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" which runs at the depth of near 130 feet below the surface of the earth ; the fine groves of pines, which majestically climb the sides of a beautiful eminence that rises immediately from the brink of the chasm ; all these objects cannot be contemplated... "
A topographical dictionary of Scotland - Page 50
by David Webster (topographer.) - 1819
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The Beauties of Scotland: Containing a Clear and Full Account of the ...

Robert Forsyth - Scotland - 1808
...to their distance ; the hoarse and hollow murmuring of the river, which runs at the depth of nearly 130 feet below the surface of the earth ; the fine...eminence, that rises immediately from the brink of the P2 Tain, chasm : all these objects cannot be contemplated without exciting emotions of admiration....
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The beauties of Scotland, Volume 5

Robert Forsyth - 1808
...their distance ; the hoarse and hollow murmuring of the river, which runs at the depth of nearly 13O feet below the surface of the earth ; the fine groves...eminence, that rises immediately from the brink of the •,....'*,.• P2 Tain. chasm : all these objects cannot be contemplated without exciting emotions...
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A summer ramble in the North Highlands [by A. Sutherland].

Alexander Sutherland (author of Tales of a pilgrim.) - 1825
...with sounds various in proportion to their distances; the hoarse and hollow murmuring of the river, which runs at the depth of near 130 feet below the...wonder and admiration in the mind of every beholder : and the appearance of this singular and picturesque scene will naturally bring to the recollection...
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The Monthly Review

Books - 1835
...; the hoarse and- hollow murmuring of the river, which runs at the depth of one hundred and thirty feet below the surface of the earth ; the fine groves...the brink of the chasm ;— all these objects cannot be'contemplated without exciting emotions of wonder and admiration in the mind of every beholder.'...
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Scenes and Legends of the North of Scotland: Or, The Traditional History of ...

Hugh Miller - Legends - 1835 - 429 pages
...murmuring of the river, which runs at the depth of one hundred and thirty feet below the surface of time earth; the fine groves of pines which majestically...climb the sides of a beautiful eminence, that rises mmmediately from the brink of the chasin;—all these objects cannot be contemplated without exciting...
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The London encyclopaedia, or, Universal dictionary of science, art ...

Thomas Curtis (of Grove house sch, Islington) - 1839
...hoimurmuring of the river, which runs at the depth of nearly 130 feet below the surface of the earth ; fine groves of pines, which majestically climb the...rises immediately from the brink of the chasm; all the.; objects cannot be contemplated without exciting emotions of wonder and admiration in the mind...
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The New Statistical Account of Scotland: Inverness, Ross and Cromarty

Scotland - 1845
...with sounds various in proportion to their distance ; the hoarse and hollow murmuring of the river, which runs at the depth of near 130 feet below the surface of the earth, cannot be contemplated without exciting emotions of wonder and admiration in the mind of every beholder."...
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The New Statistical Account of Scotland: Inverness, Ross and Cromarty

Scotland - 1845
...with sounds various in proportion to their distance ; the hoarse and hollow murmuring of the river, which runs at the depth of near 130 feet below the surface of the earth, cannot be contemplated without exciting emotions of wonder and admiration in the mind of every beholder."...
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Scenes and legends of the north of Scotland; or, The traditional history of ...

Hugh Miller - 1850
...river, which runs at the depth of one hundred and thirty feet below the surface of the earth—the fine groves of pines, which majestically climb the...eminence that rises immediately from the brink of the chasm,—all these objects cannot be contemplated without exciting emotions of wonder and admiration...
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Art Rambles in the Highlands and Islands of Scotland

John T. Reid - Gift books - 1878 - 183 pages
...river, which runs at a depth of near one hundred and thirty feet below the surface of the earth—the fine groves of pines which majestically climb the...eminence that rises immediately from the brink of the chasm,"—if you would enjoy all this very fully, go when the first frosts of autumn have changed the...
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