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  • (literally Hell Gut) and solemnly gave it over to the devil. This appellation has since been aptly rendered into English by the name of Hell Gate; and into
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  • and Hell Gate By John Newton (1822–1895) 950772Popular Science Monthly Volume 28 February 1886 — The Improvement of East River and Hell Gate By
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  • Mopsus, till a day of reckoning comes. Guy Kendall April, 1915. THE HELL-GATE OF SOISSONS MY name is Darino, the poet. You have heard? Oui, Comédie
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  • Bandit Chieftain Story of the Young Robber Part Fourth Introduction Hell Gate Kidd, the Pirate Devil and Tom Walker Wolfert Webber (a.k.a. Golden Dreams)
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  • engineer, best known, perhaps, from his services in clearing the channel of Hell Gate from its dangerous rocks, died at his home in this city, May 1st, after
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  • Miscellany 420 Notes 429 February 1886 The Improvement of East River and Hell Gate 433 The Interpreters of Genesis and the Interpreters of Nature 449 Recent
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  • Adventurers (Sidgwick & Jackson). Mr. Herbert Kaufman:—"The Hell-Gate of Soissons," from The Hell-Gate of Soissons and Other Poems (T. Fisher Unwin, Limited
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  • 1915 as "The Hell-Gate of Soissons And Other Poems") Neighbors (c. 1914) The Hell-Gate of Soissons, and other poems (1915). "The Hell-Gate of Soissons"
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  • Hell Gate
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  • Atlantic sea-coast, and particularly in the clearing of the channel of Hell-Gate, he has shown himself a man who held the resources of science in his hand
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  • services for the Government in the submarine work at Rock Island, Illinois, and in the blasting operations at Hell Gate in New York Harbor. S. H. HORGAN
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  • Heliotrope (flower) Heliotrope (mineral) Heliotropism Helium Hellespont Hell Gate Hellmuth, Right Rev. Isaac Helmholtz, Herman Ludwig Ferdinand von Helotism
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  • in the S. W. corner of the basin, and has a N. course, receiving the Hell Gate river, which rises in the S. E. extremity of the basin. The latter is
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  • died, and his widow moved into the territory of the Dutch settling near Hell Gate, West Chester, co. New York. There in August or September 1643 she was
    381 bytes (595 words) - 16:17, 21 December 2010
  • Chief of the Corps of Engineers "The Improvement of East River and Hell Gate," in Popular Science Monthly Volume 28, February 1886 "Obituary: John
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  • the worlds, it nipped him to the bone, And he yearned to the flare of Hell-gate there as the light of his own hearth-stone. The Devil he sat behind the
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  • greatest work of engineering was the removal of the obstruction called Hell Gate (q. v.) in East River, New York.  See Blasting and New York City.  After
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  • of Quibbletown on 26 June 1777. Montresor Island, in the vicinity of Hell Gate at New York, was named after him. He constructed the lines of defence
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  • These words in sombre colour I beheld    Written upon the summit of a gate;    Whence I: "Their sense is, Master, hard to me!" And he to me, as one
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  • New York, the case was thus: A schooner (the Mary Eveline) sailing down Hell Gate (towards New York), came into collision with a sloop (the Ethan Allen)
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