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" It rushed into our sight, glittering in the moonbeams, a moving cataract, tossing before it ancient trees, and snapping them against its banks. It was preceded by a point of meandering water, picking its way, like a thing of life, through the deepest... "
An Introduction to the Birds of Australia - Seite 9
von John Gould - 1848 - 134 Seiten
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Blackwood's Magazine, Band 64

1848
...the finest efforts of the pencil. " By my party," says Sir T. Mitchell, "situated as we were at the time — beating about the country, and impeded in...excessively from thirst and extreme heat, — I am coRTinced the scene can never be forgotten ! There came abundance at once, the product of storms in...
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The American Journal of Science, Band 57

1849
...bed, of what thus again became a flowing river. By my party, situated as we were at that time, beaiing about the country, and impeded in our journey, solely...can be forgotten. Here came at once abundance, the product of storms in the far-off mountains that overlooked our homes. My first impulse was to have...
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The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th]

1848
...most serene moonlight night was quite new to us all. At length, the rushing sound of waters and load cracking of timber, announced that the flood was in...can be forgotten. Here came at once abundance, the product of storms in the far off mountains, that overlooked our homes. My first impulse was to have...
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal: Exhibiting a View of the ..., Band 45

Robert Jameson - 1848
...waters and loud cracking of tin.ber. announce'd that the flood was in the next bend. It rushed i.ito our sight, glittering in the moonbeams, a moving cataract,...can be forgotten. Here came at once abundance, the product of storms in the far-off mountains that overlooked our homes. My first impulse was to have...
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Chambers's Edinburgh Journal

1848
...bank. Not one among them had ever witnessed such a sight before. 'At length,' pursues the narrative, ' it rushed into our sight, glittering in the moonbeams,...thirst and extreme heat — I am convinced the scene can never be forgotten. Here came at once abundance, the product of storms in the far-off mountains...
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Chambers's Edinburgh Journal, Bände 9-10

1848
...trees, and snapping them against iU banks. It was preceded by a point of meandering water, picking |ts way, like a thing of life, through the deepest parts...thirst and extreme heat — I am convinced the scene can never be forgotten. Here came at once abundance, the product of storms in the far-off mountains...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Band 64

1848
...the finest efforts of the pencil. " By my party," says Sir T. Mitchell, " situated as we were at the time — beating about the country, and impeded in...thirst and extreme heat, — I am convinced the scene can never be forgotten ! There came abundance at once, the product of storms in the far-off mountains,...
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The Edinburgh monthly magazine [afterw.] Blackwood's Edinburgh ..., Band 64

1848
...the finest efforts of the pencil. " By my party," says Sir T. Mitchell, " situated as we were at the time — beating about the country, and impeded in...thirst and extreme heat, — I am convinced the scene can never be forgotten ! Títere came abundance at once, the product of storms in the far-off mountains',...
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The Eclectic Review, Band 23;Band 87

Samuel Greatheed, Daniel Parken, Theophilus Williams, Thomas Price, Josiah Conder, Jonathan Edwards Ryland, Edwin Paxton Hood - 1848
...again became a flowing riTtr. By my party, situated as we were at that time, beating about thecountn and impeded in our journey, solely by the almost total absence of —suffering excessively from thirst and extreme heat,—I urn conviiK the scene never can be forgotten....
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The Living Age ..., Band 20

1849
...rending of trees with a loud noise. Such a phenomenon, in a most serene moonlight night, was quite new to us all. At length, the rushing sound of waters...and extreme heat, I am convinced the scene never can he forgotten. Here came at once abundance, the product of storms in the far-off mountains that overlooked...
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