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" ... away after hour without the least mitigation of the awful circumstances in which we were placed. Indeed, there seemed to be but little probability of our ships holding together much longer, so frequent and violent were the shocks they sustained. The... "
Tracts for the people - Sayfa 48
Tracts for the people tarafından - 1847
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The Church-warder and domestic magazine, 1-2. ciltler

1847
...and violent were the shocks they sustained. The loud crashing noise of the straining and working of the timbers and decks, as she was driven against some...express my admiration of their conduct on this trying occasion; throughout a period of twentyeight hours, during any one of which there appeared to be very...
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1847
...and violent were the shocks they sustained. The loud crashing noise of the straining and working of the timbers and decks, as she was driven against some...trust in Him who controls all events, with dismay. . . At 2 PM the storm gained its height, when the barometer stood at 28-40 inches, and after that time...
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A Voyage of Discovery and Research in the Southern and Antarctic ..., 2. cilt

Sir James Clark Ross - 1847
...activity and exertions of our people could not prevent, CHAP. VI.] PERILOUS SITUATION OF THE SHIPS. was sufficient to fill the stoutest heart, that was...express my admiration of their conduct on this trying occasion ; throughout a period of twentyeight hours, during any one of which there appeared to be very...
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A Voyage of Discovery and Research in the Southern and Antarctic ..., 2. cilt

Sir James Clark Ross - 1847
...and violent were the shocks they sustained. The loud crashing noise of the straining and working of the timbers and decks, as she was driven against some...was sufficient to fill the stoutest heart, that was 1842. not supported by trust in Him who controls all events, with dismay ; and I should commit an act...
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A Voyage of Discovery and Research in the Southern and Antarctic ..., 2. cilt

Sir James Clark Ross - 1847
...and violent were the shocks they sustained. The loud crashing noise of the straining and working of the timbers and decks, as she was driven against some...activity and exertions of our people could not prevent, X CHAP. VI.] PERILOUS SITUATION OF THE SHIPS. 169 was sufficient to fill the stoutest heart, that was...
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Summer in the Antarctic Regions: A Narrative of Voyages of Discovery Towards ...

Charles Tomlinson - 1848 - 203 sayfa
...and violent were the shocks they sustained. The loud crashing noise of the straining and working of the timbers and decks, as she was driven against some...trust in Him who controls all events, with dismay." Although they were thus forced by the storm many miles deeper into the pack, they could not perceive...
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Curiosities [afterw.] Romance of modern travel

1848
...and violent were the shocks they sustained. The loud crashing noise of the straining and working of the timbers and decks, as she was driven against some...trust in Him who controls all events, with dismay. * * * At two pm the storm gained its height, when the barometer stood at 28-40 inches, and after that...
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The Recreation

1848
...and violent were the shocks they sustained. The loud crashing noise of the straining and working of the timbers and decks, as she was driven against some...trust in Him who controls all events, with dismay. At 2 PM the storm gained its height, when the barometer stood at 28.40 inches, and after that time...
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The North British Review, 8-9. ciltler

1848
...and creaking of the timber and decks, " which was sufficient to fill the stoutest heart with dismay, that was not supported by trust in Him who controls all events." " The storm pained its height at 2 hp MAlthough we had been forced many miles deeper into the pack,...
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Friends' Review: A Religious, Literary and Miscellaneous Journal, 1. cilt

Enoch Lewis, Samuel Rhoads - 1848
...and creaking of tin; timber and decks, " which was sufficient to fill the stoutest heart with dismay, that was not supported by trust in Him who controls all events." " The storm gained its height at 2 h. PM Although we had been forced many miles deeper into the pack,...
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