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" In some places, immense fragments of rock, hurled upon the house-roofs, bore down along the streets masses of confused ruin, which yet more and more, with every hour, obstructed the way ; and as the day advanced, the motion of the earth was more sensibly... "
Last Days of Pompeii - 172. oldal
szerző: Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton - 1835
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Asiatic Journal

1834
...fragments of rock, hurled upon the house-roofs, bore down along the streets masses of confused luin, which yet more and more, with every hour, obstructed...advanced, the motion of the earth was more sensibly felt — the footing seemed to slide and creep — nor could chariot or litter be kept steady, even...

The Beauties of the English Annuals for MDCCCXXXV.

1834 - 192 oldal
...bearing with them ' . iig and suffocating vapour. In some places immense fragments of rocn niitled upon the house-roofs, bore down along the streets...advanced, the motion of the earth was more sensibly felt — the footing seemed to slide and creep — nor could chariot or litter be kept steady, even...

The Beauties of the English annuals for MDCCCXXXV.

1834 - 192 oldal
...strong and suffocating vapour. In some places immense fragments of rock hurled upon the housu-roofs, bore down along the streets masses of confused ruin,...advanced, the motion of the earth was more sensibly felt — the footing seemed to slide and creep — nor could chariot or litter be kept steady, even...

The Museum of Foreign Literature, Science and Art, 26. kötet

Robert Walsh, John Jay Smith - 1835
...affrighted wanderers, the unsubstantial vapours were as the bodily forms of gigantic foes, — the agents of terror and of death. "The ashes in many...advanced, the motion of the earth was more sensibly felt — the footing seemed to slide and creep — nor could chariot or litter be kept steady, even...

The Family Magazine, Or, General Abstract of Useful Knowledge, 2. kötet

1835
...in many places were already knee-deep ; and the boiling showers which came from the steaming oreath of the volcano forced their way into the houses, bearing...advanced, the motion of the earth was more sensibly felt — the footing seemed to slide and creep — nor could chariot or litter be kept steady, even...

Family Magazine: Or Monthly Abstract of General Knowledge, 2. kötet

1835
...in many places w,ere already knee-deep; and the boiling showers which came from the steaming oreath of the volcano forced their way into the houses, bearing...advanced, the motion of the earth was more sensibly felt — the footing seemed to slide and creep — nor could chariot or litter be kept steady, even...

The last days of Pompeii, by the author of 'Pelham'.

Edward George E.L. Bulwer- Lytton (1st baron.) - 1839
...strong and suffocating vapour. In some places, immense fragments of rock, hurled upon the house roofs, bore down along the streets masses of confused ruin,...more sensibly felt—the footing seemed to slide and creep — nor could chariot or litter be kept steady, even on the most level ground. Sometimes the...

Miscellaneous Scrap Book, 1. kötet

1834
...strong and suffocating vapor. In some places immense fragments of rock, hurled upon the house roofs, bore down along the streets masses of confused ruin,...the way ; and as the day advanced- the motion of the earjh was sensibly felt — the footing seemed to slide and creep — nor could chariot or litter be...

Webster's Reciter, Or, Elocution Made Easy: Plainly Showing the Proper ...

Henry Llewellyn Williams - 1870 - 192 oldal
...through the chasms of the distant mountain. The ashes, in many places, were already knee-deep ; and in some places, immense fragments of rock, hurled...advanced, the motion of the earth was more sensibly felt; the footing seemed to slide and creep, nor could chariot or litter be kept steady, even on the...

The Best of All Good Company

Blanchard Jerrold - 1872 - 472 oldal
...affrighted wanderers, the unsubstantial vapours were as the bodily forms of gigantic foes, — the agents of terror and of death. The ashes in many places...advanced, the motion of the earth was more sensibly felt — the footing seemed to slide and creep — nor could chariot or litter be kept steady, even...




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