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And the name of the third river is Hiddekel: that is it which goeth toward the east of Assyria.
O, on the top, of Paradise Hill, I believe, surveying Paradise, a little indistinct and quavering in the sheen of a summer noon, but clear enough to reveal its Pison, its Gilton, its Hiddekel, and Euphrates, compassing the whole land of Havilah; or perhaps I was on Sparrowhawk, beholding Paradise from another point, dotted with homes and church-spires, rich and fertile, fair still, with compassing river and tranquil lake; or, more probable than either, I was driving along the highland that skirts the golden meadows through which the river purls, ruddy in the setting sun, and rejoicing in the beauty amid which he lives and moves and has his being.
The third and fourth are the Euphrates and Hiddekel which flow into the Persian gulf.

Examples of Hiddekel

Example #1
And the fourth river is Euphrates.
Example #2
And the name of the second river is Gihon: the same is it that compasseth the whole land of Ethiopia.
Example #3
Lovely Bethel, fairest ornament of the sturdy mountain-land, tender and smiling as if no storm had ever swept, no sin ever marred,-in Arcadia that no one would ever leave but for the magic of the drive back to Gorham through piny woods, under frowning mountains, circled with all the glories of sky and river,-a drive so enticing, that, when you reach Gorham, straight back again you will go to Bethel, and so forever oscillate, unless some stronger magnet interpose.
Example #4
Besides, there are always sure to be plenty of people in every drawing-room who will be sumptuously attired, and you can feast your eyes luxuriously on them, and gratefully feel that the work is so well done as to need no co-operation of yours, and that you can be comfortable with an easy conscience.
Example #5
And in the sixth day Jehovah said let us make man in our own image after our likeness in our similitude.
Example #6
The first and second are those which encompass the land of Havilah and Ethiopia, and flow into the Caspian Sea.