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" He came in, and sitting down by the fire, began to tell us where he had been. He imagined he had been gone several days, and thought we were still at the camp where he had left us ; and we were pained to see that his mind was deranged. It appeared that... "
Report of the Exploring Expedition to the Rocky Mountains in the Year 1842 ... - 第 205 頁
John Charles Frémont 著 - 1845 - 693 頁
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The Great West: Containing Narratives of the Most Important and Interesting ...

Henry Howe - 1858 - 576 頁
...the icy torrents, or wandered in the forests. Well might Fremont have said, "That the times were hard when stout men lost their minds from extremity of...horses died; and when mules and horses, ready to die from starvation, were killed for food." On the 10th of January, Fremont discovered the Pyramid Lake...
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Prairie and Rocky Mountain Adventures: Or, Life in the West

John C. Van Tramp - 1858 - 640 頁
...still at the camp where he had left ns ; and we were pained to see that his mind was deranged. * * * The times were severe when stout men lost their minds from extremity of Buffering — when horses died — and when mules and horses, ready to die of starvation, were killed...
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The Great West, Or The Garden of the World: Its History, Its Wealth, Its ...

C. W. Dana - 1861 - 396 頁
...He imagined he had been gone several days, and thought we were still at the camp where be had left us ; and we were pained to see that his mind was deranged. * * * The times were severe when stout men lost their minds from extremity of suffering — when horses...
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The English in America

Henry Howard Brownell - 1863
...He imagined he had been gone several days, and thought we were still at the camp where he had left us ; and we were pained to see that his mind was deranged. * * Times were severe when stout men lost their minds from extremity of suffering — when horses died...
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Prairie and Rocky Mountain Adventures: Or, Life in the West. To which Will ...

John C. Van Tramp - 1866 - 649 頁
...He imagined he had been gone several days, and thought we were still at the camp where he had left us ; and we were pained to see that his mind was deranged. * * * .The times were severe when stout men lost their minds from extremity of suffering — when horses...
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PRAIRIE AND ROCKY MOUNTAIN ADVENTURES OF LIFE IN THE WEST

JOHN C. VAN TRAMP - 1866
...He imagined he had been gone several days, and thought we were still at the camp where he had left us; and we were pained to see that his mind was deranged. * * | The times were severe when stout men lost their minds from extremity of suffering— when horses...
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Prairie and Rocky Mountain Adventures: Or, Life in the West. To which is ...

John C. Van Tramp - 1867 - 763 頁
...several days, and thought we were still at the camp where he had left us ; and we were pained to sec that his mind was deranged. It appeared that he had...when mules and horses, ready to die of starvation, vren killed for food. Yet there was no murmuring or hesitation. We continued down the right bank of...
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Prairie and Rocky Mountain Adventures, Or, Life in the West: To which is ...

John C. Van Tramp - 1868 - 775 頁
...been. He imagined he had «en gone several days, and thought we were still at the camp where he ad left us ; and we were pained to see that his mind was deranged. * * The times were severe when stout men lost their minds from exremity of suffering — when horses...
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Prairie and Rocky Mountain Adventures: Or, Life in the West

John C. Van Tramp - 1870 - 775 頁
...He imagined lie had been gone several days, and thought we were still at the camp where he k»d left us ; and we were pained to see that his mind was deranged. * * * The times were severe when stout men lost their minds from extremity of Buffering — when horses...
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The Daring Adventures of Kit Carson and Fremont Among Buffaloes, Grizzlies ...

1885
...He imagined he had been gone several days, and thought we were still at the camp where he had left us ; and we were pained to see that his mind was deranged....died — and when mules and horses, ready to die of starv. ation, were killed for food. Yet there was no murmuiaig or hesitation. A short distance below...
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