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" The shrieks and groans of the poor expiring wretches were truly dreadful; and my horror was much increased at seeing a young girl, seemingly about eighteen years of age, killed so near me, that when the first spear was stuck into her side she fell... "
The Scots Magazine, Or, General Repository of Literature, History, and Politics - Page 530
1796
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The English Review, Or, An Abstract of English and Foreign Literature, Volume 28

1796
...the fcriptural dextrine of the fall of man, and the prevalence of a fpirit of evil. * The flirieks and groans of the poor expiring wretches were truly...feemingly about eighteen years of age, killed fo near sne, that when the firlt fpear was ftuck into her tide Ihe fell down at my feet, and twifled round...
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The British Critic and Quarterly Theological Review, Volume 8

1796
...Indians having pofTeffion of all the land-fide, to no place could they fly for (heher. One alternatite only remained, that of jumping into the river ; but,...wretches were truly dreadful;- and my horror was much incr-^afed ;ic feeing a young girl? feemingly abuut eighteen years of ace, killed fo ivar me, that...
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The British Critic: A New Review, Volume 8

1796
...land-fide, to no place could they fly for fhelter. One alternative only remained, that of jumpinginto the river ; but, as none of them attempted it, they all fell a facrifice to Indian barbarity ! " The fhrieks and groans of the poor expiring wretches were truly dreadful; and my horror was much increafed...
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The Principles of Population and Production as They are Affected by the ...

John Weyland - 1816 - 493 pages
...escape; but the Indians having possession of all the land side, to no place could they fly for shelter. One alternative only remained, that of jumping into the river ; but as none attempted it, they aft fell a sacrifice to Indian barbarity. The shrieks and groans of the peor expiring...
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The Principles of Population and Production as They are Affected by the ...

John Weyland - 1816 - 493 pages
...escape ; but the Indians having possession of all the land side, to no place could they fly for shelter. One alternative only remained, that of jumping into the river : but as none attempted it, they all fell a sacrifice to Indian barbarity. The shrieks and groans of the poor expiring...
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The primitive inhabitants of Scandinavia, during the stone age

Sven Nilsson - 1868
...escape ; but the Indians having possession of all the land side, to no side could they fly for shelter. One alternative only remained, that of jumping into...but as none of them attempted it, they all fell a sacrifice to Indian barbarity ! ' The shrieks and groans of the poor expiring wretches were truly dreadful;...
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The Primitive Inhabitants of Scandinavia: An Essay on Comparative ...

Sven Nilsson, Sir John Lubbock - 1868 - 272 pages
...escape ; but the Indians having possession of all the land side, to no side could they fly for shelter. One alternative only remained, that of jumping into...but as none of them attempted it, they all fell a sacrifice to Indian barbarity ! ' The shrieks and groans of the poor expiring wretches were truly dreadful;...
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The Canadian North-west: Its History and Its Troubles, from the Early Days ...

Graeme Mercer Adam - 1885 - 408 pages
...escape; but the Indians having possession of all the land side, to no place could they fly for shelter. One alternative only remained, that of jumping into...but, as none of them attempted it, they all fell a sacrifice to Indian barbarity. " The shrieks and groans of the poor expiring wretches were dreadful;...
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The Canadian North-west: Its History and Its Troubles, from the Early Days ...

Graeme Mercer Adam - 1885 - 408 pages
...escape; but the Indians having possession of all the land side, to no place could they fly for shelter. One alternative only remained, that of jumping into...but, as none of them attempted it, they all fell a sacrifice to Indian barbarity. " The shrieks and groans of the poor expiring wretches were dreadful;...
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The Search for the Western Sea: The Story of the Exploration of North ...

Lawrence Johnstone Burpee - 1908 - 651 pages
...escape ; but the Indians having possession of all the land side, to no place could they fly for shelter. One alternative only remained, that of jumping into...but, as none of them attempted it, they all fell a victim to Indian barbarity." To his horror Hearne saw a young girl speared at his very feet, so close...
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