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" As we stood on its banks, as far as the eye could reach, nothing was to be seen but water; no means of crossing was to be found. "
Bāgh O Bahār; Or Tales of the Four Darweshes - 89. oldal
szerző: Mir Amman Dihlavi - 1857
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Fate of the Blenden Hall, East Indiaman ... Bound to Bombay: With an Account ...

Alexander M. Greig - 1847 - 209 oldal
...over sharp rocks ; there was scarcely a stone on the shore that was not many tons in weight ; in fact, as far as the eye could reach, nothing was to be seen but crags and rugged precipices, over which we climbed with our bare feet. JNot the slightest appearance...

The Waldorf Family: Or, Grandfather's Lagends

Emma Catherine Embury - 1848 - 223 oldal
...the enchanted forest, and Peronnik, taking off his hat, found himself in the midst of a sandy plain. As far as the eye could reach, nothing was to be seen but the skeletons of knights who had sought the Castle of Kerglas. They were stretched out, each one beside...

A Residence at Sierra Leone: Described from a Journal Kept on the ..., 1. kötet

Elizabeth Helen Melville - 1849 - 335 oldal
...Ponciana pulcherrima. cultivated grounds, formed a pleasing contrast to the vast continent beyond, where, as far as the. eye could reach, nothing was to be seen except forest and jungle, among which partial glimpses of creek and river shone like so many embowered...

Tales of the Four Darwesh

Mīr Amman Dihlavī, Lewis Ferdinand Smith, Duncan Forbes - 1851 - 287 oldal
...journey, we came suddenly to the banks of a large river, the sight of which would appal the firmest heart. As we stood on its banks, as far as the eye could reach, nothing was to be seen but an expanse of water ; no limit to it could be perceived, nor did we know its name. O God, cried I,...

Crumbs from the Land O' Cakes

John Knox - 1851 - 192 oldal
...ever seen, though I had read and heard much of them. It was truly a bleak and dreary tract of country. Far as the eye could reach, nothing was to be seen but bog and moss, fern and heather — not a single human habitation for ten miles. It was stocked with...

History of Louisiana: the French domination

Charles Gayarré - 1854
...Mississippi. When they approached its mouth, they were struck with the gloomy magnificence of the sight. As far as the eye could reach, nothing was to be seen but reeds which rose five or six feet above the waters in which they bathed their roots. They waved mournfully...

History of Louisina: The French Domination, 1. kötet

Charles Gayarré - 1854
...Mississippi. When they approached its mouth, they were struck with the gloomy magnificence of the sight. As far as the eye could reach, nothing was to be seen but reeds which rose five or six feet above the waters in which they bathed their roots. They waved mournfully...

The Sunday at Home, 26. kötet

1879
...changed that those best acquainted with its features could hardly have recognised it. In ninny places, far as the eye could reach, nothing was to be seen but expanses of snow, broken only here and there by hollow lines, showing where the fences had been raised...

A memoir of Allen F. Gardiner

John William Marsh - 1857
...soon finished in the morning. The road lay through thick forests on the bank of a river. Sometimes, as far as the eye could reach, nothing was to be seen but the tall, straight trunks of trees, with scarcely a branch till near the top, and then the river, with...

Diary of a Journey from the Mississippi to the Coasts of the ..., 2. kötet

Balduin Möllhausen - 1858
...overflowed by the Colorado Chiquito. After leaving the valley, the prospect was dreary enough, and as far as the eye could reach nothing was to be seen but a barren, stony, uneven waste, on which certainly nothing whatever would grow ; the ground was sandy,...




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