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" She then addressed those who were near her, with composure, and without the least trepidation of voice or change of countenance. She held in her left hand a cocoa... "
The Scots Magazine, Or, General Repository of Literature, History, and Politics - Page 26
1795
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Travels in India,: during the years 1780, 1781, 1782, & 1783

William Hodges - 1783 - 156 pages
...time they halted. She then addreffed thofe who were near her with compofure, and without the leaft trepidation of voice or change of countenance. She...in which was a red colour mixed up, and dipping in it the fore-finger of her right hand fhe marked thofe near her, to whom me wifhed to fhew the laft...
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The Universal Magazine, Volume 92

1793
...time they halted. She then addreiled thofe who were near her with compofure, and without the leaft trepidation of voice or change of countenance. She...cocoa nut, in which was a red colour mixed up, and dip I 1 .. :.] ping in it the fore-finger of her right hand, íhe marked thofe near her, to whom (he...
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The Universal Gazetteer: Being a Concise Description ... of the Nations ...

John Walker - 1795 - 737 pages
...body, where HIN for Come time they halted. She thenadrtrefled thole who were near her without the lead trepidation of voice or change of countenance. She held in her left 'hand a. cocoa-nut, in which was a red colour mixed, and dipping in it the fore-finger of her right hand, Ihe...
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The Edinburgh magazine, or Literary miscellany

...fome time they halted. She then addreffed thofe who were near her with compofure and without the leaft trepidation of voice or change of countenance. She held in her left hand a cocoa-nut, in which was a red colour mixed up, and dipping in it the fore-finger of her right hand,(he...
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The New Wonderful Museum, and Extraordinary Magazine: Being a Complete ...

William Granger - 1807
...halted. She then addrefled thofe who were near her with compofure, and \vithout the leaft trepidation of of voice, or change of countenance. She held in her left hand a cocoa nutj in which was a red colour mixed up, and dippiag in it the fore-finger of her right hand, (he marked...
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The Prosaic Garland: Consisting of Upwards of Two-hundred Pieces Selected ...

1807 - 260 pages
...steady and iii ui step, and, apparently, with a perfect composure of countenance, approached close to the body of her husband, where for some time they...change of countenance. " She held in her left hand a cocoa-nut shell, in which was a red colour mixed up, and dip* ping in it the fore finger of her right...
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The universal gazetteer

John Walker - 1807
...body, where for fent time they halted. She then adortdeil thofe who were near her, without ibekaft trepidation of voice, or change of countenance. She held in her left hand > cocci. nut, in which was a red colour eixtd, and dipping in it the fore finger *f ber right hand,...
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Letters from an Irish student in England to his father in Ireland

England - 1809
...composure of countenance, approached close to the body of her husband, where for some time they hatted. She then addressed those who were near her with composure...without the least trepidation of voice, or change of conntenance. She held in her left hand a cocoa-nut, in which was a red colour mixed up, and dipping...
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Hudibras: Poem

Samuel Butler - 1812 - 410 pages
...of countenance, approached close to ihe body of her husband, where for some time they halted. Sin1 then addressed those who were near her with composure, and without the !<-;> i trepidation of voice or changi' ot colour. She held in her left hand a cocoa-nut, in which...
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Hudibras, a Poem, Volume 2

Samuel Butler - 1819
...with a steady and firm step ; and apparently with a perfect composure of countenance, approached close to the body of her husband, where for some time they...without the least trepidation of voice or change of colour. She held in her left hand a cocoa-nut, in which was a red colour mixed up, and dipping in it...
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