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" many elevated points of view from which this extraordinary hollow gave me, at first sight, an idea of its having been originally formed by the falling * Hugelelsewhere states the elevation at 1*,092. "
Central Asia: Travels in Cashmere, Little Thibet and Central Asia - Page 42
1893 - 294 pages
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Travels in Kashmir, Ladak, Iskardo, the Countries Adjoining the ..., Volume 1

Godfrey Thomas Vigne - Jammu and Kashmir (India) - 1842
...the place itself, to be there as unbroken and undivided as in every other part of the horizon. And there are many elevated points of view, from which...by the falling in of an exhausted volcanic region. I speak of the idea created by a first sight of its general appearance merely, as such a theory is...
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A Gazetteer of the Countries Adjacent to India on the Northwest ..., Volume 1

Edward Thornton - Afghanistan - 1844
...on viewing from a commanding eminence the valley in its whole extent. " There are," he observes, " many elevated points of view from which this extraordinary...of its having been originally formed by the falling * 11 u'gel elsewhere states the elevation at 14,092. (ii. 155.) t In Pamir, for instance, in lat. 3/,...
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The British World in the East: A Guide Historical, Moral, and ..., Volume 1

Leitch Ritchie - Australia - 1846
...higher edge is interrupted and continued by a lower range. Some writers suppose the valley to have been originally formed by the falling in of an exhausted volcanic region ; while others recognise in its conformation the truth of a popular tradition, that it was once the...
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The British World in the East: A Guide... to India, Volume 2

Leitch Ritchie - Australasia - 1847
...higher edge is interrupted and continued by a lower range. Some writers suppose the valley to have been originally formed by the falling in of an exhausted volcanic region ; while others recognise in its conformation the truth of a popular tradition, that it was once the...
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The Happy Valley: Sketches of Kashmir & the Kashmiris

William Wakefield - Jammu and Kashmir (India) - 1879 - 300 pages
...place itself, to be unbroken and undivided, enclosing a large hollow, which at first sight gave him an idea of its having been originally formed by the falling in of an exhausted volcanic region. This theory he states, however, is not confirmed by an examination in detail, which tends to produce...
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Gazetteer of the Countries Adjacent to India on the North West

Edward Thornton - Afghanistan - 1994 - 824 pages
...on viewing from a commanding eminence the valley in its whole extent. " There are," he observes, " many elevated points of view from which this extraordinary hollow gave me, at first sight, aii idea of its having ^en originally formed by the falling * Hiigel elsewhere states the elevation...
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The Happy Valley : sketches of Kashmir and the Kashmiris

W. Wakefield - Jammu and Kashmir (India) - 1995 - 300 pages
...place itself, to be unbroken and undivided, enclosing a large hollow, which at first sight gave him an idea of its having been originally formed by the falling in of an exhausted volcanic region. This theory he states, however, is not confirmed by an examination in detail, which tends to produce...
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Asiatic Journal

Asia - 1842
...the place itself, to be there as unbroken and undivided as in every other part of the horizon. And there are many elevated points of view, from which...by the falling in of an exhausted volcanic region. I speak of the idea created by a first sight of its general appearance merely, as such a theory is...
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