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" ... lay watching beside it. When he saw his master, he still testified his joy by the wagging of his tail. He could do no more ; he tried to rise, but his strength was gone. The vital tide was ebbing fast : even the caresses of his master could not prolong... "
The Universal Magazine - Page 64
1804
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Gleanings in England, Volume 2

Samuel Jackson Pratt - 1801 - 670 pages
...fast, even the caresses of his master could not prolong his fate.. for a few moments. He stretched out his tongue to lick the hand that was now fondling him in the agoiiies of regret, as if to seal forgiveness for the deed that had deprived him of life. He then cast...
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The Monthly Mirror: Reflecting Men and Manners: With Strictures ..., Volume 18

1804 - 452 pages
...ebhing fast: even the caresses of his master could not prolong his fate for a few moments. He stretched out his tongue to lick the hand that was now fondling him in the agonies of regret, as if to seal forgiveness of the deed that had deprived him of life. He then cast a look of kindness on his...
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The General Character of the Dog:: Illustrated by a Variety of Original and ...

Joseph Taylor - 1804 - 202 pages
...faft; even the carefles of his mafter could not prolong his fate for a few moments. He flretchedout his tongue, to lick the hand that was now fondling him in the agonies of regret, as if to feal forgivenefs for the deed that had deprived him of life. He then caft a look of kindD 2 ncfs nefs...
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The gleaner; or, Entertainment for the fire-side [compiled by J. Watson].

Gleaner - 1805 - 426 pages
...ebbing fast: even the caresses of his master could not prolong his fate for a few moments! He stretched out his tongue to lick the hand that was now fondling him in the agonies of regret, as if to seal forgiveness for the deed that had deprived him of life. He then cast a look of kindness on his...
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The Irish magazine, and monthly asylum for neglected biography. Feb.-Nov ...

1809 - 720 pages
...e*ca the carefles of his mailer could, not prolong his fate for a few moments. He ftretcbed out hit tongue to lick the hand that was now fondling him in the agonies of regret, as if to f« forgivneíj of the deed that bad deprived him of life. He then caft » look of kiadoefs on his...
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Rural Sports, Volume 1

William Barker Daniel - 1812 - 696 pages
...the Bag which he had forgotten. The Dog tried to rise, but his strength was exhausted, he stretched out his tongue to lick the hand that was now fondling him with all the agony of regret for the wound its rashness had inflicted, and casting a look of kindness...
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The Youth's magazine, or Evangelical miscellany

1814 - 984 pages
...caresses of his master eould not prolong his fate for a few moments. He stretched out -his tojigue to lick the hand that was now fondling him in the agonies of regret, as if to seal forgiveness of the deed that had deprived hiin of life. He then cast a look of kindness on his...
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The Juvenile Mentor, Or Select Readings: Being American School Class Book No ...

Albert Picket - 1820 - 314 pages
...ebbing fast: even the caresses of his master could not prolong his fate for a few moments. He stretched out his tongue to lick the hand that was now fondling him, in the agonies of regret, as if to seal forgiveness of the deed that had deprived him of life. He then cast a look of kindness on his...
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The Nic-Nac; or, oracle of knowledge, Volume 1

1822 - 430 pages
...ebbing fast ; even the caresses of his master could not prolong his fate for a few moments. He stretched out his tongue to lick the hand that was now fondling him in the agonies of regret, as if to seal forgiveness for the deed that had deprived him of life. He then cast a look of kindness on his...
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The Nic-nac: Or, Literary Cabinet, Volume 1

1823 - 442 pages
...even the caresses of his master could not prolong his fate for a few moments: He stretched out liis tongue to lick the hand that was now fondling him in the agonies of regret, as if to seal forgiveness for the deed that hnd deprived him of life. He then cast a look of kindness on his...
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