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Página 218 - THE LIFE OF MOHAMMED, Founder of the Religion of Islam, and of the Empire of the Saracens.
Página 34 - Run for your life," cried the chief to him, " and don't talk now of building houses !" But the poor fellow still insisted, begging and praying to the Captain, who at last finding his exhortations vain, and fearing the consequences, turned his back upon him, and would not hear him any longer. Our mason now began to run, but received many a hard blow, one of which nearly brought him to the ground, which, if he had fallen, would at once have decided his fate.
Página 112 - By the sixth day he was able to walk about ; and within a month he grew quite well, except that he was troubled with a cough. Twenty years after his misfortune he was still alive. Another man, being on his wintering-ground, and from home, hunting beaver, was crossing a lake, covered with smooth ice, with two beavers on his back, when his foot slipped, and he fell. At his side, in his belt, was his axe, the blade of which came upon the joint of his wrist ; and, the weight of his body coming upon the...