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" I had appearance of life remaining; and believed I might recover if the door was opened very soon. This answer being returned to the suba, an order came immediately for our release, it being then near six in the morning. "
The Percy Anecdotes: Original and Select [by] Sholto and Reuben Percy ... - Page 36
1826
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Annual Register, Volume 1

Edmund Burke - 1759 - 516 pages
...us, fent one of his Jcmmautdaars to enquire if the Chief furvived. They fhewed me to him ; told I had appearance of life remaining; and believed I might recover, if the door was opened very foon. This anfwer being returned to the Suba, an order came immediately for our releafe, it being then...
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India tracts by mr. Holwell and friends

John Zephaniah Holwell - 1764 - 302 pages
...fent one of his Jemmautdaars to inquire if the chief furvived. They (hewed me to him; told him I had appearance of life remaining, and believed I might recover if the door was opened very foon. This anfwer being returned to the Suba, an order tame immediately for our releafe, it being then...
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India Tracts: An address to the proprietors of East-India stock; setting ...

John Zephaniah Holwell - 1764 - 310 pages
...Jemmautdaars to inquire if *he chief furvived. They fhewed me to him ; told him I had appear* ance of life remaining^ and believed I might recover if the door was opened very foon.. This anfwer being returned to the Suba, an order came immediately for our releafc, it being...
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Annual Register of World Events, Volume 1

1764 - 524 pages
...out fent one of hit Jemmautdaars to enquire if the Chief furvived. They ihewed me to him ; told I had appearance of life remaining ; and believed I might recover if the door ugn was opened very foon. This anfwer being returned to the fuba, an order came immediately for our...
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India Tracts

John Zephaniah Holwell - 1774 - 458 pages
...fent one of his Jemmautdaars to inquire if the chief iui vived. They fhewed me to him ; told him I had appearance of life remaining, and believed I might recover if the door was opened very foon. This anfwer being returned to the Suba, an order came immediately for our releafe, it being then...
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The Scots Magazine, Volume 20

1758 - 748 pages
...fent one of his jemmautdaars to inquire if the chief furvived. They (hewed me to him ; told him I had appearance of life remaining, and believed I might recover if the door was opened very foon. This anfwer being returned to the Suba, an order came immediately for our releafc, it being then...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

1795 - 532 pages
...of his jemmautdaars to enquire if the chief survived. They shewed me to him ; told I had aptoearance of life remaining ; and believed I might recover if...our release, it being then near six in the morning. As the door opened inwards, and as the dead were piled up against it, and covered all the rest of the...
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The New Wonderful Museum, and Extraordinary Magazine:: Being a Complete ...

William Granger - 1804 - 688 pages
...us, fent one of his Jemmautdaarsto enquire if the Chief furvived. They (hewed me to him ; told I had appearance of life remaining ; and believed I might recover if the door was opened very foon. This anfwer being returned to the fuba, an order came immediately for our releafe, it being then...
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The Eccentric Mirror: Reflecting a Faithful and Interesting Delineation of ...

G. H. Wilson - 1807 - 442 pages
...one of his Jemmautdaars to enquire if the Chief survived. They shewed me to him; told him I had some appearance of life remaining: and believed I might...morning. " The fresh air at the window soon brought VOL. 2.-T-KO. U5. P '' me to life, and restored me to my sight and senses: but 1 will not iUtempt to...
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The Terrific Register: Or, Record of Crimes, Judgments, Providences, and ...

1825 - 840 pages
...death had made amongst us, sent one of his Jemmautdaars to enquire if the chief survived. They shewed me to him ; told him I had the appearance of life...believed I might recover if the door was opened very eooo. This answer being returned to the Suba, an order came immediately for our release, it being then...
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