Walks Through London,: Including Westminster and the Borough of Southwark, with the Surrounding Suburbs; Describing Every Thing Worthy of Observation in the Public Buildings, Places of Entertainment, Exhibitions, Commercial and Literary Institutions, &c. Down to the Present Period: Forming a Complete Guide to the British Metropolis, Том 2
Sherwood, Neely, and Jones, Paternoster-row; Murray, Albermarle-Street; Clarke, New Bond-Street; Lindsell, Wigmore-Street; Chapple, Pall-Mall; Colnaghi, Cockspur-Street; Walker, Strand; Taylor and Hessey, Fleet-Street; J.M. Richardson, Cornhill; Cowie and Company Poultry; Blackwood, Princes-Street, Edinburgh; Brash and Reid, Glasgow; and M. Keene, and J. Cumming, Dublin., 1817 - 368 стор.
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Walks Through London,: Including Westminster and the Borough of ..., Том 2
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Сторінка 312 - Heavens! what a goodly prospect spreads around. Of hills, and dales, and woods, and lawns, and spires, And glittering towns, and gilded streams, till all The stretching landscape into smoke decays!
Сторінка 338 - ASYLUM, CHELSEA. The first stone of this important institution was laid by the late duke of York, June 19, 1801. The principal front has a portico of four noble Doric pillars, supporting a pediment with the imperial arms ; and on the frieze is this inscription, " The Royal Military Asylum for the Children of the Soldiers of the Regular Army.
Сторінка 168 - London, had been undertaken in the sixteen years of that reign, than in ages heretofore: and that the grounds Called Lincoln's Inn Fields were much planted round with dwellings and lodgings of noblemen and gentlemen of qualitie : but at the same time it was so deformed by cottages and mean buildings, incroachments on the fields, and nuisances to the neighbourhood.
Сторінка 312 - Here I trod on that fresh, even, and soft verdure which is to be seen only in England ; on one side of me lay a wood, than which Nature cannot produce a finer; and on the other the Thames, with its shelvy bank and charming lawns rising like an amphitheatre, along which, here and there, one espies a picturesque white house, aspiring in majestic simplicity to pierce the dark foliage of the surrounding trees, thus studding like stars in the galaxy the rich expanse of this charming vale! SWEET RICHMOND...
Сторінка 268 - Proper she was and fair ; nothing in her body that you would have changed, but if you would have wished her somewhat higher. Thus say they that knew her in her youth. Albeit some that now see her (for yet she liveth) deem her never to have been well visaged.
Сторінка 222 - Chimaera's conquest was enjoin'd; A mingled monster of no mortal kind! Behind, a dragon's fiery tail was spread; A goat's rough body bore a lion's head; Her pitchy nostrils flaky flames expire; Her gaping throat emits infernal fire. "This...
Сторінка 248 - ... the vista, the vista itself; but above all, the beautiful projection of the portico of St. George's Church, are all circumstances that unite in beauty, and render the scene perfect." Mr. Malton says, " This view has more the air of an Italian scene than any other in London.
Сторінка 176 - Worcester, sacrificed part of the conventual church of St. John of Jerusalem, Clerkenwell, the tower and cloisters on the north side of St. Paul's, with the charnel houses and adjoining chapel, to furnish materials for the new structure; even the beautiful pile of Westminster abbey was only rescued from the sacrilegious dilapidations by immense contributions. No recompense was made...
Сторінка 212 - ... the Confessor. The first is the trial of Queen Emma ; the next the birth of Edward ; another is his coronation ; the fourth tells us how our Saint was frightened into the abolition of the Dane-gelt, by his seeing the devil dance upon the...