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" Linn,' which bear witness to the restless impetuosity of BO many Northern torrents. But, if here Wharf is lost to the eye, it amply repays another sense by its deep and solemn roar, like ' the Voice of the angry Spirit of the Waters,' heard far above... "
History, Directory & Gazeteer, of the County of York: With Select Lists of ... - Page 463
by Edward Baines - 1822
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The natural and artificial wonders of the United Kingdom, by J. Goldsmith

Richard Phillips (sir.) - 1825
...lin," which bear witness to the restless impetuosity of so many northern torrents. But if the Wharfe is here lost to the eye, it repays another sense by...beneath, amidst the silence of the surrounding woods. F 3 The terminating objects of the landscape are the remains of Harden Tower, interesting, from their...
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Mornings in spring: or, Retrospections, biographical, critical ..., Volume 2

Nathan Drake - 1828
...restless impetuosity of so many northern torrents. But, if here the Wharf is lost to the eye, it amply repays another sense by its deep and solemn roar,...like ' the voice of the angry spirit of the waters, 1 heard far above and beneath, amidst the silence of the surrounding woods. " The terminating object...
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The History of Wharfedale

Thomas Shaw - Wharfdale (England) - 1830 - 189 pages
...broad strand of native grit-rstone, full of rock-basons, " or pots of the lin," forms the Strid, where its deep and solemn roar, like the voice of the angry spirit of the water, is heard far above and below, amidst the silence of the surrounding woods. But the beauties...
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A new and comprehensive gazetteer of England and Wales, illustr. by a series ...

James Bell - 1836
...torrents. But if the Wtiarfe is here lost to tho eye, it repays another sense by its deep and solemn ronr, like the voice of * the angry spirit of the waters,'...beneath, amidst the silence of the surrounding woods. Tin.1 terminating objects of the land-cape are the remains of Barden tower, interesting from (heir...
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A Guide to Ripon, Harrogate, Fountains Abbey, Bolton Priory, and Several ...

John Richard Walbran - Yorkshire (England) - 1851 - 128 pages
...the shade of luxuriant trees, whose slanting boughs stoop to kiss its bosom. At length its subdued and solemn roar, " like the voice of the angry spirit of the waters," disturbs the deep solitude of the woods, and announces the tremendous STRID, which suddenly greets...
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The complete poetical works of William Wordsworth, late poet laureate

William Wordsworth - 1851 - 727 pages
...restless impetuosity of so many Northern torrents. But, if here Wharf is lost to the eye, it amply repays another sense by its deep and solemn roar, like ' the Voice of thn angry Spirit of the Waters,' heard far above and beneath, amidst the silence of the surrounding...
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The British Gazetteer, Political, Commercial, Ecclesiastical, and Historical ...

Benjamin Clarke - England - 1852
...lin,' which bear witness to the restless impetuosity of so many nortltern torrents. But if the Wharfe is here lost to the eye, it repays another sense by its deep and solemn roar, like tlte voice of ' the angry spirit of the waters,' heard far above and beneath, amidst the silence of...
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The Complete Poetical Works of William Wordsworth

William Wordsworth - 1854 - 727 pages
...restless impetuosity of BO many Northern torrents. But, if here Wharf is lost to the eye, it amply repays another sense by its deep and solemn roar,...beneath, amidst the silence of the surrounding woods. u The terminating object of the landscape is the remains of Barden Tower, interesting from their form...
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A guide to Ripon Harrogate, Fountains abbey, Brimham rocks, and several ...

John Richard Walbran - 1856
...the shade of luxuriant trees, whose slanting boughs stoop to kiss its bosom. At length its subdued and solemn roar, " like the voice of the angry spirit of the waters," disturbs the deep solitude of the woods, and announces the tremendous STKID, which suddenly greets...
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Black's picturesque guide to Yorkshire

Black Adam and Charles, ltd - 1858
...historian of Craven refers, is the Strid, into which the impetuous waters of the stream are hurled with a " deep and solemn roar, like ' the voice of the angry...beneath, amidst the silence of the surrounding woods." It was here that young Komille met with his melancholy fate. A few lines from Wordsworth's " Force...
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