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" ... heights and watch it through the trees, and see the wreathing water in the rapids hurrying on to take its fearful plunge; to linger in the shadow of the solemn rocks three miles below; watching the river as, stirred by no visible cause, it heaved... "
The North American Review - Page 223
1843
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American Notes for General Circulation, Volume 2

Charles Dickens - 1842 - 306 pages
...plunge; to linger in the shadow of the solemn rocks three miles below; watching the river as, stirred by no visible cause, it heaved and eddied and awoke the...sun and by the moon, red in the day's decline, and grey as evening slowly fell upon it; to look upon it every day, and wake up in the night and hear its...
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Works, Volume 1

Charles Dickens - 1842
...plunge; to linger in the shadow of the solemn rocks three miles below; watching the river as, stirred by no visible cause, it heaved and eddied and awoke the...sun and by the moon , red in the day's decline, and grey as evening slowly fell upon it; to look upon it every day, and wake up in the night and hear its...
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American Notes for General Circulation, Volume 1

Charles Dickens - 1842 - 452 pages
...plunge; to linger in the shadow of the solemn rocks three miles below; watching the river as, stirred by no visible cause, it heaved and eddied and awoke the...lighted by the sun and by the moon, red in the day's 243 our journey; which continues through the same kind of country until evening, when we come to the...
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The Yale Literary Magazine, Volume 8

1843 - 582 pages
...by no visible cause, it heaved and eddied and awoke Tin- echoes, being troubled yet far down Btneath the surface, by its giant leap. To have Niagara before me, Lighted by the sun, and by the moon, and In the day's decline, and gray, as evening Slowly fell upon it ; to look upon It every day, and...
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Descriptions of Niagara: Selected from Various Travellers, with Original ...

William Barham - 1847 - 196 pages
...to linger in the shadow of the solemn rocks three miles below ; watching the river, as, stirred by no visible cause, it heaved and eddied and awoke the echoes, being troubled yet, far down the surface by its giant leap ; to have Niagara before me, lighted by the sun and by the moon, and...
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Works of Charles Dickens: Barnaby Rudge, and Hard times

Charles Dickens - 1866 - 472 pages
...; to linger in the shadow of the solemn rocks three miles below ; watching the river as, stirred by no visible cause, it heaved and eddied and awoke the...sun and by the moon, red in the day's decline, and grey as evening slowly fell upon it ; to look upon it every day, and wake up in the night and hear...
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Charles Dickens's works. Charles Dickens ed. [18 vols. of a 21 vol. set ...

Charles Dickens - 1868 - 658 pages
...; to linger in the shadow of the solemn rocks three miles below ; watching the river as, stirred by no visible cause, it heaved and eddied and awoke the...sun and by the moon, red in the day's decline, and grey as evening slowly fell upon it ; to look upon it every day, and wake up in the night and hear...
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The Works of Charles Dickens ...: American notes

Charles Dickens - 1868
...; to linger in the shadow of the solemn rocks three miles below ; watching the river as, stirred by no visible cause, it heaved and eddied and awoke the...have Niagara before me, lighted by the sun and by INDELIBLE IMPRESSIONS. 239 the moon, red in the day's decline, and grey as evening slowly fell upon...
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American Notes for General Circulation

Charles Dickens - 1868 - 130 pages
...surface, hy its giant leap; to have Niagara hefore me, lighted hy the sun and hy the moon, red in tho day's decline, and gray as evening slowly fell upon...upon it every day, and wake up in the night and hear iu ceaseless voice: this wag enough. 84 I think in every quiet season now, still do those waters roll...
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Chishelm's All Round Route & Panoramic Guide of the St. Lawrence; the Hudson ...

1872 - 136 pages
...linger in the shadow * " of the solemn rocks three miles below, watching the river as, " stirred by no visible cause, it heaved and eddied, and awoke...by the moon, red in the day's decline and gray as even. " ing slowly fell upon it, to look upon it every day, and wake up " in the night and hear its...
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