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" M. broad ; but so indented is it, that I am not sure but one would need, as we were informed, to ride 1,000 M. to go round it, following all its incursions into the land. The hills around it are never more than 5 - 600 ft. high, but they are high enough... "
Baddeck: and that sort of thing - Page 109
by Charles Dudley Warner - 1893 - 191 pages
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The Maritime provinces: a handbook for travellers [ed. by M.F. Sweetser].

Maritime provinces - 1875
...oyster. This irregular lake is about 100 M. long, if you measure it skilfully, and in some places 10 M. broad ; but so indented is it, that I am not sure but one would need, as we were informed, to ride 1,000 M. to go round it, following all its incursions into the land. The hills around it are never...
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the maritime provinces: a handbook for travellers

james r. osgood and company - 1875
...oyster. This irregular lake is about 100 M. long, if you measure it skilfully, and in some places 10 M. broad ; but so indented is it, that I am not sure but one would need, as we were informed, to ride 1,000 M. to go round it, following all its incursions into the land. The hills around it are never...
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The Maritime Provinces: A Handbook for Travelers. A Guide to the Chief ...

Moses Foster Sweetser - Maritime Provinces - 1875 - 336 pages
...indented is it, that I am подвиге but one would need, as we were informed, to ride 1,000 M. to go round it, following all its incursions into the land. The hills around it are never more than 6 - 600 ft. high, but they are high enough for reposeful beauty, and...
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The Oyster Industry

Ernest Ingersoll - Oyster culture - 1881 - 251 pages
...fattens the oyster. This irregular lake is about one hundred miles long, if you measure it skillfully, and in some places ten miles broad; but so indented...sure but one would need, as we were informed, to ride one thousand miles to go round it, following all its incursions into the land." Here, as might be expected,...
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A Report on the Oyster-industry of the United States

Ernest Ingersoll - 1881 - 250 pages
...the oyster. This irregular lake is about one hundred miles long, if you measure it skillfully, arid in some places ten miles broad; but so indented is...sure but one would need, as we were informed, to ride one thousand miles to go round it, following all its incursions into the laud." Here, as might be expected,...
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The maritime provinces: A handbook for travellers. A guide to the chief ...

Moses Foster Sweetser - Maritime Provinces - 1885 - 336 pages
...hut PO indented is it, that lam not sure hut one would need, as we were informed, to ride 1,000 M. to go round it, following all its incursions into the land. The hills around it atv never mere than 5 -600 ft. high, hut they are high enough for reposeful heauty, and olfer...
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The Maritime Provinces: a handbook for travelers: A guide to the chief ...

Moses Foster Sweetser - Maritime Provinces - 1888 - 336 pages
...irregular lake is about 100 M. long, if you measure it skilfully, and in some places 10 M. broad ; but PO indented is it, that I am not sure but one would need, as we were informed, to ride 1,000 M. to go round it, following all its incursions into the land. The hills around it are never...
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The Maritime Provinces: A Handbook for Travellers

Moses Foster Sweetser - Maritime Provinces - 1892 - 336 pages
...long, if you measure it skilfully, and in some places 10 M. broad; but <=o indented ia it, that lam not sure but one would need, as we were informed, to ride 1,000 M. to go round it, following all its incursions into the land. The hills around it arc never...
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Methodist Magazine, Volume 40

Religion - 1894
...briny sea. It has all the pleaaantnesa of a fresh-water lake, with all the advantages of a salt one. So indented is it, that I am not sure but one would need, as we were informed, to ride 1,000 miles to go round it, following all its incursions into the land." CAPE BRETON FISHERMEN. As...
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School Work, Volume 3

Education - 1904
...fattens the oyster. This irregular lake is about a hundred miles long, if you measure it skillfully, and in some places ten miles broad ; but so indented...but they are high enough for reposeful beauty, and offers everywhere reposeful lines. From "Baddeck, and That Sort of Thing," by Charles Dudley Warner,...
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