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" I commend their judgment in the choice of so convenient a place, where the air is clear, yet not over sharp ; the earth fruitful, yet not very dirty ; water plentiful, yet far from any fennish annoyance, and wood (most wanting now of days) conveniently... "
St. Gilbert of Sempringham: 1089-1189 - Sivu 228
1913 - 277 sivua
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The American Quarterly Register, Nide 12

1840
...dirty ; water plentiful, yet far from any fennish annoyance; and wood, (most wanting now of days,) conveniently sufficient in that age. But the main...from the remotest parts of the land, may be said to be met by the town in the midst of their journey, so impartial is the situation in the navel of the...

The history of the University of Cambridge from the conquest to the year 1634

Thomas Fuller - 1840 - 335 sivua
...very dirty ; water plentiful, yet far from any fennish annoyance, and wood (most wanting now of days) conveniently sufficient in that age. But the main is, Northampton is near the center of England, so that all travellers coming thither from the remotest parts of the land, may be...

The Life of Thomas Fuller: With Notices of His Books, His Kinsmen ..., Nide 1

John Eglington Bailey - 1874 - 800 sivua
...of days [1655], conveniently sufficient in that age. But the main is, Northampton is near the center of England ; so that all travellers coming thither...from the remotest parts of the land, may be said to be met by the town in the middest of their journey, so unpartial is the situation thereof in the navel...

The Life of Thomas Fuller: With Notices of His Books, His Kinsmen ..., Nide 1

John Eglington Bailey - 1874 - 800 sivua
...; water plentiful, yet far from any fennish annoyance ; and wood, most wanting now of days [1655], conveniently sufficient in that age. But the main is, Northampton is near the center of England ; so that all travellers coming thither from the remotest parts of the land, may...

English Ancestral Homes of Noted Americans

Anne Hollingsworth Wharton - 1915 - 313 sivua
...advantages of this midland town is that it is "near the centre of England, so all travellers coming hither from the remotest parts of the land may be said to meet by the town in the midst of their journey, so impartial is the situation of it in the navel of the Kingdom." Sunday gave us all we could desire...

The History of the University of Cambridge from the Conquest to the Year 1634

Thomas Fuller - 1840 - 335 sivua
...very dirty ; water plentiful, yet far from any fennish annoyance, and wood (most wanting now of days) conveniently sufficient in that age. But the main is, Northampton is near the center of England, so that all travellers coming thither from the remotest parts of the land, may be...
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