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" But what words shall describe the Mississippi, great father of rivers, who (praise be to Heaven) has no young children like him ! An enormous ditch, sometimes two or three miles wide, running liquid mud, six miles an hour... "
The St. Petersburg English review of literature, the arts and science, ed ... - Seite 393
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The Methodist Quarterly Review

1846
...vol. ii, p. 98. " The hateful Mississippi — what words shall describe the great father of waters, who (praise be to Heaven) has no young children like him ! An enormous ditch, running liquid mud six miles an hour !"— Dickens, p. 64. " If there be an excess of mental luxury...
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Works, Band 1

Charles Dickens - 1842
...place without one single quality, inearth or air or water, to commend it : such is this dismal Cairo. But what words shall describe the Mississippi , great...obstructed everywhere by huge logs and whole forest trees : now twining themselves together in great rafts, from the interstices of which a sedgy lazy foam works...
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American notes for general circulation

Charles Dickens - 1842
...place without one single quality, in earth or air or water, to commend it : such is this dismal Cairo. But what words shall describe the Mississippi, great...obstructed everywhere by huge logs and whole forest trees : now twining themselves together in great rafts, from the interstices of which a sedgy lazy foam works...
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The St. Peterburg English Review, Band 4

S. Warrand - 1842
...Mississippi) $ill not thank Mr. Dickens for the following striking but repulsive portraiture: — • But what words shall describe the Mississippi, great...or three miles wide, running liquid mud, six miles au hour: its strong and frothy current choked and obstructed everywhere by liuge logs and whole forest...
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American Notes for General Circulation, Band 1

Charles Dickens - 1842 - 320 Seiten
...place without one single quality, in earth or air or water, to cornmead it : such is this dismal Cairo. But what words shall describe the Mississippi , great...(praise be to Heaven) has no young children like him! AD enormous ditch , sometimes two or three miles wide , running liquid mud, six miles an hour: its...
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The History of Illinois, from Its First Discovery and Settlement to the ...

Henry Brown - 1844 - 492 Seiten
...thanking Heaven all the way, that he (the Mississippi,) " had no young children like himself" — " an enormous ditch, sometimes two or three miles wide, running liquid mud six miles an hour ;" having stopped at the Planter's House in St. Louis, " built like an English hospital, with long...
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Methodist Review, Band 28

1846
...vol. ii, p. 98. " The hateful Mississippi — what words shall describe the great father of waters, who (praise be to Heaven) has no young children like him ! An enormous ditch, running liquid mud six miles an hour !" — Dickens, p. 64. " If there be an excess of mental luxury...
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American Notes for General Circulation

Charles Dickens - 1863 - 175 Seiten
...place without one single quality, in earth or air or water, to commend it : such is this dismal Cairo. But what words shall describe the Mississippi, great...sometimes two or three miles wide, running liquid mud, six milea an hour : its strong and frothy current choked and obstructed everywhere by huge logs and whole...
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The Works of Charles Dickens, Band 1

Charles Dickens - 1866
...single quality, in earth or air or water, to commend it : /such is this dismal Cairo. But what Y°r(ls shall describe the Mississippi, great father of rivers,...obstructed everywhere by huge logs and whole forest trees : now twining themselves together in great rafts, from the interstices of which a sedgy lazy foam works...
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The Works of Charles Dickens ...: American notes

Charles Dickens - 1868
...place without one single quality, in earth or air or water, to commend it : such is this dismal Cairo. But what words shall describe the Mississippi, great...obstructed everywhere by huge logs and whole forest trees : now twining themselves together in great rafts, from the interstices of which a sedgy lazy foam works...
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