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" It was still the hot season of the year, and we were to travel through that country, over which the horrid wind I have before mentioned sweeps its consuming blasts : it is called by the Turks samiel, is mentioned by holy Job under the name of the East... "
A Narrative of the Extraordinary Adventures and Sufferings by Shipwreck ... - Page 221
by Donald Campbell - 1801 - 359 pages
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A Journey Over Land to India: Partly by a Route Never Gone Before by Any ...

Donald Campbell - 1795 - 504 pages
...the hopes of water carriage to Bagdad had never once occurred to my mind. It was ftill the hot feafon of the year, and we were to travel through that country,...over which the horrid wind I have before mentioned fweeps its confuming blafts : it is called by the Turk* Samiel, is mentioned by holy Job under the...
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A journey over land to India ... in a series of letters to his son

Donald Campbell - 1796
...hopes hopes of wafer carriage to Bagdad had never once occurred to my mind. It was ftill the hot feafen of the year, and we were to travel through that country,...over which the horrid, wind I have before mentioned fweeps its confuming blafts : it is called by the Turks Samiel, is mentioned by holy Job under the...
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A Narrative of the Extraordinary Adventures, and Sufferings by Shipwreck ...

Donald Campbell, Stephen Jones - 1796 - 276 pages
...travel through that country, over which the horrid wind before mentioned fweeps its confuming blafts : it is called by the Turks Samiel ; is mentioned by holy Job under the name of the eaft wind, and extends its ravages all the way from the extreme end of the gulph of Cambaya up to Mofiil...
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A narrative of the extraordinary adventures, and sufferings by shipwreck ...

Donald Campbell - 1797
...travel through that country, over which the horrid wind before mentioned fweeps its containing blafts : it is called by the Turks, Samiel ; is mentioned by holy Job under the name of the eaft wind, and extends its ravages all the way from the extreme end of the gulph of Cambaya up to Moful...
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A Journey Over Land to India, Partly by a Route Never Gone Before by Any ...

Donald Campbell - 1807 - 438 pages
...hopes of water carriage to Bagdad had never once occurred to my mind. It was - ftfll the hot feafon of the year, and we were to travel through that country,...over which the horrid wind I have before mentioned fweeps its confuming blafts: it is called by the Turks famiel, is mentioned by holy Job under the name...
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The Panoplist, and Missionary Magazine United, Volume 5

1810
...be equally dangerous ; and which, therefore, demanded a full exertion of fortitude and resolution. ' It was still the hot season of the year, and we were...its consuming blasts. It is called, by the Turks, .vv •/••/. — is mentioned, by holy Job, under the name of the East Wind, and extends its ravages...
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The Gospel Treasury ...: Biblical criticisms, interesting dialogues, and a ...

1810
...to be equally dangerous; and which, therefore, demanded a full exertion of fortitude and resolution. It was still the hot season of the year, and we were...its consuming blasts. It is called, by the Turks, Samicl, is mentioned, by holy Job, under the name of the east wind, and extends its ravages all the...
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The Panoplist (and Missionary magazine) conducted by an association of ...

1810
...equally dangerous ; and which, there, fore, demanded a full exertion of fortitude and resolution. ' It was still the hot season of the year, and we were...travel through that country, over which the horrid wind 1 have before mentioned sweeps its consuming blasts. It is called, by the Turks, Samiel, — is mentioned,...
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The Evangelical Magazine

1808
.... The following extract from Campbell's Travels confirms Mr. Bruce's account : — * ft Tray stffi the hot season of the year, and we were to travel...through that country over which the horrid wind I have just before mentioned sweeps its consuming blasts t it is called by ike Turks Sarnie I, — is mentioned...
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Sacred Geography: Or, A Gazetteer of the Bible. Containing, in Alphabetical ...

Elijah Parish - 1813 - 522 pages
...day's sun, as to produce a disagreeable heat to the body, at the distance of a foot or even a yard. It was still the hot season of the year, and we were...through that country, over which the horrid wind, called by the Turks Sarnie/, sweeps its consuming blasts. Job calls it the East wind; its ravages extend...
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