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" Dartmoor,' to climb to the summit of this cliff; for "he who has sufficient nerve to gaze from the Dewerstone into the frightful depth beneath, will be amply remunerated for the trouble which may be experienced in ascending. The rocks immediately beneath... "
Dartmoor, a descriptive poem, with notes by W. Burt - Page 191
by Nicholas Toms Carrington - 1826
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The collected poems of ... N.T. Carrington, ed. by H.E. Carrington

Nicholas Toms Carrington - 1834
...72. The crest of Dewerstone. The most remarkable cliff in the valley of the Cad is the Dewerstone. This huge mass of rock rises perpendicularly from...flowers are sprinkled about in the crevices of the clift)—tufts of broom wave like golden banners in the passing breeze, and these, with here and there...
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A Perambulation of the Antient and Royal Forest of Dartmoor and the Venville ...

Samuel Rowe - Dartmoor (England) - 1848 - 298 pages
...around its rugged crest, and filling the air with their hoarse screamings. The rocks immediately beneath seem as if they had been struck at once by a thousand...these, with here and there a mountain ash clinging half-way down the precipice, impart a wild animation to the spot." We wind down the glen to Shaugh...
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A hand-book for travellers in Devon & Cornwall [by T.C. Paris].

Thomas Clifton Paris, John Murray (publishers.) - 1851
..." Dartmoor,'' to climb to the summit of this cliff; for " he who has sufficient nerve to gaze from the Dewerstone into the frightful depth beneath, will...these, with here and there a mountain ash clinging half-way down the precipice, impart a wild animation to the spot." Superstition has connected a fantastic...
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A Hand-book for Travellers in Devon & Cornwall...

John Murray (Firm) - Cornwall (England : County) - 1851 - 243 pages
...of " Dartmoor," to climb to the summit of this cliff; for " he who has sufficient nerve to gaze from the Dewerstone into the frightful depth beneath, will...at once by a thousand thunderbolts, and appear only pre- , rented from bursting asunder by \ chains of ivy. A few wild flowers are sprinkled about in the...
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A Handbook for Travellers in Devonshire

John Murray (Firm) - Devon (England) - 1887 - 301 pages
...of ' Dartmoor,' to climb to the summit of this cliff; for "he who has sufficient nerve to gaze from the Dewerstone into the frightful depth beneath, will...these, with here and there a mountain ash clinging half-way down the precipice, impart a wild animation to the spot." The hill, as has been said, may...
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A Handbook for Travellers in Devonshire

John Murray (Firm) - Devon (England) - 1887 - 301 pages
...to climb to the summit of this cliff; for "he who has sufficient nerve to gaze from, the Pewerstone into the frightful depth beneath, •will be amply...these, with here and there a mountain ash clinging half-way down the precipice, impart a wild animation to the spot." The hill, as has been said, may...
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A Handbook for Travellers in Devon

John Murray - Devon (England) - 1895 - 348 pages
...boulders stand elbowing each other, ascending. The rocks immediately Shaw ( = sceacga, A.-S. for rough cop beneath the view seem as if they had been struck at...prevented from bursting asunder by chains of ivy. A few wildflowers pice) was given by Roger de Novant to Plympton Priory, hence the name. The Church (restd....
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