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" ... that of uncontrollable terror. It was not until I had> by frequent excursions to the Falls, in some measure familiarized my mind with their sublimities, that I ventured to explore the penetralia of the Great Cataract. The precipice over which it rolls... "
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Annual Register

1824
...ventured to explore the penetralia of the Great -Cataract. The precipice over which it rolls is very much arched underneath, while the impetus which the...retrace my steps, lest I should be suffocated by the blast of dense spray that whirled around me; however, the third time, I succeeded in advancing about...
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Sketches of Upper Canada, Domestic, Local, and Characteristic: To which are ...

John Howison - 1821 - 339 pages
...ventured to explore the penetralia of the Great Cataract. The precipice over which it rolls is very much arched underneath ; while the impetus which the...third time I succeeded in advancing about twenty-five yards. Here darkness began to encircle me ; on one side, the black cliff stretched itself into a gigantic...
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Sketches of Upper Canada, Domestic, Local, and Characteristic: To which are ...

John Howison - 1821 - 339 pages
...ventured to explore the penetralia of the Great Cataract. The precipice over which it rolls is very much arched underneath; while the impetus which the...third time I succeeded in advancing about twenty-five yards. Here darkness began to encircle me; on one side, the black cliff stretched itself into a gigantic...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 10

1821
...ventured to explore the penetralia of the Great Cataract. The precipice over which it rolls is very much arched underneath ; while the impetus which the...however, the third time I succeeded in advancing about twenty -five yards. Here darkness began to encircle me ; on one side, the black cliff stretched itself...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 10

1821
...ventured to explore thtpcactralia of the Great Cataract. The precipice over which it rolls is very much arched underneath ; while the impetus which the...however, the third time I succeeded in advancing about twenty -five yards. Here darkness began to encircle me ; on one side, the black cliff stretched itself...
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Sketches of Upper Canada ...: To which are Added, Practical Details for the ...

John Howison - 1822 - 353 pages
...ventured to explore the penetralia of the Great Cataract. The precipice over which it rolls is very much arched underneath, while the impetus which the...retrace my steps, lest I should be suffocated by the blast of dense spray that whirled around me ; however, the third time, I succeeded in advancing about...
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Spirit of the English Magazines, Volume 11

1822
...ventured to explore the penetralia of the Great Cataract. The precipice over which it rolls is very much arched underneath ; while the impetus which the...the torrent. Twice I entered this cavern, and twice 1 was obliged to retrace my steps, lest I should be suffocated by the blasts of dense spray that whirled...
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The Babbler; or, Weekly literary and scientific intelligencer

1822
...explore the penetralia of the Great Cataract. The precipice over which it rolls is very much arcbed underneath; while the impetus which the water receives in its descent, projects it far beyond (he cliff1, and thus an immense Go'.hic arch is formed by the rock and the torrent. Twice I entered...
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Annual Register, Volume 65

Edmund Burke - 1824
...ventured to explore the penetralia of the Great Cataract. The precipice over which it rolls is very much arched underneath, while the impetus which the...retrace my steps, lest I should be suffocated by the blast of dense spray that whirled around me; however, the third time, I succeeded in advancing about...
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 65

1824
...ventured to explore the penetralia of the Great Cataract. The precipice over which it rolls is very much arched underneath, while the impetus which the...retrace my steps, lest I should be suffocated by the blast of dense spray that whirled around me; however, the third time, I succeeded in advancing about...
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