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" I saw from it the county of Chester, the high hills of Yorkshire, part of the north of England, Scotland, and Ireland ; a plain view of the Isle of Man ; and that of Anglesey lay extended like a map beneath us, with every rill visible. "
A short account of Caernarvon, and Bedd-kill-hart, or, Beddgelart - Page 32
1806
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The Beauties of England and Wales, Or, Delineations ..., Volume 17

Architecture - 1812
...narrow, as not to afford breadth even for a path. The view from this exalted situation Is unbounded. In a former tour, I saw from it the county of Chester,...Yorkshire, part of the north of England, Scotland, and Ireland : a plain view of the Isle of Man ; and that of Anglesey & lay Jay extended like a map...
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The beauties of England and Wales: or, Delineations ..., Volume 24

John Britton, Edward Wedlake Brayley, James Norris Brewer, Joseph Nightingale, John Evans, Frederic Shoberl, John Hodgson, Francis Charles Laird, John Bigland, Thomas Rees - Architecture - 1812
...afford breadth even for a path. The view from this exalted situation n unbounded. In a former lour, I saw from it the county of Chester, the high hills...Yorkshire, part of the north of England, Scotland, and Ireland ; a plain vi«w of the Isle of Man ; and, that of Anglesey * lay lay extended like a map...
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Leigh's guide to Wales & Monmouthshire

Samuel Leigh (publisher.) - 1835
...support is Y Clawdd Cock, rising into a sharp ridge. The view from this exalted situation is unbounded. I saw from it the county of Chester, the high hills...Yorkshire, part of the North of England, Scotland, and Ireland ; a plain view of the Isle of Man and that of Anglesea lay extended like a map beneath...
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The Penny Cyclopędia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge ...

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1836
...narrow as not to afford breadth even for a path. ' The view from this exalted scene is unbounded. In a former tour I saw from it the county of Chester,...Yorkshire, part of the north of England, Scotland, and Ireland ; a plain view of the Isle of Man ; and that of Anglesey lay extended like a map beneath...
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The Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffussion of Useful ..., Volume 6

1836
...narrow as not to afford breadth even for a path. ' The view from this exalted scene is unbounded. In a former tour I saw from it the county of Chester,...Yorkshire, part of the north of England, Scotland, and Ireland ; a plain view of the Isle of Man ; and that of Anglesey lay extended like a map beneath...
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The Saturday Magazine, Volume 8

1836
...opposite to it is the boundary called the Llechwedd. The view from this exalted situation is unbounded. I saw from it the county of Chester, the high hills...Yorkshire, part of the north of England, Scotland, and Ireland. A plain view of the Isle of Man and that of Anglesea, lay extended like a map beneath...
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The Cambrian traveller's guide, and pocket companion [by G. Nicholson].

George Nicholson - 1840
...support is у Clawdd Coch, rising into a sharp ridge. The view from this exalted situation commands the county of Chester, the high hills of Yorkshire, part of the N. of England, Scotland, aud Ireland ; the isle of Man and that of Anglesea on a clear day, part of...
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The Cambrian Mirror, Or, North Wales Tourist: Comprehending the History and ...

Edward Parry - Wales - 1843 - 191 pages
...The view from this exalted station is unbounded. From tha summit may be seen the county of Cheshire, the high hills of Yorkshire, part of the north of England, Scotland, and Ireland: a plain view of the Isle of Man; and that of Anglesey lay extended like a map beneath...
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The Christian gleaner

1844
...dissipated. " The view from Snowdon," says Pennant, " is unbounded. I saw from it, in one of my tours, the county of Chester, the high hills of Yorkshire, part of the north of England, Scotland, and Ireland ; a plain view of the Isle of Man ; and that of Anglesea lay extended like a map beneath...
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The Cambrian mirror, or North Wales tourist

Edward Parry - 1847
...each other's shoulders. The view from this exalted station is unbounded. From the summit may be seen the county of Chester, the high hills of Yorkshire, part of the north of England, Scotland, and Ireland : a plain view of the Isle of Man, and that of Anglesea, lay extended like a map beneath...
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