Forth River

  1. a river in southern Scotland that flows eastward to the Firth of Forth
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  • Nor do we view the tiny flame of our own kindling (guarded in lasting purity as its light ever is) with greater awe than the celestial fires though they are often shrouded in darkness; nor do we deem it a greater marvel than the craters of Etna, whose eruptions throw up stones from its depths and great masses of rock, and at times pour forth rivers of that pure and unmixed subterranean fire. On the Sublime
  • It was a land of horror, where there was nothing but the abomination of desolation -- a land overstrewn with blasted fragments of fractured lava-blocks, intermixed with sand, from which there arose black precipices and giant mountains that poured forth rivers of fire and showers of ashes and sheets of flame. A Strange Manuscript Found in a Copper Cylinder
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