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" In this direction captain Lewis had gone about two miles when his ears were saluted with the agreeable sound of a fall of water, and as he advanced a spray which seemed driven by the high southwest wind arose above the plain like a column of smoke and... "
The Literary Panorama and National Register - Pagina 207
1816
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Fly

1839
...a fall of water, and as he advanced, a spray, which seemed driven by the high south-west wind, rose above the plain like a column of smoke, and vanished...increasing as he approached, soon became too tremendous to bo mistaken for any thing but the great falls of the Missouri. Having travelled seven miles after hearing...
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History of the Expedition Under the Command of Captains Lewis and ..., Volume 1

Meriwether Lewis, William Clark - 1842
...were saluted with the agreeable sound of a fall of water; and, as he advanced, a spray, which seemed driven by the high southwest wind, arose above the plain like a column of smoke, and vanished in an inslant. Towards this point he directed his steps, and the noise, increasing as he approached, soon...
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History of the Expedition Under the Command of Captains Lewis and ..., Volume 1

Meriwether Lewis - 1843
...were saluted with the agreeable sound of a fall of water ; and, as he advanced, a spray, which seemed driven by the high southwest wind, arose above the...approached, soon became too tremendous to be mistaken for anything but the Great Falls of the Missouri. Having travelled seven miles after first hearing the...
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The universal class-book: a ser. of reading lessons

Samuel Maunder - 1844
...fall of water; and, as he advanced, a spray, which seemed driven by the high south-west wind, rose above the plain like a column of smoke, and vanished...the great falls of the Missouri. Having travelled seven miles after first hearing the sound, he reached the falls about twelve o'clock. The hills, as...
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Visitor: Or Monthly Instructor

1845
...were saluted with the agreeable sound of a fall of water, and, as he advanced, a spray which seemed driven by the high southwest wind arose above the...approached, soon became too tremendous to be mistaken for anything but the great falls of the Missouri. Having travelled seven miles, after first hearing the...
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History of the Expedition Under the Command of Captains Lewis and ..., Volume 1

Meriwether Lewis - 1847
...were saluted with the agreeable sound of a fall of water; and, as he advanced, a spray, which seemed driven by the high southwest wind, arose above the...approached, soon became too tremendous to be mistaken for anything but the Great Falls of the Missouri. Having travelled seven miles after first hearing the...
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Outlines of Physical Geography

George William Fitch - 1856 - 225 pagina’s
...sound like that of a fall of water, he proceeded in the direction of it. " As he advanced, a spray arose above the plain like a column of smoke, and vanished in an instant. Toward this point he directed his steps ; and having traveled seven miles after first hearing the sound,...
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Oregon and Eldorado: Or, Romance of the Rivers [Columbia and Amazon]

Thomas Bulfinch - 1866 - 464 pagina’s
...agreeable sound of falling water; and, as they advanced, a spray which seemed driven by the wind rose above the plain like a column of smoke, and vanished in an instant. Towards this point, Capt. Lewis directed his steps; and the noise, increasing as he approached, soon became too powerful...
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Oregon and Eldorado: Or, Romance of the Rivers [Columbia and Amazon]

Thomas Bulfinch - 1866 - 464 pagina’s
...above the plain like a column of smoke, and vanished in an instant. Towards this point, Capt. Lewis directed his steps ; and the noise, increasing as he approached, soon became too powerful to be ascribed to any thing but the Great Palls of the Missouri. Having travelled seven miles...
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Report on the Exploration of the Yellowstone River

United States. Army. Corps of Engineers, William Franklin Raynolds - 1868 - 174 pagina’s
...ears were saluted with the agreeable sound of a fall of water, and as he advanced a spray which seemed driven by the high southwest wind arose above the...approached, soon became too tremendous to be mistaken for anything but the great falls of the Missouri. Having travelled seven miles after first hearing the...
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