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She-bear in a dress Featured Related Images Print

She-bear in a dress

A strange sight in the High Street - a she-bear, wearing a dress, going about her shopping. From a??R. Caldecotta??s Second Collection of Pictures and Songsa?? containing a??The Milkmaida??, a??Hey Diddle Diddlea??, Baby Buntinga??, The Fox Jumps Over the Parsona??s Gatea??, a??A Frog He Would a-Wooing Goa??, a??Come Lasses and Ladsa??, a??Ride a Cock Horsea??a??, a??A Farmer Went Trottinga??a??, a??Mrs Mary Blaizea?? and a??The Great Panjandrum Himselfa??. Drawn by Randolph Caldecott; engraved and printed by E. Evans. Published by George Routledge & Sons, London & New York, c1885

Under Trinity Rock, Saguenay, 1874. Creator: James David Smillie Featured Related Images Print

Under Trinity Rock, Saguenay, 1874. Creator: James David Smillie

Under Trinity Rock, Saguenay, 1874. Steamship on the Saguenay River, Quebec, Canada. ...we near Trinity Rock and Cape Eternity, and one of the crew brings a bucket of pebbles on to the forward deck. As these two capes are accounted among the grandest sights of the voyage, there is a flutter of anticipation among the passengers...A slight curve brings us into Trinity Bay...flanked at the entrance by two precipices, each rising, almost perpendicularly, eighteen hundred feet above the river. The steepest is Trinity, so called because of the three distinct peaks on its northern summit...Trinity presents a face of fractured granite, which appears almost white...And now, as the boat seems to be within a few yards of them, the passengers are invited to see if they can strike them with the pebbles...but the stones fall short of their mark, in the water'. From "Picturesque America; or, The Land We Live In, A Delineation by Pen and Pencil of the Mountains, Rivers, Lakes...with Illustrations on Steel and Wood by Eminent American Artists" Vol. II, edited by William Cullen Bryant. [D. Appleton and Company, New York, 1874]

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