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" to be the great reservoir from whence arise most of the rivers that water this part of Abyssinia. A multitude of streams issue from the very summit in all directions; the springs boil out from the earth in large quantities, capable of turning a mill.... "
Travels to Discover the Source of the Nile: In the Years 1768, 1769, 1770 ... - Page 365
by James Bruce - 1804
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The Arminian Magazine: Consisting of Extracts and Original ..., Volume 19

John Wesley - 1796
...harvefts. We faw, in one place, people bufy cutting down wheat ; immediately next to it, others *t the plough ; and the adjoining field had green corn...little further, it was not an inch above the ground. On the io(h, we continued alongthe plain on the top of Lamairnon ; and encamped at fome villages called...
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Historical Account of the Most Celebrated Voyages, Travels, and Discoveries ...

William Fordyce Mavor - 1797
...own indolence, and not the foil, if he has not three harvefts. They faw, in one place, people bufy cutting down wheat ; immediately next to it, others...adjoining field 'had green corn in the ear ; a little farther, it was not an inch above the ground. The mountain is every where fo fteep and high, that it...
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An Interesting Narrative of the Travels of James Bruce, Esq., Into Abyssinia ...

James Bruce - 1798 - 388 pages
...own indolence, and not the foil, if he has not three harvefls. They faw, in cue place, jieople bufy cutting down wheat; immediately next to it, others at the plough ; and the adjoining field had gi-eencorn in the ear : a little further, it was not an inch above the ground. The mountain is every...
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An Interesting Narrative of the Travels of James Bruce, Esq. Into Abyssinia ...

James Bruce, Samuel Shaw - 1814 - 373 pages
...own indolence, and not the foil, if he has not three harvefts. They faw, in one place, pecple bufy cutting down wheat ; immediately next to it, others...the ear ; a little further, it was not an inch above ihe ground. The mountain is every where fo fteep and high, that it is not enough to fay againft the...
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An Historical Account of the Most Celebrated Voyages, Travels ..., Volume 11

William Fordyce Mavor - 1802
...; the springs boil out from the earth in large quantities, capable of turning a mill. They plough, sow, and reap here at all seasons ; and the husbandman...indolence, and not the soil, if he has not three harvests. They saw, in one place, people busy cutting down wheat ; immediately next to it, others at the plough...
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The World Displayed, Or, A Collection of Voyages and Travels, Volume 6

1815
...the rivers that water this part of Abyssinia. A. multitude of streams issue from the very MU limit, in all directions; the springs boil out from the earth...has not three harvests. We saw, in one place, people busily employed cutting down wheat ; immediately next to it, others at the plow; and the adjoining...
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The Lives of Celebrated Travellers, Volume 2

James Augustus St. John - 1831
...; the springs boil out from the earth in large quantities, capable of turning a mill. They plough, sow, and reap here at all seasons ; and the husbandman...people busy cutting down wheat; immediately next to it, u 2 others at the plough, and the adjoining field had green corn in the ear. A little further, it was...
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The Lives of Celebrated Travelers, Volume 2

James Augustus St. John - 1832
...directions; the springs boil out from the earth in large quantities, capable of turning a mill. They plough, sow, and reap here at all seasons ; and the husbandman...adjoining field had green corn in the ear.. A little farther it was not an inch above the ground." On the 15th of February he arrived at Gondar, when, to...
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The Family Library (Harper)., Volume 39

1842
...directions; the springs boil out from the earth in large quantities, capable of turning a mill. They plough, sow, and reap here at all seasons ; and the husbandman...adjoining field had green corn in the ear. A little farther it was not an inch above the ground." On the 15th of February he arrived at Gondar, when, to...
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Bruce's travels into Abyssinia to discover the source of the Nile

James Bruce - 1846
...of turning a mill. They plough, sow, and iv ip, here at all seasons ; and the hushandman must hlame his own indolence, and not the soil, if he has not three harvests. Our travellers saw, in one place, people husy cutting down wheat ; immediately next to it, others at...
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