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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the work of disor. ganisation proceed. At half-past seven o'clock, a wide space of the frontal bastion, near to Goat Island, within the horse- shoe, fell down; and then followed effects with greatly accelerated rapidity. What was actually taking place Subscribers-only content

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    ; hundreds were cross- ling and recrossing to Goat Island, from the head of which he couad be observedv. These islands lie side by aside near the head of Goat Island, and the unfortunate man is on the farthest one, Subscribers-only content

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    that he could cross the Niagara river, walking upon stilts, amid the foaming and unsounded rapids that whirl between Goat Island and the Falls. 'I 'll bet you a thousand dollars to fifty it can't be done,' exclaimed the Southerner. Subscribers-only content

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    his name in the travellers' book as Albert Edward, Prince of Wales. The Prince crossed over the ferry to Goat Island this morning, and was enthusiastically received by a motley group of ragged children, negro waiters, and picnicers, to escape Subscribers-only content

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    had been, and never will be painted. I moved towards the rapids, over which there is a bridge to Goat Island, that I would liked to have crossed, to look on the water which was rushing with indescrib- able swiftness Subscribers-only content

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