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" Not a single red tile, no flaming gentleman's house, or garden walls break in upon the repose of this little unsuspected paradise, but all is peace, rusticity, and happy poverty in its neatest, most becoming attire. "
Spirit of the English Magazines - Página 285
1831
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The modern British traveller: or, Tourist's pocket directory ..., Volumen2

George Alexander Cooke - 1802
...halfway up the mountain's side, and discover above them a broken line of crags that crown the scene. Not a single red tile, no gentleman's flaring house,...garden walls, break in upon the repose of this little unsuspected Paradise ; but all is peace, rusticity, and happy poverty, in its neatest, most becoming...
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The Gallery of Nature and Art; Or, a Tour Through Creation and Science, Volumen3

Edward Polehampton - 1815
...above them a broken line of crags that crown the scene. Not a single red tile, no flaring gentleman's house, or garden- walls, break in upon the repose of this little unsuspected paradise; but all is peace, rusticity, and happy poverty in its neatest most becoming attire....
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Gallery of Nature and Art, Or a Tour Through Creation and Science ..., Volumen3

E. Polehamton - 1815
...above them a broken line of crags that crown the scene. Not a single red tile, uo flaring gentleman's house, or garden walls, break in upon the repose of this little unsuspected paradise ; but all is peace, rusticity, and happy poverty in its neatest most becoming...
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The letters; with important additions and corrections from his own ...

Thomas Gray, John Mitford - 1816
...above them a broken line of crags, that crown the scene. Not a single red tile, no flaring gentleman's house or garden walls, break in upon the repose of this little unsuspected paradise ; but all is peace, rusticity, and happy poverty in its neatest and most becoming...
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Blackwood's Magazine, Volumen27

1830
...injuring them. I dwell fifty miles from the great Babel, and once I could have said of our neighbouring village, as Gray of the vale of Grasmere, " Not a...fast giving place to red miniatures of London boxes. But man does not only disfigure, he actually lays waste, the creations of the Almighty Architect, with...
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The Tourist's New Guide: Containing a Description of the Lakes ..., Volumen1

William Green (of Ambleside.) - 1819
...half way up the mountains side and discover above them a broken line of crag,? that crown the scene. Not a single red tile, no gentleman's flaring house...garden walls break in upon the repose of this little unsuspected paradise : but 3F2 all is peace, rusticity, and happy poverty in its neatest most becoming...
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The British Prose Writers: Gray's letters

1821
...above them a broken line of crags that crown the scene. Not a single red tile, no flaring gentleman's house, or garden walls, break in upon the repose of this little unsuspected paradise ; but all is peace, rusticity, and happy poverty, in its neatest most becoming...
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Letters of Thomas Gray: Two Volumes in One

Thomas Gray - 1820 - 244 páginas
...above them a broken line of crags that crown the scene. Not a single red tile, no flaring gentleman's house, or garden walls, break in upon the repose of this little unsuspected paradise; but all is peace, rusticity, and happy poverty, in its neatest most becoming...
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A Guide to the Lakes, in Cumberland, Westmorland, and Lancashire

Thomas West - 1821 - 312 páginas
...half way up the mountains' sides, and discover above them a broken line of crags that crown the scene. Not a single red tile, no gentleman's flaring house,...garden walls, break in upon the repose of this little unsuspected paradise ; but all its peace, rusticity, and happy poverty, in its neatest, most becoming...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volumen27

1830
...injuring them. I dwell fifty miles from the great Babel, and once I could have said of our neighbouring village, as Gray of the vale of Grasmere, " Not a...fast giving place to red miniatures of London boxes. But man does not only disfigure, he actually lays waste, the creations of the Almighty Architect, with...
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