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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
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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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