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" It would be impossible for me to describe our sensations after entering this miserable abode, and discovering how we had been neglected : the whole party shed tears, not so much for our own fate, as for that of our friends in the rear, whose lives depended... "
Sir John Franklin and The Arctic Regions - Página 73
por P.L. Simmonds - 1852
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Spirit of the English Magazines, Volumen13

1823
...would be impossible lor tion of the melancholy circumstances to describe our sensations aftej ente ing this miserable abode, and discovering how we had been...entirely on our sending immediate relief from this place. " I found a note, however, from Mr. Back, stating that he had reached the house two days ago, and was...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volumen93,Parte1

1823
...abode, and discovering how we * had been neglected : the whole party shed tears, not so much for our fate, as for that' of our friends in the rear, whose...on our sending immediate relief from this place." Some of the sufferings of those ilk the rear are thus detailed : Sept. 11. — "On arriving at the...
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Narrative of a Journey to the Shores of the Polar Sea: In the ..., Volumen2

Sir John Franklin - 1824
...Indians, no letter from Mr. Wentzel to point out where the Indians might be found. It would be impossible to describe our sensations after entering this miserable...entirely on our sending immediate relief from this place. I found a note, however, from Mr. Back, stating that he had reached the house two days before and was...
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Narrative of a Journey to the Shores of the Polar Sea in the Years ..., Volumen1

John Franklin - 1824
...letter from Mr. Wentzel to point out where the Indians might be found. It would be impossible for me to describe our sensations after entering this miserable...entirely on our sending immediate relief from this place. I found a note, however, from Mr. Back, stating that he had reached the house two days ago, and was...
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The New Annual Register, Or General Repository of History, Politics, and ...

1824
...out where the Indians might be found. It would be impossible for me to describe our sensations at ter entering this miserable abode, and discovering how...-entirely on our sending immediate relief from this place. " I found a note, however, from Mr. Back, stating that he had reached the house two days ago, and was...
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The New Monthly Belle Assemblée, Volúmenes42-43

...at finding themselves so utterly neglected; "not so much for our own fate," writes Capt. Franklin, " as for that of our friends in the rear, whose lives depended entirely on oar sending immediate relief from this place." A note informed Capt. Franklin that two days previously...
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The national portrait gallery of illustrious and eminent ..., Volúmenes3-4

William Cooke Taylor - 1846
...abode, and discovering how we had been neglected : the whole party shed tears — not so much for their own fate, as for that of our friends in the rear, whose lives depended on immediate relief." After his return to England, in 1823, where he was received with universal and...
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Thirty Years in the Arctic Regions

John Franklin - 1859 - 480 páginas
...letter from Mr. . Wentzel to point out where the Indians might be found. It would be impossible for me to describe our sensations after entering this miserable...entirely on our sending immediate relief from this place. I found a note, however, from Mr. Back, stating that he had reached the house two days ago, and was...
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Thirty Years in the Arctic Regions

John Franklin - 1859 - 480 páginas
...letter from Mr. . Wentzel to point out where the Indians might be found. It would be impossible for me to describe our sensations after entering this miserable...entirely on our sending immediate relief from this place. I found a note, however, from Mr. Back, stating that he had reached the house two days ago, and was...
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The Arctic Regions, and Polar Discoveries During the Nineteenth Century ...

Peter Lund Simmonds - 1860 - 294 páginas
...point out where the Indians might be found. It would be impossible (says Franklin) to describe our shed tears, not so much for our own fate as for that...Indians. If he was unsuccessful in finding them, he purposed walking to Fort Providence, and sending succour from thence, but he doubted whether either...
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