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" Sekunderpoor, beginning about a coss before he reached the village, an old fort of that name, appeared to a little more advantage; but even here the crops seem very scanty, and the ground more than half fallow. "
The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke - Сторінка 37
автори: Edmund Burke - 1857
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The Works of ... Edmund Burke, Том 15

Edmund Burke - 1827
...that for about " six or seven coss that he had further to pass " through the pergunnah of Kereebs, the whole " appeared one continued waste as far as...and the ground more than « half fallow." Extract Extract of the proceedings of the Resident at Benares, under date the 26th February, at the pergunnah...
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The Chinese Repository, Том 6

1838
...the southeast of Kiusiu, and occurred in broad streaks of a dark green and reddish color, extending as far as the eye could reach on both sides of the ship. On uking up a bucket full, the water was of a rose color, and surcharged with little granules...
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The Works of Edmund Burke, Том 8

Edmund Burke - 1839
...observe, that for about six or seven coss that he had further to pass through the pergunnah of Kereebs, the whole appeared one continued waste as far as the eye could reach, on both sides of the road. The perguimah Sekunderpoor, beginning about a coss before he reached the village, au old fort of that name,...
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Belgian Episodes, Historical, Legendary, and Contemporary

Henri Guillaume Philippe Moke, Alice Wilmere - 1861 - 454 стор.
...the Count had assembled under the walls of his capital. The tents which covered the plain extended, as far as the eye could reach, on both sides of the high road, from the village of Melle to the gates of Ghent, situated more than a league apart. Large...
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The Works of the Right Honorable Edmund Burke, Том 11

Edmund Burke - 1877
...observe, that, for about six or seven coss that he had further to pass through the purgunnah of Kereebs, the whole appeared one continued waste, as far as...the eye could reach, on both sides of the road. The purgunnah Sekunderpoor, beginning about a coss before he reached the village, an old fort of that name,...
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The West-American Scientist, Томи 1 – 4

1884
...the 23d, we had spent in sailing up this stream. Acre after acre of this low, flat land spread out, as far as the eye could reach, on both sides of the "Bayou," destitute of a single human inhabitant or human domicile. In such a lonely place we camped...
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The Works of the Right Honorable Edmund Burke ...: Speeches and correspondence

Edmund Burke - 1889
...further to pass through the pergunnah of Kereebs, the whole appeared one continued waste as far as tne eye could reach on both sides of the road. The pergunnah...more than half fallow." Extract of the proceedings of tlie resident at Benares, under date the 26th February, at the pergunnah of Sekunderpoor. " THE resident...
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The Saskatchewan and Columbia rivers

Alexander Henry - 1897
...not gone far before we saw a few bulls, and soon after the plains were covered with numerous herds, as far as the eye could reach, on both sides of the river. The plains are elevated but 492 RED BERRY HILLS— ASH ISLAND. level between the river and Red...
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The Writings and Speeches of Edmund Burke, Том 11

Edmund Burke - 1901
...observe, that, for about six or seven coss that he had further to pass through the purgunnah of Kereebs, the whole appeared one continued waste, as far as...the eye could reach, on both sides of the road. The purgunnah Sekunderpoor, beginning about a coss before he reached the village, an old fort of that name,...
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Writings and Speeches, Том 11

Edmund Burke - 1901
...observe, that, for about six or seven coss that he had further to pass through the purgunnah of Kereebs, the whole appeared one continued waste, as far as...the eye could reach, on both sides of the road. The purgunnah Sekunderpoor, beginning about a coss before he reached the village, an old fort of that name,...
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