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ICELAND: THE JOURNAL OF A RESIDENCE IN THAT ISLAND DURING THE YEARS 1814 AND 1815 by HENDERSON EBEZENER

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ICELAND: THE JOURNAL OF A RESIDENCE IN THAT ISLAND DURING THE YEARS 1814 AND 1815 by HENDERSON EBEZENER

From these dates it will appear, that sometimes a considerable period intervenes between the eruptions, and that nearly fifty years have now elapsed since the last time the volcano was in action. It is to be observed, however, that these eruptions have differed greatly, both in point of magnitude and duration. Some of them have only lasted a few days, others for months, and some have continued more than a year.

The surrounding country was formerly inhabited almost close to the mountain, and is said to have been uncommonly beautiful and fertile; but the successive inundations of lava have entombed the farms; and the verdant meadows have been almost entirely covered with sand and pumice. The circumjacent farms suffered considerably in the eruption of 1766; but the principal damage was done to the districts in the north of Iceland, by the ashes that were carried by the wind to that quarter.

The population of the Deanery consists of 3,999 souls; few of the families are in possession of the Scriptures; and not more than the half are able to purchase copies of the present edition, notwithstanding the low price at which they are sold. Sira S. had already matured a plan for their distribution, and he assured me they would be received with the utmost gratitude and joy.

 

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ICELAND: THE JOURNAL OF A RESIDENCE IN THAT ISLAND DURING THE YEARS 1814 AND 1815 by HENDERSON EBEZENER

Author:HENDERSON, EBEZENER [HENDERSON, EBEZENER] , Date: June 6, 2019

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Author:HENDERSON, EBEZENER [HENDERSON, EBEZENER]

Language: eng

Format: azw

Published: 2016-04-29T16:00:00+00:00
From these dates it will appear, that sometimes a considerable period intervenes between the eruptions, and that nearly fifty years have now elapsed since the last time the volcano was in action. It is to be observed, however, that these eruptions have differed greatly, both in point of magnitude and duration. Some of them have only lasted a few days, others for months, and some have continued more than a year.

The surrounding country was formerly inhabited almost close to the mountain, and is said to have been uncommonly beautiful and fertile; but the successive inundations of lava have entombed the farms; and the verdant meadows have been almost entirely covered with sand and pumice. The circumjacent farms suffered considerably in the eruption of 1766; but the principal damage was done to the districts in the north of Iceland, by the ashes that were carried by the wind to that quarter.

The population of the Deanery consists of 3,999 souls; few of the families are in possession of the Scriptures; and not more than the half are able to purchase copies of the present edition, notwithstanding the low price at which they are sold. Sira S. had already matured a plan for their distribution, and he assured me they would be received with the utmost gratitude and joy.

From Breidabolstad, the road runs in a northerly direction, and leads, all at once, into one of the most gloomy and inhospitable regions I have yet traversed. It forms part of a long range of irregular and shapeless mountains, which partly owes its origin to the awful effects of subterraneous fire, and has partly been overturned during subsequent convulsions. Beds of lava lie scattered here in every direction; and I found it no easy matter to elude the cracks and fissures which every now and then opened into the road.

Just before leaving this singularly wild desert, I was surprised by a fine flock of rein-deer, marching slowly down the side of the mountain close beside me. They were more than fifty in number, and were under the guidance of a noble stag, who led the van, and every now and then turned round to look at me, and inspect the state of his troops. What is said of the wild ass, may equally apply to the stag: “Whose house I have made the wilderness, and the barren land his dwellings. The range of the mountains is his pasture, and he searcheth after every green thing.” Job xxxviii. 6, 8. It was in these mountains, that three rein-deer were introduced from Lapland, in the year 1770, and they have now multiplied to that degree, that they form numerous herds, and subsist on the moss which grows plentifully in this quarter. It is but seldom that any of them are killed, the inhabitants suffering them to remain in quiet possession of these desolate regions. They appeared much tamer than I should have supposed, and allowed me to ride within half a gun shot of them, before they mended their pace.

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