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" Pampas, which are serviceable to mankind, produced an equal impression? I can scarcely analyze these feelings : but it must be partly owing to the free scope given to the imagination. The plains of Patagonia are boundless, for they are scarcely... "
The Voyage of the Beagle - Page 544
by Charles Darwin - 1909 - 547 pages
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The earth and its inhabitants. The universal geography, ed. by E.G ...

Jean Jacques Élisée Reclus - Geography - 1876
...boundless, for they are scarcely practicable, and hence unknown. They bear the stamp of baring lasted for ages, and there appears no limit to their duration...the ancients supposed, the flat earth was surrounded hy an impassable breadth of water, or by deserts heated to an intolerable excess, who would not look...
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What Mr. Darwin Saw in His Voyage Round the World in the Ship "Beagle".

Charles Darwin - Beagle Expedition - 1879 - 228 pages
...are scarcely passable, and hence unknown ; they bear the stamp of having lasted, as they are no\v, for ages, and there appears no limit to their duration...impassable breadth of water, or by deserts heated to an unbearable excess, who would not look at these lost boundaries to man's knowledge with deep but vague...
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What Mr. Darwin Saw in His Voyage Round the World in the Ship "Beagle".

Charles Darwin - Beagle Expedition - 1879 - 228 pages
...greener and more fertile Pampas, which are more serviceable to mankind, produced an equal impression II can scarcely analyze these feelings, but it must be...impassable breadth of water, or by deserts heated to an unbearable excess, who would not look at these lost boundaries to man's knowledge with deep but vague...
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A Naturalist's Voyage: Journal of Researches Into the Natural History and ...

Charles Darwin - Beagle Expedition - 1889 - 519 pages
...to the free scope given to the imagination. The plains of Patagonia are boundless, RETROSPECT. 601 for they are scarcely passable, and hence unknown...time. If, as the ancients supposed, the flat earth were surrounded by an impassable breadth of water, or by deserts heated to an intolerable excess, who...
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The Strand Magazine, Volume 3

George Newnes - England - 1892
...boundless, for they are scarcely practicable, and hence unknown ; they bear the stamp of having thus lasted for ages, and there appears no limit to their duration...man's knowledge with deep but ill-defined sensations ? " Hamerton, whose wide experience and artistic power make his opinion especially important, says:...
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The Beauties of Nature and the Wonders of the World We Live in

Sir John Lubbock - Astronomy - 1892 - 429 pages
...boundless, for they are scarcely practicable, and hence unknown ; they bear the stamp of having thus lasted for ages, and there appears no limit to their duration...man's knowledge with deep but ill-defined sensations ? " Hamerton, whose wide experience and artistic power make his opinion especially important, says...
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Idle Days in Patagonia

William Henry Hudson - Natural history - 1893 - 256 pages
...boundless* for they are scarcely practicable, and hence unknown ; they bear the stamp of having thus lasted for ages, and there appears no limit to their duration...man's knowledge with deep but ill-defined sensations?" That he did not in this passage hit on the right explanation of the sensations he experienced in Patagonia,...
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The Earth and Its Inhabitants ...

Elisée Reclus - Geography - 1895
...greener, and more fertile pampas, which are serviceable to mankind, produced an equal impression ? lusted for ages, and there appears no limit to their duration...impassable breadth of water, or by deserts heated to un intolerable excess, who would not look at these last boundaries to man's knowledge with deep but...
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The Earth and Its Inhabitants, Africa: North-west Africa

Elisée Reclus - Africa - 1895
...greener, and more fertile pampas, which are serviceable to mankind, produced an equal impression ? lasted for ages, and there appears no limit to their duration...flat earth was surrounded by an impassable breadth of wuter, or by deserts heated to an intolerable excess, who would not look at these last boundaries to...
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Charles Darwin's Works: Journal of researches into the natural history and ...

Charles Darwin - Science - 1896
...boundless, for they are scarcely passable, and hence unknown : they bear the stamp of having lasted, as tney are now, for ages, and there appears no limit to their duration through future time. If, as the ancienta supposed, the flat earth was surrounded by an impassable biuudth of water, or by deserts heated...
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