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" ... this mass of dust which was advancing from the southwest, but we had hardly entered the river when it began to swell all at once as if it would overflow its channel, the waves passed over our heads, and we felt the bottom heave up under our feet :... "
The Critical Review, Or, Annals of Literature - Page 296
by Tobias George Smollett - 1803
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MONUMENTS OF EGYPT

FRANCIS L. HAWKS, D.D., LL.D. - 1850
...banks. The waves broke over us, and the ground heaved under our feet. Our garments flew away when seized by the whirlwind, which had now reached us. We were compelled to go to land. Wet, and beaten by the wind, we were soon surrounded by a ridge of sand. A reddish, dusky...
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Travels in Upper and Lower Egypt: During the Campaigns of General ..., Volume 1

Vivant Denon - 1803
...passed over our heads, and we felt the bottom heave up under our feet; our clothes were conveyed away along with the shore itself, which seemed to be carried...compelled to leave the water, and our wet and naked boencrusted with a black mud, which prevented us from dressing ourselves; enlightened only by a red...
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The British Critic: A New Review, Volume 22

1803
...heave up ander our feet ; our clothes were conveyed away along with the (höre itfelf, which feemed to be carried off by the whirlwind, which had now...and our wet and naked bodies, being beat upon by a ftormof fand, were foon encrufted with a black mud, which prevented us from dreffing ourfelves ; enlightened...
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Travels in Upper and Lower Egypt: In Company with Several ..., Volume 2

Vivant Denon - 1803
...bottom heave up under our feet; our clothes were conveyed away along with the-Hiore itfelf, which feemed to be carried off by the whirlwind which had now reached...and our wet and naked bodies being beat upon by a dorm of fand, were foon encrufted with a black mud, which prevented us from dreffing ourfelves ; enlightened...
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Travels in Upper and Lower Egypt: During the Campaigns of General Bonaparte ...

Vivant Denon - 1803
...passed over our heads, and we felt the bottom heave up under our feet; our clothes were conveyed away along with the shore itself, which seemed to be carried...we were compelled to leave the water, and our wet andr naked boencrusted with a black mud, which prevented us from dressing ourselves ; enlightened only...
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The British Critic and Quarterly Theological Review, Volume 22

1803
...up under our feet; our clothes were conveyed away along with the (höre itfelf, which feeraed to lie carried off by the whirlwind, which had now reached...we were compelled to leave the water; and our wet :md naked bodies, being beat upon by a ftormof fand, were foon encrufted with a black mud, which prevented...
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Travels in upper and lower Egypt, tr. by A. Aikin, Volume 2

Dominique Vivant baron Denon - 1803
...bottom heave up under our feet ; our clothes were conveyed away along with the more itfelf, which fecmed to be carried off by the whirlwind which had now reached us; we were compel leu to leave the water, and our wet and naked bodies being beat upon by a florm of fand, wrere...
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A COMPENDIOUS VIEW OF UNIVERSAL HISTORY

CHARLES MAYO, L.L.B - 1804
...feet; our clothes were conveyed away along with the shore itself, which seemed " to be carried oft' by the whirlwind which had now reached us; we were...wet and naked bodies being beat upon by a storm of sa^d, were soon " encrusted with a black mud, which prevented us from dressing ourselves; enlightened...
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The History of the War: From the Commencement of the French ..., Volume 1

Hewson Clarke - 1816 - 478 pages
...passed over our heads, and we felt the bottom heave up under our feet. Our clothes were conveyed away along with the shore itself, which seemed to be carried off by the whirlwind, which 3 o now reached us. We were compelled to leave the water and our wet and naked bodies being beat upon...
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The Life of Napoleon Bonaparte, Volume 2

William Henry Ireland - 1828
...passed over our heads, and we felt the bottom heave up under our feet ; our clothes were conveyed away along with the shore itself, which seemed to be carried...leave the water, and our wet and naked bodies, being assailed by a storm of sand, were soon encrusted with black mud< which prevented our dressing ; enlightened...
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