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" On the 19th the sky was obscured by immense fleeces -of clouds, surcharged with inflammable matter : and in the evening the rain fell in torrents, the firmament darkened apace, sudden night came on, and the horrors of extreme darkness were rendered still... "
A Narrative of the Extraordinary Adventures and Sufferings by Shipwreck ... - Page 235
by Donald Campbell - 1801 - 359 pages
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The European Magazine: And London Review, Volume 29

1796
...firmament darkened apace, fudden night came on, and the horrors of extreme darknefs were rendered ftill more horrible by the peals of thunder which rent the air, and the frequent flalhes of lightning, which icrved only to Jliew us the horror uf our fituatioo, and leave us in increafed...
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A Journey Over Land to India: Partly by a Route Never Gone Before by Any ...

Donald Campbell - 1795 - 504 pages
...apace, fudden night came on, and the horrors of extreme darknels were rendered ftjill more hprrible by the peals of thunder which rent the air, and the frequent flaflies of lightning, which ferved only to (hew us the horror of our fituation, and leave us in increafed...
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A Narrative of the Extraordinary Adventures, and Sufferings by Shipwreck ...

Donald Campbell, Stephen Jones - 1796 - 276 pages
...firmament darkened apace, fudden night came on, and the horrors of extreme darknefs were rendered dill more horrible by the peals! of thunder which rent the air, and the frequent flames of lightning, which fervedonly to (hew us the horror of our filiation, and leave us in increafed...
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Historical Account of the Most Celebrated Voyages, Travels, and Discoveries ...

William Fordyce Mavor - 1797
...firmament darkened apace, fudden night came on, 'and the horrors of extreme darknefs were rendered ftill more horrible by the peals of thunder which rent the air, and the frequent flafhes of lightuing, which ferved only to fhew us the horror of our fituation, and leave us in incrcafed...
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A narrative of the extraordinary adventures, and sufferings by shipwreck ...

Donald Campbell - 1797
...firmament darkened apace, fuddert night came on, and the horrors of extreme darknefs were rendered flill more horrible by the peals of thunder which rent the air, and the frequent flafhes of lightning, which ferved only to (hew the horror of our fituat ion, and leave us in increafed...
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The gleaner; or, Entertainment for the fire-side [compiled by J. Watson].

Gleaner - 1805
...jrapressions, and determined to proceed. " On the 19th the sky was obscured by immense fleeces ofelouds, surcharged with inflammable matter; and in the evening...and a heavy sea, raised by its force, united with jt to make our state more formidable. "By day-light on the morning of the twentieth, the gale had increased...
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A Journey Over Land to India, Partly by a Route Never Gone Before by Any ...

Donald Campbell - 1807 - 438 pages
...firmament darkened apace, fudden night came on, and the horrors of extreme darknefs were rendered ftill more horrible by the peals of thunder which rent the air, and the frequent flames of lightning, which ferved only to fliew us tfre horror of our fuuation, and leave us in increafed...
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Shipwreck and captivity of captain Donald Campbell, on leaving Goa for ...

Donald Campbell - 1807
...the. evening the rain fell in torrents, the firmament darkened iipace, sudden ¿light ramo on, ajid the horrors of .extreme darkness were rendered still more horrible by the peals of th under which rent the çir, and the frequent flashes fif lightning, which sewed only to show the...
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The Flowers of Modern Travels: Being Elegant, Entertaining and ..., Volume 2

John Adams - 1816
...violence. I scorned, however, to yield to those united impressions, and determined to proceed. On the 19th the sky was obscured by immense fleeces -of clouds,...our situation, and leave us in increased darkness : mean time the wind became more violent, blowing on the shore>; and a heavy sea, raised by its force,...
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Narrative of the Adventures and Sufferings by Shipwreck and Imprisonment in ...

Donald Campbell, Stephen Cullen Carpenter - 1821
...and in short very unfit to encounter a gale 'of wind of any violence. I scorned, however, to yiefd to those united impressions, and determined to proceed....frequent flashes of lightning, which served only to show the horror of our situation, and leave us in increased darkness : meantime the wind became more...
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