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" I never saw a more beautiful country, nor more lively prospects, hills so raised here and there over the valleys, the river winding into divers branches, the plains adjoining without bush or stubble, all fair green grass... "
Raleigh - Page 75
by Edmund Gosse - 1886 - 248 lehte
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The Works of Sir Walter Ralegh: Kt. Political, Commercial, and ..., 2. köide

Sir Walter Raleigh - 1751
...a very ill Footman ; but the reft were all fo defirous to go near the ftrange Thunder of Waters, as they drew me on by little and little, till we came into the next Valley, where we might better difcern the fame. I never faw a more beautiful Country, nor more lively Profpeds, Hills fo raifed here...
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The Ladies' Cabinet of Fashion, Music, and Romance

Margaret De Courcy, Beatrice De Courcy - 1832
...of waters, as they drew me on by little and little into the next valley I never saw a more beantiful country, nor more lively prospects ; hills so raised here and there over the vallies ; the river wending into divers branches; the plains adjoining without bush or stubble ; all...
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Transatlantic Sketches, Comprising Visits to the Most Interesting ..., 1. köide

Sir James Edward Alexander - 1833 - 418 lehte
...right when he says, " he never saw a more beautiful country (than that to the south of the Oronooco), nor more lively prospects ; hills so raised here and there over the valleys, the rivers winding into divers branches, the plains adjoining without bush or stubble, all fair green grass...
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Life of Sir Walter Raleigh: Founded on Authentic and Original Documents ...

Patrick Fraser Tytler - 1844 - 412 lehte
...very ill footman ; but the rest were all so desirous to go near the said strange thunder of waters, as they drew me on by little and little, till we came into the next valley. * * I never," he continues, " saw a more beautiful country, nor more lively prospects : hills so raised...
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American Biography, 161. number

Jeremy Belknap - 1846
...the tract they traversed : " I never saw a more beautifull countrey nor more lively prospects ; hils so raised here and there over the valleys, the river winding into divers branches, the plains adjoyning without bush or stubble, all faire greene grasse, the ground of hard sand, easie to march...
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The Discovery of the Large, Rich, and Beautiful Empire of Guiana: With a ...

Sir Walter Raleigh - 1848 - 240 lehte
...but the rest were all so desirous to goe neere the said straunge thunder of waters, as they drew mee on by little and little, till we came into the next valley, where we might better discerne the same. I neuer saw a more beawtifull countrey, nor more liuely prospectes, hils so raised...
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Life of Sir Walter Raleigh, founded on authentic and original documents

Patrick Fraser Tytler - 1853 - 412 lehte
...very ill footman ; but the rest were all so desirous to go near the said strange thunder of waters, as they drew me on by little and little, till we came into the next valley. * * I never," he continues, " saw a more beautiful country, nor more lively prospects : hills so raised...
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The Eclectic Review

1855
...the visionary ideas which spread through Europe. ' I never saw a more beautiful country,' he says, ' nor more lively prospects ; hills so raised here and there over the valleys, the rivers winding into divers branches, the plains adjoining without bush or stubble ; all fair green...
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An Illustrated History of British Guiana

George Hanneman Bennett - 1866 - 265 lehte
...country. There he heard of a great silver-mine. The following is RALEIGH'S description of the scene : " I never saw a more beautiful country, nor more lively...and there over the valleys, the river winding into clivers branches, the plains adjoining without bush or stubble ; all fair green grass, the groiuid...
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Life of Sir Walter Ralegh

Louise Creighton - 1877 - 270 lehte
...by the river Caroli : "a strange thunder of waters," he calls them. " Never saw I a more beautifull country nor more lively prospects — hills so raised...the river winding into divers branches, the plains all fair green grass, the deer crossing in every path, the birds towards evening singing on every tree...
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