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" My wife, either frozen with fear, or aware of the danger attending any attempt to fly, remained motionless in her place, while the children took refuge in her lap. The cry they uttered attracted my attention, and I hastened towards the door ; but my astonishment... "
The Terrific Register: Or, Record of Crimes, Judgments, Providences, and ... - 258. oldal
1825
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The Quarterly Review, 22. kötet

1820
...very threshold of the door. My wite, eitlier fro/on with fear, or aware of the danger attending any attempt to fly, remained motionless in her place, while the children took refuse in her lap. The cry they uttered attracted my attention, and 1 hastened towards the door ; but...

The Christian Journal, and Literary Register, 5. kötet

1821
...upon the threshold of the door. My wife, either frozen with fear, or aware of the danger attending any attempt to fly, remained motionless in her place,...hastened- towards the door ; but my astonishment may we'd be conceived when I found the entrance to it barred in such a way. Although the animal had not...

The American Masonic Register, and Ladies' and Gentlemen's Magazine, 1-2. kötet

1821
...upon the threshold of the door. My wife, either frozen with fear, or aware of the danger attending any attempt to fly, remained motionless in her place,...lap. The cry they uttered attracted my attention, and 1 hastened towards the door; but my astonishment may well be conceived when I found the entrance to...

Recollections of Japan: Comprising a Particular Account of the Religion ...

Catherine Hutton - 1821 - 302 oldal
...on the very threshold of the door. My wife, frozen with fear, remained motionless in her place ; my children took refuge in her lap. The cry they uttered attracted my attention, and I hastened, unarmed as I was, towards the door. The animal had not seen me, and, scarcely knowing what I meant...

Cabinet of Curiosities: Natural, Artificial, and Historical, 2. kötet

Samuel Griswold Goodrich - 1822
...of the door. My wife, either frozen with fear, or aware of the danger attending any attempt to flee, remained motionless in her place, while the children...they uttered attracted my attention, and I hastened toward* the door ; but my astonishment may be well conceived, when I found the entrance barred in such...

The Manchester iris, 1. kötet,1-23. kiadás

1822
...very threshold of the door ! My wife, either frozen with ffiiir or aware of the danger attending any attempt to fly, remained motionless in her place, while the children took refuse in her lap. The cry they uttered attracted my attention, and I hastened towards the door ; but...

The Cabinet of Curiosities: Or, Wonders of the World Displayed, Forming a ...

1824 - 432 oldal
...very , threshold of the door ! My wife, either frozen with fear or aware of the danger attending any attempt to fly, remained motionless in her place,...hastened towards the door ; but my astonishment may well be conceived, when I found the entrance to it barred in such a way. — Although the animal had...

The Cabinet of Curiosities: Or, Wonders of the World Displayed, Forming a ...

1824 - 432 oldal
...very threshold of the door ! My wife, cither frozen with fear or aware of the danger attending any attempt to fly, remained motionless, in her place,...attracted my attention, and I hastened towards the doorj but my astonishment, may well be conceived, when I found the entrance to it barred. in such a...

The Percy Anecdotes: Original and Select [by] Sholto and Reuben ..., 3. kötet

1826
...very threshold of the door. My wife, either frozen with fear, or aware of the danger attending any attempt to fly, remained motionless in her place,...had not seen me, escape, unarmed as I was, appeared impos•ible. Yet I glided gently, scarcely knowing what I meant to do, to the side of the house, up...

The Percy Anecdotes: Original and Select, 3. kötet

Reuben Percy - 1826
...very threshold of the door. My wife, either frozen with fear, or aware of the danger attending any attempt to fly, remained motionless in her place,...such a manner. Although the animal had not seen me, unarmed as I was, escape appeared impossible. Yet I glided gently, scarcely knowing what I meant to...




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