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" Pim began to screech and throw up his hands (his face as black as my hat) ; this brought the captain and lieutenant to a stand, as they could not hear sufficiently to make out his language. "At length Pim reached the party, quite beside himself, and stammered... "
O'Byrne's naval annual - 100. oldal
1855
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The Nautical Magazine: A Journal of Papers on Subjects Connected ..., 22. kötet

1853
...he had seen a tail, or a cloven foot. At length Pirn reached the party, quite beside himself also. Stammered out, on M'Clure asking him, who are you, and where are you come from ? " Lieutenant Pirn — Herald — Captain Kellett." This was more inexplicable to M'Clure, as I was the last person...

The North-west Passage: Capt

Sir Robert John Le Mesurier McClure - 1853 - 48 oldal
...run if he had seen a tail or a cloyen foot. At length Pim reached the party, quite beside himself. Stammered out, (on M'Clure asking him, Who are you,...Lieutenant Pim — Herald— Captain Kellett.' This was the more inexplicable to M'Clure, as I was the last person he shook hands with in Behring Strait. He...

The North American Review, 80. kötet

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, James Russell Lowell, Henry Cabot Lodge - 1855
...his hands (his face was as black as my hat) ; this brought the Captain and Lieutenant to a stand, as they could not hear sufficiently to make out his language....party, quite beside himself, and stammered out, on McClure's asking him, ' Who are you, and where do you come from?' ' Lieutenant Pim, Herald, Captain...

The north-west passage and the fate of Sir John Franklin

James Alex Browne - 1860 - 102 oldal
...as my hat); this brought the captain and lieutenant to a stand, as they could not hear sufficienly to make out his language. " At length Pim reached...M'Clure, as I was the last person he shook hands with in Behring's Straits. He at length found that this solitary stranger was a true Englishman—an angel...

Sir John Franklin and the Arctic regions, a narrative showing the progress ...

Peter Lund Simmonds - 1860
...up his hands (his fa«e as black as my hat) ; this brought the captain and lieutenant to a stand, as they could not hear sufficiently to make out his language....and where are you come from,' — 'Lieutenant Pim, Serald, Captain Kellet.' This was more inexplicable to M'Clure, as I was the last person he shook hands...

Discovery and Adventure in the Polar Seas and Regions

Sir John Leslie, Hugh Murray - 1860 - 652 oldal
...stand, as they could not hear p^'df 1 ^' sufficiently to make out his language. Herald. " At length Pirn reached the party, quite beside himself, and stammered...are you, and where are you come from?' 'Lieutenant Pirn, Herald, Captain Kellet.' This was the more inexplicable to M'Clure, as I was the last person...

Arctic discovery and adventure, by the author of 'Brazil, its history ...

Arctic discovery - 1799
...up his hands (his face as black as my hat) ; this brought the captain and lieutenant to a stand, as they could not hear sufficiently to make out his language. "At length Pirn reached the party quite beside himself, and stammered out, on McClure asking him, ' Who are you,...

Adventures in the ice: a summary of Arctic exploration, discovery and adventure

1869
...np his hands (his face as black as my hat) ; this brought the captain and lieutenant to a stand, as they could not hear sufficiently to make out his language. " At length Pirn reached the party, quite beside himself, and stammered out, on McClure asking him, ' "Who are...

Adventures in the Ice: A Comprehensive Summary of Arctic Exploration ...

John Tillotson - 1869 - 284 oldal
...up his hands (his face as black as my hat) ; this brought the captain and lieutenant to a stand, as they could not hear sufficiently to make out his language. " At length Pirn reached the party, quite beside himself, and stammered out, on McClure asking him, ' Who are you,...

Sir John Franklin and the Arctic regions, a narrative showing the progress ...

1875
...up his hands (his fate as black as my hat) ; this brought the captain and lieutenant to a stand, as they could not hear sufficiently to make out his language....you, and where are you come from,' — 'Lieutenant Pirn, Herald, Captain Kellet.' This was more inexplicable to M'Clure, as I was the last person he shook...




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