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" The drove of mules now came in sight, one following another: a few were carrying no burdens, but the rest were either mounted or heavily laden. As soon as the leading mule came to the commencement of the Pass, he stopped, evidently unwilling to proceed,... "
Belle Assemblée: Or, Court and Fashionable Magazine; Containing Interesting ... - Page 173
1826
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Rough notes taken during some rapid journeys across the Pampas and among the ...

sir Francis Bond Head (1st bart.) - 1826
...— formed altogether a very interesting scene. As soon as the leading mule came to the commcncement of the pass, he stopped, evidently unwilling to proceed,...that account had twice as much to carry as any of * others ; his load had never been relieved, and it consisted of four portmanteaus, two of which belonged...
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The Eclectic Review

1829
...witnessed the passage of a drove of mules along this dangerous path ; and it must have been, as he says, an interesting scene. ' As soon as the leading mule came...belonged to me, and which contained not only a very heavy ba-; of dollars, but also papers which were of such consequence that I could hardly have continued...
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Depping's Evening Entertainments: Compromising Delineations of the ..., Volume 2

Georges-Bernard Depping - Human geography - 1833 - 260 pages
...animals, the different colours and shapes of the luggage they were carrying, with the picturesque dresses of the peons, who were vociferating the wild song...four portmanteaus, two of which belonged to me, and contained not only a heavy bag of dollars, but papers that were of so much consequence, that I could...
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The Monthly Repository and Library of Entertaining Knowledge, Volume 3

1833
...projecting rock, at the end of the Pass, he scrambled down on foot, till he got to the level of the water. " He was the finest mule we had, and on that account, had twice as much to carry as any of the others. With his nose to the ground, literally smelling his way, he walked gently on, often changing the position...
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The People's Magazine, Volume 1

1834
...heavily laden. As soon as the leading mule came to the commencement of the Pass., he stopped, evideutly unwilling to proceed, and of course all the rest stopped...account, had twice as much to carry as any of the others. With his nose to the ground, literally smelling his way, he walked gently on, often changing the position...
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Tales of distant lands

Tales - 1834
...mule came to the place, he stopped, and seemed very unwilling to proceed. He was the finest mule they had, and on that account had twice as much to carry as any of the others. His load consisted of four portmanteaus ; and in one of them was some of Captain Head's money and his papers,...
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The Monthly Repository, and Library of Entertaining Knowledge, Volume 2

F. S. Wiggins Editors: - 1832
...leading mule came to the commencement of the Pia he stopped, evidently unwilling to proceed, and of COL'S all the rest stopped also. " He was the finest mule we had, and on that se«w. had twice as much to carry as any of the others. W: i his nose to the ground, literally smelling...
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The Family Magazine, Or, General Abstract of Useful Knowledge, Volume 2

1835
...following another: a few were carrying no burdens, but the rest were either mounted or heavily laden. As soon as the leading mule came to the commencement...account, had twice as much to carry as any of the others. With his позе to the ground, literally smelling his way, he walked gently on, often changing the...
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Family Magazine: Or Monthly Abstract of General Knowledge, Volume 2

1835
...following another: a few were carrying no burdens, but the rest were either mounted or heavily laden. As soon as the leading mule came to the commencement...account, had twice as much to carry as any of the others. With his позе to the ground, literally smelling his wav. he walked gently on, often changing the...
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The Book of Commerce by Sea and Land: Exhibiting Its Connection with ...

Commerce - 1837 - 185 pages
...unwilling to proceed, and of course all the rest stopped also. 13. " He was the finest mule we had, end, on that account, had twice as much to carry as any of the others. With his nose to the ground, literally smelling his way, he walked gently on, often changing the position...
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