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" ... in one end of it was a square hole, in the middle of which was a ring touching the sides, and leaving the angles open, so as to form a round hole within a square one. "
An Account of the Voyages Undertaken by the Order of His Present Majesty for ... - Seite 109
von John Byron, John Samuel Wallis, James Cook, Philip Carteret, Sir Joseph Banks - 1785
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A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels, Arranged ..., Band 13

Robert Kerr - 1824
...two pbles, and supported on little arches of wood, very neatly carved ; the use of the poles seemed to be to remove it from place to place, in the manner of our sedan chairs : In one end of it was a square hole, in the middle of which was a'ring touching the sides,...
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The Holy Bible: According to the Authorized Version, Containing the Old and ...

1836
...poles, and supported upon little arches of wood, very neatly covered : the use of the poles seemed to be to remove it from place to place, in the manner of our sedan-chair. In one end of it was a square hole, in the middle of which was a ring touching the sides,...
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Eastern Arts and Antiquities Mentioned in the Sacred Scriptures

1840 - 366 Seiten
...poles, and supported upon little arches of wood, very neatly covered ; the use of the poles seemed to be to remove it from place to place, in the manner of our sedan chair. In one end of it was a square hole, in the middle of which was a ring touching the sides...
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The Voyages of Captain James Cook: Illustrated with Maps and Numerous ...

James Cook - 1842
...two poles, and supported on little arches of wood, very neatly carved ; the use of the poles seemed to be to remove it from place to place, in the manner of our sedan-chairs ; in one end of it was a square hole, in the middle of which was a ring touching the sides,...
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The Bible: what it is! By 'Iconoclast'.

Charles Bradlaugh - 1857
...two poles, and supported on little arches of wood, very neatly carved. The use of the poles seemed to be to remove it from place to place, in the manner of our sedan-chairs ; in one end of it was a square hole, in the middle of which was a ring touching the sides,...
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The Historical Landmarks and Other Evidences of Freemasonry ..., Band 2

George Oliver - 1867
...poles, and supported upon little arches 'of wood, very neatly covered ; the use of the poles seemed to be to remove it from place to place, in the manner of our sedanchairs. In one end of it was a square hole, in the middle of which was a ring touching the sides,...
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The biblical museum. Old Testament, Band 1

James Comper Gray - 1876
...poles, and supported upon little arches of wood, very neatly covered : the use of the poles seemed to be to remove it from place to place in the manner of our sedan-chair. In one end of it was a square hole, in the middle of which was a ring touching the sides,...
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The Universal Magazine, Bände 52-53

1773
...two poles, and fupported npon little arches of wood, very neatly carved ; the ufe of the poles leemed to be to remove it from place to place, in the manner of our fedan-chairs. In one end of it was a fquare hole, in the midft of which was a ring touching the (ides,...
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