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" he had saved his life, jumped overboard, as is their common practice in such cases, to frighten the creature away by splashing in the water ; and Don Pablo was taken into the boat more dead than alive.' The beautiful Bay of Havannah, Island of Cuba, is... "
Chambers's Pocket Miscellany - Page 12
1854
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Travels in the Interior of Mexico, in 1825, 1826, 1827, & 1828

Robert William Hale Hardy - California, Gulf of (Mexico) - 1829 - 540 pages
...such a state, and knowing that an enemy must have been persecuting him, and that, by some artifice, he had saved his life, jumped overboard, as is their...Pablo was taken into the boat more dead than alive. I diligently investigated every part of the gulf of Molexe, without having been able to discover the...
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Travels in the Interior of Mexico: In 1825, 1826, 1827, & 1828

Robert William Hale Hardy - California, Gulf of (Mexico) - 1829 - 540 pages
...such a state, and knowing that an enemy must have been persecuting him, and that, by some artifice, he had saved his life, jumped overboard, as is their...Pablo was taken into the boat more dead than alive. I diligently investigated every part of the gulf of Molexe, without having been able to discover the...
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Travels in the interior of Mexico

Robert William H. Hardy - 1829 - 80 pages
...such a state, and knowing that an enemy must have been persecuting him, and that, by some artifice, he had saved his life, jumped overboard, as is their...Pablo was taken into the boat more dead than alive. I diligently investigated every part of the gulf of Molexe, without having been able to discover the...
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The Monthly Review

1830
...must have been persecuting him, and that, by some artifice, he had saved his life, jumped overward, as is their common practice in such cases, to frighten the creature a*ay by splashing in the-water; and Don Pablo was taken into the boat "lore dead than alive.'—pp....
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The Quarterly Review

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, Sir John Murray (IV), Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle), George Walter Prothero - English literature - 1830
...had saved his life, jumped overboa as is their common practice in such cases, to frighten the creatur away by splashing in the water ; and Don Pablo was taken into th boat more dead than alive.'—pp. 257—260. As a pendant to this extraordinary escape of Don Pablo...
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The Recreation

Voyages and travels - 1843
...in such a state, and knowing that an enemy must have been persecuting him, and that by some artifice he had saved his life, jumped overboard, as is their...Pablo was taken into the boat more dead than alive. SCENES IN BRITISH GUIANA. THE tropical regions of the earth exhibit the animal and vegetable worlds...
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The Recreation: A Gift-book for Young Readers

Gift books - 1843
...in such a state, and knowing that an enemy must have been persecuting him, and that by some artifice he had saved his life, jumped overboard, as is their...Pablo was taken into the boat more dead than alive. SCENES IN BRITISH GUIANA. THE tro worlds pical regions of the earth exhibit the animal and vegetable...
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The Rover, Volume 2

Seba Smith, Lawrence Labree - 1844
...him in such a state and knowing that an enemy must have been persecuting, and that by some artifice he had saved his life, jumped overboard, as is their...was taken into the boat more dead than alive." THE FOSTER BROTHER. THERE is scarcely a trait of human nature involved in more mystery, or generally less...
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Chambers's pocket miscellany, Volumes 7-9

Chambers W. and R., ltd - 1852
...persecuting him, and that by some artifice ho had saved Ilia life, jumped oveT\5oaT<5.,as \a their somnjon practice in such cases, to frighten the creature away...Island of Cuba, is known to be frequented by sharks, whoso gambols amuse the natives, though they have also occasion to lament the injuries they inflict,...
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Goldsmith's Natural history, with notes collected, with a life of O ...

Oliver Goldsmith - 1853
...been persecuting him, jumped overboard, and by splashing the water, frightened the creature away ; and Don Pablo was taken into the boat more dead than alive.— HAHUY'S TRAYKI.S IN MRXICO. * Тик SHARK'S PILOT.—In the month of May, I/УЯ, Citizen Geofl'ry...
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