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" He found every thing in confusion, a deck covered with the slain, and the whole crew in consternation at an event they were in no degree prepared for, not having received any intimation of a war. He found the officers in general, and the passengers without... "
Observer: A Collection of Moral, Literary and Familiar Essays - 190. oldal
szerző: Richard Cumberland - 1791
Teljes nézet - Információ erről a könyvről

The Phoenix; or, Weekly miscellany improved

...deck, and lent on board the prize as interpreter to the fir it lieutenant, who was to take pofl'eflion of her. He found every thing in confufion, a deck...for, not having received any intimation of a war. lie found the, officers in general, and the paflengers without exception, under the mod horrid impreffious...

The Attic Miscellany, Or, Characteristic Mirror of Men and Things

James Boswell
...poffeffion of her. He found every thing in epnfufion,a deck covered with the flain . and the whole crew jn confternation at an event they were in no degree prepared...of a war. He found the officers in general and the paffengers without exception under the moft horrid impreflions of the Englifli, and expefting to be...

The British essayists; with prefaces by A. Chalmers

British essayists - 1803
...found every thing in confusion, a deck covered with the slain, and the whole crew in consternation at an event they were in no degree prepared for, not...of a war. He found the officers in general, and the passengers without exception, under the most horrid impressions of the English, and expecting to be...

Beauties of British Prose

1805 - 360 oldal
...found every tiiing in confusion, a deck covered with the slaiiij and the whole crew in consternation at an event they were in no degree prepared for, not...of a war. He found the officers in general, and the passengers without exception, under the most torrid impressions of die English, and expecting; to be...

The British Essayists;: Observer

Alexander Chalmers - 1807
...found every thing in confusion, a deck covered with the slain, and the whole crew in consternation at an event they were in no degree prepared for, not...of a war. He found the officers in general, and the passengers without exception, un. der the most horrid impressions of the English, and expecting to...

The British Essayists;: Observer

Alexander Chalmers - 1807
...confusion, a deck covered with the slain, and the whole crew in consternation at an event they vero in no degree prepared for, not having received any intimation of a war. lie found the officers in general, and the passengers without exception, un. tier the most horrid impressions...

The British Essayists: The Observer

James Ferguson - 1823
...found every thing in confusion, a deck covered with the slain, and the whole crew in consternation at an event they were in no degree prepared for, not...of a war. He found the officers in general, and the passengers without exception, under the most horrid impressions of the English, and expecting to be...

The British Essayists: Observer

1823
...thing in confusion, a deck covered with the slain, and the whole crew in consternationat an eventthev were in no degree prepared for, not having received...of a war. He found the officers in general, and the passengers without exception, under the most horrid impressions of the English, and expecting to be...

The Stanley tales, original and select, 1-3. kötet

Ambrose Marten - 1826
...found every thing in confusion, a deck covered with the slain, and the whole crew in consternation at an event they were in no degree prepared for, not...of a war. He found the officers in general, and the passengers without exception, under the most horrid impressions of the English, and excepting to be...

The Stanley Tales, Original and Select

1827
...the slain, and the whole crew in consternation at an event they were in no degree prepared for, riot having received any intimation of a war. He found the officers in general, and the passengers without exception, under the most horrid impressions of the English, and excepting to be...




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