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1  At the sight of the sea, Mrs. Elphinstone, in spite of the assurances of her sister-in-law, gave way to panic.
The War of the Worlds By H. G. Wells
Get Context   In BOOK 1: XVII. THE "THUNDER CHILD".
2  They broke off at the least touch, and the waters that had stimulated their early growth carried their last vestiges out to sea.
The War of the Worlds By H. G. Wells
Get Context   In BOOK 2: VI. THE WORK OF FIFTEEN DAYS.
3  On Tuesday the little party, still set upon getting across the sea, made its way through the swarming country towards Colchester.
The War of the Worlds By H. G. Wells
Get Context   In BOOK 1: XVII. THE "THUNDER CHILD".
4  Near Tillingham they suddenly came in sight of the sea, and the most amazing crowd of shipping of all sorts that it is possible to imagine.
The War of the Worlds By H. G. Wells
Get Context   In BOOK 1: XVII. THE "THUNDER CHILD".
5  At the same time, far away in the southeast the masts and upperworks of three ironclads rose one after the other out of the sea, beneath clouds of black smoke.
The War of the Worlds By H. G. Wells
Get Context   In BOOK 1: XVII. THE "THUNDER CHILD".
6  The whole steamer from end to end rang with frantic cheering that was taken up first by one and then by all in the crowding multitude of ships and boats that was driving out to sea.
The War of the Worlds By H. G. Wells
Get Context   In BOOK 1: XVII. THE "THUNDER CHILD".
7  Then, far away beyond the Crouch, came another, striding over some stunted trees, and then yet another, still farther off, wading deeply through a shiny mudflat that seemed to hang halfway up between sea and sky.
The War of the Worlds By H. G. Wells
Get Context   In BOOK 1: XVII. THE "THUNDER CHILD".
8  Keeping his footing on the heaving deck by clutching the bulwarks, my brother looked past this charging leviathan at the Martians again, and he saw the three of them now close together, and standing so far out to sea that their tripod supports were almost entirely submerged.
The War of the Worlds By H. G. Wells
Get Context   In BOOK 1: XVII. THE "THUNDER CHILD".