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" Wade's boy hearing of his son's illness, answered with indifference, ' that he could do nothing for him," and left him to his fate. The other, when the accounts reached him, hurried down, and watching for a favourable moment, crawled on all-fours along... "
The Edinburgh magazine, or Literary miscellany - Страница 292
1798
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The Monthly magazine, Том 52

1821
...hearing of his son's illness, answered, that " lie could do nothing" — and left him to his fate. The other, when the accounts reached him, hurried down, and watching for a favourable moment, crawled on all fours along the weather gun wale, to Ms son, who was in, the mizen rigging: by that time only three...

The Monthly Visitor, and Entertaining Pocket Companion, Том 4

1798
...The other, when the account reached him, hurried down, and watching for a favourable moment, erawled on all-fours along the weather gun-wale to his fon,...rigging. By that time, only three or four planks of the quarter- deckremained, juft over the weather-quarter gallery ; and to this fpot the unhappy man led...

Letters and Journals of Lord Byron: With Notices of His Life, Том 1

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron, Thomas Moore - 1830 - 565 страници
...illness, answered with indifference, ' that he could do nothing for him,' and left him to his fate. The other, when the accounts reached him, hurried down, and watching for a favourable moment, crawled on all fours along the weather gunwale to his son, who was in the mizen rigging. By that time, only three...

Letters and Journals of Lord Byron: With Notices of His Life, Том 1

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - 1830
...illness, answered with indifference, ' that he could do nothing- for him,' and left him to his fate. The other, when the accounts reached him, hurried down, and watching for a favourable moment, crawled on all fours along the weather gunwale to his son, who was in the mizen rigging. By that time, only three...

Letters and Journals of Lord Byron: With Notices of His Life

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron, Thomas Moore - 1830 - 512 страници
...fflness, answered with indifference, ' that he could do nothing for him,' and left him to bis late. The other, when the accounts reached him, hurried down, and watching for a favourable moment, crawled on all fours along the weather gunwale to his son, who was in the mizen rigging. By that time, only three...

The works of Thomas Moore, Том 14

Thomas Moore - 1832
...illness, answered with indifference 'that he could do nothing for him, and left him to his fate.' The other, when the accounts reached him, hurried down,...crawled on all-fours along the weather gunwale to his son, who was in the mizen rigging. By that time, only three or four planks of the quarter-deck remained,...

Country miscellany and literary selector

...illness, answered with indifference, ' that he could do nothing for him,' and left him to his fate. The other, when the accounts reached him, hurried down and watching for a favourable moment crawled on all fours along the weather gunwale to his son, who was in the mizen rigging. By that time, only three...

The works of George Byron: With his letters and journals, and his life, Том 1

Baron George Gordon Byron Byron - 1835
...illness, answered with indifference, ' that he could do nothing for him,' and left him to his fate. The other, when the accounts reached him, hurried down, and watching for a favourable moment, crawled on all fours along the weather gunwale to his son, who was in the mizen rigging. By that time, only three...

Life, Letters, and Journals of Lord Byron

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - 1839 - 735 страници
...illness, answered with indifference, ' that he could do nothing for him," and left him to his fate. The other, when the accounts reached him, hurried down,...crawled on all-fours along the weather gunwale to his son, who was in the mizen rigging. By that time, only three or four planks of the quarter-deck remained,...

The Life of Lord Byron

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - 1844 - 735 страници
...illness, answered with indifference, ' that he could do nothing for him,' and left him to his fate. The other, when the accounts reached him, hurried down,...crawled on all-fours along the weather gunwale to his son, who was in the mizen rigging. By that time, only three or four planks of the quarter-deck remained,...




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