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" As no other animal has so human-like an expression in its countenance, so also is there none that seems to possess more of the passions of humanity. The wounded animal dived immediately, and brought up a number of its companions ; and they all joined... "
The European Magazine, and London Review - Página 221
1818
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The Life of Nelson, Volumen1

Robert Southey - 1814 - 2 páginas
...countenance, so also is there none that (teems to possess more of the passions of humanity. The wounded animal dived immediately, and brought up a number of its...her, till the • Carcass's boat came up : and the M'alrusses, finding their enemies thus reinforced, dispersed. Young Nelson exposed himself in a more...
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Spirit of the English Magazines, Volumen3

1818
...in hii countenance. to aba is there none that wemi to postess more of the potions of humanity. The wounded one dived immediately, and brought up a number...all joined in an attack upon the boat. They wrested aa oar from one of the men ; and it was with the uttnon difficulty that the crew could prevent them...
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The Life of Nelson

Robert Southey - 1835 - 309 páginas
...more of the passions of humanity. The wounded animal dived immediately, and brought up a num» ber of its companions ; and they all joined in an attack...oar from one of the men ; and it was with the utmost diffi* culty that the crew could prevent them from staving or upsetting her, till the Carcass's boat...
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The life of Nelson revised and illustrated, by the Old Sailor

Horatio Nelson Nelson (Viscount), Matthew Henry Barker - 1836 - 80 páginas
...animals, it immediately dived, and brought up a number of its companions, which joined in an attack on the boat. They wrested an oar from one of the men ; and it was with the utmost difficulty that they were prevented from staving or upsetting the boat : till a boat belonging to the Carcase,...
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The Family Library (Harper)., Volumen6

1843
...possess more of the passions of humanity. The wounded animal dived immediately, and brought up a num ber of its companions ; and they all joined in an attack- upon the boat. They wrested an oar fronv cap of the men; and it was with the utmost diffi culty that the crew could prevent them from...
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Excelsior: Helps to Progress in Religion, Science, and Literature, Volúmenes1-2

James Hamilton - 1854
...countenance, so also is there none that seems to possess more of the passions of humanity. The wounded animal dived immediately, and brought up a number of its...the boat. They wrested an oar from one of the men j and it was with the utmost difficulty that the crew could prevent them from staving or upsetting...
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ARTIC ADVENTURE BY SEA AND LAND

SIR. JOHN FRANKLIN - 1857
...so also is there no one that seems to possess more of the passions of humanity. The wounded animal dived immediately, and brought up a number of its companions ; and they all joined in an attack on the boat. They wrested an oar from one of the men, and it was with the utmost difficulty that the...
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Arctic Explorations and Discoveries During the Nineteenth Century: Being ...

Samuel Mosheim Smucker - 1857 - 517 páginas
...so also is there no one that seems to possess more of the passions of humanity. The wounded animal dived immediately, and brought up a number of its companions ; and they all joined in an attack on the boat. They wrested an oar from one of the men, and it was with the utmost difficulty that the...
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The Primitive Methodist Juvenile Magazine, Volúmenes15-16

...brought tip a number of its companions, and they all formed in an attack upon the boat. They wrestled an oar from one of the men, and it was with the utmost...staving or upsetting her, till the Carcass's boat, commanded by young Horatio Nelson, came up; and the Walruses, finding their enemies thus reinforced,...
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Heads and tales; or, Anecdotes and stories of quadrupeds and other beasts

Adam White - 1870
...countenance, so also is there none that seems to possess more of the passions of humanity. The wounded animal dived immediately, and brought up a number of its...staving or upsetting her, till the Carcass's boat (commanded by young Horatio Nelson) came up : and the walruses, finding their enemies thus reinforced,...
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