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" ... the corner in which I was, must have contributed. In a word, after taking several turns in the room, during which they told M. Langlade how many they had killed, and how many scalps they had taken, they returned down stairs, and I, with sensations... "
The book of adventure and peril - Side 263
af Charles Bruce (writer of tales.) - 1875
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Proceedings of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin at it ..., Bind 53

State Historical Society of Wisconsin - 1906
...remained undiscovered; a circumstance to which the dark color of my clothes and the want of light, in a room which had no window, and in the corner in which...and how many scalps they had taken, they returned down stairs, and I, with sensations not to be expressed, heard the door, which was the barrier between...
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Proceedings [of The] Annual Business Meeting, Oplag 53

State Historical Society of Wisconsin - 1906
...remained undiscovered; a circumstance to which the dark color of my clothes and the want of light, in a room, which had no window, and in the corner in which...and how many scalps they had taken, they returned down stairs, and I, with sensations not to be expressed, heard the door, which was the barrier between...
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The Story of the Great Lakes

Edward Channing, Marion Florence Lansing - 1909 - 398 sider
...Langlade, walked round the dark garret so near to the fugitive that they might have touched him, told how many they had killed and how many scalps they had taken, and went off again, locking the door after them. Exhausted by suspense Henry fell asleep, and was awakened...
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Historic Mackinac: The Historical, Picturesque and Legendary ..., Bind 1

Edwin Orin Wood - 1918
...touched me. Still, I remained undiscovered; a circumstance to which the dark color of my clothes, and the corner in which I was, must have contributed....word, after taking several turns in the room, during want of light, in a room which had no window, and in which they told M. Langlade how many they had...
Fuld visning - Om denne bog

Historic Mackinac: The Historical, Picturesque and Legendary ..., Bind 1

Edwin Orin Wood - 1918
...touched me. Still, I remained undiscovered; a circumstance to which the dark color of my clothes, and the corner in which I was, must have contributed....word, after taking several turns in the room, during want of light, in a room which had no window, and in which they told M. Langlade how many they had...
Fuld visning - Om denne bog

Proceedings [of The] Annual Business Meeting, Oplag 53

State Historical Society of Wisconsin - 1906
...remained undiscovered; a circumstance to which the dark color of my clothes and the want of light, In a room which had no window, and In the corner in which...and how many scalps they had taken, they returned down stairs, and I, with sensations not to be expressed, heard the door, which was the barrier between...
Fuld visning - Om denne bog

Alexander Henry's Travels and Adventures in the Years 1760-1776

Alexander Henry - 1921 - 340 sider
...remained undiscovered, a circumstance to which the dark color of my clothes and the want of light in a room which had no window, and in the corner in which...many they had killed and how many scalps they had cumstances the course he adopted was the wisest one open to him. — Editor. taken, they returned down...
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Captured by the Indians: 15 Firsthand Accounts, 1750-1870

Frederick Drimmer - 1985 - 378 sider
...so closely that had he put forth his hand he must have touched me. Still, I remained undiscovered. After taking several turns in the room, during which...they had killed and how many scalps they had taken, the Indians returned downstairs. I heard the door locked for the second time. There was a feather bed...
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Improved by Cultivation: English-Canadian Prose to 1914

R.G. Moyles - 1994 - 344 sider
...touched me. Still, I remained undiscovered; a circumstance to which the dark colour of my clothes, and the corner in which I was must have contributed. In...word, after taking several turns in the room, during want of light, in a room which had no window, and in which they told M. Langlade how many they had...
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Canadian Exploration Literature

Germaine Warkentin - 2006 - 599 sider
...after taking several turns in the room, during want of light, in a room which had no window, and in which they told M. Langlade how many they had killed,...and how many scalps they had taken, they returned down stairs, and I, with sensations not to be expressed, heard the door, which was the barrier between...
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