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" ... inequalities of the surface over which it passed. During the flow, night was converted into day on all eastern Hawaii. The light rose and spread like the morning upon the mountains, and its glare was seen on the opposite side of the island. It was... "
Dwight's American Magazine - Page 19
edited by - 1847
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Annual Report, Volumes 32-36

1841
...the opposite side of the island. It was also distinctly visible for more than one hundred miles at sea; and at the distance of forty miles fine print...station. The ground over which it flowed descends at the rate of one hundred feet to the mile. The crust is now cooled, and may be traversed with care, though...
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The Baptist Missionary Magazine, Volume 21

Baptists - 1841
...the opposite side of the island. It was also distinctly visible for more than one hundred miles nt sea; and at the distance of forty miles fine print...light was ' like a blazing firmament, and the scene a said to have been one of unrivalled sublimity. The whole course of the stream from Kilauea to the...
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The Baptist Missionary Magazine, Volumes 21-22

Baptists - 1841
...the opposite side of the island. It was also distinctly visible for more than one hundred miles at sea; and at the distance of forty miles fine print...at midnight. The brilliancy of the light was like a blnzing firmament, and the scene a said to have been one of unrivalled sublimity. The whole course...
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The Monthly Chronicle, Volume 2

Nathan Hale - 1841
...distinctly visible for more than 100 miles at sea; and at the distance of 40 miles, fine print conlJ be read at midnight. The brilliancy of the light was like a blazin; firmament, and the scene is said to have been one of unrivalled satlitnity. The whole course...
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The Missionary's Daughter: A Memoir of Lucy Goodale Thurston, of the ...

Children of missionaries - 1842 - 219 pages
...could be read at midnight. The brilliancy of the light was like a blazing firmament, and the scene was one of unrivalled sublimity. The whole course of the...station. The ground over which it flowed descends at the rate of one hun dred feet to the mile. The crust is now cooled, anel may be traversed, with care, though...
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The Missionary's Daughter: A Memoir of Lucy Goodale Thurston, of the ...

Children of missionaries - 1842 - 219 pages
...the opposite side of the island. It was also distinctly visible for more than one hundred miles at sea ; and at the distance of forty miles, fine print...light was like a blazing firmament, and the scene was one of unrivalled sublimity. The whole course of the stream from Kilauea to the sea, is about forty...
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The Penny Magazine of the Society for the Diffusion of ..., Volume 2; Volume 11

1842
...the opposite side of the island. It was also distinctly visible for more than one hundred miles at sea ; and at the distance of forty miles fine print...at midnight. The brilliancy of the light was like a bla/ing firmament, and the scene is said to have been one of -anrivalled sublimity. The whole course...
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The Biographical Remains of Rev. George Beecher: Late Pastor of a Church in ...

George Beecher - Clergy - 1844 - 345 pages
...seen on the opposite side of the island. It was distinctly visible for more than a hundred miles at sea, and at the distance of forty miles fine print...brilliancy of the light was like a blazing firmament. During the early part of the eruption, repeated shocks of earthquake were felt for several days. The...
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... Annual Report on the Geology of the State of Vermont

1845
...the opposite side of the island. It was also distinctly visible for more than one hundred miles at sea, and at the distance of forty miles fine print...course of the stream from Kilauea to the sea is about 40 miles. Its mouth is about 25 miles from Hilo station. The ground over which it flowed descends at...
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Town's Fourth Reader: Containing a Selection of Lessons, Exclusively from ...

Salem Town - American literature - 1845 - 288 pages
...the opposite side of the island. It was also distinctly visible for more than one hundred miles at sea; and at the distance of forty miles, fine print...firmament, and the scene is said to have been one of unrivaled sublimity. The whole course of the stream from Kilauea to the sea is about forty miles. Its...
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