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" ... and universal was the interest that had fastened every gaze upon the spot where poor Bob stood trembling on the awful verge of fate. The commodore asked not a question, uttered not a syllable. He was a darkfaced, austere man, and it was thought by... "
Naval Stories - Seite 124
von William Leggett - 1834 - 179 Seiten
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The Atlantic Club-book : Being Sketches in Prose and Verse, Band 1

1834
...a syllable. He was a dark-faced, austere man, and it was thought by some of the midshipmen that he entertained but little affection for his son. However...with precisely the same strict discipline that he did the other young officers, or if there was any difference at all, it was not in favor of Bob. Some...
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The Atlantic Club-book: Being Sketches in Prose and Verse, Band 1

1834
...have been, it was certain that he treated him with precisely the same strict discipline that he did the other young officers, or if there was any difference at all, it was not in favor of Bob. Some who pretended to have studied his character closely, affirmed that he loved his...
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The Parterre of fiction, poetry, history [&c.]., Band 1

1834
...a syllable. He was a dark-faced, austere man, and it was thought by some of the midshipmen that he entertained but little affection for his son. However that might have been, it was certain that be treated him with precisely the same strict discipline that he did the other ynung officers, or if...
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The Republic of Letters: A Selection, in Poetry and Prose, from the ..., Band 2

Alexander Whitelaw - 1835
...austere man, and it was thought by some of the midshipmen that he entertained but little aflection for his son. However that might have been, it was...with precisely the same strict discipline that he did the other young officers, or if there was any difference at all, it was not in favour of Bob. Some,...
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The church scholar's reading-book, selected from the Saturday magazine

Saturday magazine - 1840
...a syllable. He was a dark-faced, austere man, and it was thought by some of the midshipmen that he entertained but little affection for his son. However...might have been, it was certain that he treated him witli precisely the snmo strict discipline that he maintained towards theotlter young officers, or...
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The history of a ship, from her cradle to her grave

Ben (grandpa, pseud.) - 1843
...a syllable. He was a dark-faced, austere man ; and it was thought by some of the midshipmen that he entertained but little affection for his son. However that might have been, it is certain that he treated him with precisely the same strict discipline that he maintained towards...
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Parley's Magazine, Band 11

1843
...a syllable. He was a dark-faced, austere man, and it was thought by some of the midshipmen that he entertained but little affection for his son. However...if there was any difference at all, it was not in favor of Bob. Some, who pretended to have studied his character closely, affirmed that he loved his...
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The history of a ship, from her cradle to her grave

Ben (grandpa, pseud.) - 1848
...MAIN-TRUCK, OR lable. He was a dark-faced, austere man ; and it was thought by some of the midshipmen that he entertained but little affection for his son. However that might have been, it is certain that he treated him with precisely the same strict discipline that he maintained towards...
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Ocean Scenes: Or, The Perils and Beauties of the Deep : Being Interesting ...

1854 - 492 Seiten
...a syllable. He was a dark-faced, austere man, and it was thought by some of the midshipmen that he entertained but little affection for his son. However...with precisely the same strict discipline that he did the other young officers, or if there was any difference at all, it was not in favor of Bob. Some,...
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Cyclopaedia of American Literature: Embracing Personal and Critical ..., Band 2

Evert Augustus Duyckinck - 1856
...a syllable. He was a dark-faced, austere man, and it was thought by some of the midshipmen that he entertained but little affection for his son. However...with precisely the same strict discipline that he did the other young officers, or if there was any difference at all, it was not in favor of Bob. Some...
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