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" ... turn a mill, if so useless a thing was wanted in the wilderness. But the hand that made that ' Leap ' never made a mill. There the water comes crooking and winding among the rocks ; first so slow that a trout... "
Cooper's Works - Sivu 389
tekijä(t) James Fenimore Cooper - 1855
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The Pioneers, Or the Sources of the Susquehanna: A Descriptive Tale, Nide 2

James Fenimore Cooper - 1827
...stuffed painter; and so I often went. There's a place in them hills that I used to climb to when I wanted to see the carryings on of the world, that...deep hollow for the brook to tumble into. The first pitch-is nigh two hundred feet, and the water looks like flakes of driven snow, afore it touches the...

The Novelist: a collection of the standard novels, Niteet 2–3

Novelist - 1839
...creater that wanted to make a far *Pnng, I"" it gets to where the mountain divides, like the cleft Ivoof of a deer, leaving a deep hollow for the brook to tumble into. The nrst pilch is nigh two hundred feet, and the water looks like Hakes of driven snow, afore u touches...

Letters from a Landscape Painter

Charles Lanman - 1845 - 265 sivua
...might swim in it, and then starting and running, just like any creature that wanted to make a fair spring, till it gets to where the mountain divides, like the cleft foot of a deer, leaving a deep hollow for the brook to tumble into. The first pitch is nigh two hundred...

Adventures of an Angler in Canada, Nova Scotia and the United States

Charles Lanman - 1848 - 322 sivua
...that wanted to make a fair spring, till it gets to where the mountain divides, like the cleft foot of a deer, leaving a deep hollow for the brook to...two hundred feet, and the water looks like flakes of snow afore it touches the bottom, and then gathers itself together again for a new start, and, may...

A Tour to the River Saguenay, in Lower Canada

Charles Lanman - 1848 - 231 sivua
...trout might swim in it, and then starting and running, like any creature that wanted to make a fair spring, till it gets to where the mountain divides, like the cleft foot of a deer, leaving a deep hollow for the brook to tumble into. The first pitch is nigh two hundred...

Harper's Magazine, Nide 9

1854
...trout might swim in it, and then starting and running, like any creature that wanted to make a fair spring, till it gets to where the mountain divides like the cleft foot of a deer, leaving a deep hollow for the brook to tumble into. The first pitch is nigh two hundred...

Adventures in the Wilds of the United States and British American ..., Nide 1

Charles Lanman - 1856
...trout might swim in it, and then starting and running, like any creature that Wanted to make a fair spring, till it gets to where the mountain divides, like the cleft foot of a deer, leaving a deep hollow for the brook to tumble into. The first pitch is nigh two hundred...

The Pioneers: Or, The Sources of the Susquehanna. A Descriptive Tale

James Fenimore Cooper - 1859 - 505 sivua
...the rocks ; first so slow that a trout could swim in it, and then starting and running like a crater that wanted to make a far spring, till it gets to...the brook to tumble into. The first pitch is nigh twov hundred feet, and the water looks like flakes of driven snow afore it touches the bottom ; and...

APPLETONS' ILLUSTRATED HAND-BOOK OF AMERICAN TRAVEL

T. ADDISON RICHARDS - 1861
...that a trout might swim in it, then starting and running like any creature that wanted to make a fair spring, till it gets to where the mountain divides like the cleft foot of a deer, leaving a deep hollow for the brook to tumble into, The first pitch is nigh 200 feet,...

The Hudson, from the Wilderness to the Sea

Benson John Lossing - 1866 - 464 sivua
...rocks, first so slow that a trout might swim in it, and then starting and running, just like any creatur that wanted to make a far spring, till it gets to...flakes of driven snow afore it touches the bottom ; and then the stream gathers itself together again for a new start, and may be flutters over fifty feet...




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