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" out his remaining organ of vision. He opened his big mouth, and ' champed his long teeth at me in despair ; but it was all over with ' him. I raised my right foot and gave him a hard shove, and he ' glided off into deep water, and went to the bottom.... "
The Metropolitan - Page 303
1845
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Memoir of Wm. P. Hawes. To the memory of Cypress. Fire Island-Ana; or a week ...

J. Cypress - American poetry - 1842
...most unaccountable presence of mind, I laid hold of his nose with my left hand, and with my right, I scooped out his remaining organ of vision. He opened...and went to the bottom. Well, gentlemen, I suppose you'll think it a hard story, but it is none the less a fact, that I served every remaining one of...
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The Sporting review, ed. by 'Craven'., Volume 7

John William Carleton - 1842
...most unaccountable presence of mind, I laid held of his nose with my left hand, and, with my right, I scooped out his remaining organ of vision. He opened...and went to the bottom. " Well, gentlemen, I suppose you'll think it a hard story, but it is none the less a fact, that I served every remaining one of...
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Sporting Scenes and Sundry Sketches: Being the Miscellaneous ..., Volume 1

J. Cypress - American literature - 1842
...most unaccountable presence of mind, I laid hold of his nose with my left hand, and with my right, I scooped out his remaining organ of vision. He opened...deep water, and went to the bottom. Well, gentlemen, J suppose you'll think it a hard story, but it is none the less a fact, that I served every remaining...
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The Sporting Sketch Book: A Series of Characteristic Papers, by the Most ...

John William Carleton - Fox hunting - 1842 - 200 pages
...most unaccountable presence of mind, I laid hold of his nose with my left hand, and, with my right, I scooped out his remaining organ of vision. He opened...right foot, and gave him a hard shove, and he glided oil' into deep water, and went to the bottom. " Well, gentlemen, I suppose you'll think it a hard story,...
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Chambers's Edinburgh Journal

Edinburgh (Scotland) - 1843
...a most unaccountable presence of mind, I laid hold of his nose with my left hand, and with my right I scooped out his remaining organ of vision. He opened...and went to the bottom. Well, gentlemen, I suppose you'll think it a hard story, but it is none the less a fact, that I served every remaining one of...
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The Naval and military sketch book, and history of adventure by flood and field

...with my left hand, and with my right I scooped out his remaining organ of vision. He opened his bij mouth, and champed his long teeth at me in despair. But it was a over with him. I raised my right foot and gave him a hard shove, and he glided off into the deep...
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Traits of American Humor, Volume 2

Thomas Chandler Haliburton - American wit and humor - 1852 - 332 pages
...a most unaccountable presence of mind, I laid hold of his nose with my left hand, and with my right scooped out his remaining organ of vision. He opened...and went to the bottom. "Well, gentlemen, I suppose you'd think it a hard story, but it's none the less a fact, that I served every remaining one of those...
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Traits of American Humour, Volume 2

Thomas Chandler Haliburton - American wit and humor - 1852
...a most unaccountable presence of mind, I laid hold of his nose with my left hand, and with my right scooped out his remaining organ of vision. He opened...and went to the bottom. "Well, gentlemen, I suppose you'd think it a hard story, but it's none the less a fact, that I served every remaining one of those...
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A Quarter Race in Kentucky: And Other Sketches, Illustrative of Scenes ...

William Trotter Porter - 1846 - 199 pages
...a most unaccountable presence of mind, I laid hold of his nose with my left hand, and with my right scooped out his remaining organ of vision. He opened...and went to the bottom. " Well, gentlemen, I suppose you'd think it a hard story, but its none the less a fact, that I served every remaining one of those...
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Cyclopaedia of American Literature: Embracing Personal and ..., Volume 2

Evert Augustus Duyckinck, George Long Duyckinck - American literature - 1856
...hie remaining orgnn of vision. He opened hit hig mouth, and champed his long teeth at me, in despiur. But it was all over with him. I raised my right foot...and went to the bottom. Well, gentlemen, I suppose you'll think it a hard story, but it is none the less a fact, that I served every rcmninirg one of...
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