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" When his powder failed, he took them by speed of foot ; for his way of living, continual exercise of walking and running, cleared him of all gross humours ; so that he ran with wonderful swiftness through the woods, and up the rocks and hills. "
The Wonders of the Little World; Or, A General History of Man:: Displaying ... - Página 455
de Nathaniel Wanley, William Johnston - 1806
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The Miscellaneous Prose Works of Sir Walter Scott, Volumen 4

Sir Walter Scott - 1834
...which he made very good broth, for they are not so rank as ours. He kept an account of 500 that he killed while there, and caught as many more, which...took them by speed of foot ; for his way of living, continual exercise of walking and running, cleared him of all gross humours ; so that he ran with wonderful...
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The Prose Works of Sir Walter Scott, Bart: Biographical memoirs of eminent ...

Sir Walter Scott - 1834
...which he made very good broth, for they are not so rank as ours. He kept an account of 500 that he killed while there, and caught as many more, which he marked on the ear, and let go. When his ponder failed, he took them by speed of foot ; for his way of living, continual exercise of walking...
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The life and adventures of Robinson Crusoe of York, mariner, written by ...

Daniel Defoe - 1836
...which he made vеrу good broth, for they are not so rank as ours. He kept an account of S00 that he killed while there, and caught as many more, which he marked on the ear, and let go. When bis powder failed, be took them by speed of foot; for bis way of living, continual exercise of walking...
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The Life and Adventures of Robinson Crusoe, Volume 1

Daniel Defoe - 1840 - 367 páginas
...which he made very good broth, for they are not so rank as ours. He kept an account of 500 that he killed while there, and caught as many more, which...go. When his powder failed, he took them by speed of feet ; for his way of living, continual exercise of walking and running, cleared him of all gross humours...
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The works of Daniel De Foe [ed.] by W. Hazlitt

Daniel Defoe - 1840
...which he made very good broth, for they are not so rank as our*. He kept an account of 500 that he killed while there, and caught as many more, which he marked on the ear, and let go. When hit powder failed, he took them by speed of feet ; for his way of living, continual exercise of walking...
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The works of Daniel Defoe: with a memoir of his life and writings, Volumen 2

Daniel Defoe - 1841
...which he made very good broth, for they are not so rank as our«. He kept an account of 500 that he e late Prince George of Denmark, feet ; for hú way of living, continual exercise of walking and running, cleared him of all gross humours...
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The works of Daniel De Foe [ed.] by W. Hazlitt

Daniel Defoe - 1841
...they arc not so rank as ours. He kept an account of 500 that he killed while there, and caught as mamy more, which he marked on the ear, and let go. When his powder failed, he took them by speed of feet ; for his way of living, continual exercise of walking and running, cleared him of all gross humours...
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Chambers's Miscellany of Useful and Entertaining Tracts

William Chambers, Robert Chambers - 1847
...it a daily practice to catoh several goats for the use of the sick. " He took them," says Rogers, " by speed of foot ; for his way of living, and continual exercise of walking and running, cleared him oi' all gross humours, so that he ran with wonderful swiftness through the woods, and up the rocks...
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fireside reading travel and adventure comprising some of the most striking ...

rev d w clark d d - 1856
...made it a daily practice to catch several goats for the use of the sick. "He took them," says Rogers, "by speed of foot ; for his way of living, and continual...exercise of walking and running, cleared him of all gross humors, so that he raiTwith wonderful swiftness through the woods, and up the rocks and hills. We had...
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man upon the sea:

frank b. goodrich - 1858
...Having kept an account, he said he had killed five hundred goats while on the island, besides having caught as many more, which he marked on the ear and let them go. When his powder failed, he ran them down by speed of foot ; for his mode of living, with continual...
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