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" The atmosphere was remarkably clear and serene; but we saw none of those clouds of smoke which by some writers are said to exhale from the surface of Lake Asphaltites, nor from any neighbouring mountain. "
A Collection of the Most Celebrated Voyages & Travels, from the Discovery of ... - Side 240
af R. P. Forster - 1818
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English 18th Century Dances, Bind 2

1812
...appear less remote than they really are. The atmosphere was remarkably clear and serene ; but we saw none of those clouds of smoke, which, by some writers,...from the surface of lake Asphaltites, nor from any neighboring mountain. Every thing about it was, in the highest degree, grand and awful. Its desolate,...
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Travels in Various Countries of Europe, Asia and Africa: Greece, Egypt, and ...

Edward Daniel Clarke - 1814
...appear less remote than they really are.* The atmosphere was remarkably clear and serene; but we saw none of those clouds of smoke, which, by some writers,...exhale from the surface of lake Asphaltites, nor from auy neighbouring .mountain. Every thing about it was, in the highest degree, grand and awful. Its desolate,...
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The Hundred Wonders of the World: And of the Three Kingdoms of Nature ...

Sir Richard Phillips - 1821 - 660 sider
...appear less remote than they really are. The atmosphere was remarkably clear and serene; but we saw none of those clouds of smoke, which, by some writers,...concerning it by the inhabitants of the country, who all ,spt'ak of it with terror, seeming to shrink from the narrative of its deceitful allurements •and...
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Travels in Various Countries of Europe, Asia and Africa: Greece, Egypt, and ...

Edward Daniel Clarke - 1823
...appear less remote than they really are*. The atmosphere was remarkably clear and serene ; but we saw none of those clouds of smoke which, by some writers,...from the surface of Lake Asphaltites, nor from any aeighbouring mountain. Every thing about it was, in the highest degree, grand and awful. Its desolate,...
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The Diary of Henry Teonge, Chaplain on Board His Majesty's Ships Assistance ...

Henry Teonge - 1825 - 327 sider
...who visited this extraordinary lake in his travels through the Holy Land in the year 1801, says, " Every thing about it was in the highest degree grand and awful. Its desolate though majestic features are well suited to the tales related of it." 58 It has been doubted by sohie...
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An Introduction to the Critical Study and Knowledge of the Holy ..., Bind 3

Thomas Hartwell Horne - 1825
...nearly nineteen. A profound silence, awful as death, hangs over the lake : and " its desolate though majestic features are well suited to the tales related concerning it by die inhabitants of the country, who аЦ speak of it with terror."4 3. The Great Seer, mentioned in...
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Sephora: A Hebrew Tale, Descriptive of the Country of Palestine, and ..., Bind 2

1826
...appear less remote than they really are. The atmosphere was remarkably clear and serene; but we saw none of those clouds of smoke which by some writers...Asphaltites, nor from any neighbouring mountain. Every VOL. II. Q thing about it was in the highest degree grand and awful. Its desolate, although majestic...
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A Biblical and Theological Dictionary: Explanatory of the History ..., Bind 1

Richard Watson - 1832 - 1003 sider
...appear less remote than they really are. The atmosphère was remarkably clear and serene ; but we saw none of those clouds of smoke, which, by some writers, are said to exhale from the surface of the lake, nor from any neighbouring mountain. Every thing about it wag in the highest degree grand...
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A Collection, in Prose and Verse, for the Use of Schools

Andrew Thomson - 1835 - 280 sider
...appear less remote than they really are. The atmosphere was remarkably clear and serene ; but we saw none of those clouds of smoke, which, by some .writers, are said to exhale from the surface of Lake Ast phaltites, nor from any neighbouring mountain. Every thing about it was, in the highest degree,...
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The History of the Bible, Bind 1

George Robert Gleig - 1835
...appear less remote than they really are. The atmosphere was remarkably clear and serene ; but we saw none of those clouds of smoke which, by some writers, are said -to exhale from the surface of the lake Asphaltites, nor from any neighbouring mountain. Every thing about it was, in the highest...
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