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" Faint flashes of lightning-, attended sometimes by very distant thunder, are then seen to vibrate in quick succession. The clouds in that quarter become gradually more dense and black ; they also increase in bulk, and appear as if heaped on each other.... "
The Monthly Magazine - Page 174
1810
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Report of the Committee of the African Institution, Issues 1-6

African Institution (London, England). - Antislavery movements - 1807
...as if heaped on each other. The thunder, which at first was scarcely noticed, or hcdrd only at loog intervals, draws nearer by degrees, and becomes more...increases, until a great part of the heavens seems wrapped in the darkness of midnight : and it is rendered still more awful, by being contrasted with a gleam...
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Report of the Directors ..., Issues 1-5

Africa Institution, London - Blacks - 1807
...dense and black; they also increase in bulk, and appear as if heaped on each other. The thunder, which at first was scarcely noticed, or heard only at long...degrees, and becomes more frequent and tremendous. The blackneis of the clouds increases, until a great part of the heavens seems wrapped in the darkness...
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The British Review, and London Critical Journal

English literature - 1812
...dense and black; they also increase in bulk, and appear as if heaped on each other. The thunder, which at first was scarcely noticed, or heard only at long...increases, until a great part of the heavens seems wrapped in the darkness of midnight: and it is rendered still more tremendous, by being contrasted with a gleam...
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The British review and London critical journal

1812
...dense and black; they also increase in bulk, and appear as if heaped on each other. The thunder, which at first was scarcely noticed, or heard only at long intervals, draws nearer by degrees, and beco'nes more frequent and tremendous. The blackness of the clouds increases, until a great part of...
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Report of the Committee of the African Institution, Volume 4

Blacks - 1814
...dense and black; they also increase in bulk, and appear as if heaped on each other. The thunder- which at first was scarcely noticed, or heard only at long...draws nearer by degrees, and becomes more frequent aid tremendous. The blackness of the clouds increases, until a great part of the heavens seems wrapped...
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The Pocket Magazine of Classics and Polite Literature, Volume 2

1818
...dense and black ; they also increase in bulk, and appear as if heaped on each other. The thunder, which at first was scarcely noticed, or heard only at long...increases, until a great part of the heavens seems wrapped in the darkness of midnight, and it is rendered still more tremendous by being contrasted with a gleam...
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West-African Sketches

Africa, West - 1824 - 273 pages
...dense and black, they also increase in bulk, and appear as if heaped on each other : the thunder, which at first was scarcely noticed, or heard only at long...clouds increases, until a great part of the heavens seem wrapped in the darkness of midnight, and it is rendered still more awful by being contrasted with...
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History of the British Colonies: Possessions in Africa and Australia

Robert Montgomery Martin - Great Britain - 1835
...dense and black; they also increase in bulk, and appear as if heaped on each other. The thunder, which at first was scarcely noticed, or heard only at long...frequent and tremendous. The blackness of the clouds increase until a great part of the heavens seem wrapped in the darkness of midnight : and it is rendered...
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History of the British Possessions in the Indian & Atlantic Oceans ...

Robert Montgomery Martin - Africa - 1837 - 358 pages
...dense and black ; they also increase in bulk, and appear as if heaped on each other. The thunder, which at first was scarcely noticed, or heard only at long...increases until a great part of the heavens seems wrapped in the darkness of midnight : and it is rendered still more awful, by being contrasted with a gleam...
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The Monthly magazine, Volume 30

Monthly literary register - 1810
...each other. The thunder, which at first was scarcely noticed, or heard only at long intervals, drawl nearer by degrees, and becomes more frequent and tremendous....increases, until a great part of the heavens seems wrapped in the darkness of midnight ; and it is rendered still more iwl'ul, by being contrasted with a gleam...
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