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" ... he took his own pocket-knife, and on trying to swallow it " it slipped down his throat with great ease, and by the assistance of some drink and the weight of the knife," it was conveyed into his stomach. The spectators, however, were not satisfied... "
The Edinburgh Philosophical Journal - Seite 202
1822
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Annals of Philosophy, Band 4;Band 20

Richard Phillips, Edward William Brayley - 1822
...after drinking freely, boasted that he could swallow knives as well as the Frenchman. He was taken on his word and challenged to do it. Thus pressed, and...his answer was, " all the knives on board the ship ;" upon which, three knives were immediately produced, which were swallowed in the same way as the...
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Annals of Philosophy, Band 4;Band 20

Richard Phillips, Edward William Brayley - 1822
...acknowledged in his narrative) " not particularly anxious to take the job in hand, he did not like tp go against his word, and having a good supply of grog...his answer was, " all the knives on board the ship ;" upon which, three knives were immediately produced, which were swallowed in the same way as the...
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The Edinburgh Philosophical Journal, Band 7

1822
...but, by having a good supply of grog inwardly, he took his own pocket-knife, and tried it first, which slipped down his throat with great ease ; and, by...assistance of some drink and the weight of the knife, conveyed it into his stomach. But still the spectators seemed not satisfied with one, but made further...
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The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction, Band 1

Reuben Percy, John Timbs - 1823
...and having a good supply of grog inwardly, he took his own pocket-knife, and on trying to THE MIRROR. swallow it, it slipped down his throat •with great...His answer was — all the knives on board the ship ; upon which three knives were immediately produced, whicli mere smallomed in the same way as the former;...
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The Mirror of literature, amusement, and instruction [ed. by T. Byerley ...

Thomas Byerley - 1823
...supply of grog inwardly, he took his own pocket knife, and on trying to 2ß THE it, tt slipped down bis throat with great ease, and by the assistance of some drink, and the weight of the knife, it was convey«! into Ms stomach. The spectators, however, were not satisfied with one experiment, and asked...
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The Boston Journal of Philosophy and the Arts, Band 1

John White Webster, John Ware, Daniel Treadwell - 1824
...to go against his word, and having a good supply of grog inwardly," he took his own pocketknife, ana on trying to swallow it, it slipped down his throat...satisfied with one experiment, and asked the operator " whethep he could swallow more ?" his answer was, " all the knives on board the ship ;" upon which...
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Popular physiology

Perceval Barton Lord - 1839
...but by having a good supply of grog inwardly, he took his own pocket-knife and tried it first, which slipped down his throat with great ease ; and by the...assistance of some drink, and the weight of the knife, conveyed it into his stomach. But still the spectators seemed not satisfied \vith one, but made further...
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The pathology and cure of the principal diseases of the rectum and anus

Ebenezer David Silver - 1844
...took his own pocket-knife, and on trying to swallow it, it slipped down his throat with the greatest ease, and by the assistance of some drink, and the...his answer was, 'All the knives on board the ship ;' upon which, three knives were immediately produced, which were swallowed in the same way as the...
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The Penny satirist and London pioneer [afterw.] The London pioneer ..., Band 3

...supply of grog inwardly," he took out his own pocket-knife, and upou trying to swallow it, "it slij.ped down his throat with great ease, and by the assistance of some drink, and the weight of the knife," it descended into hit stomach. Successful as this performance was, bis companions were not satisfied with...
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Chambers's pocket miscellany

Chambers W. and R., ltd - 1852
...job in hand, he did not like to go against his word, and having a good supply of grog inwardly,' ho took his own pocket-knife, and on trying to swallow...his answer was, ' All the knives on board the ship ! ' upon which three knives were immediately produced, which were swallowed in the same way as the...
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