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" ... the sound of voices which, during the cold weather, could be heard at a much greater distance than usual, served now and then to break the silence which reigned around us : a silence far different from that peaceable composure which characterizes... "
(The Edinburgh cabinet library) [ed. by D. Lardner]. - 第19页
作者:Edinburgh cabinet library - 1830
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The Quarterly Review, 第 25 卷

1821
...certain indication of the presence of man, gave a partial cheerfulness to this part of the prospect ; and the sound of voices, which, during the cold weather,...desolation, and the total absence of animated existence. Such, indeed, was the want of objects to afford relief to the eye or amusement to the mind, that a...
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Spirit of the English Magazines, 第 10 卷

1821
...certain indication of the presence of man, gave a partial cheerfulness to this part of the prospect ; and the sound of voices which, during the cold weather,...desolation, and the total absence of animated existence. Such, indeed, was the want of objects to afford relief to the eye or amusement to the mind, that a...
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Blackwood's Magazine, 第 9 卷

1821
...certain indication of the presence of man, gave a partial cheerfulness to this part of the prospect ; and the sound of voices, which, during the cold weather,...desolation, and the total absence of animated existence. Such, indeed, was the want of objects to afford relief to the eye, or amusement to the mind, that a...
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The Quarterly Review

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, Sir John Murray (IV), Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle) - 1821
...certain indication of the presence of man, gave a partial cheerfulness to this part of the prospect ; and the sound of voices, which, during the cold weather,...desolation, and the total absence of animated existence. Such, indeed, was the want of objects to afford relief to the eye or amusement to the mind, that a...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, 第 9 卷

1821
...certain indication of the presence of man, gave a partial cheerfulness to this part of the prospect ; and the sound of voices, which, during the cold weather,...desolation, and the total absence of animated existence. Such, indeed, was the want of objects to afford relief to the eye, or amusement to the mind, that a...
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Travels in North America, from Modern Writers: With Remarks and Observations ...

William Bingley - 1821 - 346 页
...much greater distance than usual, served, now and then, to break the silence which reigned around,— a silence far different from that peaceable composure...death-like stillness of the most dreary desolation, the total absence of animated existence. The weather became intensely severe; and, during the latter...
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The Edinburgh Philosophical Journal, 第 5 卷

1821
...which reigned around us, — a silence far different from that peaceable composure which characterises the landscape of a cultivated country ; it was the...desolation, and the total absence of animated existence. Such indeed was the want of objects to afford relief to the eye or amusement to the mind, that a stone...
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Time's Telescope for ... ; Or, A Complete Guide to the Almanack

1823
...certain indication of the presence of man, gave a partial cheerfulness to this part of the prospect; and the sound of voices which, during the cold weather,...landscape of a cultivated country ; it was the deathlike stilness of the most dreary desolation, and the total absence of animated existence. Such, indeed,...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, 第 14 卷

Walter Scott - 1823
...and then to break the silence which reigned around us, — a silence far different from that peaceful composure which characterizes the landscape of a cultivated...desolation, and the total absence of animated existence." One of the most remarkable of the observations here made, was the excessive intensity of the cold....
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, 第 14 卷

1823
...and then to break the silence which reigned around us, — a silence far different from that peaceful composure which characterizes the landscape of a cultivated...desolation, and the total absence of animated existence." One of the most remarkable of the observations here made, was the excessive intensity of the cold....
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