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" Arab came forward and made an effort to approach the bodies, but stopped short. We looked at each other in silent horror. The danger increased every instant ; our torches burnt faintly ; our breathing became more difficult ; our knees tottered under us,... "
The London Medical and Physical Journal - Page 476
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The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th]

1817
...danger increased every instant ; our torches burnt faintly; our breathing become more difficult; our knees tottered under us, and we felt our strength...could. We heard the remaining Arab shouting after us, calling us Caffres, imploring our assistance, and upbraiding us with deserting him. But we were obliged...
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The Medical and Physical Journal, Volume 37

Medicine - 1817
...danger increased every instant; our torches burnt faintly ; our breathing became more difficult; our knees tottered under us, and we felt our strength...cried to us to < take courage ;' and we began to move bark as fast al •we could. We heard the remaining Arab shouting after us, call, ing us Caffres, imploring...
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Narrative of a journey in Egypt and the country beyond the cataracts

Thomas Legh - Egypt - 1816 - 157 pages
...danger increased every instant; our torches burnt faintly; our breathing became more difficult; our knees tottered under us, and we felt our strength nearly gone. There was no time to be lost—the American, Barthow, cried to us to " take courage," and we began to move back as fast as...
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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
...danger increased every instant ; our torches burnt faintly ; our breathing became more difficult ; our knees tottered under us, and we felt our strength...could. We heard the remaining Arab shouting after us, calling us Caffres, imploring our assistance, and upbraiding us with deserting him. But we were obliged...
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Annual Register, Volume 58

Edmund Burke - History - 1817
...danger increased every instant ; our torches burnt faintly ; our breathing became more difficult; our knees tottered under us, and we felt our strength...could. We heard the remaining Arab shouting after us, calling us Caffres, imploring our assistance, and upbraiding us with deserting him. But we were obliged...
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Dodsley's Annual Register, Volume 58

History - 1817
...danger increased every instant ; our torches burnt faintly ; our breathing became more difficult; our knees tottered under us, and we felt our strength...could. We heard the remaining Arab shouting after us, calling u.' Cadres, imploring our assistance, and upbraiding us with deserting him. But we were obliged...
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Miscellany ..., Volume 3

Asia - 1817
...difficult ; our knees tottered under us, and wo felt our strength nearly gone. There was no time to he lost — the American, Barthow, cried to us to " take...could. We heard the remaining Arab shouting after us, calliag us Caffres, imploring our assistance, and upbraiding us with deserting him. But •we were...
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The Literary Panorama and National Register, Volume 5

English literature - 1817
...our torches burnt faintly ; our breathing became more difficult; our knees tot ter ta uuder us, aud we felt our strength nearly gone. There was no time to be lost — fhe American, B.irtiiow, cried to us" to take coulage," and we begnn to move back as fast as we...
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The Coila Repository: And Kilmarnock Monthly Magazine

1818
...danger increased every instant ; our torches burnt faintly ; our breathing became more difficult ; our knees tottered under us, and we felt our strength...could. We heard the remaining Arab shouting after us, calling us Caffres, imploring our assistance, and upbraiding us with deserting him. But we were obliged...
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The Nic-nac: Or, Literary Cabinet, Volume 1

1823
...tottered under us, and we fdt our strength nearly gone. "There was во time to be lost. TUB MC-NAC. The American, Barthow, cried to us to take courage, and we began to move buck as fast as we could. We heard the remaining Arab shouting after us, calling us Caffres, imploring...
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