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" ... and a marine following with three more loaded firelocks to keep in readiness. We had not gone above twenty yards through mud and water, the negro looking every way with an uncommon degree of vivacity and attention, when starting behind me he called... "
Travels in South America - Page 160
1822 - 180 pages
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The Port Folio, Volume 4

1810
...vivacity and attention, when starting behind me he called out, " Me see snakee !" and in effect there lay the animal rolled up under the fallen leaves and rubbish of the trees, and so well covered that it was some time before I distinctly perceived the head of this...
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A Collection of the Most Celebrated Voyages & Travels, from the Discovery of ...

R. P. Forster - 1818
...vivacity and attention ; when starting behind me, he called out, " Me see snakee !" and in effect there lay the animal, rolled up under the fallen leaves and rubbish of the trees ; and so well covered, that it was some time before I distinctly perceived the head of this...
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The Cottager's monthly visitor, Volume 13

1833
...snake, called the BOA. A negro, who was with him, pointed it out. The creature was rolled up under some fallen leaves, and rubbish of trees, and so well covered...while its eyes sparkled with uncommon brightness." We need not describe the eagerness of the negro to kill this enormous animal, nor the difficulty which...
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An Illustrated History of British Guiana

George Hanneman Bennett - 1866 - 265 pages
...vivacity ami attention ; when starting behind he called out, " Me see snakce !" and in effect there lay the animal, rolled up under the fallen leaves and rubbish of the trees : and so well covered, that it was some time before I distinctly perceived the head of this...
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Oriental Annual

H. Caunter - 1996 - 242 pages
...vivacity and attention, when, starting behind me, he called out, ' Me see snakee !' and in effect there lay the animal, rolled up under the fallen leaves and rubbish of the trees; and so well covered, that it was some time before I distinctly perceived the head of the...
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