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" I looked dizzily, and beheld a wide expanse of ocean, whose waters wore so inky a hue as to bring at once to my mind the Nubian geographer's account of the Mare Tenebrarum. "
Enfant Terrible - Page 269
by H.C.B. Cowell, Clara Dixon Davidson - 1857
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Journey from India, Towards England, in the Year 1797;: By a Route Commonly ...

John Jackson - Asia - 1799 - 277 pages
...out this morning, we were viflted by fome Arabs from the neighbouring encampments, which extended, to the right and left, as far as the eye could reach, having with them innumerable flocks of fheep and herds of cattle. We were perfectly fafe among thefe...
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Journey from India, towards England, in the year 1797, through countries not ...

John Jackson - 1799
...out this morning, we were v Kited by fome Arabs from the neighbouring encampments, which extended, to the right and left, as far as the eye could. reach, having with them innumerable flocks of fheep and herds of gattle*.. We We were perfectly fafe among...
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Extracts from the letters of James Backhouse: whilst engaged in a ..., Volume 2

James Backhouse - Religion - 1841
...were not in continuous ranges, but of irregularly roundish and depressed conical figure, extending to the right and left, as far as the eye could reach, and in front to the foot of the Zwarte Berg mountains, about thirty miles distant, the Roode Berg rising...
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A Narrative of a Visit to the Mauritius and South Africa

James Backhouse - Indigenous peoples - 1844 - 648 pages
...were not in continuous ranges, but of irregularly roundish, and depressed, conical figure, extending to the right and left, as far as the eye could reach, and in front, to the foot of the Zwartebergen, Black Mountains, about thirty miles distant ; the lower...
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Gaston de Foix [by G.P.R. James].

1844
...was a fine object, from its depth and vastness, for it formed the girdle of the mountain range, both to the right and left, as far as the eye could reach ; but the spare and sombre foliage of the pines added but little to the warmth of the landscape ; while...
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Egypt under Mehemet Ali, tr. from [Aus Mehemed Ali's Reich] by H.E ..., Volume 2

1845
...work, at a distance of some hundred paces, at the entrance of a thick forest. This forest extended to the right and left, as far as the eye could reach ; but only some of the trees, such as acacias, mimosas, and nebkas, were green ; this tract is so exposed...
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Egypt under Mehemet Ali, tr. from [Aus Mehemed Ali's Reich] by H.E ..., Volume 2

1845
...work, at a distance of some hundred paces, at the entrance of a thick forest. This forest extended to the right and left, as far as the eye could reach ; but only some of the trees, such as acacias, mimosas, and nebkas, were green ; this tract is so exposed...
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Adventures in Circassia

William S. Wickenden - 1847
...stood on the top of the cliff. About a quarter of a mile further on innumerable watch-fires spread to the right -and left as far as the eye could reach in a semi-circular form, and higher up, apparently mingled with the stars, appeared a smaller semicircle...
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The Sporting magazine; or Monthly calendar of the transactions of the turf ...

...from us a cul-de-sac, at the bottom of which a continuous undulating chain of wooded hills stretched to the right and left as far as the eye could reach. In the foreground the valley was intersected by a rivulet now frozen over, the shelving banks of which...
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The Western World; Or, Travels in the United States in 1846-47 ..., Volume 1

Alexander Mackay - United States - 1849
...last two miles the descent was rapid. I was now fairly in the valley of the Genesee, which extended to the right and left as far as the eye could reach. The Genesee enters the valley at right angles, a little below Mount Morris, emerging from between two...
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