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" We saw more and more, till the heat became so powerful as to attract the mists from the various lakes, which in a slight degree obscured the prospect. The shadow of the mountain was flung many miles, and showed its bicapitated form; the Wyddfa making... "
The book of North Wales - Page 178
by Charles Frederick Cliffe - 1850 - 80 pages
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The Gallery of Nature: a Pictorial and Descriptive Tour Through Creation ...

Thomas Milner - 1848 - 803 pages
...which bounded the western part, was gilded by its beams, first in slender streaks, at length glowing with redness. The prospect was disclosed to us like...bi-capitated form ; the Wyddfa making one, Crib y Distill the other. 1 counted this time between twenty and thirty lakes, either in this county, or Meirionydd...
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The Angler's Complete Guide to the Rivers and Lakes of England

Robert Blakey - England - 1853 - 186 pages
...sat up at a farm on the west till about twelve, and walked up the whole way. The night was remarkable fine and starry; towards morn the stars faded away,...its bicapitated form; the Wyddfa making one, Crib y Distill the other. I counted, this time, between twenty and thirty lakes, either in this county or...
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The angler's complete guide to the rivers and lakes of England

Robert Blakey - 1853
...sat up at a farm on the west till about twelve, and walked up the whole way. The night was remarkable fine and starry ; towards morn the stars faded away,...various lakes, which in a slight degree obscured the . >; OS prospect. The shadow of the mountain was flung many miles, and showed its bicapitated form...
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The illustrated hand-book of North Wales: being the 5th ed. of Hemingway's ...

John Hicklin (of Chester.), Joseph Hemingway - 1853
...glowing with redness. The prospect was disclosed like the gradual drawing up of a curtain in a theatre. We saw more and more, till the heat became so powerful...The shadow of the mountain was flung many miles, and shewed its bicapitated form; the Wyddfa making one, Crib-y-Dysdyll the other head. I counted this time...
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Our home islands [by T. Milner

Thomas Milner - 1857
...the heat became so powerful as to attract the mists from the various lakes, which in a slight decree obscured the prospect. The shadow of the mountain...many miles, and showed its bi-capitated form ; the Wyddva making one, Crib y Distill the other. I counted this time between twenty and thirty lakes, either...
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The gallery of nature: a tour through creation

Thomas Milner - 1860
...which bounded the western part, was gilded by its beams, first in slender streaks, at length glowing with redness. The prospect was disclosed to us like...its bi-capitated form; the Wyddfa making one, Crib y Distill the other. 1 counted this time between twenty and thirty lakes, either in this county, or Meirionydd...
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The British Islands: Their Physical Geography and Natural History

Thomas Milner - Physical geography - 1874 - 328 pages
...the heat became so powerful as to attract the mists from the various lakes, which in a slight decree obscured the prospect. The shadow of the mountain...many miles, and showed its bi-capitated form ; the Wyddva making one, Crib y Distill the other. I counted this time between twenty and thirty lakes, either...
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Views in North Wales, from drawings by T.L. Rowbotham, with notes by W.J. Loftie

William John Loftie - 1875 - 80 pages
...glowing with redness. The prospect was disclosed like the gradual drawing up of a curtain in a theatre. We saw more and more, till the heat became so powerful...The shadow of the mountain was flung many miles, and shewed its bicapitated form ; the Wyddfa making one, the Crib-y-distill the other head. I counted this...
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Tours in Wales, Volume 2

Thomas Pennant - Wales - 1883
...glowing with redness. The prospect was disclosed like the gradual drawing up of a curtain in a theatre. We saw more and more, till the heat became so powerful,...obscured the prospect. The shadow of the mountain was b A ujust 25</j, Old S'ile. flung many miles, and shewed its bicapitated form ; the Wyddfa making one,...
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