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" AIR !' was the general cry. Every insult that could be devised against the guard, all the opprobrious names and abuse that the suba, monickshund, &c. could be loaded with, were repeated to provoke the guard to fire upon us, every man that could rushing... "
Biennial Report of the State Board of Health of California - Page 95
by California. Department of Public Health - 1871
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A Voyage to the East Indies: Began in 1750 with Observations ..., Volume 2

John Henry Grose - India - 1766 - 496 pages
...the drops as they fell, like heavy rain from his head and face. By half an hour after eleven, moft of the living were in an outrageous delirium. They found that water heightened their uneafinefles ; and " Air, air," was the general cry. Every infult that could be devifed againft the...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

History - 1795 - 532 pages
...calmness, but the ranks next the windows. They all now found, that water, instead of relieving, rather heightened their uneasiness ; and, Air, air, was the general cry. Every insult that cou!d be devised against the guard, all the opprobrious names and sbuse that the suba, Monickchund,...
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Encyclopędia Britannica: Or, A Dictionary of Arts ..., Volume 4, Part 1

Colin Macfarquhar, George Gleig - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1797 - 454 pages
...the drops as they fell, like heavy rain, from his head and face. By half an hour after eleven, moil of the living were in an outrageous delirium. They found that water heightened their uneafineiTes ; and " Air, air," was the general cry. Every-infult that could be deviled againll the...
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The Eccentric Mirror: Reflecting a Faithful and Interesting Delineation of ...

G. H. Wilson - Biography - 1807 - 442 pages
...windows. They all now found, that water, instead of relieving, rather heightened their uneasinesses ; and Air, air, was the general cry. Every insult that...devised against the guard, all the opprobrious names and abuse that the suba, Monickchund, could be loaded with, were repeated to provoke the guard to fire...
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The Panoplist, Or, the Christian's Armory, Volume 3

Congregational churches - 1808 - 604 pages
...drops as they fell like heavy rain, from his head and face. By half an hour past eleven, most of thé living were in an outrageous delirium. They found...Every insult that could be devised against the guard, ull the opprobrious names that the viceroy and his officers could bo loaded with, were repeated, to...
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The Panoplist (and Missionary magazine) conducted by an association of ...

1808 - 614 pages
...and catching the drops as they fell like heavy rain, from his head and face. By hilf an hour раы eleven, most of the living were in an outrageous delirium....heightened their uneasiness ; and " air, air,™ was tbe general cry. Every insult that coi. lil be devised against the guard, all tbe opprobrious names...
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Encyclopędia Britannica: or, A dictionary of arts and sciences ..., Volume 5

Encyclopaedia Britannica - 1810 - 820 pages
...drops as they fell, like heavy ruin, from his head and face. By halt an hour after eleven, moil ot the living were in an outrageous delirium. They found that water heightened their untafinefs ; and " Air, air," was the general cry. Every inlult that could be devifed againft the guard;...
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Encyclopaedia Britannica; Or A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and ..., Volume 5

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1823 - 848 pages
...and catching the drops as they fell, like heavy rain, from his bead and face. By half an hour after eleven, most of the living were in an outrageous delirium....cry. Every insult that could be devised against the gnard ; all the opprobrious names that the viceroy and his officers could be loaded with, were repeated,...
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The Shropshire gazetteer

Shropshire gazetteer - 1824 - 1028 pages
...diversion. like heavy rain, from his head and late. By half an hour after eleven, most of the living were iu an outrageous delirium. They found that water heightened...viceroy and his officers could be loaded with, were repeat* ed to provoke the guard to fire upon them. Every man had eager hopes to meet the first shot...
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The Terrific Register: Or, Record of Crimes, Judgments, Providences, and ...

Adventure and adventurers - 1825 - 840 pages
...should myself become a greater object of it. They all now found that water, instead of relieving, rather heightened their uneasiness ; and, " AIR, AIR," was...devised against the guard, all the opprobrious names and abuse that the Suba, Monickshun, &c. could be loaded with, were repeated to provoke the guard to...
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