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" Every one enquired of the other their opinion of this wonderful phenomenon. They concluded that it must be a travelling house ; but they could find no names for the horses, having in their country no larger animals than hogs. Some of these indeed were... "
A Voyage Round the World: In the Years 1800, 1801, 1802, 1803, and 1804, in ... - Page 125
by John Turnbull - 1805
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Enos Bronson - Literature, Modern - 1809
...four horses standing almost opposite the ship. This astonished them beyond measure. Every one inquired of the other their opinion of this wonderful phenomenon....mighty hogs. A short time after this, the coach setting oflT at a good round trot, they exclaimed in ecstacy to each other, Oh ! how they fly. It was impossible...
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1809
...concluded that it must be a travelling house ; but they could find no names for the horses, liaving in their country no larger animals than hogs. Some...setting off at a good round trot, they exclaimed in ecstacy to each other, Oh! how they fly. It was impossible to recall their attention to any part of...
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