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" You see," said Mr. Pecksniff, passing the candle rapidly from roll to roll of paper, "some traces of our doings here. Salisbury Cathedral from the north. From the south. From the east. From the west. From the south-east. From the nor'-west. A bridge.... "
Blanche of Brandywine: Or, September the Eleventh, 1777. A Romance ... - Sivu 66
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Jugel's universal magazine, ed. by F.A. Catty

1843
...the candle rapidly from roll to roll of paper, "some traces of our doings here. Salisbury Cathedral from the north. From the south. From the east. From the west. From the south-east. From the nor'-west. A bridge. An alms-house. A jail. A church. A powder-magazine....

Works, Nide 6

Charles Dickens - 1844
...the candle rapidly from roll to roll of paper , "some traces of our doings here. Salisbury Cathedral from the north. From the south. From the east. From the west. From the south-east. From the nor'-west. A bridge. An alms-house. A jail. A church. A powder-magazine....

The Life and Adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit: His Relatives, Friends and ...

Charles Dickens - 1844 - 905 sivua
...the candle rapidly from roll to roll of paper, "some traces of our doings here. Salisbury Cathedral from the north. From the south. From the east. From the west. From the south-east. From the nor'-west. A bridge. An alms-house. A jail. A church. A powder-magazine....

The Novels and Tales of Charles Dickens, (Boz.).

Charles Dickens - 1846
...the candle rapidly from roll to roll of paper, " some traces of our doings here. Salisbury Cathedral from the north. From the south. From the east From the west. From the south-east From the nor'.west. A bridge. An alms-house. A jnil. A church. A powder-magazine....

MARGARET PERCIVAL IN AMERICA : A TALE

MARGARET PERCIVAL - 1850
...continents, — as being, also, the point of union of all the nations. There is the point they look to ' from the North, from the South, from the East, from the West.' The old Crusaders understood this, but tried, in their way, to bring about the New Jerusalem, by seizing...

Hidden treasures; or, The heir of Hohenberg, ed. [or rather written] by F ...

Frederick Hardman - 1853
...meaning he had long since divined What could it mean, excepting that thirty feet or paces being measured from the north, from the south, from the east, from the west, the spot would be found where the treasure lay hid, whilst the 4 in the centre, it "was easy to conjecture,...

The Haileybury observer, Nide 8

East India college - 1856
...treasure vast, And comes back his friends to arm ; He leads them to ravage, to plunder, and waste, . From the North, from the South, from the East, from the West, And the Gepidse rise in alarm. And, heading his army, brave Cuuimund falls On the lands of his ancient...

The National Review, Nide 7

Richard Holt Hutton, Walter Bagehot - 1858
...does remind us constantly of Mr. Pecksniff's oracular forms of thought ; — " Salisbury Cathedral from the north, from the south, from the east, from the west, from the south-east, from the north-west." If any one thinks that we do Mr. Tupper injustice by separating...

The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Nide 45

1858
...Tupper does remind us constantly of Mr. Pecksniff's oracular forms of thought : " Salisbury Cathedral from the north, from the south, from the east, from the west, from the south-east, from the north-west." If any one thinks that we do Mr. Tupper injustice by separating...

National Review, Nide 7

1858
...does remind us constantly of Mr. Pecksniff's oracular forms of thought ; — " Salisbury Cathedral from the north, from the south, from the east, from the west, from the south-east, from the north-weat." If any one thinks that we do Mr. Tupper injustice by separating...




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