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" From the sea, Newfoundland has a wild and sterile appearance, which is anything but inviting. Its general character is that of a rugged, and, for the most part, a barren country. Hills and valleys continually succeed each other, the former never rising... "
Senate Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Public Documents and Executive ... - Страница 586
по United States. Congress. Senate - 1852
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Excursions in and about Newfoundland: During the Years 1839 and 1840, Том 2

Joseph Beete Jukes - 1842
...SKETCH OF THE PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY OF NEWFOUNDLAND. THE general character of the island of Newfoundland is that of a rugged, and, for the most part, a barren...mountains, and the latter rarely expanding into plains. The hills are of various characters, forming sometimes long flat-topped ridges, and being occasionally...

Excursions in and about Newfoundland: During the Years 1839 and 1840, Том 2

Joseph Beete Jukes - 1842
...SKETCH OF THE PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY OF NEWFOUNDLAND. THE general character of the island of Newfoundland is that of a rugged, and, for the most part, a barren...mountains, and the latter rarely expanding into plains. The hills are of various characters, forming sometimes long flat-topped ridges, and being occasionally...

COMMUNICATION FROM THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY,

1853
...forming districts, to which the names of " woods," " marshes," and " barrens," are respectively assigned. From the sea, Newfoundland has a wild and sterile...mountains, and the latter rarely expanding into plains. The woods occupy indifferently the sides, and even the summits, of the hills, the valleys, and the...

Communication from the Secretary of the Treasury: Transmitting ... the ...

United States. Department of the Treasury - 1854 - 851 страници
...nineteen miles, measured on a curve through the centre of the island. ' From the sea, Newfoundland bas a wild and sterile appearance, which is anything but...other, the former never rising into mountains, and the bitter rarely expanding into plains. The bills are of various characters, forming sometimes long flattopped...

American Statistical Annual for the Year ...

Richard Swainson Fisher, Charles Galusha Colby - 1854
...ILt perimeter is not less than 1,000 miles. From the sea it has a wild and sterile appearance, and its general character is that of a rugged and for...never rising Into mountains, and the latter rarely expandiug into plains. Of various character, the hills sometimes form long, flat-topped ridges, and...

The popular encyclopedia; or, 'Conversations Lexicon': [ed. by A. Whitelaw ...

1875
...rocks, scattered over the country, increase the general roughness of its appearance and character. Hills and valleys continually succeed each other, the former never rising into mountains (the highest not exceeding 1500 feet), and the latter rarely expanding into plains. The seacliffs are,...

The popular encyclopedia; or, 'Conversations Lexicon': [ed. by A. Whitelaw ...

Popular encyclopedia - 1879
...rocks, scattered over the country, increase the general roughness of its appearance and character. Hills and valleys continually succeed each other, the former never rising into mountains (the highest not exceeding 1500 feet), and the latter rarely expanding into plains. The seacliffs are,...




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