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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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The Speaker's Garland, Volume 5

Phineas Garrett - 1910 - 872 pages
...watching the river, as, stirred by no visible cause, it heaved and eddied and awoke the echoes, bemg troubled yet, far down beneath the surface, by its...upon it ; to look upon it every day, and wake up in th« night and hear its ceaseless voice, — this was enough. I think in every quiet season now, still...
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Publications of the Buffalo Historical Society, Volume 15

1911 - 456 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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Publications of the Buffalo Historical Society, Volume 15

Buffalo Historical Society - 1911 - 462 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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Canada, To-day & Yesterday: Retold from the Journals of Travellers, Etc

D. W. Oates - 1914 - 204 pages
...; to linger in the shadow of the solid 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 beneath the surface of the giant leap. I think in every quiet season now still do the waters roll, and leap, and roar,...
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Legislative Document, Volume 48

New York (State). Legislature - 1921
...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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Anthology and Bibliography of Niagara Falls, Volume 1

Charles Mason Dow - 1921 - 1423 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 of Charles Dickens ...: Oliver Twist. Pictures from Italy. American notes

Charles Dickens - 1926
...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...surface, by its giant leap ; to have Niagara before nie, lighted by the sun and by the moon, red in the day's decline, and gray as evening slowly fell...
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American Notes and Pictures from Italy

Charles Dickens - 1893 - 379 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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The Yale Literary Magazine, Volume 8

1843 - 478 pages
...yet seeming, too, To pause before it shot into the gulf Below ; Watching the river, as, stirred by no visible cause, it heaved and eddied and awoke The...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 - 194 pages
...down 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...night, and hear its ceaseless voice ! This was enough. c 2 I think, in every quiet season now, still do those waters roll and leap, and roar and tumble, all...
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