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" We found the opening of the chamber which we now approached, guarded by a trench of unknown depth, and wide enough to require a good leap/ The first Arab jumped the ditch and we all followed him. The passage we entered was extremely small, and so low... "
The London Medical and Physical Journal - Page 476
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The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th]

1817
...the ditch, and we all followed him. The passage we entered was extremely small, and so low in some places as to oblige us to crawl flat on the ground,...terminated at length in a chamber much smaller than that we had left, but, like it, containing nothing to satisfy our curiosity. Our search hitherto had been...
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The Medical and Physical Journal, Volume 37

Medicine - 1817
...The passage we entered was extremely small, and so low in •ome places as to oblige us to crawl Uat on the ground, and almost always on our hands and...but the mummies might not be far distant; another effort, and we might still be successful. " The Arab whom I followed, and who led the way, now entered...
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Narrative of a journey in Egypt and the country beyond the cataracts

Thomas Legh - Egypt - 1816 - 157 pages
...the ditch, and we all followed him. The passage we entered was extremely small, and so low in some places as to oblige us to crawl flat on the ground, and almost always o Q on our hands and knees. The intricacies of its windings reO sembled a labyrinth, and it terminated...
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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
...the ditch, and we all followed him. The passage we entered was extremely small, and so low in some places as to oblige us to crawl flat on the ground,...smaller than that which we had left, but, like it, contained nothing to satisfy our curiosity. Our search hitherto had been fruitless, but the mummies...
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Annual Register, Volume 58

Edmund Burke - History - 1817
...the ditch, and we all followed him. The passage we entered was extremely small, and so low in some places as to oblige us to crawl flat on the ground,...smaller than that which we had left, but, like it, containingnothing to satisfy our curiosity. Our search hitherto had been fruitless, but the mummies...
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Dodsley's Annual Register, Volume 58

History - 1817
...the ditch, and we all followed him. The passage we entered was extremely small, and so low in some places as to oblige us to crawl flat on the ground,...intricacies of its windings resembled a labyrinth, und it terminated at length in a chamber much smaller than that which we had left, but, like it, contain!...
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The Literary Panorama and National Register, Volume 5

English literature - 1817
...the ditch, and we all followed him. The passage we entered was extremely small, and so low in some places. as to oblige us to crawl flat on the ground,...knees. The intricacies of its windings resembled a lab) rinlh, and it terminated at length in я chamber much smaller than that which we had left, but,...
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Miscellany ..., Volume 3

Asia - 1817
...the ditch, and we all fol» lowed him The passage we entered was extremely small, and so low in some places as to oblige us to crawl flat on the ground, and almost always on our hands aud knees. The intricacies of its windings resemble:! a labyrinth, and it terminated at lenuth in a...
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The Coila Repository: And Kilmarnock Monthly Magazine

1818
...jumped the ditch and we all followed him. The passage we entered was extremely small, and so low in some places as to oblige us to crawl flat on the ground,...but the mummies might not be far distant ; another effort, and we might still be successful. The Arab whom I followed, and who led the way, now entered...
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The Nic-nac: Or, Literary Cabinet, Volume 1

1823
...the ditch, and we all followed him. The passage we entered was extremely small, and so low in some places as to oblige us to crawl flat on the ground,...terminated at length in a chamber much smaller than that We had left ; but, like it, containing nothing to satisfy our curiosity. Our f search hitherto had...
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