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New Haven Gazette (Newspaper) - April 26, 1787, New Haven, Connecticut N H e ' T l ' C T' H G A i SHALL RUN TO AND AMD KNOWLEDGE SHALL BE XIL v. 4. (VoLo ILj - 26, 10. following pieces are taken from Notes on a work never yet pih IVe that and foms extracts which we hope to the fame will h very accept able to mr the thb Blue ari rivers penetrate through all the ridges of cr is broken HO It is ia fad the of the the Atlantic on the Sr. ence on the The mac blue ridge is perhaps one of the Kioll in You iland on a very high point of On your right cemes up the having along foot of the an hundred miles to a On your left approaches the in of a In the moment of their they together the rend ic and pafs off to the glance of this hurries our the opinion that this earth that the were d that the rivers to place they have been dammed up by the Blus of and have formed aa the whole valley to they have at broken ever at this aud have torn the from its to Us The pilei on each bat ihe of their and from picure of a very different It a true contrail to the fore it is .as placid and delightful as that is and For the mountain being cloven ihe to your the of blue at an infinite in the plain inviting as it from the tumult and riot to pafs the and of the calm Here the eye Ultimately ane way loo the road to You crofs the Pa pais along its fide the bale the for three its precipices hanging in fragments over aod within about 20 miles reach Frederic and the fine country round This fene is worth a voyage the Yet as in the neighbourhood of the Natural are vvho their lives within half a dozen and have never been to furvey of a war between rivers and which mait have the earth to its HE only remarkable in this is that of the Falling Spring in It is a water of James where it is called in the warm twenty of the warm and that About three quarters ofa mile from its it falls over a rock 200 feet into the valley The water is broken ia its by the in two or three but not at all in its Between the at yon may This no widi that of as to the quantity of water the being only 12 or 15 feet wide and it is half as the kiter c 156 cotne by order M. Governor of and 130 according to a more recent the Panther in the ridge which the waters of the and the Calf is what is called the It is in the fide is of about 100 feet and emits a current of air of fuch as to keep the weeds to the of twenty yards before it. This current is in and in long of rain Regular and expirations of air by caverns and have been probably enough accounted by them intermitting fountains as they muft inhale air while their are and emit it while are But a of ly varying in its forcs as the is dryer or will require a I Natural HE Natural the moil of Nature's though net under the muft not It is on the of a which to have bean cloven its length by fome great The at the 270 ieet by others only 205. It is about 45 feet wide at and 90 feet at the top j this of determines the length of the and its height from the Its breadth in the is about 60 but more at the and the of ae the of the A part this io by a toat of which growth to large The with the hill on is one reek of arch approaches the 5 but the larger axis of the
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