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" ... glide over from peak to peak of these rocky passes, are imaged on the waters so clearly that the fisherman, as he unmoors his boat for his evening task, feels as if he were about to shoot forth his vessel into another heaven, and to cleave his way... "
Feats on the Fiord: A Tale - Page 3
by Harriet Martineau - 1841 - 375 pages
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The Christian remembrancer; or, The Churchman's Biblical, ecclesiastical ...

1842
...forth his vessel into another heaven, and to cleave his way among the stars. " Still as every thing is to the eye, sometimes for a hundred miles together...the bleating of the kids that browse there, and the flap of the great eagle's wings, as it dashes abroad from its eyrie, and the cries of whole clouds...
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The Christian Remembrancer, Volume 4

William Scott, Francis Garden, James Bowling Mozley - Christianity - 1842
...cleave his way among the stars. " Still as every thing is to the eye, sometimes for a hundred mile» together along these deep sea-valleys, there is rarely...the bleating of the kids that browse there, and the flap of the great eagle's wings, as it dashes abroad from its eyrie, and the cries of whole clouds...
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The Penny Magazine of the Society for the Diffusion of ..., Volume 2; Volume 11

1842
...Still as everything is (o the eye, sometimes for a hundred miles together along these deep » avalleys, there is rarely silence. The ear is kept awake by...the bleating of the kids that browse there, and the flap of the great eagle's wings as it dashes abroad from its eyrie, and the cries of whole clouds of...
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The Christian Remembrancer, Volume 4

Christianity - 1842
...The ear is kept awake by a thousHiid voices. In the summer, there are cataracts leaping from ledge tn ledge of the rocks ; and there is the bleating of the kids that browse there, and the flap of the great eagle's wings, as it dashes abroad from its eyrie, and the cries of whole clouds...
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The Living Age, Volume 19

1848
...those of a lake. For days and weeks together, they reflect each separate tree-top of the pine-forests which clothe the mountain sides, the mirror being...awake by a thousand voices. In the summer, there are cataract- leaping from ledge to ledge of the rocks ; and there is the bleating of the kids that browse...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 19

1848
...hundred miles together along these deep sea-valleys, there is rarely silence. The ear is kept awake by s thousand voices. In the summer, there are cataracts...the bleating of the kids that browse there, and the flap of the great eagle's wings, as it dashes abroad from its eyrie, and the cries of win. le clouds...
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The Billow and the Rock: A Tale

Harriet Martineau - English fiction - 1846 - 216 pages
...those of a lake. For days and weeks together, they "reflect each separate tree-top of the pineforests which clothe the mountain sides, the mirror being...the bleating of the kids that browse there, and the flap of the great eagle's wings, as it dashes abroad from its eyrie, and the cries of whole clouds...
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Feats on the Fiord: A Tale of Norway

Harriet Martineau - 1846 - 232 pages
...the seatrout or char, or cod, or herrings, which abound, in their seasons, on the coast of Norway. Still as everything is to the eye, sometimes for a...the bleating of the kids that browse there, and the flap of the great eagle's wings, as it dashes abroad from its ey•rie, and the cries of whole clouds...
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Dizionario francese, italiano, inglese. A concise dictionary of the French ...

Alfred Elwes - 1872
...way13 among the stars. Still as everything is14 to the eye, sometimes for a hundred miles together15 along these deep sea-valleys, there is rarely silence...thousand voices. In the summer there are cataracts leaping16 from ledge to siolett. The word turf urn, generally, 7 Place there after cast. or perhaps...
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Training school reader. [Ed.] by W.J. Unwin

William Jordan Unwin - 1862
...forests which clothe the mountain sides, the mirror being broken only by the leap of some sporting fish, or the oars of the boatman, as he goes to inspect...the bleating of the kids that browse there, and the flap of the great eagle's wings, as it dashes abroad from its eyrie, and the cries of whole clouds...
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