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" In a moment the Indian caught up his tomahawk again, approached more cautiously, brandishing his tomahawk, and making a number of feigned blows in defiance and derision. "
A History of the Valley of Virginia - Страница 315
по Samuel Kercheval, Charles James Faulkner - 1833 - 486 страници
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Historical Collections of Virginia: Containing a Collection of the Most ...

Henry Howe - 1845 - 544 страници
...tomahawk, and making a number of feigned blows in defiance and derision. Poe, however, still on his guard, averted the real blow from his head, by throwing up...broke loose from the Indian, snatched up one of the Indians' guns, and shot the small Indian through the breast, as he ran up a third time to tomahawk...

Historical Collections of Virginia: Containing a Collection of the Most ...

Henry Howe - 1845 - 544 страници
...tomahawk, and making a number of feigned blows in defiance and derision. Foe, however, still on his guard, averted the real blow from his head, by throwing up...entirely the use of his hand. In this perilous moment, Foe, by a violent effort, broke loose from the Indian, snatched up one of the Indians' gano, and shot...

Historical Collections of Virginia: Containing a Collection of the Most ...

Henry Howe - 1845 - 544 страници
...tomahawk, and making a number of feigned blows in defiance and derision. Poe, however, still on his guard, averted the real blow from his head, by throwing up...wrist, in which he was severely wounded ; but not BO as to lose entirely the use of his hand. In this perilous moment, Poe, by a violent effort, broke...

Historical Collections of Ohio: Containing a Collection of the Most ...

Henry Howe - 1847 - 581 страници
...tomahawk, and making a number of feigned blows, in defiance and derision. Poe, however, still on his guard, averted the real blow from his head, by throwing up...broke loose from the Indian, snatched up one of the ludian's guns, and shot the small Indian through the breast, an he ran up the third time to tomahawk...

Historical Collections of Ohio: Containing a Collection of the Most ...

Henry Howe - 1847 - 581 страници
...tomahawk, and making a number of feigned blows, in defiance and derision. Poe, however, still on his guard, averted the real blow from his head, by throwing up...wrist, in which he was severely wounded ; but not so a* to lose entirely the use of his hand. In this perilous moment, Poe, by a violent effort, broke loose...

Historical Collections of Ohio: Containing a Collection of the Most ...

Henry Howe - 1849 - 599 страници
...tomahawk, and making a number of feigned blows, in defiance and derision. Poe, however, still on his guard, averted the real blow from his head, by throwing up his arm and receiving it on hi* wrist, in which he was severely wounded ; but not K> as lo lose entirely the use of his band. In...

The Republic: A Monthly Magazine of American Literature ..., Томове 3–4

1852
...blows in derision and defiauce. Poe, however, still on his guard, averted the real blow from his bead, by throwing up his arm, and receiving it on his wrist,...in which he was severely wounded, but not so as to entirely lose the power of his arm. In this perilous moment, Poe, by a violent effort, broke loose...

Historical Collections of Virginia: Containing a Collection of the Most ...

Henry Howe - 1852 - 544 страници
...tomahawk, and making a number of feigned blows in defiance and derision. Poe, however, still on his gukrd, averted the real blow from his head, by throwing up...broke loose from the Indian, snatched up one of the Indians' guns, and shot the small Indian through the breast, as he ran up a third time to tomahawk...

The Republic: A Monthly Magazine of American Literature ..., Томове 3–4

1852
...tomahawk, and making a number of feigned blows in derision and defiance. Poe, however, still on his guard, averted the real blow from his head, by throwing up...in which he was severely wounded, but not so as to entirely lose the power of his arm. In this perilous moment, Poe, by a violent effort, broke loose...

The Romance of the Revolution: Being a History of the Personal Adventures ...

Oliver Bell Bunce - 1852 - 434 страници
...tomahawk, and making a number of feigned blows in derision and defiance. Poe, however, still on his guard, averted the real blow from his head, by. throwing...in which he was severely wounded ; but not so as to entirely lose the power of his arm. In this perilous moment, Poe, by a violent effort, broke loose...




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