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" The Yakuti then with their axes proceeded to fell timber, while I and the Cossack with our lopatkas, or wooden spades, cleared away the snow which was generally a couple of feet deep. We then spread branches of the pine tree, to fortify us from the damp... "
Asiatic Journal - Page 134
1824
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Narrative of a Pedestrian Journey Through Russia and Siberian Tartary: From ...

John Dundas Cochrane - Siberia (Russia) - 1824 - 344 pages
...take the bridle out of their mouths, and tie them to a tree in such a manner that they could not eat. The Yakuti then with their axes proceeded to fell...now soon made, and each bringing a leathern bag from the baggage, furnished himself with a seat. We then put the kettle on the fire, and soon forgot the...
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The London Magazine, Volume 10

1824
...broadside, yet without injury to me, as I used no The Yakuti then with their axes proceeded to tell q z ( f ^ I+ ԝ E H s <r }I چ x*I| @P o J" D | # 6 ...7 ' C I3 q a R iM U ] ' w F һ : а good fire was now soon made, and each bringing a leathern bag from the baggage, furnished himself...
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Miscellany, Volume 18

Asia - 1824
...Review. — Cochrane't Pedestrian Journey. . and fie them to a tree in such a manner that they could eat. The Yakuti then with their axes proceeded to fell...snow, which was generally a couple of feet deep. We theu spread branches of the pine tree, to fortify us from the damp or cold earth beneath us: a good...
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Sommerset House Gazette, and Literary Museum; Or: Weekly Miscellany of the ...

1824
...The Yakut! then with their axes proceeded to fell tember, while I and the Cossack with our lopatkaa or wooden spades cleared away the snow which was generally...pine tree, to fortify us from the damp or cold earth licneath us : a good fire was now soon made, and each bringinga leathern bag from the baggage, furnished...
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Narrative of a Pedestrian Journey Through Russia and Siberian ..., Volume 1

John Dundas Cochrane - Russia - 1824 - 415 pages
...take the bridle out of their mouths, and tic them to a tree in such a manner that they could not eat. The Yakuti then with their axes proceeded to fell timber, while I and the Cossack with our lopaikas or wooden spades cleared away the snow, which was generally a couple of feet deep. We then...
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The New Annual Register, Or General Repository of History, Politics, and ...

English poetry - 1825
...the bridle out of their mouths, and tie them to a tree in' such a manner that they could not eat. Tba Yakuti then with their axes proceeded to fell timber,...now soon made, and each bringing a leathern bag from the baggage, furnished himself with a seat. We then put the kettle on the fire, and soon forgot the...
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Narrative of a pedestrian journey through Russia and Siberian ..., Volume 1

John Dundas Cochrane - 1825
...bridle out of their mouths, and tie them to a tree in such a manner that they could not eat. The Yakut! then with their axes proceeded to fell timber, while...now soon made, and each bringing a leathern bag from the baggage, furnished himself with a seat. "We then put the kettle on the fire, and soon forgot the...
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Constable's miscellany of original and selected publications, Volumes 36-37

Constable and co, ltd - 1829
...take the bridle out of their mouths, and tie them to a tree in such a manner that they could not eat. The Yakuti then with their axes proceeded to fell...now soon made, and each bringing a leathern bag from the baggage, furnished himself with a seat. We then put the kettle on the fire, and soon forgot the...
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A Pedestrian Journey Through Russia and Siberian Tartary: To the ..., Volume 1

John Dundas Cochrane - Russia - 1829
...bridle out of their mouths, and tie them to a tree in such a manner that they could not eat. The Yaknti then with their axes proceeded to fell timber, while...now soon made, and each bringing a leathern bag from the baggage, furnished himself with a seat. We then put the kettle on the fire, and soon forgot the...
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The Triumphs of Perseverance and Enterprise: Recorded as Examples for the Young

Thomas Cooper - Biography - 1854 - 376 pages
...take the bridle out of their mouths, and tie them to a tree in such a manner that they could not eat. The Yakuti then with their axes proceeded to fell...now soon made, and each bringing a leathern bag from the baggage, furnished himself with a seat. We then put the kettle on the fire, and soon forgot the...
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