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" I applied to the Arabs to be informed in what manner we were to pass the water. Our interpreter, although a Greek, and therefore likely to have been informed of such a phenomenon, was as fully convinced as any of us that we were drawing near to the water's... "
Uncle Oliver's travels, Persia [by J. Kitto]. - Page 101
by John Kitto - 1835
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Travels in Various Countries of Europe, Asia and Africa: Greece, Egypt, and ...

Edward Daniel Clarke - Europe - 1814
...detail of the architecture and of the trees might have been lljeiice delineated, I applied to (lie Arabs to be informed in what manner we were to pass...phenomenon, was as fully convinced as any of us that ue were drawing near to the water's edge, and became indignant when tht- Arabs maintained that within...
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Sketches of the Earth and Its Inhabitants: With One Hundred Engravings, Volume 2

Joseph Emerson Worcester - Geography - 1823
...dates and sycamores, as perfectly reflected by it as by a mirror, insomuch that the minutest detail of the architecture, and of the trees, might have...although a Greek, and therefore likely to have been better informed of such a phenomenon, was as fully convinced as any of us that we were drawing near...
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A Geographical View of the World: Embracing the Manners, Customs, and ...

Sir Richard Phillips - Geography - 1826 - 452 pages
...Rosetta with its groves of dates and sycamores, reflected as by a mirror, that the minutest detail of the architecture, and of the trees, might have been thence delineated, во we applied to the Arabs to be informed in what manner we wore to pass the water. Our interpreter,...
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The Friend, ed. by R. Smith, Vol. [1st and 2nd eds. of vol.1. The ..., Volume 1

Robert Smith - 1829
...dates and sycamore*, as perfectly reflected by it as by a mirror, insomuch''that the minutest detail of the architecture and of the trees, might have been thence delineated, 1 applied to the Arabs to be informed in what manner we were to pass the water. "Our interpreter, although...
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Bible Illustrations: Or, A Description of Manners and Customs ..., Volume 7

Bourne Hall Draper - Bible - 1831 - 256 pages
...perfectly reflected by it as by a mirror, insomuch that even the minutest detail of the architecture, and the trees, might have been thence delineated, I applied...therefore, likely to have been informed of such a spectacle, was as fully convinced as any of us, that we were drawing near to the water's edge, and...
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The Dublin review, Volume 3

1837
...and sycamores, as perfectly reflected by it as by a mirror, insomuch that even the minutest detail of the architecture and of the trees might have been thence delineated, we applied to the Arabs to be informed in what manner we were to pass the water. Our interpreter, although...
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The Dublin Review, Volumes 2-3

1837
...and sycamores, as perfectly reflected by it as by a mirror, insomuch that even the minutest detail of the architecture and of the trees might have been thence delineated, we applied to the Arabs to be informed in what manner we were to pass the water. Our interpreter, although...
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A Geographical View of the World, Embracing the Manners, Customs, and ...

Sir Richard Phillips - Geography - 1838 - 452 pages
...Rosetta with its groves of dates and sycamores, reflected as by a mirror, that the minutest de'ail of the architecture, and of the trees, might have been thence delineated, so we applied to the Arabs to be informed in what manner we were to pass the water. Our interpreter,...
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The Bible cyclopędia: or, Illustrations of the civil and natural history of ...

William Goodhugh, William Cooke Taylor - 1843
...of the architecture and the trees might have been delineated thence, I applied to the Arabs to know in what manner we were to pass the water. Our interpreter,...and therefore likely to have been informed of such a spectacle, was as fully convinced as any of us that we were drawing near to the water's edge, and became...
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Bible Illustrations: A Description of Manners and Customs Peculiar to the ...

Bourne Hall Draper - Bible - 1845 - 250 pages
...perfectly reflected by it as by a mirror, insomuch that even the minutest detail of the architecture and the trees might have been thence delineated, I applied...and therefore likely to have been informed of such a spectacle, was as fully convinced as any of us, that we were drawing near to the water's edge, and...
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