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" been described by travellers. " The mind can hardly form an idea more magnificent than such a space, supported on each side by ranges of columns, and roofed by the bottoms "
A topographical dictionary of Scotland - Page 613
by David Webster (topographer.) - 1819
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London Magazine: Or, Gentleman's Monthly Intelligencer..., Volume 43

English essays - 1774
...time, we arrived at the mouth of a cave, the molt magnificent, I fuppofe, that has ever been defcribed by travellers. The mind can hardly form an idea more magnificent than fuch a fpace, fupported on each fide by a range of columns, and roofed by the bottom of thofe which...
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Letters on Iceland: Containing Observations on the Civil, Literary ...

Uno von Troil - Iceland - 1780 - 400 pages
...time we arrived at the mouth of a cave, the moft magnificent, I fuppofe, that has ever been defcribed by travellers. The mind can hardly form an idea more magnificent than fuch a fpate, fupported on each fide b^ ranges of columns; and roofed by the bottoms of thofe, which...
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A Tour Through the Highlands of Scotland, and the Hebride Isles, in 1786

Hebride Isles - 1787 - 378 pages
...time we arrived at the mouth of a cave, the moft magnificent, I fuppofe, that has ever been defcribed by travellers. " The mind can hardly form an idea more magnificent than fuch a fpacc, fupported on each fide by ranges of columns ; and roofed by the bottoms of thofe, which...
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A Tour Through the Highlands of Scotland, and the Hebride Isles in MDCCLXXXVI

John Knox - Fisheries - 1787 - 379 pages
...time we arrived at the mouth of a cave, the moft magnificent, I fuppofe, tiat has ever been defcribed by travellers. " The mind can hardly form an idea more magnificent than fuch a fpace, fupported on each fide by ranges of columns ; and roofed by the bottoms of thofe, which...
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A New Geographical, Historical, and Commercial Grammar; and Present State of ...

William Guthrie, John Knox - Geography - 1801 - 1076 pages
...time, we arrived at the mouth of а еате, the magnificent, I fuppofe, that has ever been defcribed by travellers*. The mind can hardly form an idea more magnificent than fuel» a fpace, fupported oo each fide by ranges of columns, and roofed by the bottom of thofe, which...
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The beauties of Scotland, Volume 5

Robert Forsyth - 1808
...till in a short time we arrived at the mouth of a cave, the most magnificent I suppose that has ever been described by travellers. " The mind can hardly form an idea more magnificent Fingai's than such a space, supported on each side by ranges of co- cave' lumns, and roofed by the...
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The Beauties of Scotland: Containing a Clear and Full Account of the ...

Robert Forsyth - Scotland - 1808
...till in a short time we arrived at the mouth of a cave, the most magnificent 1 suppose that has ever been described by travellers. " The mind can hardly form an idea more magnificent Fěnga; 1 » than such a space, supported on each side by ranges of co- cave * tumns, and roofed by...
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The British tourists: or, Traveller's pocket companion, through ..., Volume 1

William Fordyce Mavor - Great Britain - 1809
...cave, the most magnificent, I suppose, that ever was described by travellers. " The mind can scarcely form an idea more magnificent than such a space, supported...side by ranges of columns, and roofed by the bottoms of those which have been broken off, in order to form it; between the angles of which a yellow stalagmitic...
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General view of the agriculture of the Hebrides, or western isles of ...

James MacDonald - Technology & Engineering - 1811 - 824 pages
...till in a short time we arrived at the mouth of a cave, the most magnificent I suppose that has ever been described by travellers. " The mind can hardly...each side by ranges of columns, and roofed by the bottom of those which have been broken off in order to form it; between the angles, of which, a yellow...
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The Gallery of Nature and Art; Or, a Tour Through Creation and Science

Edward Polehampton - 1815
...till in a short time we arrived at the mouth of a cave, the most magnificcnf, I suppose, that has ever been described by travellers. The mind can hardly...each side by ranges of columns ; and roofed by the hottoms of those, which have been broke off in order to form it; between the angles of which a yellow...
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