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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 of Charles Dickens, Volumen15

Charles Dickens - 1877
...monotonous objects. liour 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 ; vauuted in England as a mine of Oolden Hope, and speculated...
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Works

Charles Dickens - 1884
...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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The Adventures of Oliver Twist: Also, Pictures from Italy and American Notes ...

Charles Dickens - 1885 - 829 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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Charles Dickens' Works: Great expectations. Italy and America

Charles Dickens - 1885
...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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The Writings of Charles Dickens, Volumen11

Charles Dickens - 1894
...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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The Works of Charles Dickens: American notes and pictures from Italy

Charles Dickens - 1898
...third day, we arrived at a spot so much more desolate than any we had yet beheld, that the forlomest places we had passed, were, in comparison with it,...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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Highways and Byways of the Mississippi Valley

1906 - 287 páginas
...Dickcns's reference to Cairo is as follows : "At rt-., Y the junction of the two rivers, on ground so low and marshy that at certain seasons of the year it is inundated to the housetops, lies a breeding-place of fever, ague, and death. A dismal swamp on which the half-built houses rot away ;...
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Martin Chuzzlewit, Volumen2

Charles Dickens - 1908
...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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The Works of Charles Dickens in Thirty-four [i.e. Thirty-eight ..., Volumen28

Charles Dickens - 1868
...third day, we arrived at a spot so much more desolate than any we had yet beheld, that the forlomest places we had passed, were, in comparison with it,...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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A History of the City of Cairo, Illinois

John McMurray Lansden - 1910 - 303 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...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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