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" Bell, our medical friend who had accompanied us, had saved their coats ; but the tail of mine, with a pocket handkerchief, served to keep Sophia's feet warm, and we made breeches for the children with our neckcloths. Rain now came on, but fortunately... "
Asiatic Journal - Page 223
1824
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The Oriental herald and colonial review [ed. by J.S. Buckingham].

James Silk Buckingham - 1824
...friend, who had accompanied us, had saved their coats, the tail ol mine, with a pocket handkerchief, served to keep Sophia's feet warm ; and we made breeches...Rain now came on, but fortunately it was not of long coutiuuance, and we got dry again— the night became serene and starlight. We were now certain of...
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The Oriental Herald, and Journal of General Literature, Volume 2

James Silk Buckingham - Great Britain - 1824
...friend, who had accompanied us, had saved their coats, the tail of mine, with a pocket handkerchief, served to keep Sophia's feet warm ; and we made breeches for the children with our neckcloths. Hain now came on, but fortunately it was vutof-lui'f continuance, and we got dry again — the night...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 94, Part 2; Volume 136

Early English newspapers - 1824
...friend, who had accompanied us, had saved their coats, the toil of mine, with a pocket handkerchief, served to keep Sophia's feet warm ; and we made breeches for the children with our neckcloth*. Rain now came on, bat fortunately it was not of long continuance, and we got dry again...
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The Oriental Herald, Volume 2

Christianity - 1824
...tail ot mine, with a pocket handkerchief, served to keep Sophia's feet warm ; and we made breeches tor the children with our neckcloths. Rain now came on, but fortunately it was not uf long continuance, and we got dry Win— the night became serene and starlight. We were now certain...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Volume 17

Walter Scott - Europe - 1825
...friend, who had accompanied us, had saved their coats ; the tail of mine, with a pocket handkerchief, served to keep Sophia's feet warm ; and we made breeches...course, and the men behaved manfully — they rowed incessant!}', and with good heart and spirit, and never did poor mortals look out morefor daylight...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Volume 17

Walter Scott - Europe - 1825
...friend, who had accompanied us, had saved their coats ; the tail of mine, with a pocket handkerchief, served to keep Sophia's feet warm ; and we made breeches...were now certain of our course, and the men behaved man-- fully — they rowed incessantly, and with good heart and spirit, and never didpoormortaislook...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register for 1824

ARCHIBALD CONSTABLE & CO. - 1825
...who had accompanied us, had saved their coats ; the tail of mine, with a pocket handkerchief, nerved to keep Sophia's feet warm ; and we made breeches...were now certain of our course, and the men behaved manfully—they rowed incessantly, and with good heart and spirit, and never did poor mortals look...
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The Portfolio of Entertaining & Instructive Varieties in History ..., Volume 4

1825
...friend, who accompanied us, had saved their coats : the shirt of mine, with a pocket handkerchief, served to keep Sophia's feet warm; and we made breeches...was not of long continuance, and we got dry again, tbe night became serene and Marligut. We were now certain of our course, and the men behaved manfully;...
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Harry and Lucy Concluded;: Being the Last Part of Early Lessons, Volumes 3-4

Maria Edgeworth - Didactic fiction - 1825 - 336 pages
...miles, and casting that kind of blue light over us, which is, of all others, most luridly horrible. Rain now came on, but fortunately it was not of long continuance, and the night became serene and starlight. The men behaved manfully, they rowed incessantly, and never...
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The Monthly Magazine

1826
...friend, who had accompanied us, had saved their coats; the tail of mine, \vith a pocket handkerchief, served to keep Sophia's feet warm, and we made breeches...dry again ; the night became serene and starlight." Fortunately the boats made their point in safety ; but Sir Stamford Raffles' loss in valuable maps,...
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