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" As soon as there was light enough, I went to his hammock, and saw it much stained with blood. " There," said he, thrusting his foot out of the hammock, " see how these infernal imps have been drawing my life's blood. "
The London Magazine - Página 431
1826
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Wanderings in South America, the North-west of the United States, and the ...

Charles Waterton - 1825 - 326 páginas
...saying his morning prayers. " What is the matter, Sir," said I, softly; "is any thing amiss?" " What's the matter?" answered he, surlily; " why, the Vampires...foot, I found the Vampire had tapped his great toe : THIRD JOURNEY. there was a wound somewhat less than that made by a leech ; the blood was still oosing...
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The Quarterly Review, Volumen 33

George Walter Prothero - 1826
...morning prayers. " What " What is the matter, Sir," said I, softly ; " is any thing amiss ?" " What's the matter ?" answered he, surlily ; " why the Vampires...imps have been drawing my life's blood." On examining his-foot, I found the Vampire had tapped his great toe : there was a wound somewhat less than that'...
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The Literary Gazette: A Weekly Journal of Literature, Science ..., Volumen 10

William Jerdan, William Ring Workman, John Morley, Frederick Arnold, Charles Wycliffe Goodwin - 1826
...his morning prayers. ' What is the matter, sir?' said I, softly ; ' is any thing amiss ?' ' What's the matter ?' answered he, surlily ;.' why the vampires...the hammock, ' see how these infernal imps have been draw¡ng my life's blood.' On examining his foot, t found the vampire had tapped his great toe : there...
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The Quarterly review, Volumen 33

1826
...his morning prayers. " What "What is the matter, Sir," said I, softly; "is any thing amiss?" " What's the matter ?" answered he, surlily ; " why the Vampires...went to his hammock, and saw it much stained with hlood. " There/' said he, thrusting his foot out of the hammock, " see how these infernal imps have...
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A Natural History of the Globe: Of Man, of Beasts, Birds, Fishes ..., Volumen 2

Georges Louis Leclerc comte de Buffon, John Wright (F.Z.S.) - 1831
...softly ; " is any thing amiss ? " " What's the matter ? " answered he sullenly ; " why the Vampyres have been sucking me to death." As soon as there was light enough, I went to his hammock, and saw that it was much stained with blood. " There," said he, thrusting his foot out of the hammock, " see...
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A System of Natural History: Containing Scientific and Popular Descriptions ...

1834 - 684 páginas
...is the matter, Sir,' said I softly; 'is anything amiss?' 'What's the matter?' answered he sullenly; 'why the vampires have been sucking me to death.'...there was light enough, I went to his hammock, and saw that it was much stained with blood. 'There,' said he, thrusting his foot out of the hammock, 'see...
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On the Habits and Instincts of Animals

William Swainson - 1840 - 375 páginas
...an imprecation or two. ' What is the matter, sir ? ' said I softly. ' Is anything amiss ? ' 'What's the matter ! ' answered he surlily, — ' why, the...as there was light enough, I went to his hammock. ' See,' said he, ' how these infernal imps have been drawing my life's blood !' On examining his foot,...
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A natural history of British and foreign quadrupeds: containing many modern ...

James Hamilton Fennell - 1841 - 556 páginas
...letting fall an imprecation or two, just about the time he ought to have been saying his morning prayers. As soon as there was light enough, I went to his hammock, and saw it much stained with blood. 'Here,' said he, * Narrative of an Expedition to Surinam (1806). thrusting his foot out of the hammock...
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The Works of the Rev. Sydney Smith, Volumen 2

1844
...his morning prayers. "What is the matter, sir ? " said I, softly; "is anything amiss ?"—" What's the matter!" answered he, surlily; " why, the vampires...have been sucking me to death." As soon as there was ligh: enough, I went to his hammock, and saw it much stained with bloo-J. "There," said he, thrusting...
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The Works of the Rev. Sydney Smith

Sydney Smith - 1844 - 333 páginas
...morning prayers. " What is the matrer, sir ?" said 1, softly ; " is any thing amiss ?" — " Whal's the matter?" answered he, surlily; "why, the vampires have been sucking me to death." As boon as there was light enough, 1 went to his hammock, and saw it much stained with blood. " There,"...
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