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" There being no wind, we were obliged, when the ebb was spent, to cast anchor, and wait for the next. The heat of the sun on the vessel was excessive, the company strangers to me, and not very agreeable. Near the river side I saw what I took to be... "
The Literary Gazette: A Weekly Journal of Literature, Science, and the Fine Arts - 5. oldal
Szerkesztette: - 1817
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Memoirs of Benjamin Franklin, 1. kötet

1859
...the company strangers to me, and not very agreeable. Near the river side I saw what 1 took to be t pleasant green meadow, in the middle of which was...it struck my fancy I could sit and read, (having a buck in my pocket) and pass the time agreeably till the tide turned ; I therefore prevailed with the...

Life and Times of Benjamin Franklin, 1. kötet

James Parton - 1865
...the vessel was excessive, the company strangers to me, and not very agreeable. Near the river side I saw what I took to be a pleasant green meadow, in the middle of which was a lariie shady tree, where, it struck my fancy, I could sit and read (having a book in my pocket), and...

The Irish Monthly, 17. kötet

1889
...the vessel was excessive, the company strangers to me, and not very agreeable. Near the river side I saw what I took to be a pleasant, green meadow, in...a book in my pocket— and pass the time agreeably until the tide turned. I therefore prevailed with the captain to put me ashore. Being landed, I found...

The Life of Benjamin Franklin

Jeremiah Chaplin - 1876 - 398 oldal
...the vessel was excessive, the company strangers to me, and not very agreeable. Near the river side I saw what I took to be a pleasant green meadow, in...and pass the time agreeably till the tide turned. 1 therefore prevailed with the captain to put me ashore. Being landed, I found the greatest part of...

The biblical museum. Old Testament, 9. kötet

James Comper Gray - 1876
...vessel was excessive— the company strangers to me, and not very agreeable. Near the river side I saw what I took to be a pleasant green meadow, in...and read — having a book in my pocket — and pass tie time agreebly until the tide turned. I therefore prevailed with the captain to put me ashore. Being...

Notes of Lessons on Moral Subjects: A Handbook for Teachers in Elementary ...

Frederick William Hackwood - 1883 - 216 oldal
...the vessel was excessive, the company strangers to me and not very agreeable. Near the river-side I saw what I took to be a pleasant green meadow, in...tree, where, it struck my fancy, I could sit and read and pass the time agreeably until the tide turned. I therefore prevailed on the captain to put me ashore....

Six thousand illustrations of moral and religious truths

Cyclopaedia - 1885
...vessel was excessive — the company strangers to me, and not very agreeable. Near the river aide I saw what I took to be a pleasant green meadow, in...book in my pocket — and pass the time agreeably until the tide turned. I therefore prevailed with the captain to put me ashore. Being landed I found...

The Irish Monthly, 17. kötet

1889
...the vessel was excessive, tin? company strangers to me, and not very agreeable. Near the river side I saw what I took to be a pleasant, green meadow, in...shady tree, where, it struck my fancy. I could sit and read—having a book in my pocket—and pass the time agreeably until the tide turned. I therefore...

The Writings of Benjamin Franklin, 8. kötet

Benjamin Franklin - 1906
...the Vessel was excessive, the Corhpany Strangers to me, and not very agreable. Near the river Side I saw what I took to be a pleasant green Meadow, in...read, (having a Book in my Pocket,) and pass the time agreably till the tide turned. I therefore prevail'd with the Captain to put me ashore. Being landed,...

Benjamin Franklin, Self-revealed: A Biographical and Critical ..., 1. kötet

William Cabell Bruce - 1917
...the Vessel was excessive, the Company Strangers to me, and not very agreeable. Near the river Side I saw what I took to be a pleasant green Meadow, in...the time agreeably till the tide turned. I therefore prevail'd with the Captain to put me ashore. Being landed, I found the greatest part of my Meadow was...




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