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" Roder, who had led the chase, turned sharp round, and again faced the elephant as before ; stooping quickly from the saddle, he picked up from the ground a handful of dirt, which he threw into the face of the vicious-looking animal that once more attempted... "
The Country Gentleman's Magazine - Page 110
by Simpkin Marshall & Co. - 1868
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The Nile Tributaries of Abyssinia: And the Sword Hunters of the Hamran Arabs

Sir Samuel White Baker - Ethiopia - 1867 - 596 pages
...he picked up from the ground a handful of dirt, which he threw into the face of the vicious-looking animal, that once more attempted to rush upon him....great bull elephant could not move ! the first cut with the sword had utterly disabled it ; the second was its death blow ; the arteries of the leg were...
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Exploration of the Nile Tributaries of Abyssinia: The Sources, Supply, and ...

Sir Samuel White Baker - Blue Nile River (Ethiopia and Sudan) - 1868 - 624 pages
...he picked up from the ground a handful of dirt, which he threw into the face of the vicious-looking animal that once more attempted to rush upon him....great bull elephant could not move ! The first cut with the sword had utterly disabled it; the second was its death blow ; the arteries of the leg were...
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The Nile Tributaries of Abyssinia, and the Sword Hunters of the Hamran Arabs

Sir Samuel White Baker - Ethiopia - 1868 - 568 pages
...vicious-looking animal, that once more attempted to H a in X i a ; CHAP, xvii.] THE NIMBLE BASE DINE CHEAPLY. 417 rush upon him. It was impossible ! the foot was dislocated,...foot, and again the sharp sword slashed the remaining log. The great bull elephant could not move ! the first cut with the sword had utterly disabled it...
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The Nile Tributaries of Abyssinia and the Sword Hunters of the Hamran Arabs

Sir Samuel White Baker - Arabs - 1894 - 413 pages
...he picked up from the ground a handful of dirt, which he threw into the lace of the vicious-looking animal, that once more attempted to rush upon him....dislocated, and turned up in front like an old shoe. 1 11 an instant Taher was once more on foot, and again the sharp sword slashed the remaining leg. The...
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Great African Travellers: From Mungo Park to Livingstone and Stanley

William Henry Giles Kingston - Adventure and adventurers - 1874 - 536 pages
...the saddle to pick up from the ground a handful of dirt, which he threw into the face of the vicious animal, that once more attempted to rush upon him....turned up in front like an old shoe. In an instant the other Aggageer leaped to the ground, and again the sharp sword slashed the remaining leg." him...
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The Land of the Lion: Or, Adventures Among the Wild Animals of Africa

Africa - 1876 - 252 pages
...he picked up from the ground a handful of dirt which he threw into the face of the vicious-looking animal that once more attempted to rush upon him....turned up in front like an old shoe. ' In an instant Taker was once more on foot, and the sharp sword slashed the other leg. The great bull elephant could...
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Swinton's Supplementary Readers, Volume 4

William Swinton, George Rhett Cathcart - Readers - 1880
...he picked up from the ground a handful of dirt, which he threw into the face of the vicious-looking animal that once more attempted to rush upon him....great bull elephant could not move ! The first cut with the sword had utterly disabled it ; the second was its death-blow. Sin SAMUEL BAKER. 65. - MADEMOISELLE...
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Standard Supplementary Readers, Book 4

William Swinton, George Rhett Cathcart - Readers - 1880
...he picked up from the ground a handful of dirt, which he threw into the face of the vicious-looking animal that once more attempted to rush upon him....foot was dislocated, and turned up in front like an old'shoe. In an instant Taher was once more on loot, and again the sharp sword slashed the remaining...
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Wonders of the Tropics; Or, Explorations and Adventures of Henry M. Stanley ...

Henry Davenport Northrop - Africa - 1889 - 840 pages
...the saddle to pick up from the ground a handful of dirt, which he threw into the face of the vicious animal, that once more attempted to rush upon him....turned up in front like an old shoe. In an instant the other Aggageer leaped to the ground, and again the sharp sword slashed the remaining leg." Nothing...
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Stanley and the White Heroes in Africa: Being an Edition from Mr. Stanley's ...

D. M. Kelsey - Africa, Central - 1890 - 823 pages
...before; stooping quickly from the saddle, he picked up from the ground a handful of dirt, which he threw into the face of the vicious looking animal,...great bull elephant could not move; the first cut with the sword had utterly disabled it ; the second was its death-blow ; the arteries of the leg were...
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