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An Account of the Kingdom of Caubul, and Its Dependencies in Persia, Tartary ... - Page 201
by Mountstuart Elphinstone - 1819
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 57

Edmund Burke - History - 1816
...the rain still descends in torrents, and scarcely allows a view of the blackened fields: the rivers are swoln and discoloured, and sweep down along with...of nature changed as if by enchantment. Before the 489 the storm the fields were parched up, and except in the beds of the rivers, scarce a blade of vegetation...
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The Pocket Magazine of Classics and Polite Literature, Volume 3

1819
...the rain still descends in torrents, and scarcely allows a view of the blackened fields : the rivers are swoln and discoloured, and sweep down along with...during the dry season, in their beds. This lasts for sume days, after which the sky clears, and discovers the face of nature changed as if by enchantment....
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Geography, Illustrated on a Popular Plan: For the Use of Schools and Young ...

Sir Richard Phillips - Geography - 1820 - 740 pages
...blackened fields : the rivers are swoln and discoloured, and sweep down along with them the edges, the huts, and the remains of the cultivation which...lasts for some days, after which the sky clears, and discover* the face of nature changed as if by enchantment. Before the storm, the fields were parched...
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The East Indian Gazetteer: Containing Particular Descriptions of ..., Volume 1

Walter Hamilton (M.R.A.S.) - India - 1828
...is heard pouring, and the torrents rushing down the rising streams. This scene continues for a few days, •after which the sky clears and discovers the face of nature changed as if by enchantment. In place of parched fields, brooks dried up, vegetation withered, a fiery and scorching wind, a torrid...
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Historical and descriptive account of British India, by H. Murray [and others].

Hugh Murray - 1832
...still descends in torrents, and scarcely allows a view of the blackened fields ; the rivers are swollen and discoloured, and sweep down along with them the...during the dry season in their beds. This lasts for several days ; after which the sky clears, and discovers the face of nature changed as if by enchantment....
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Historical and descriptive account of British India, from the most remote ...

Hugh Murray, James Wilson, Robert Kaye Greville, Robert Jameson, Sir Whitelaw Ainslie, William Rhind, William Wallace, Clarence Dalrymple - India - 1832
...still descends in torrents, and scarcely allows a view of the blackened fields ; the rivers are swollen and discoloured, and sweep down along with them the...was carried on during the dry season in their beds. * To persons, Mr. Elphinstone says, who have long resided in Indi>, these storms lose much of their...
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Historical and Descriptive Account of British India, from the Most ..., Volume 3

Hugh Murray - India - 1833
...still descends in torrents, and scarcely allows a view of the blackened fields ; the rivers are swollen and discoloured, and sweep down along with them the...was carried on during the dry season in their beds. * To persons, Mr. Elphinstone says, who have long resided in India, these storms lose much of their...
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Sacred philosophy of the seasons, Volume 1

Henry Duncan - 1836
...and the most vivid flashes of lightning, attended with violent blasts of wind, proceeds to say,—"- This lasts for some days, after which the sky clears, and discovers the face of nature changed as by enchantment. Before the storm, the fields were parched up; and, except in the beds of the rivers,...
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The Youth's Book of Nature, Or The Four Seasons Illustrated: Being Familiar ...

Bourne Hall Draper - 1844
...blackened fields ; the rivers are swollen and discoloured, and sweep down along with them the hedge, the huts, and the remains of the cultivation which was carried on during the last dry seasons in their beds." I should rather live, then, in England than in Ceylon. The rainy period...
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The New Parley library

1844
...the hedges, the huts, and the remains of the cultivation, ww1 was carried on during the dry-season, in their beds. " This lasts for some days, after which the sky clears, nw ** covers the face of nature, changed, as if by enchantment. BeW the storm the fields were parched...
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