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" The rencounter appeared equally xmexpected on both sides, and both parties made a dead halt — earnestly gazing on each other. The gentleman had no fire-arms, and was aware that a sword would be no effective defence in a struggle for life with such an... "
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The Youth's Magazine; Or, Evangelical Miscellany

Children
...fascinating effect is not confined exclusively to the lion. An officer in India, having once rambled into a jungle adjoining the British encampment, suddenly encountered a royal tiger ; the rtncounter appeared equally unexpected on both sides, and both parties made a dead halt, earnestly...
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The Kaleidoscope: or, Literary and scientific mirror, Volume 5

1825
...Macintosh, proves that this fascinating effect is not restricted to the lion. An officer in India, well known to my informant, having chanced to ramble into a jungle, suddenly encountered a Royal Tiger. The rencontre appeared equally unexpected on both sides, and both...
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The London Magazine, Volume 8

1827
...effect is not confined exclusively to the lion. An officer in India, (whose name 1 have forgotten, but who was well known to my informant,) having chanced...rencounter appeared equally unexpected on both sides, and bptli parties made a dead Italt, earnestly gazing on each other. The gentleman had no .fire-arms, and...
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Travels and Adventures in Southern Africa, Volume 2

George Thompson - Cape of Good Hope (South Africa) - 1827
...effect is not confined exclusively to the lion. An officer in India, (whose name I have forgotten, but who was well known to my informant,) having chanced...encountered a royal tiger. The rencounter appeared equally xmexpected on both sides, and both parties made a dead halt — earnestly gazing on each other. The...
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The Imperial magazine; or, Compendium of religious, moral ..., Volume 9

1827
...in India having chanced to ramble into a jungle, suddenly encountered a royal tiger. The encounter appeared equally unexpected on both sides, and both...earnestly gazing on each other. The gentleman had no tire-arms, and was aware that a sword would be no effective defence in a struggle for life with such...
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Travels and Adventures in Southern Africa: Comprising a View of ..., Volume 1

George Thompson - Cape - 1827 - 493 pages
...effect is not confined exclusively to the lion. An officer in India, (whose name 1 have forgotten, but who was well known to my informant,) having chanced to ramble into a jungle adjpining the British encampment, suddenly encountered a royal tiger. The rencounter appeared equally...
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The Spirit of the English Magazines

American periodicals - 1825
...Mackintosh, proves that this fascinating effect is not restricted to the lion. An Officer in India, well known to my informant, having chanced to ramble into a jungle, suddenly encountered a Royal Tyger. The rencounter appeared equally unexpected on both sides, and both...
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A Natural History of the Globe: Of Man, of Beasts, Birds, Fishes ..., Volume 2

Georges Louis Leclerc comte de Buffon - Natural history - 1831
...Macintosh, proves that this fascinating effect is not restricted to the Lion. An officer in India, well known to my informant, having chanced to ramble into a jungle, suddenly encountered a royal tiger. The rencontre appeared equally unexpected on both sides, and both...
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Family Magazine: Or Monthly Abstract of General Knowledge

1834
...informant, having chanced to ramble into aj uncle, suddenly encountered a royal tiger. The rencontre appeared equally unexpected on both sides, and both...earnestly gazing on each other. The gentleman had no lire arms, and was aware that a «word would be no effective defence in a struggle for life with such...
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A System of Natural History: Containing Scientific and Popular Descriptions ...

Birds - 1834 - 684 pages
...Mackintosh, proves that this fascinating effect is not restricted to the lion. An officer in India, well known to my informant, having chanced to ramble into a jungle, suddenly encountered a royal tiger. The rencontre appeared equally unexpected on both sides, and both...
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