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" The Land farther in, that is lower than what borders on the Sea, was so much as we saw of it, very plain and even ; partly Savannahs, and partly Woodland. The Savannahs bear a sort of thin coarse Grass. The Mould is also a coarser Sand than that by the... "
A New Voyage Round the World - Page 152
by William Dampier - 1703
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A general collection of the best and most interesting voyages and travels in ...

John Pinkerton - Africa - 1812
...it is clay. Here are a great many rocks in the large favannah we were in, which are five or fix feet high, and round at top like a hay-cock, very remarkable...red and fome white. ' The woodland lies farther in dill, •where there were divers forts of fmall trees, fcarce any three feet in circumference, their...
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Works Issued by the Hakluyt Society, Volume 25

Richard Henry Major - Voyages and travels - 1859 - 200 pages
...sort of thin coarse grass. The mould is also a coarser sand than that by the sea side, and in some places 'tis clay. Here are a great many rocks in the large savannah we were in, which are five or six foot high, and round at the top like a haycock, very remarkable, some red and some white....
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A history of the discovery and exploration of Australia: or, an ..., Volume 1

Julian Edmund Tenison Woods - Australia - 1865
...a sort of thin coarse grass. The mould is also a coarser sand than that by the seaside, and in some places 'tis clay. Here are a great many rocks in the large savannah we were in, which are five or six foot high, and round at the top like a haycock, very remarkable, some red and white. The...
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The Romance of the South Pole: Antarctic Voyages and Explorations

George Barnett Smith - Antarctica - 1900 - 235 pages
...grass. The mould is also a coarser land than that by the seaside, and in some places it is clay. There are a great many rocks in the large savannah we were in, which are five or six feet high, and round at top like a haycock, very remarkable, some red and some white. The...
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Dampier's voyages: consisting of a New voyage round the world, a ..., Volume 2

William Dampier - Dampier, William - 1906 - 10 pages
...sort of thin coarse Grass. The Mould is also a coarser Sand than that by the Sea-side, and in some places 'tis Clay. Here are a great many Rocks in the...and round at top like a Hay-cock, very remarkable ; some red, and some white. The Woodland lies farther in still ; where there were divers sorts of small...
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