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" ... below zero, immediately took the consistency of ice, and thus we actually became the inhabitants of an iceberg during one of the most severe winters hitherto recorded; our sufferings aggravated by want of bedding, clothing, and animal food, need not... "
The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction - Page 282
1833
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Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Volume 3

Commerce - 1840
...immediately took the consistency of ice, and thus we actually became the inhabitants of an iceberg during one of the most severe winters hitherto recorded...the carpenter, was the only man who perished at this teach ; but three others, besides one who had lost his foot, were reduced to the last stage of debility,...
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The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Volume 3

1840
...immediately took the consistency of ice, and thus we actually became the inhabitants of an iceberg during one of the most severe winters hitherto recorded...animal food, need not be dwelt upon. Mr. C. Thomas, the earpenter, was the only man who perished at this beach ; but three others, besides one who had lost...
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The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Volume 3

Freeman Hunt, William B. Dana - Commerce - 1840
...immediately took the consistency of ice, and thus we actually became the inhabitants of an iceberg during one of the most severe winters hitherto recorded...by want of bedding, clothing, and animal food, need not.be dwelt upon. Mr. C. Thomas, the carpenter, was the only man who perished at this beach ; but...
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The Western Miscellany, Volume 1

1778
...immediately took the consistency of ice, and thus we actually became the inhabitants of an iceberg during one of the most severe winters hitherto recorded;...our number were able to carry provisions in seven journiee of sixty-two miles each to Batty Bay. "We left Fury Beach on the 8th of July, carrying with...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 26

1850
...thick. Here they lost one of their party, Mr. C. Thomas, the carpenter ; and three others, beside the one who had lost his foot, were reduced to the last stage of debility, and only thirteen of the whole party were able to carry provisions in seven journeys, of sixtytwo miles each, to Batty Bay....
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Explorers and Exploration, Volume 8

Marshall Cavendish Corporation - Juvenile Nonfiction - 2005 - 11 pages
...forced by want of provisions and the approach of a most severe winter [we returned] to Fury Beach. . . . Our sufferings, aggravated by want of bedding, clothing, and animal food, need not be dwelt upon . . . [but] we were reduced to the last stage of debility. . . . We left Fury Beach on July 8, carrying...
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The United Service Journal

Military art and science - 1833
...immediately took the consistency of ice, and thus we actually became the inhabitants of an iceberg during one of the most severe winters hitherto recorded...were reduced to the last stage of debility, and only 13 of our number were able to carry provisions in seven journeys, of 62 miles each, to Batty Bay. (...
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Annual Register, Volume 75

Edmund Burke - History - 1834
...; and thus we actually became the inhabitants of 150 [IB33. an iceberg during one of the most seme winters hitherto recorded ; our sufferings, aggravated...were reduced to the last stage of debility, and only 13 of our number were able to carry provisions in seven jouruies of 02 miles each to Batty Bay. We...
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The United Service Magazine, Part 3

Military art and science - 1833
...became the inhabitants of an iceberg during one of the most severe winters hitherto recorded ; •ur sufferings, aggravated by want of bedding, clothing,...were reduced to the last stage of debility, and only 13 of our number were able to carry provisions in seven journeys, of 62 miles each, to Batty Bay. "...
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henry colburn - 1833
...during one ol IBę most severe winters hitherto recorded. Our sufferings, aggravated by want of beading, clothing, and animal food, need not be dwelt upon....man who perished at this beach ; but three others, besito one who had lost his foot, were reduced to the last stage of debility, and only thirteen of...
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