliged to leave him to his fate, expecting every moment to share it with him. The windings of...chamber we had first entered. Even supposing we took the shortest road, it was but too probable our strength would fail us before we arrived. We had each of...
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The bachelor's wife: a selection of curious and interesting extracts, with ...

John Galt - Scotland - 1824 - 444 pages
...assistance, and upbraiding us with deserting him. But we were obliged to leave him to his fate, expecting every moment to share it with him. The windings of...wrong turn, and never reach the great chamber we had firstentered. Even supposing we took the shortest road, it was but too probable our strength would...
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