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" Dutch cottage, with its glistening brick walls, white painted wood-work and rails, and its massive roof of thatch, with the stork clappering to her young on her old-established nest on the top of the gable, is admirably in place and keeping, just where... "
The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal - Sivu 361
1843
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Notes of a Traveller on the Social and Political State of France, Prussia ...

Samuel Laing - 1842 - 496 sivua
...produce one impression, one homogeneous effect. The Dutch" cottage, with its glistening brick walls, white painted wood work and rails, and its massive...— at the turn of the canal, shut in by a screen of willow trees, or tall reeds, from seeing, or being seen, beyond the sunny bight of the still calm water,...

The Monthly Review

1842
...produce one impression, one homogeneous effect. The Dutch cottage, with its glistening brick walls, white painted wood work and rails, and its massive...— at the turn of the canal, shut in by a screen of willow trees, or tall reeds, from seeing, or being seen, beyond the sunny bight of the still calm water,...

Tait's Edinburgh Magazine, Nide 9

William Tait, Christian Isobel Johnstone - 1842
...impression, one homogeneous effect. The Dutch cottage, with its glistening brick walls, whitepainted wood work and rails, and its massive roof of thatch,...is— at the turn of the canal, shut in by a screen of willow trees, or tall reeds, from seeing, or being seen, beyond the sunny bight of the still calm water,...

Notes of a traveller, on the social and political state of France, Prussia ...

Samuel Laing - 1842
...produce one impression, one homogeneous effect. The Dutch cottage, with its glistening brick walls, white painted wood work and rails, and its massive...gable, is admirably in place and keeping, just where it is—at the turn of the canal, shut in by a screen of willow trees, or tall reeds, from seeing, or...

The Penny Magazine of the Society for the Diffusion of ..., Nide 2;Nide 11

1842
...stork clapperiug to her young on her old established nest on the top of the gable, is admirably iii place and keeping, just where it is, at the turn of...reeds, from seeing, or being seen, beyond the sunny bight of the still calm water, in which its every tint and part is brightly repeated. Then the peculiar...

The Church-warder and domestic magazine, Niteet 1–2

1847
...impression—one homogeneous effect. The Dutch cottage, with its glistening brick walls, white painted woodwork and rails, and its massive roof of thatch, with the...clappering to her young on her old-established nest, on the lop of the gable, is admirably in place and keeping, just whore it is, at the turn of the canal, shut...

Journal of a Residence in Norway During the Years 1834, 1835, & 1836: Made ...

Samuel Laing - 1851 - 306 sivua
...one homogeneous effect. The Dutch cottage, with its glistening brick walls, white painted wood-work and rails, and its massive roof of thatch, with the...reeds, from seeing, or being seen, beyond the sunny bight of the still calm water, in which its every tint and part is brightly repeated. Then the peculiar...

Notes of a traveller, on the social and political state of France, Prussia ...

Samuel Laing - 1854 - 284 sivua
...one homogeneous effect. The Dutch cottage. with its glistening brick walls, white painted wood-work and rails, and its massive roof of thatch, with the...reeds, from seeing, or being seen, beyond the sunny bight of the still calm water, in which its every tint and part ia brightly repeated. Then the peculiar...

American Travellers' Guide

William Pembroke Fetridge - 1870
...wood-work and rails, and its massive roof of thatch, with the stork clappering to her young on the old-established nest on the top of the gable, is admirably...reeds from seeing or being seen, beyond the sunny bright of the still calm water, in which its every tint and part is brightly repeated. Then the peculiar...

The American Travellers' Guides: Hand-books for Travellers in ..., Nide 17,Osa 1

William Pembroke Fetridge - 1878
...thatch, with the stork clappering to her young on the old-«stablished nest on the top of the gable, » admirably in place and keeping, just where it is,...tall reeds from seeing or being seen beyond the sunny bright of the still calm water, in which its every tint and part is brightly repeated. Then the peculiar...




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