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" beyond all competition, the most beautiful river in the universe, whether we consider it for its meandering course through an immense region of forests, for its clean and elegant banks, which afford innumerable delightful situations for cities, villages... "
Travels in America Performed in 1806: For the Purpose of Exploring the ... - Page 67
by Thomas Ashe - 1803 - 366 pages
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Some information respecting America

Thomas cooper - 1795
...which afford innumerable delightful fituation^ for cities, villages, and improved farms, or for thofe many other advantages, which truly entitle it to the...originally given it by the French, of La B.elle. Riviere. After paffing a diftance of five hundred miles upon thofe waters, I arrived at Limeftone, which is...
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Some information respecting America

Thomas Cooper, Benjamin Franklin, Tench Coxe, United States - Prices - 1795 - 240 pages
...which afford innumerable delightful fituatioris for cities, villages, and improved farms, or for thofe many other advantages, which truly entitle it to the...originally given it by the French, of La Belle Riviere. After paffing a diftance of five hundred miles upon thofe waters, I arrived at Lirneftone, which is...
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travels in america, performed in 1806

thomas ashe - 1808
...general description. VOL. I. M The Ohio commences at the junction of the Alleghany and Monongahela rivers, and there also commences its beauty. It has...exaggerated one. Now, the immense forests recede, cultivation smiles along its banks; numerous villages and towns decorate its shores ; and it is not...
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travels in america, performed in the year 1806, for the purpose of exploring ...

thomas ashe, esq. - 1809
...universe, whether it be considered for its meandering course through an immense region of forests ; fof its elegant banks, which afford innumerable delightful...description given several years since, and it has gem-rally been thought an exaggerated one. Now, the immense forests recede, cultivation smiles along...
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The youth's companion: or An historical dictionary; consisting of articles ...

Ezra Sampson - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1813 - 424 pages
...for cities, villages, and improved farms, or. for its gentle current, clear waters, and smooth bosom which truly entitle it to the name originally given it by the French, of La Belle Reviere ; or the beautiful river. It is a quarter of a mile wide at Pittsburgh. OHIO STATE, was admitted...
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The Youth's Companion, Or, An Historical Dictionary: Consisting of Articles ...

Ezra Sampson - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1816 - 412 pages
...for cities, villages, and improved farms, or for its gentle current, clear waters, and smooth bosom which truly entitle it to the name originally given it by the French, of La Belle Review; or the beautiful river. It is a quarter of a mile wide at Pittsburgh. OHIO STATE, was admitted...
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Encyclopædia metropolitana; or, Universal dictionary of knowledge, ed. by E ...

Encyclopaedia - 1845
...delightful situations for cities, villages, and improved farms, with its various other advantages, well entitle it to the name originally given it by the French of " La belle Rivitre." Since that period, the Ohio has greatly improved both in beauty and utility. The immense...
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Don Paez: And Other Poems

James Cave Price - American poetry - 1847 - 150 pages
...through immense forests ; its clean and elegant banks, its innumerable delightful situations for towns, villages and improved farms; or for those many other...name originally given it by the French, of La Belle Rivifere.—American Museum for \ 792. Journal of a Tour in Kentucky. TO OHIO. HAIL gentle Ohio ! hail...
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Waterways of westward expansion: the Ohio River and its tributaries

Archer Butler Hulbert - Ohio River - 1903 - 220 pages
...whether we consider it for its meandering course through an immense region of forests, for its clean and elegant banks, which afford innumerable delightful...given it by the French, of La Belle Riviere.' This description was penned several years since, and it has not generally been thought an exaggerated one....
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