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" Ash-course lay yet in view ; and, side by side with Eskdale, we now saw the sister Vale of Donnerdale terminated by the Duddon Sands. But the majesty of the mountains below, and close to us, is not to be conceived. We now beheld the whole mass of Great... "
A description of the scenery of the lakes in the north of England - Página 132
por William Wordsworth - 1822
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volumen32

1832
...the air. The vales which we had seen from Ash-course lay yet in view; and, side by side with Eskdale, we now saw the sister Vale of Donnerdale terminated...below, and close to us, is not to be conceived. We now beheld_the whole mass of Great Gavel from its base,— the Den of Wastdale at our feet — a gulf immeasurable...
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A Complete Guide to the Lakes: Comprising Minute Directions for the Tourist ...

John Hudson (of Kendal.), William Wordsworth - 1842 - 271 páginas
...air. The vales which we had seen from Ash Course lay yet in view ; and, side by side with Eskdale, we now saw the sister Vale of Donnerdale terminated...immeasurable : Grasmire and the other mountains of Crammock — Ennerdale and its mountains ; and the Sea beyond ! We sat down to our repast, and gladly...
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A Complete Guide to the Lakes,: Comprising Minute Directions for the Tourist ...

1843 - 259 páginas
...the air. The vales which we had seen from Esk Hause lay yet in view ; and, side by side with Eskdale, we now saw the sister Vale of Donnerdale terminated...be conceived. We now beheld the whole mass of Great Gable from its base, — the Den of Wastdale at our feet — a gulph immeasurable: Grasmire and the...
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A complete guide to the Lakes, comprising minute directions for the tourist ...

William Wordsworth, Adam Sedgwick - 1853
...the air. The vales which we had seen from Esk Hause lay yet in view ; and, side by side with Eskdale, we now saw the sister vale of Donnerdale terminated...be conceived. We now beheld the whole mass of Great Gable from its base, — the Den of Wastdale at our feet — a gulph immeasurable : Grasmoor and the...
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A Complete Guide to the Lakes, Comprising Minute Directions for the Tourist ...

John Hudson (of Kendal) - 1853 - 270 páginas
...the air. The vales which we had seen from Esk Hause lay yet in view ; and, side by side with Eskdale, we now saw the sister vale of Donnerdale terminated...But the majesty of the mountains below, and close to ua, is not to be conceived. We now beheld the whole mass of Great Gable from its base, — the Den...
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The Works of Professor Wilson of the University of Edinburgh: Essays ...

John Wilson - 1856
...the air. The vales which we had seen from Ash-Course lay yet in view ; and side by side with Eskdale, we now saw the sister Vale of Donnerdale terminated...its base, — the Den of Wastdale at our feet— a gulf immeasurable : Grasmire and the other mountains of Crummock — Ennerdale and its mountains ;...
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The works of professor Wilson, ed. by prof. Ferrier

John Wilson - 1856
...the air. The vales which we had seen from Ash-Course lay yet in view ; and side by side with Eskdale, we now saw the sister Vale of Donnerdale terminated...its base, — the Den of Wastdale at our feet— a gulf immeasurable : Grasmire and the other mountains of Crummock — Ennerdale and its mountains ;...
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Essays critical and imaginative

John Wilson - 1856
...Ash-Course lay yet in view ; and side by side with Eskdale, we now saw the sister Vale of Donuerdale terminated by the Duddon Sands. But the majesty of...its base, — the Den of Wastdale at our feet— a gulf immeasurable: Grasmire and the other mountains of Crummock — Ennerdale and its mountains ; and...
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The Land We Live in: Scotland, Ireland and the Devonshire coast

1856
...the air. The vales which we had seen from Esk Hause lay yet in view ; and, side by side with Eakdale, we now saw the sister Vale of Donnerdale terminated...be conceived. We now beheld the whole mass of Great Gable from its base — the Den of Wastdale at our feet — a gulf immeasurable; Grassmoor, and the...
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Guide to Keswick and its environs

Harriet Martineau - 1857
...the air. The vales which we had seen from Esk Hause lay yet in view, and, side by side with Eskdale, we now saw the sister Vale of Donnerdale terminated...conceived. "We now beheld the whole mass of Great Gable from its base — the Den of Wastdale at our feet — a gulf immeasurable ; Grasmire, and the...
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