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" ... was unable to penetrate the gloom, and we were frequently left in midnight darkness. It would require greater powers than we are in possession of to give an adequate description of the magnificence, solemnity, and desolate repose, of the awful solitudes... "
Journal of an Expedition to Explore the Course and Termination of the Niger ... - Page 73
by Richard Lander, John Lander - 1832
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Journal of an Expedition to Explore the Course and Termination of ..., Volume 1

Richard Lander, John Lander - Africa - 1832 - 354 pages
...Haussa manufacture, and uncommonly neat ; in the interior such an article is used only by the principal people ; and his bridle also was of curious workmanship....cannot be surpassed for beauty in any part of the world, that he was approaching those eternal shades where, in ancient time, the souls of good men were...
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The Eclectic Review

Literary Criticism - 1832
...of the magnificence, solemnity, and desolate repose of the awful solitudes through which we passed. They were enlightened, however, at times by the appearance...fancy, when threading his way through scenery which cannot, perhaps, be surpassed for beauty in any part of the world, that he was approaching those eternal...
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The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th]

1832
...of the magnificence, solemnity, and desolate repose of the awful solitudes through which we passed. They were enlightened, however, at times by the appearance...fancy, when threading his way through scenery which cannot, perhaps, be surpassed for beauty in any part of the world, that he was approaching those eternal...
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The African Repository, Volume 18

African Americans - 1842
...; frogs in untold numbers, more hoarse and loud than were ever heard in Christendom, and glow-worms so luminous that one could almost see to read by their golden splendor. Bees abound in the foresti of Southern and Western Africa, depositing their honey, as with...
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The Niger Journal of Richard and John Lander

Richard Lander, John Lander - Social Science - 2004 - 317 pages
...however, dismounted and offered us his horse; and my brother and self agreed to ride him in turns. It would require greater powers than we are in possession...cannot be surpassed for beauty in any part of the world, that he was approaching those eternal shades where, in ancient times, the souls of good men...
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The Eclectic Review

Literary Criticism - 1832
...the magnificence, solemnity, mud desolate repose of the awful solitudes through which we passed. Th*y were enlightened, however, at times by the appearance...violets ; and one might almost fancy, when threading his waj through scenery which cannot, perhaps, be surpassed for beauty in any part of the world, that he...
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