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" Jose, the guide, clearing a path before us with a machete. Soon we came to the bank of a river, and saw directly opposite a stone wall, perhaps a hundred feet high, with furze growing out of the top, running north and south along the river, in some places... "
Incidents of Travel in Central America, Chiapas, and Yucatan - Sidan 95
efter John Lloyd Stephens - 1841 - 474 sidor
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The Quarterly review, Volym 69

1842
...entered the woods, Jose, the guide, clearing a path before us with a machete. Soon we came to the hank of a river, and saw directly opposite a stone wall,...city, on whose history books throw but little light. ... ' Dr. Robertson, in his History of America, lays it down as " a certain principle, that America...
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The Ladies' Repository, Volym 1

1841
...soon we came to the bank of a river, and saw directly opposite a stone wall, perhaps a hundred feei high, with furze growing out of the top, running north...structure than any we had ever seen, ascribed to the aboriginals of America, and formed pan of the wall of Copan, an ancient city, on whose history books...
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The North American Review, Volym 53

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, James Russell Lowell, Henry Cabot Lodge - 1841
...directed. On approaching the river Copan, the first object which they saw was, on the opposite bank, "a stone wall, perhaps a hundred feet high, with furze...river, in some places fallen, but in others entire." " The wall was of cut stone, well laid, and in a good state of preservation. We ascended by large stone...
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The North American Review, Volym 53

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, James Russell Lowell, Henry Cabot Lodge - 1841
...directed. On approaching the river Copan, the first object which they saw was, on the opposite bank, " a stone wall, perhaps a hundred feet high, with furze...river, in some places fallen, but in others entire." " The wall was of cut stone, well laid, and in a good state of preservation. We ascended by large stone...
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The Saint Petersburg English Review of Literature, the Arts and ..., Volym 2

1842
...them: — ' We dismounted, and tying our mules to trees near by, entered the woods, Jose, the guide, clearing a path before us with a machete. Soon we...city, on whose history books throw but little light. . . . 'Dr. Robertson, in his History of America, lays it down as a «certain principle, that America...
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The Saturday magazine

1842
...entered the woods, Jose clearing a path before UB with a matchete ; soon we came to the bank of a rivet, and saw, directly opposite, a stone wall, perhaps...Aborigines of America, and formed part of the wall of the ancient city of Copan. " It was of cut stone, well laid, and in a good state of 652—2 preservation....
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Pictures of travel in far-off lands. Central America

1871
...what direction to look for them. When he and his companions reached the bank of the river Copan, they saw, directly opposite, a stone wall, perhaps a hundred...river, in some places fallen, but in others entire. This was their first sight of the wall of Copan. It was so overgrown with trees and brushwood, that...
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Ancient America : in Notes on American Archaeology

John Denison Baldwin - 1871 - 299 sidor
...them : " We came to the right bank of the river, and saw directly opposite a stone wall from 60 to 90 feet high, with furze growing out of the top, running north and south along the river 624 feet, in some places fallen, 112 in others entire." This great wall supported the rear side of...
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Ancient Man in America: Including Works in Western New York, and Portions of ...

Frederick Larkin - 1880 - 276 sidor
...America. In describing them he says :^,"We saw directly opposite a stone wall from sixty to ninety feet high, with furze growing out of the top, running north and south along the river 624 feet, in some places fallen, in others entire." The colossal wall, like most of the great structures...
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The Quarterly Review, Volym 69

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, Sir William Smith, Sir John Murray IV, Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle) - 1842
...them : — ' We dismounted, and tying our mules to trees near by, entered the woods, Jose, the guide, clearing a path before us with a machete. Soon we...city, on whose history books throw but little light. ... 'Dr. Robertson, in his History of America, lays it down as "a certain principle, that America was...
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