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" ... upon my view with appalling suddenness and majesty. However, in a moment the scene was concealed from my eyes by a dense cloud of spray, which involved me so completely, that I did not dare to extricate myself. A mingled rushing and thundering filled... "
The Guide to Knowledge - Page 190
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Annual Register

1824
...dare to extricate myself. A mingled rushing and thundering filled my ears. I could see nothing except when the wind made a chasm in the spray, and then tremendous cataracts seemed to encompass ineon every side, while below, a raging and foaming gulph of undiscoverable extent lashed the rocks...
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Sketches of Upper Canada, Domestic, Local, and Characteristic: To which are ...

John Howison - 1821 - 339 pages
...dare to extricate myself. A mingled rushing and thundering filled my ears. I could see nothing except when the wind made a chasm in the spray, and then...encompass me on every side, while below, a raging and foamy gulf of undiscoverable extent lashed the rocks with its hissing waves, and swallowed, under a...
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Sketches of Upper Canada, Domestic, Local, and Characteristic: To which are ...

John Howison - 1821 - 339 pages
...dare to extricate myself. A mingled rushing and thundering filled my ears. I could see nothing except when the wind made a chasm in the spray, and then...encompass me on every side, while below, a raging and foamy gulf of undiscoverable extent lashed the rocks with its hissing waves, and swallowed, under a...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 10

1821
...to extricate myself. A mingled rushing and thundering filled my ears. I could ее nothing except when the wind made a chasm in the spray, and then tremendous cataracts seemed to encompass rae on every side, while below, a raging and foamy gulf of undiscoverable extent lashed the rocks with...
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Spirit of the English Magazines, Volume 11

1822
...dare to extricate myself. A mingled rushing and thundering filled my ears. I could see nothing except when the wind made a chasm in the spray, and then...encompass me on every side, while below, a raging and foamy gulf of imdiscoverable extent lashed the rocks with its hissing waves, and swallowed, under a...
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The Babbler; or, Weekly literary and scientific intelligencer

1822
...llituidering filled my ears. I could see nothing except when the wind made a chasm in the spray, aud then tremendous cataracts seemed to encompass me on every side, while below, a raging and foamy gulf of nndiscoverable extent lashed the rocks with its hissing wiu-i"*, and swallowed, under...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

1824
...dare to extricate myself. Л mingled rushing and thundering filled my ears. I could sec nothing except when the wind made a chasm in the spray, and then...me on every side, while below, a raging and foaming gulph of undiscoverable extent lashed the rocks with its hissing waves, and swallowed, under a horrible...
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 65

1824
...dare to extricate myself. A mingled rushing and thundering filled ray ears. I could see nothing except when the wind made a chasm in the spray, and then...me on every side, while below, a raging and foaming gulph of uudiscoverablc extent lashed the rocks with its hissing waves, and swallowed, under a horrible...
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The bachelor's wife, a selection of curious and interesting extracts

John Galt - 1824
...dare to extricate myself. A mingled and thundering rushing filled my ears. I could see nothing except when the wind made a chasm in the spray, and then...encompass me on every side, while below, a raging and foamy gulf of undiscoverable extent lashed the rocks with its hissing waves, and swallowed, under a...
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Annual Register, Volume 65

Edmund Burke - 1824
...dare to extricate myself. A mingled rushing and thundering filled my ears. I could see nothing except when the wind made a chasm in the spray, and then tremendous cataracts seemed to encompassmeon every side, while below, a raging and foaming gulph of undiscovcrable extent lashed the...
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