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" In Covent Garden a filthy and noisy market was held close to the dwellings of the great. Fruit women screamed, carters fought, cabbage stalks and rotten apples accumulated in heaps at the thresholds of the Countess of Berkshire and of the Bishop of Durham... "
The History of England from the Accession of James II. - Sivu 332
tekijä(t) Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay - 1849 - 526 sivua
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The History of England from the Accession of James the Second, Nide 1

Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay - 1849
...should be disgusted by their squalid appearance, and poisoned by their noisome atmosphere. In Covent Garden a filthy and noisy market was held close to...Countess of Berkshire and of the Bishop of Durham.* The centre of Lincoln's Inn Fields was an open space where the rabble congregated every evening, within...

The History of England: From the Accession of James the Second, Nide 1

Thomas Babington Macaulay - 1849
...should be disgusted by their squalid appearance, and poisoned by their noisome atmosphere. In Covent Garden a filthy and noisy market was held close to...Countess of Berkshire and of the Bishop of Durham.*** * Old General Oglethorpc, who died in 1785, used to boast that be had shot birds here in Anne's reign....

Eliza Cook's Journal, Nide 1

1849
...the thresholds of the Countess of Berkshire and of the Bishop of Durham. The centre of Lincoln's Ion Fields was an open space, where the rabble congregated...few yards of Cardigan House and Winchester House, to hear mountehanks harangue, to see hears dance, and to set dogs at oxen. Rubhish was shot in every part...

Sharpe's London Magazine, Nide 9

1849
...dwellings of the great. Fruit women sereamed, earters fought, eabbage stalks and rotten apples aeeumulated in heaps at the thresholds of the Countess of Berkshire and of the Bishop of Durham. The eentre of Lineoln's-inn-fields was an open spaee, where the rabble eongregated every evening, within...

Sharpe's London Magazine of Entertainment and Instruction, for ..., Nide 9

1849
...dwellings of the great. Fruit women sereamed, earters fought, eabbage stalks and rotten apples aeeumulated in heaps at the thresholds of the Countess of Berkshire and of the Bishop of Durham The eentre of Lmeoln's-inn-fields was an open spaee, where the rabble eongregated every evening, within...

THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND FROM THE ACCESSION OF JAMES II.

Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay - 1850 - 617 sivua
...should be disgusted by their squalid appearance, and poisoned by their noisome atmosphere. In Covent Garden a filthy and noisy market was held close to...Countess of Berkshire and of the Bishop of Durham.! * Old General Oglethorpe, who died in 1785, used to boast that he had shot birds here in Anne's reign....

the edinburgh review, of critical journal

charles black - 1850
...speckled * disgusted by their squalid appearance, and poisoned by their ' noisome atmosphere. In Covent Garden a filthy and noisy ' market was held close...the great. Fruit' women screamed, carters fought, cabbage-stalks and rotten ' apples accumulated in heaps at the thresholds of the Countess ' of Berkshire...

London in modern times; or, Sketches of the great metropolis during the last ...

1851
...should be disgusted with their squalid appearance, and poisoned by their noisome atmosphere. In Convent Garden a filthy and noisy market was held, close to...countess of Berkshire and of the bishop of Durham." Shops in those days did not present the bravery of plate glass and bold inscriptions, with all sorts...

Annals of influenza or epidemic catarrhal fever in Great Britain from 1510 ...

1852 - 406 sivua
...should be disgusted with their squalid appearance, and poisoned by their noisome atmosphere. In Covent Garden, a filthy and noisy market, was held close...Countess of Berkshire and of the Bishop of Durham. St. James's Square was a receptacle for all the offal and cinders, for all the dead cats and dead dogs...

The History of England from the Accession of James the Second, Nide 1

Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay - 1858 - 455 sivua
...should be disgusted by their squalid appearance, and poisoned by their noisome atmosphere. In Covent Garden a filthy and noisy market was held close to...space where the rabble congregated every evening, * The pest field will be seen and engraved for Smith's History in maps of London as late as of Westminster....




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