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" The principal force of the hurricane was now over, although millions of twigs and small branches, that had been brought from a great distance, were seen following the blast, as if drawn onwards by some mysterious power. They even floated in the air for... "
Anglo-American Literature and Manners. From the French - Страница 75
по Victor Euphemion Philarete chasles - 1852 - 312 страници
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A Geographical Reader

James Johonnot - 1882 - 418 страници
...great distance, were seen following the blast, as if drawn onward by some mysterious power. They were floated in the air for some hours after, as if supported by the thick mass of dust that rose high aWove the ground. The sky had now a greenish-lurid hue, and an extremely disagreeable sulphureous odor...

A Geographical Reader

James Johonnot - 1882 - 418 страници
...The principal force of the tornado was now over, although millions of twigs and small branches, that had been brought from a great distance, were seen following the blast, as if drawn onward by some mysterious power. They were floated in the air for some hours after, as if supported...

A Geographical Reader

James Johonnot - 1882 - 418 страници
...The principal force of the tornado was now over, although millions of twigs and small branches, that had been brought from a great distance, were seen following the blast, as if drawn onward by some mysterious power. They were floated in the air for some hours after, as if supported...

New National Third Reader

Charles Joseph Barnes - 1884 - 240 страници
...great distance, were eeen following the blast, as if drawn onward by some mysterious power. They were floated in the air for some hours after, as if supported...greenish lurid hue, and an extremely disagreeable odor of sulphur was diffused in the atmosphere. Having sustained no material injury, I waited in amazement,...

New National First[ -fifth] Reader, Книга 5

Charles Joseph Barnes, J. Marshall Hawkes - 1884
...principal force of the hurricane was now over, although millions of twigs and small branches, that had been brought from a great distance, were seen following the blast, as if drawn onward bysome mysterious power. They were floated in the air for some hours after, as if supported...

New National Fifth Reader

Charles Joseph Barnes - 1884 - 480 страници
...principal force of the hurricane was now over, although millions of twigs and small branches, that had been brought from a great distance, were seen following the blast, as if drawn onward by some mysterious power. They were floated in the air for some hours after, as if supported...

The Fourth Reader

Evangelical Lutheran Synod of Missouri, Ohio, and Other States - 1894 - 381 страници
...principal force of the hurricane was now over, although millions of twigs and small branches, that had been brought from a great distance, were seen following the blast, as if drawn onward by some mysterious power. They were floated in the air for some hours after, as if supported...

The New Fifth Reader

Richard Gilmour - 1894 - 386 страници
...principal force of the hurricane was now over, although millions of twigs and small branches, that had been brought from a great distance, were seen following the blast, as if drawn onward by some mysterious power. They were floating in the air for some hours after, as if supported...

Audubon and His Journals, Том 2

John James Audubon - 1897
...The principal force of the hurricane was now over, although millions of twigs and small branches that had been brought from a great distance were seen following...greenish lurid hue, and an extremely disagreeable sulphurous odor was diffused in the atmosphere. I waited in amazement, having sustained no material...

Composition-rhetoric: Designed for Use in Secondary Schools

Fred Newton Scott, Joseph Villiers Denney - 1897 - 406 страници
...principal force of the hurricane was now over, although millions of twigs and small branches, that had been brought from a great distance, were seen...sky had now a greenish lurid hue, and an extremely sulphureous odor was diffused in the atmosphere. I waited in amazement, having sustained no material...




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