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" Rure-dean-church unfolds itself next; which is a scene of great grandeur. Here, both sides of the river are steep, and both woody; but in one the woods are intermixed with rocks. The deep umbrage of the forest of Dean occupies the front; and the spire... "
The Wye tour, or Gilpin on the Wye - Page 36
by Thomas Dudley Fosbroke, William Gilpin - 1834
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The Critical Review, Or, Annals of Literature, Volume 57

Tobias George Smollett - English literature - 1783
...Rure-dean-church unfolds itfelf next; which is a fcene of great grandeur. Here, both fides of the river are fteep, and both woody ; but in one the woods are intermixed with rocks. The deep umbrage of the foreft of Dean occupies the front ; and the fpire of the church rifes among the trees. The reach of...
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The Critical Review: Or, Annals of Literature, Volume 57

Tobias Smollett - Books - 1783
...next; which is a fcene of great grandeur. Here, both fides of the river are fteep, and both woody ; bnt in one the woods are intermixed with rocks. The deep umbrage of the foreft of Dean occupies the front ; and the fpire of the church rifes among the trees. The reach of...
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Observations on the River Wye: And Several Parts of South Wales, &c ...

William Gilpin - Aesthetics - 1789 - 152 pages
...linfolds itfelf next ; which is a fcene of great grandeur. Here, both fides of the river are fteep^ and both woody; but in one the woods are intermixed with rocks. The deep umbrage of the foreft of Dean occupies the front; and the fpire of the church rifes among the trees. The reach of...
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The excursion down the Wye, from Ross to Monmouth: including ... memoirs and ...

Charles Heath, John Kyrle - 1808
...Unfolds itself next, which is .a seene of great grandeur. Here both sides of the river are steep, ami both woody ; but in one, the woods are intermixed...the front; and the spire of the church rises among live tree.--. The xeach of the river, which exhibits this scene, is long; * This Is the general complexion...
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The Wye tour: or Gilpin on the Wye, with picturesque additions, from ...

William Gilpin - Wye, River (Wales and England) - 1826 - 183 pages
...from the bottom, were diminished into white specks." " The view at Ruer-dean Church unfolds itsell next; and is a scene of great grandeur. Here both...front; and the spire of the church rises among the treos. The reach of the river which exhibits this scene, is long; and of course, the view, which is...
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The Cambrian tourist; or, Post-chaise companion through Wales ...

History - 1828 - 316 pages
...adapted to form * " The view at Rare-dean Church," says Mr. Gilpin, " is a scene of great grandeur. There both sides of the river are steep and both woody ;...is a noble piece of natural perspective, continues some time before the eye : but when the spire comes directly in front, the grandeur of the landscape...
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Leigh's guide to Wales & Monmouthshire

Samuel Leigh (publisher.) - 1835
...Ruerdean. Ruerdean, or Riverdean, next presents itself. " The view at Ruerdean Church," says Mr. Gilpin, " is a scene of great grandeur. Here both sides of the...is a noble piece of natural perspective, continues some time before the eye ; but when the spire comes directly in front, the grandeur of the landscape...
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