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" ... for the space of a few yards; and teeming, then, with rank unwholesome vegetation, in whose baleful shade the wretched wanderers who are tempted hither, droop, and die, and lay their bones ; the hateful Mississippi circling and eddying before it,... "
Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society - Página 2
por Illinois State Historical Society - 1912
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American Notes for General Circulation, Volumen1

Charles Dickens - 1842 - 310 páginas
...before it, and turning off upon its southern 207 course a slimy monster hideous to behold ; a hothed of disease, an ugly sepulchre , a grave uncheered...without one single quality, in earth or air or water, to cornmead it : such is this dismal Cairo. But what words shall describe the Mississippi , great father...
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Works, Volumen1

Charles Dickens - 1842
...wanderers who are tempted hither, droop, and die, and lay their bones; the hateful Mississippi circling and eddying before it, and turning off upon its southern course a slimy monster hideous to behold; a hothed of disease, an ugly sepulchre , a grave uncheered by any gleam of promise : a place without...
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The Dublin Journal of Temperance, Science, and Literature. ..., Volumen2

1843
...wanderers who are tempted hither wander and die, and lay their boues ; the hateful Mississippi circling and eddying before it, and turning off upon its southern...promise— a place without one single quality in earth, air, or water, to recommend it ; such is this dismal Cairo — Boz's American Notes. JEALOUSY OF KING...
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American Notes for General Circulation

Charles Dickens - 1850 - 175 páginas
...wanderers who are tempted hither, droop, and die, and lay their bones ; the hateful Mississippi circling and eddying before it, and turning off upon its southern...gleam of promise : a place without one single quality, m earth or air or water, to commend it : such is this dismal Cairo. But what words shall describe the...
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Works of Charles Dickens

Charles Dickens - 1866
...wanderers who are tempted hither, droop, and die, and lay their bones ; the hateful Mississippi circling and eddying before it, and turning off upon its southern...of disease, an ugly sepulchre, a grave uncheered^^ any gleam of promise : a place without one single quality, in earth or air or water, to commend it...
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The Works of Charles Dickens: Pickwick papers (1873)

Charles Dickens - 1877
...wanderers who are tempted hither, droop, and die, and lay their bones ; the hateful Mississippi circling and eddying before it, and turning off upon its southern...; a hot-bed of disease, an ugly sepulchre, a grave uycbeered by any gleam of promise ; a place without one single quality, in earth or air or water, to...
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Works of Charles Dickens, Volumen15

Charles Dickens - 1877
...wanderers who are tempted hither, droop, and die, and lay their bones ; the hateful Mississippi circling and eddying before it, and turning off upon its southern...: a place without one single quality, in earth or ail or water, to commend it : such is this dismal Cairo. But what words shall describe the Mississippi,...
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Charles Dickens' Works: Great expectations. Italy and America

Charles Dickens - 1885
...wanderers who are tempted hither, droop, and die, and laj their bones; the hateful Mississippi circling and eddying before it, and turning off upon its southern course a slimy monstet hideous to behold; a hotbed of disease, an ugly sepulchre, a grave uncheered by any gleam of...
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Cairo, Illinois: Racism at Floodtide, Tema 44

Paul Good - 1973 - 93 páginas
...wanderers who are tempted hither droop and die and lay their bones; the hateful Mississippi circling and eddying before it, and turning off upon its southern...monster hideous to behold; a hotbed of disease, an ugly sepulchure, a grave uncheered by any gleam of promise; a place without one single quality, in each...
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The Battle of Belmont: Grant Strikes South

Nathaniel Cheairs Hughes - 1991 - 310 páginas
...large rats." Charles Dickens. who visited Cairo in 1842. remembered "the hateful Mississippi. circling and eddying before it. and turning off upon its southern...sepulchre. a grave uncheered by any gleam of promise: such is dismal Cair0." ' Cairo remained "essentially a frontier town on the very borders of Secessia."2...
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