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" Erica had feared ; — worse than finding the boat gone ; — worse than meeting it in the wide fiord. What was to be done ? There was nothing for it but to do nothing, — to lie perfectly still in the shadow, ready, however, to push out on the first... "
Feats on the Fiord: A Tale - Page 119
by Harriet Martineau - 1841 - 375 pages
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Good words for the young, ed. by N. Macleod

Norman Macleod - 1872
...now," said Hans ; but when they began to retrace their steps, no pathway to the right was to be seen ! What was to be done ? There was nothing for it but to go on ; so they wandered along, weary and faint with hunger, and finding the golden raiment they had...
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The Works of William Makepeace Thackeray, Volume 3

William Makepeace Thackeray - English literature - 1868
...of a card, and asking what was to be done, and whether such debts were not monstrous, preposterous ? What was to be done ?-" There was nothing for it but to pay. Wenham and the others told the Major of young men who owed twice as much — five times a much...
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AN IRISH STORY

ARCHIE MASON - 1869
...looked at one another in consternation. Frank was not a good swimmer, and Archie could not swim at all. What was to be done ? There was nothing for it but to spend the night where they were. 'And I've a box of matches here, sir; let's make a fire.' No sooner...
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The Works of William Makepeace Thackeray, Volume 3

William Makepeace Thackeray - English literature - 1879
...of a card, and asking what was to be done, and whether such debts were not monstrous, preposterous? What was to be done? — There was nothing for it but to pay. Wenham and the others told the Major of young men who owed twice as much— five times as much—...
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Complete Works, Volume 3

William Makepeace Thackeray - 1881
...of a card, and asking what was to be done, and whether such debts were not monstrous, preposterous ? What was to be done ? — There was nothing for it but to pa}'. Wenham and the others told the Major of young men who owed twice as much — five times as much...
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Feats on the Fiord, a Tale of Norway

Harriet Martineau - Country life - 1883 - 220 pages
...now ? Here was the very worst danger that Erica had feared—worse than finding the boat gone—worse than meeting it in the wide fiord. What was to be done ? There was nothing for it but to do nothing—to lie perfectly still in the shadow, ready, however, to push out on the first movement of...
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Ireland's Dream: A Romance of the Future

Edmund David Lyon - 1888
...could hold out so long. He feared not, and so did some of the heads of the lodges whom he consulted. What was to be done ? There was nothing for it but to retire out of range, and make his men lie down. This course was adopted, and the Catholic leader, who...
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The Complete Works of William Makepeace Thackeray, Volume 1; Volume 3

William Makepeace Thackeray - English literature - 1889
...of a card, and asking what was to be done, and whether such debts were not monstrous, preposterous ! What was to be done ? — There was nothing for it but to pay. Wenham and the others told the Major of young men who owed twice as much — five times as much...
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Thackeray's Works, Volume 1; Volume 12

William Makepeace Thackeray - English literature - 1891
...of a card, and asking what was to be done, and whether such debts were not monstrous, preposterous ? What was to be done ? — There was nothing for it but to pay. Wenham and the others told the Major of young men who owed twice as much — five times as much...
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The history of Pendennis

William Makepeace Thackeray - 1898
...of a card, and asking what was to be done, and whether such debts were not monstrous, preposterous ? What was to be done ? — There was nothing for it but to pay. Wenham and the others told the Major of young men who owed twice as much— five times as much...
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