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"The boulders from Mont Blanc, upon the plain below Ivrea, assure us that the glacier which transported them existed for a prodigious length of time.
In 1820 the ascent of Mont Blanc was attempted by a Russian and two Englishmen, with seven guides.
Forbes, the English geologist, had made frequent visits to the Mont Blanc region, and had given much attention to the disputed question of the movement of glaciers.
I find an interesting account of the matter in the HISTOIRE DU MONT BLANC, by Stephen d'Arve.
During this short voyage I saw the lightning playing on the summit of Mont Blanc in the most beautiful figures.
I thought of pursuing the devil; but it would have been in vain, for another flash discovered him to me hanging among the rocks of the nearly perpendicular ascent of Mont Saleve, a hill that bounds Plainpalais on the south.
Who could arrest a creature capable of scaling the overhanging sides of Mont Saleve?
Adrienne had taken her way along the quays, delighted with her acquisition, and was far from the Mont de Piete before this indispensable duty occurred to her mind.
Gomez Mont was appointed to the post following the death of Calderon's close confidant Juan Camilo Mourino in 2008 (see SourceMex, 2008-11-12), and it appears that he will retain the job in the long term.
Mont Blanc du Tacul is on a route to the summit of 15,780ft Mont Blanc, western Europe's biggest mountain.
The family, from the Netherlands, were climbing 12,500ft Mont Dolent, which is part of the Mont Blanc massif.