We were in the middle of this valley, when a company met us on horseback, from the South River.
The suggestion was followed, and before night they again encamped on the shore of South River.
In the next voyage a large river was discovered to the south, which they named the South River.
And thus we came to South River, with the snow so thick that we could scarce see ten yards in front of us.
To the north they could see South River, the first stream they discovered when they came to the island.
Over beyond they could see the river,—South River,—and that was alive with various small craft.
They had built a fort, as early as 1623, on the east bank of the South River, as the Delaware was then called.
The lake above Ticonderoga becomes so narrow that, in those times, it was frequently called South River.
The South River is more salubrious than Maryland, as it lies higher.
"I had thought you would come to-day, when I heard you had been to South River," she said.