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Title: The Victoria Falls, Zambesi River: sketched on the spot
Author: Thomas Baines
Imprint: London, 1865


The Falls by sunrise, with the "spray cloud" rising 1,000 feet
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The leaping water or westernmost cataract
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The Falls from the western end of the chasm
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Great Western (or main) fall, from Three Rill Cliff to Garden Island
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Herd of buffaloes driven to the edge of the chasm
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Centre Rock Fall, and the eastern cataracts
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Zanjueelah, the boatman of the rapids
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The Falls from the east end of the chasm to Garden Island
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The Falls from the narrow neck near the eastern headland of the outlet
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The profile cliff, narrow gorge and torrent of the Zambesi
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