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" So leaving the castle, as it is both defensive against my opposition, and magnific for lodging and receite, 1 descended lower to the city, wherein I observed the fairest and goodliest street that ever mine eyes beheld, for I did never see or hear of a... "
Tom Nash His Ghost: to the Three Scurvy Fellowes of the Upstart Family of ... - Page 29
by Thomas Nashe (pseud) - 1871 - 15 pages
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Edinburgh: A Historical and Topographical Account of the City

Mary Gordon Williamson - Edinburgh (Scotland) - 1906 - 326 pages
...the ' water-poet,' who visited Edinburgh in 1618. ' The fairest and goodliest street mine eyes ever beheld, for I did never see or hear of a street of that length (which is half a mile from the Castle to a fair port they call the Nether bow), and from that port the Kenny Gate...
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The Living Age, Volume 171

1886
...and poodliest street — one-half an English mile irom the Castle to a faire port which they called the Netherbow, and from that port the street which...buildings on each side of the way being all of squared Btone, five, six, and seven stories hij;h, and many bylanes and closes on each side of the way, wherein...
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