A layer of black mould ranging from a few inches to upwards of a foot in depth.
It is a layer of black mould from three to ten inches thick.
The soil and the whole character of the country was changed; on the Lower Missouri it was a black mould, and very fertile.
The Indians cover these light and well connected materials with a black mould, which becomes extremely fertile.
A black mould covered the walls to a height of six or seven feet.
The soil on the west and south sides of the bay is black mould with a mixture of fine white sand and is very rich.
The soil consists of black mould, as rich as that of Egypt, and renewed yearly by the overflowing of the Pedios and its affluents.
The new altar was covered 156 with a black mould of human blood—but no questions were asked.
Lastly, in and upon the black mould are many fallen blocks from the roof of the cave.
Tyrrell cried when his companion had finished, thrusting his staff deep into the black mould.