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" ... lie bared and whitening in the summer's .sun You cross and recross it, as in its deviations it leaves space, on one side or the other, for a practicable road. " At ' Chester Factories' you begin your ascent of 80 feet in a mile for 13 miles! "
Appleton's northern and eastern traveller's guide - Page 79
by Wellington Williams - 1850
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Graham's American Monthly Magazine of Literature, Art, and ..., Volumes 24-25

George R. Graham, Edgar Allan Poe, Charles Jacobs Peterson, Ann Sophia Stephens, Rufus Wilmot Griswold, Robert Taylor Conrad, Joseph Ripley Chandler, Bayard Taylor - History - 1844
...practicable road. At " Chester Factories" you begin your ascent of eighty feet in a mile for thirteen miles ! The stream between you and the precipitous...cramped into its rocky bed, is the Pontoosne, one of the tribuaries of the Weslfield River. Alas ! for Mr. Dickens, who talks about the " slimy rivers of America."...
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A Gazetteer of Massachusetts: Containing Descriptions of All the Counties ...

John Hayward - Massachusetts - 1846 - 444 pages
...practicable road. " At ' Chester Factories' you begin your ascent of eighty feet in a mile, for thirteen miles! The stream between you and the precipitous...bed, is the Pontoosne, one of the tributaries of the Westfleld river. As you trace this stream to its mountain-home, it dashes along beside you with the...
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A Gazetteer of Massachusetts: Containing Descriptions of All the Counties ...

John Hayward - Massachusetts - 1847 - 448 pages
...practicable road. " At ' Chester Factories' you begin your ascent of eighty feet in a mile, for thirteen miles! The stream between you and the precipitous...the Westfield river. As you trace this stream to its mountain-home, it dashey along beside you with the recklessness of childhood. It leaps down precipices,...
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A GAZETTEER OF MASSACHUSETTS

JOHN HAYWARD - 1847
...eighty feet in a mile, for thirteen miles! The stream between you and the precipitous hill-side, cvamped into its rocky bed, is the Pontoosne, one of the tributaries...the Westfield river. As you trace this stream to its mountain-home, it dashef along beside you with the recklessness of childhood. It leaps down precipices,...
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A Chart and Description of the Boston and Worcester and Western ..., Volume 1

William Guild - Railroads - 1847 - 78 pages
...practicable road. "At Chester Factories, you ( begin your ascent of eighty feet in a mile, for thirteen miles. The stream between you and the precipitous hillside, cramped into its rocky bed, is one of the tributaries of the Westfield River. As you trace this stream to its mountain-home, it dashes...
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Railroad and Steamboat Companion

Wellington Williams - Railroad travel - 1848 - 313 pages
...torn np and rolled down by the sweeping torrents of spring and antumn, lie bared and whitening In tho summer's sun You cross and recross it, as in its deviations...langhing in the dimpling sunshine, and then, shy as the mountarn nymph, it dodges behind a knotty copse of evergreens. In approaching the 'summit level,' you...
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Appletons' new and complete United States guide book for travellers ...

Wellington Williams - Transportation - 1851
...for a practicable road. " At s Chester Factories' you begin your ascent of 80 feet in a mile for 1 3 miles! The stream between you and the precipitous...of childhood. It leaps down precipices, runs forth laughing in the dimpling sunshine, and then, shy as the mountain nymph, it dodges behind a knotty copse...
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APPLETONS' ILLUSTRATED HAND-BOOK OF AMERICAN TRAVEL

T. ADDISON RICHARDS - 1861
...your ascent of 80 feet in a mile for 13 miles. The stream between you and the precipitous hill side, cramped into its rocky bed, is the Pontoosne, one...of childhood. It leaps down precipices, runs forth laughing in the dimpling sunshine, and then, shy as the mountain nymph, it dodges behind a knotty copse...
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New England, a Handbook for Travellers: A Guide to the Chief Cities and ...

Moses Foster Sweetser - 1877
...character of the river strikes you. At Chester you begin your ascent of 80 ft. in a mile for 13 M. The stream between you and the precipitous hillside, cramped into its rocky bed, is the Pontoosuc, which leaps down precipices, runs forth laughing in the dimpling sunshine, and then, shy...
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New England: a handbook for travellers [ed. by M.F. Sweetser].

Moses Foster Sweetser - 1881
...character of the river strikes you. At Chester you begin your ascent of 80 ft. in a mile for 13 M. The stream between you and the precipitous hillside, cramped into its rocky bed, is the Pontoosuc, which leaps down precipices, runs forth laughing in the dimpling sunshine, and then, shy...
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