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" ... it being more than two feet above the level of the rest of the island. This wall was more than two miles and a half in circumference, and carried over several deep rills or outlets. Thus far, we had gone on rapidly, and safely: the two ends of the... "
Struggles Through Life: Exemplified in the Various Travels and Adventures in ... - Seite 312
von John Harriott - 1808
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Select Reviews of Literature, and Spirit of Foreign Magazines, Band 1

Enos Bronson - 1809
...was six feet thick at top and eight feet high. The two ends of the wall were about 140 feet apart, separated by a deep ravine through which the tide ebbed and flowed with a current stronger than that under the great arch of London Bridge. The most hazardous part of the undertaking...
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Select Reviews, Bände 1-2

1809
...was six feet thick at top and eight feet high. The two ends of the »all were about 1 4O feet apart, separated by a deep ravine through which the tide ebbed and flowed with a current stronger than that under the jreat arch of London Bridge. The most hazardous part of the undertaking...
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The Annual biography and obituary

1819
...gone on rapidly, and safely: the two ends of the wall were about one hundred and forty feet apart, separated by a deep ravine, through which the tide...similar to that which passes through the great arch of London bridge, but stronger. Approaching thus to the most hazardous part of the undertaking, I tried...
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The Percy Anecdotes: Original and Select [by] Sholto and Reuben ..., Band 18

1826
...at top, and eight feet high. The two ends of the wall were about one hundred and forty feet apart, separated by a deep ravine, through which the tide ebbed and flowed with a current stronger than that under the great arch of London Bridge. The most hazardous part of the undertaking...
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The Literary Panorama, Band 3

1808
...had gone on rapidly and safely : the two ends of the wall were a'bout I4O feet apart, separated bv a deep ravine, through which the tide ebbed and flowed, with a current arid fall similar lo that which passes through the great arch of London-bridge, but stronger. Approaching...
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