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" This lake, lij reason of its great depth, never freezes, and during cold weather a violent steam rises from it as from a furnace. Ice brought from other parts, and put into Loch-Ness, instantly thaws; but no water freezes sooner than that of the lake... "
Topography of Great Britain: Or, British Traveller's Directory: Cornwall - Page 6
by George Alexander Cooke - 1817
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A tour in Scotland, MDCCLXIX [by T. Pennant. With] Suppl

Thomas Pennant - 1772 - 390 pages
...reafon of its great depth, never Never freezes freezes, and during cold weather a violent fteam rifes from it as from a furnace. Ice brought from other parts, and pi ' : into Lougb-Nefs, inftantly thaws ; but no water freezes fooner than that of the lake when brought...
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A Tour in Scotland 1769, Volume 1

Thomas Pennant - 1776 - 502 pages
...This lake, by reafon of its great depth, never freezes, and during cold weather a violent fteam rifes from it as from a furnace. Ice brought from other parts, and put into Locb-Nefs, inftantly thaws ; but no water freezes fooner than that of the lake when brought into a...
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A Tour in Scotland and Voyage to the Hebrides, 1772

Thomas Pennant - 1776 - 500 pages
...This lake, by renfon of its great depth, never freezes, and during cold weather a violent fleam rifes from it as from a furnace. Ice brought from other parts, and put into Locb-Nefs, inftantly thaws; but no water freezes fooner than that of the lake when brought into a houfe....
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A tour in Scotland, MDCCLXIX [by T. Pennant. With] Suppl. [Another]

Thomas Pennant - 1790 - 500 pages
...reafon of its great depth, never freezes, and during NEVER FRIEZES, cold weather a violent fleam rifes from it as from a furnace. Ice brought from other parts, and put into Locb-Nefs, inftantly thaws ; but no water freezes fooner than that of the lake when brought into a...
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The British Tourists, Or, Traveller's Pocket Companion: Through ..., Volume 1

William Fordyce Mavor - 1798 - 328 pages
...fuperftructure with flender materials, the &ill of the architsil is the more to he admired. H 2 fteam rifes from it, as from a furnace. Ice brought from other parts, and put into it, initantly thaws; yet its own waters, being removed, as fpeedily freeze. Either the air, or the...
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The British Tourist's, Or, Traveller's Pocket Companion, Through ..., Volume 1

William Fordyce Mavor - 1809 - 414 pages
...mentioned. On account of its great depth, this lake never freezes, and during cold weather, a violent steam rises from it, as from a furnace. Ice brought from other parts, and put into it, instantly thaws ; yet its own waters, being removed, as speedily freeze. Either the air, or the...
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A General Collection of the Best and Most Interesting Voyages and ..., Volume 3

John Pinkerton - 1809 - 1102 pages
...lake, by reafon of its great depth, never freezes, and, during cold weather, a violent fteam rifes from it as from a furnace. Ice brought from other parts, and put into Loch-Nefs, inftantly thaws ; but no water freezes fooner than that of the lakĀ« when brought into a...
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Rural Sports, Volume 2

William Barker Daniel - 1812 - 654 pages
...fathoms. By reason of its depth the water of this Lake never freezes, and during cold weather a violent steam rises from it as from a furnace. Ice brought from other parts, and put into it, instantly thaws ; but no water freezes sooner than that of Loch Ness when brought into a house...
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Gallery of Nature and Art, Or a Tour Through Creation and Science ..., Volume 3

Edward T W. Polehampton - 1815 - 470 pages
...of Fyers. This lake, lij reason of its great depth, never freezes, and during cold weather a violent steam rises from it as from a furnace. Ice brought...house. Its water is esteemed very salubrious ; so that people come or send thirty miles for it : old Lord Lovat in particular made constant use of it. But...
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The Gallery of Nature and Art; Or, a Tour Through Creation and Science, Volume 3

Edward Polehampton - 1815 - 472 pages
...Fyers. This lake, by reason of its great depth, never freezes, and dur. ing cold weather a violent steam rises from it as from a furnace. Ice brought...lake when brought into a house. Its water is esteemed veryisalubrious; so that people come or send thirty miles for it : old Lord Lovat in particular made...
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