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" The water and the sky were both as blue, or rather more intensely blue, than I have ever seen them in the tropics, and all the coast was one mass of dazzlingly beautiful peaks of snow, which, when the sun approached the horizon, reflected the most brilliant... "
Voyages round the world, from the death of captain Cook to the present time - Side 439
av World - 1852
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Notes on the Botany of the Antarctic Voyage Conducted by Captain James Clark ...

Sir William Jackson Hooker - 1843 - 83 sider
...snow, which, when the sun approaches the horizon, reflected the most brilliant tints of golden, yellow and scarlet; and then to see the dark cloud of smoke, tinged with flame, rising from the volcano in a perfect unbroken column; one side jet-black, the other giving back the colours of the sun, sometimes...
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The London Journal of Botany: Containing Figures and Descriptions ..., Volum 2

Sir William Jackson Hooker - 1843
...snow, which, when the sun approaches the horizon, reflected the most brilliant tints of golden, yellow and scarlet ; and then to see the dark cloud of smoke, tinged with flame, rising from the volcano in a perfect unbroken column ; one side jet-black, the other giving back the colours of the sun, sometimes...
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The Living Age ..., Volum 14

1847
...snow, which, when the sun approached the horizon, reflected the most brilliant lints of golden yellow and sc'arlet ; and then to see the dark cloud of smoke,...column, one side jet-black, the other giving back the colors of the sun, sometimes turning off at a right angle_ by some current of wind, and stretching...
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The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volum 12

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1847
...horizon, reflected the most brilliant tints of golden yellow and scarlet ; and then to see the daik cloud of smoke, tinged with flame, rising from the...column, one side jet-black, the other giving back the colors of the fun, sometimes turning off at rig^ht angles mine. If there be land to the southward,...
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The North British Review, Volumer 8-9

1848
...than I have ever seen them in the tropics, and all the coast one mass of dazzlingly beautiful peaks of snow, which, when the sun approached the horizon,...sun, sometimes turning off at a right angle by some curftnt of wind, and stretching many miles to leeward, — this was a sight so surpassing everything...
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The Christian lady's magazine, ed. by Charlotte Elizabeth, Volum 28

Charlotte Elizabeth Tonna - 1848
...; which, when the sun approached the horizon, reflected the most brilliant tints of golden, yellow, and scarlet ; and then to see the dark cloud of smoke,...the volcano in a perfectly unbroken column, one side jet black, the other giving back the colours of the sun, sometimes turning off in a right angle by...
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The Christian Lady's Magazine, Volum 28

1848
...; which, when the sun approached the horizon, reflected the most brilliant tints of golden, yellow, and scarlet ; and then to see the dark cloud of smoke,...the volcano in a perfectly unbroken column, one side jet black, the other giving back the colours of the sun, sometimes turning off in a right angle by...
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A Description of Active and Extinct Volcanos, of Earthquakes, and of Thermal ...

Charles Daubeny, Charles Giles Bridle Daubeny - 1848 - 743 sider
...snow, which, when the sun approached the horizon, reflected the most brilliant tints of golden yellow and scarlet; and then to see the dark cloud of smoke, tinged with flame, rising from the volcano in a perfect unbroken column, one side jet-black, the other giving back the colours of the sun, sometimes...
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The Living Age ..., Volum 20

1849
...snow, which, when the sun approached the horizon, reflected the most brilliant tints of golden yellow and scarlet ; and then to see the dark cloud of smoke, tinged with flame, rising from the volcano in a perfect unbroken column, one side jet black, the other giving back the colors of the sun, sometimes...
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The treasures of Wisdom

Rev. T.R. Birks - 1855
...reflected the most brilliant tints of golden, yellow, and scarlet; and then to see the dark clouds of smoke, tinged with flame, rising from the volcano in a perfectly unbroken column, one side jet black, the other giving back the colours of the sun, sometimes turning off in a right angle by...
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