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" ... in the wilderness. Though he may not see a house, nor a human being, and is conscious that he is far from the habitations... "
Chambers's pocket miscellany - Page 75
by Chambers W. and R., ltd - 1852
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Statistics of the West: At the Close of the Year 1836

James Hall - Mississippi River Valley - 1836 - 272 pages
...down, that the eye is regaled almost to satiety. The gayety of the prairie, its embellishments; and the absence of the gloom and savage wildness of the forest,...which usually creeps over the mind of the solitary traveler in the wilderness. Though he may not see a house, nor a human being, and is conscious that...
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Notes on the Western States: Containing Descriptive Sketches of Their Soil ...

James Hall - Steam-navigation - 1838 - 304 pages
...to dispel the feeling of lonesomeness, which usually creeps over the mind of the solitary traveler in the wilderness. Though he may not see a house,...can scarcely divest himself of the idea that he is traveling through scenes embellished by the hand of art. The flowers, so fragile, so delicate, and...
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Notes on the western states: containing descriptive sketches of their soil ...

James Hall - Mississippi River Valley - 1838 - 304 pages
...that the eye is regaled almost to satiety. The gayety of the prairie, its embellishments,' and the absence of the gloom and savage wildness of the forest,...which usually creeps over the mind of the solitary traveler in the wilderness. Though he may not see a house, nor a human being, and is conscious that...
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Texas: The Rise, Progress, and Prospects of the Republic of Texas ...

William Kennedy - Texas - 1841
...down, that the eye is regaled almost to satiety. he gaiety of the prairie, its embellishments, and the absence of the gloom and savage wildness of the forest,...human being, and is conscious that he is far from the habitation of man, he can scarcely divest himself of the idea that he is travelling through scenes...
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The eastern and western states of America, Volume 1

James Silk Buckingham - Religion - 1842
...which stands alone in the blooming desert. " The gaiety of the prairie, its embellishments, and the absence of the gloom and savage wildness of the forest,...house, nor a human being, and is conscious that he is fur from the habitations of men, he can scarcely divest himself of the idea that he is travelling through...
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The West: Its Soil, Surface, and Productions

James Hall - Mississippi River Valley - 1848 - 260 pages
...down, that the eye is regaled almost to satiety. The gayety of the prairie, its embellishments, and the absence of the gloom and savage wildness of the forest,...which usually creeps over the mind of the solitary traveler in the wilderness. Though he may not see a house, nor a human being, and is conscious that...
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The Hemans Reader for Female Schools: Containing Extracts in Prose and Poetry

Timothy Stone Pinneo - Readers - 1847 - 480 pages
...down, that the eye is regaled almost to satiety. The gayety of the prairie, its embellishments, and the absence of the gloom and savage wildness of the forest,...which usually creeps over the mind of the solitary traveler in the wilderness. Though he may not see a house, nor a human being, and is conscious that...
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The pictorial family encyclopedia of history, biography and travels ...

John Frost - Biography - 1854 - 648 pages
...which stands alone in the blooming desert. " The gaiety of the prairie, its embellishments, and the absence of the gloom and savage wildness of the forest,...in the wilderness. Though he may not see a house, or a human being, and is conscious that he is far from the habitations of men, he can scarcely divest...
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Library of American History: Containing Biographical Sketches, of Washington ...

United States - 1855 - 640 pages
...down, that the eye is regaled almost to satiety. The gaiety of the prairie, its embellishments, and the absence of the gloom and savage wildness of the forest,...which usually creeps over the mind of the solitary traveler in the wilderness. Though he may not see a house nor a human being, and is conscious that...
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RAMBLES IN THE PATH OF THE STEAM-HORSE. AN OFF_HAND OLLA PODRIDA

ELE BOWEN - 1855
...down, that the eye is regaled almost to satiety. The gaiety of the prairie, its embellishments, and the absence of the gloom and savage wildness of the forest,...feeling of lonesomeness, which usually creeps over the minds of the solitary traveller in the wilderness. Though he may not see a house, nor a human being,...
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