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Page 245 of Subjects of the Day; A Quarterly Review of Current Topics Vol. 2, Issue 4 [page]

1886 Subjects of the Day; A Quarterly Review of Current Topics  
We are caught; We'll come back quick as thought— All that come!” And we came. With stirrup clank Closing up, rank on rank, We charged at once: And were scattered by the fire Of the Infants.  ...  This is all about the raid On Buford, that we made Long ago; How we waked the Second Corps, And came away before We accomplished any more Against the foe.  ... 

Page 814 of The Cornhill Magazine Vol. 36, Issue 216 [page]

1914 The Cornhill Magazine  
After that I followed your example and fainted, so how we came here I know no more than you.’  ...  ‘Duroc,’ I questioned feebly, ‘where are we? What has happened ? How came we here ?’ ‘Where are we?’ replied Duroc, who seemed in the highest spirits. ‘In a special field-hospital, I believe.  ... 

Page 44 of The Living Age Vol. 282, Issue 3652 [page]

1914 The Living Age  
After that I fol- lowed your example and fainted, so how we came here I know no more than you.” He laughed joyously.  ...  “Duroc,” I questioned feebly, “where are we? What has happened? How came we here?” “Where are we?” replied Duroc, who seemed in the highest spirits. “In a special field-hospital, I believe.  ... 

Page 17 of North British Review Vol. 8, Issue 15 [page]

1847 North British Review  
We long to know how it came to be the artificial complicated thing which it now is; how the present boundaries which circumscribe nations came to be defined; how their distant colonial possessions came  ...  Here our sketch of Lord Lindsay’s work closes; and our readers will perhaps be surprised that he should have filled three octavo volumes, and yet have brought his history scarcely further than to the close  ... 

Page 273 of The Gentleman's Magazine Vol. 244, Issue [page]

1878 The Gentleman's Magazine  
We camped out by the carcase, and fed on it till our strength came back. I don’t know how long. We had been seventeen days out, when we returned to the ship.  ...  It would have been sheer madness to use such a charge except at close quarters, and I lay quiet like a dead man behind my mate’s body, with my finger on the trigger. “‘ How I cursed the creature’s cunning  ... 

Page 623 of The American Magazine Vol. 14, Issue 5 [page]

1882 The American Magazine  
A had fortunately his rug; we lay as close to each other 2s we possibly could, I close up to H——’s back, and A—— close up to mine with his arm round me, How bitterly cold it was, how the wind did roar!  ...  the waves; however, wo came to the surface again, and Lui and the Fijian grasped me again ; a huge wave separated us again, again we came together, and made avain attempt.  ... 

Page 378 of Peterson Magazine Vol. 54, Issue 5 [page]

1868 Peterson Magazine  
you dear, dear boy, how; ‘We have been traveling a long, time,” said came you in this far-off place.” ‘Not strange to me!—not to me!  ...  Then the breath came back to his} was happy till we came in search of our best lips; his eyes filled with tender joy, and, clasp-} friends.” ing his hands in an ecstasy of thanksgiving, he; “You mean her  ... 

Page 632 of The Bibliotheca Sacra Vol. 55, Issue 220 [page]

1898 The Bibliotheca Sacra  
[Oct. cally that which we call Hebrew.” There were, he adds, differences, but differences that were hardly appreciable.* But how, it may be asked, came this similarity of speech?  ...  Hommel refers to the period when “ they adopted the Canaanitish tongue in place of their original language” (p. 120); while Sayce says, “ How the Israelites came to adopt the language of Canaan is a question  ... 

Page 843 of Saint Nicholas; A Magazine for Boys and Girls Vol. 32, Issue 9 [page]

1905 Saint Nicholas; A Magazine for Boys and Girls  
With sketch-book and pencil in hand, I closely watched the birds ; and you may imagine my delight to see just how they man- aged to touch and dip up the water as they came within a few steps of me.  ...  HOW SWALLOWS DRINK. OF course we know that swallows drink as they skim over the surface of water.  ... 

Page 540 of World's Work Vol. 55, Issue 5 [page]

1928 World's Work  
How huge he looked under the tree and how increasingly huge as he walked away with head high up in the air! I wondered if on close approach Mr.  ...  He came back presently.  ... 

Page 341 of Outing : Sport, Adventure, Travel, Fiction Vol. 4, Issue 5 [page]

1884 Outing : Sport, Adventure, Travel, Fiction  
And still we sailed on. How strange it seemed! The veil opened to let us pass, and closed behind us as we advanced.  ...  How arrest its coming or hasten its going? YACHTING AROUND CAPE COD. 341 As we came on deck again we were delighted to find that the fog was thinner.  ... 

Page 341 of Outing : Sport, Adventure, Travel, Fiction Vol. 4, Issue 5 [page]

1884 Outing : Sport, Adventure, Travel, Fiction  
And still we sailed on. How strange it seemed! The veil opened to let us pass, and closed behind us as we advanced.  ...  How arrest its coming or hasten its going? YACHTING AROUND CAPE COD. 341 As we came on deck again we were delighted to find that the fog was thinner.  ... 

Page 417 of Peterson Magazine Vol. 68, Issue 6 [page]

1875 Peterson Magazine  
You will whisper to him how much we have suffered, how hungry we have been, how the rain came down upon us in the night. “But through it all I kept you close, close to my heart.  ...  The old man drew back, and looked keenly into the face bending close to his. “« Man, are ye stark mad ?”’ “T saw her. I saw the child with my own eyes.” “But how came it?  ... 

Page 623 of The Saint Pauls Magazine Vol. 12, Issue [page]

1873 The Saint Pauls Magazine  
The quiet, stealthy footsteps came again, and close to me—very close. Suddenly Joshua roused himself and came towards me, with his eyes fixed on the ground.  ...  those trees—those tall wonderful shaped trees—foreign and strange to us, and looking so quiet and placid, with the sunshine on their trunks ; how we looked at them, governor—you and I—and how we wondered  ... 

Page 304 of The English Illustrated Magazine Vol. 40, Issue 69 [page]

1908 The English Illustrated Magazine  
she pleaded, “ but shall we be in time?” “ Please God, yes,” I answered h:r, and my fingers closed more closely over her trembling grasp.  ...  He turned to me like a man suddenly struck in the face, stared a moment, and came close. “ Why, there is a traitor on board this boat,’”’ he muttered. “ You areright.  ... 
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