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“I obferved fmoke in fevend places; however, we did nothing more than fet up a poft, on which every one cut his name, or his mark, and upon which I hoifted a flag.”
“On Tueiday, they faw very large columns of fmoke rifing from the low lands.”
“The tops of thefe mountains are fo high, that they are loft in the clouds, and are frequently covered by thick exhalations or fmoke, that afcends from them.”
“The Indians fmoke cigars four or five inches long, and thick as the little finger.”
“It was at the extremity of the Bay of Rivoli alone that we diftinguifhed any fmoke.”
“About four o'clock in the morning of the i6th, the cr. itt-r of Veluvius began to ihow Ggns of being open, by fome black fmoke iffuing out of it; and at day -”
“The top is always covered with Ihow, though it never ceales to fmoke, and often fends forth flames.”
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“And the perpetuity and mifery of her o - verthrow, never to revive any more, was reprefented by the emblem of horrible fmoke from the unquench - able fire that confumed her, as incefiantly afcending from her ruins to an endiefs eternity.”
“Haven, then called Quinnipiack, a great fmoke, at a fmall diftance, was difcovered in the woods.”
“* The fmoke of her torment, maybe probably, be deftroycd, either by fuh - taken, as in the paraphrafe, either in the terraneous fires bur fling out of the vol - metaphorical fenfe to fignify the mod canos, that are frequent in thofe parts; dreadful and entire deftruction of all her or by the fire of enemies in befieging it, pomp and power, through the whole ex - when the ten kin?”
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