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" to be seen, and it was many days before we were weary of looking at them. We occasionally used the opportunity of the boat's stopping to take in wood, for a ten minutes' visit to the shore ; we in this manner explored a field of "
Domestic Manners of the Americans - Page 26
by Frances Milton Trollope - 1901 - 304 pages
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The Writings of Mark Twain, Volume 9

Mark Twain - American literature - 1908
...the Mechanics' National Bank here, and the wealthiest man in the State."—Associated Press Telegram. to be seen, and it was many days before we were weary of looking at them. Captain Basil Hall: The district of country which lies adjacent to the Mississippi, in the lower parts...
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The Writings of Mark Twain [pseud.], Volume 9

Mark Twain - 1903
...the Mechanics' National Bank here, and the wealthiest man in the State."—Associated Prest Telegram. to be seen, and it was many days before we were weary cf looking at them. Captain Basil Hall: The district of country which lies adjacent to the Mississippi,...
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The Writings of Mark Twain: Life on the Mississippi

Mark Twain - American literature - 1903
...saloon, and blew his brains out. The Memphis Avalanche reports that the professor's course met with to be seen, and it was many days before we were weary cf looking at them. i ^Captain Basil Hall: The district of country which lies adjacent to the Mississippi,...
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Mississippi Writings

Mark Twain - Fiction - 1876 - 1084 pages
...the graceful and luxuriant palmetto, the dark and noble ilex, and the bright orange, were everywhere to be seen, and it was many days before we were weary of looking at them." Captain Basil Hall: — "The district of country which lies adjacent to the Mississippi, in the lower...
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Life on the Mississippi

Mark Twain - Travel - 1984 - 450 pages
...the graceful and luxuriant palmetto, the dark and noble ilex, and the bright orange, were everywhere to be seen, and it was many days before we were weary of looking at them." Captain Basil Hall:— "The district of country which lies adjacent to the Mississippi, in the lower...
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Louisiana Sojourns: Travelers' Tales and Literary Journeys

John James Audubon, F. A. De Caro, Rosan A. Jordan - Literary Criticism - 1998 - 581 pages
...the graceful and luxuriant palmetto, the dark and noble ilex, and the bright orange were everywhere to be seen, and it was many days before we were weary of looking at them. Captain Basil Hall: The district of country which lies adjacent to the Mississippi, in the lower parts...
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Life on the Mississippi

Mark Twain - Literary Criticism - 2000 - 295 pages
...the graceful and luxuriant palmetto, the dark and noble ilex, and the bright orange were everywhere to be seen, and it was many days before we were weary of looking at them. Captain Basil Hall: The district of country which lies adjacent to the Mississippi, in the lower parts...
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Life on the Mississippi

Mark Twain - Fiction - 2004 - 552 pages
...the graceful and luxuriant palmetto, the dark and noble ilex, and the bright orange, were everywhere to be seen, and it was many days before we were weary of looking at them.' Captain Basil Ha!! ‘Thedistrict of country which lies adjacent to the Mississippi, in the lower parts...
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