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" At length, upon the morning of the third day, we arrived at a spot so much more desolate than any we had yet beheld that the forlornest places we had passed were, in comparison with it, full of interest. At the junction of the two rivers, on ground so... "
Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society - Página 1
por Illinois State Historical Society - 1912
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Works, Volumen1

Charles Dickens - 1842
...monotonous objects. Hour after hour, the river rolled along, as wearily and slowly as the time itself. At length, upon the morning of the third day, we arrived...the year it is inundated to the house-tops, lies a breeding-place of fever, ague, and death; vaunted in England as a mine of Golden Hope, and speculated...
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American Notes for General Circulation, Volumen2

Charles Dickens - 1842 - 306 páginas
...monotonous objects. Hour after hour, the river rolled along, as wearily and slowly as the time itself. At length, upon the morning of the third day, we arrived...the year it is inundated to the house-tops, lies a breeding-place of fever, ague, and death; vaunted in England as a mine of Golden Hope, and speculated...
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American Notes for General Circulation, Volumen2

Charles Dickens - 1842 - 306 páginas
...monotonous objects. Hour after hour, the river rolled along, as wearily and slowly as the time itself. At length, upon the morning of the third day, we arrived...ground so flat and low and marshy, that at certain seasons-of the year it is inundated to the house-tops, lies a breeding-place of fever, ague, and death...
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American Notes for General Circulation

Charles Dickens - 1842 - 310 páginas
...as wearily and slowly as the time itself. At length, upon the morning of the third day, wearrivedata spot so much more desolate than any we had yet beheld,...the year it is inundated to the house-tops, lies a breeding-place of fever, ague, and death; vaunted in England as a mine of Golden Hope, and speculated...
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Works of Charles Dickens

Charles Dickens - 1866
...monotonous objects. Hour after hour, the river rolled along, as wearily and slowly as the time itself. At length, upon the morning of the third day, we arrived...the year it is inundated to the house-tops, lies a breedingplace of fever, ague, and death ; vaunted in England as a mine of Golden Hope, and speculated...
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Charles Dickens's works. Charles Dickens ed. [18 vols. of a 21 vol. set ...

Charles Dickens - 1868
...third day, we arrived at a spot so much more desolate than any we had yet beheld, that the forlorncst places we had passed, were, in comparison with it,...the year it is inundated to the house-tops, lies a breeding-place of fever, ague, and death ; vaunted in England as a mine of Golden Hope, and speculated...
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American Notes for General Circulation

Charles Dickens - 1868 - 104 páginas
...were, in comparison with it, full of interest. At the junction of the two rivers, on ground so fiat and low, and marshy, that at certain seasons of the year it is inundated to the house-tops, lies a hreeding-place for fever, ague, and death ; vaunted in England as a mine of Golden Hope, and speculated...
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The Works of Charles Dickens: Pickwick papers (1873)

Charles Dickens - 1877
...places we had passed were, in comparison with it, full of interest. At the junction of the two livers, on ground so flat and low and marshy, that at certain...the year it is inundated to the house-tops, lies a breeding-place of fever, ague, and death ; vaunted in England as a miue of Golden Hope, and speculated...
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A Cyclopedia of the Best Thoughts of Charles Dickens

Charles Dickens - 1873 - 564 páginas
...monotonous objects. Hour after hour the river rolled along as wearily and slowly as the time itself. ! . breeding-place for fever, ague, and death ; vaunted in England as a mine of Golden Hope, and speculated...
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The Life and Writings of Charles Dickens: A Woman's Memorial Volume

Phebe Ann Hanaford - 1871 - 401 páginas
...beheld, that the forlornest places we had passed were, in comparison with it, full of interest. At tha junction of the two rivers, on ground so flat and...inundated to the house-tops, lies a breeding - place for fever, ague, and death ; vaunted in England as a mine of golden hope, and speculated in, on the...
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