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" Their spirits were revived by this small supply, and the Doctor endeavoured to raise them still higher by the prospect of Hepburn's being able to kill a deer next day, as they had seen, and even fired at, several near the house. "
Sir John Franklin and The Arctic Regions - Seite 76
von P.L. Simmonds - 1852
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The Museum of Foreign Literature, Science and Art, Band 3

1823
...Each piece was ravenously devoured by my companions, as it was the first morsel of flesh any of us had tasted for thirty-one days, unless indeed the small gristly particles which we found occasionally adhering to the pounded bones may be termed flesh." — pp. 445-7. We now come...
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The Album, Band 3

1823
...Each piece was ravenously devoured by my companions, as it was the first morsel of flesh any of us had tasted for thirty-one days, unless indeed the small gristly particles which we found occasionally adhering- to the pounded bones may be termed flesh. — pp. 446-7. We now come...
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Narrative of a Journey to the Shores of the Polar Sea in the Years ..., Band 1

John Franklin - 1824
...Each piece was ravenously devoured by my companions, as it was the first morsel of flesh any of us had tasted for thirty-one days, unless indeed the small gristly particles which we found occasionally adhering to the pounded bones may be termed flesh. Our spirits were revived by...
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Narrative of a Journey to the Shores of the Polar Sea: In the Years ..., Band 2

Sir John Franklin - 1824
...and my three companions ravenously devoured our shares, as it was the first morsel of flesh any of us had tasted for thirty-one days, unless, indeed the small gristly particles which we found occasionally adhering to the pounded bones may be termed flesh. Our spirits were revived by...
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The Christian observer [afterw.] The Christian observer and advocate, Band 24

1825
...Each piece was ravenously devoured by my companions, as it was the first morsel of flesh any of us had tasted for thirty-one days, unless indeed the small gristly particles which we found occasionally adhering to the pounded bones may be termed llesh. Ourspirits were revived by...
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Voyages of Discovery & Research Within the Arctic Regions, from the Year ...

Sir John Barrow - 1846 - 359 Seiten
...companions," says Franklin, " ravenously devoured our shares ; as it was the first morsel of flesh any of us had tasted for thirty-one days, unless, indeed, the small gristly particles which we found occasionally adhering to the pounded bones may be termed flesh." Piety and resignation under...
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Arctic Explorations and Discoveries During the Nineteenth Century: Being ...

Samuel Mosheim Smucker - 1857 - 517 Seiten
...perishing frames, was the sight of food within their reach, which they could not procure. " We saw 5 (says Franklin) a herd of reindeer sporting on the...supply, and the Doctor endeavored to raise them still nigher by the prospect of Hepburn's bein» able to kill a deer next day, as they had seen, and even...
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ARTIC ADVENTURE BY SEA AND LAND

SIR. JOHN FRANKLIN - 1857
...companions/ 7 says Franklin, " ravenously devoured our shares, as it was the first morsel of flesh any of us had tasted for thirty-one days, unless, indeed, the small, gristly particles which we found occasionally adhering to the pounded bones may be called flesh." Richardson brought the melancholy...
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The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal

1858
...companions," says Franklin, "ravenously devoured our shares, as it was the first morsel of flesh any of us had tasted for thirty-one days, unless, indeed, the small gristly particles which we found occasionally adhering to the pounded bones may be termed flesh." A repetition of such fearful...
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Thirty Years in the Arctic Regions

John Franklin - 1859 - 480 Seiten
...Each piece was ravenously devoured by my companions, as it was the first morsel of flesh any of ns had tasted for thirty-one days, unless indeed the small gristly particles which we found occasionally adhering to the pounded bones may be termed flesh. Our spirits were revived by...
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