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" Falls is about forty feet. Arrayed in every imaginable variety of form — in vast, dark masses, in graceful cascades, or in tumbling spray — they have been well described as a hundred rivers struggling for a passage. Not the least interesting feature... "
The United Service Magazine - Page 60
by Arthur William Alsager Pollock - 1857
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Canada ; Past, Present and Future: Being a Historical Geographical ..., Volume 2

William Henry Smith (of Canada.) - Ontario - 1851
...permanently interesting, as presenting greater variety. "The greatest height of the Chaudiere Falls, is about forty feet, arrayed in every imaginable variety of...struggling for a passage. Not the least interesting feature they present is the Lost Chaudiere, where a large body of water, is quietly sucked down, and disappears...
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Canada ; Past, Present and Future: Being a Historical Geographical ..., Volume 2

William Henry Smith (of Canada.) - Ontario - 1851
...interesting, as presenting greater variety. " The greatest height of the Chaudiere Falls, is about forty feetr arrayed in every imaginable variety of form — in...struggling for a passage: Not the least interesting feature they present is the Lost Chaudiere, where a large body of water, is quietly sucked down, and disappears...
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Canada ; Past, Present and Future: Being a Historical Geographical ..., Volume 2

William Henry Smith (of Canada.) - Ontario - 1851
...permanently interesting, SB presenting greater variety. "The greatest height of the Ohandiere Falls, is about forty feet, arrayed in every imaginable variety of...in vast dark masses — in graceful cascades, or in tnmbling spray — they have been well described as a hundred rivers straggling for a passage. Not...
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Notes on Public Subjects: Made During a Tour in the United States and in Canada

Hugh Seymour Tremenheere - Education - 1852 - 352 pages
...is arrayed in every imaginable variety of form," and not the least interesting feature it presents is the " Lost Chaudiere," where a body of water, greater...quietly sucked down and disappears underground. The extent of this grand region, its geological character, the fine soil and climate, and the attractive...
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Canada. An Essay: To which was Awarded the First Prize by the Paris ...

John Sheridan Hogan - Canada - 1855 - 86 pages
...permanently interesting, as presenting greater variety. The greatest height of the Chaudiere Falls is about forty feet. Arrayed in every imaginable variety of...cascades or in tumbling spray, they have been well deseribed as a hundred rivers struggling for a passage. Not the least interesting feature which they...
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A trip through the lakes of North America: embracing a full description of ...

John Disturnell - Champlain, Lake - 1857 - 386 pages
...permanently interesting, as presenting greater variety. The greatest height of Chaudicre Falls is about forty feet. Arrayed in every imaginable variety of...at London, is quietly sucked down, and disappears under ground. " ' At the city of Ottawa the river receives the Rideau from the west, running a course...
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A Trip Through the Lakes of North America

1857
...imaginable variety of form—in vast, dark masses, in graceful cascades, or in tumbling spray—they have been well described as a hundred rivers struggling...interesting feature which they present is the Lost Chaudière, where a body of water, greater in volume than the Thames at London, is quietly sucked down,...
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APPLETONS' ILLUSTRATED HAND-BOOK OF AMERICAN TRAVEL

T. ADDISON RICHARDS - 1861
...interesting, as presenting greater variety. " The greatest height of the Chaudiere Falls is about 40 feet. Arrayed in every imaginable variety of form...at London, is quietly sucked down, and disappears under ground. " At the city of Ottawa the river receives the Rideau from the west, running a course...
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The Traveler's Guide to the Hudson River, Saratoga Springs, Lake George ...

John Disturnell - Atlantic States - 1864 - 324 pages
...permanently interesting, as presenting greater variety. The greatest height of Chaudiere Falls is about forty feet. Arrayed in every imaginable variety of...water, greater in volume than the Thames at London, Je quietly sucked down, and disappears under ground. " ' At the city of Ottawa the river receives the...
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Tunis's Topographical and Pictorial Guide to Niagra Falls, and Route Book to ...

Canada - 1871 - 105 pages
...permanently interesting, as presenting greater variety. The greatest height of Chaudiere Falls is about forty feet. Arrayed in every imaginable variety of...quietly sucked down, and disappears underground." ffittatoa (tit». [We take the liberty of extracting the following description of this place from the...
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