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" London-bridge, narrow, darksome, and dangerous to passengers from the multitude of carriages : frequent arches of strong timber crossed the street, from the tops of the houses, to keep them together, and from falling into the river. "
London; Being an Accurate History and Description of the British Metropolis ... - Сторінка 316
автори: David Hughson - 1805
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Chronicles of London Bridge

Richard Thomson - 1839 - 518 стор.
...from the multitude of carriages : frequent arches of strong timber crossing the street,fromthetopsof the houses to keep them together, and from falling...into the river. Nothing but use could preserve the repose of the inmates, who soon grew deaf to the noise of falling waters, the clamors of watermen,...
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London, Том 1

Charles Knight - 1841
...street suspended between sky and water. " I well remember," he says, "the street on London Bridge, narrow, darksome, and dangerous to passengers from...into the river. Nothing but use could preserve the repose of the inmates, who soon grew deaf to the noise of falling waters, the clamours of watermen,...
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The old sailor's jolly boat, steered by M.H. Barker

Matthew Henry Barker - 1844
...between sky and water, with immense beams of timber crossing from house to house, at their roofs, &c., " to keep them together, and from falling into the river. Nothing but use could preserve the repose of the inmates, who soon grew deaf to the noise of falling waters, the clamours of watermen,...
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The Cottager's monthly visitor, Том 27

1847
..." I well remember," he says, " the street on London Bridge, narrow, darksome, and dangerous to the passengers, from the multitude of carriages ; frequent...into the river. Nothing but use could preserve the repose of the inmates, who soon grew deaf to the noise of falling waters, the clamours of watermen,...
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The Christian miscellany, and family visiter, Томи 5 – 6

1848
...the course of a broad and noble stream. Pennant says, " I well remember the street on London Bridge, narrow, darksome, and dangerous to passengers, from...together, and from falling into the river. Nothing hut use could preserve the repose of the inmates, who soon grew deaf to the noise of falling waters,...
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The parliamentary gazetteer of England and Wales.4 vols, Том 3

England - 1848
...street suspended between sky and waier. • 1 well remember,' lie Baya, ' the street on London-bridge, narrow, darksome, and dangerous to passengers, from...the houses, to keep them together, and from falling iuto the river. Nothing but use could preserve the repose of the inmates, who soon grew deaf to the...
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The Parliamentary Gazetteer of England and Wales: Adapted to the Most ..., Том 3

1851
...from the multitude iif carriages. Frequent arches of strong timber crossed the street Irom the tups of the houses, to keep them together, and from falling into the river. Nothing but use could pre. nerve the repose of flic inmates, who soon grew deaf to the noise of fulling waters, the clamours...
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The Home friend, a weekly miscellany of amusement and instruction, Том 4

Society for promoting Christian knowledge - 1854
...overhung and leaned in a most terrific manner. "I well remember," he says, "the street on London Bridge, narrow, darksome, and dangerous to passengers, from...carriages ; frequent arches of strong timber crossed the streets, from the tops of the houses, to keep them together, and from falling into the river. Nothing...
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Chronicles of London Bridge

Richard Thomson - 1862 - 518 стор.
...passengers, from the multitude of carriages : frequent arches of strong timber crossing the street,from the tops of the houses to keep them together, and...into the river. Nothing but use could preserve the repose of the inmates, who soon grew deaf to the noise of falling waters, the clamors of watermen,...
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The Local Preachers' Magazine and Christian Family Record: For the ..., Том 25

1875
...remember the street of London Bridge, narrow, darksome, and dangerous to passengers, from themultitude of carriages : frequent arches of strong timber crossed...into the river. Nothing but use could preserve the repose of the inmates, who soon grew deaf to the noise of falling waters, the clamours of watermen,...
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