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Inhaltsangabe: This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1819. Excerpt: ... To Miss L. Dublin, July 5th, 1813. My dear Friend, Would you believe that we have been a whole fortnight in Dublin without enjoying one leisure moment? This is, however, literally the case. Had it not been so, you should, ere now, have had a long letter, for which, however, you would not have been much obliged to me, as nothing could have been more gratifying than to have had it in my power to tell you all we have been seeing and doing in this new world. Before entering on this, I must revert to your last kind letter, which I received at Hagley. On the 17th of June we bid a reluctant farewell to Hagley and the sweets of retirement. Our journey was delightfully pleasant; the weather favourable to a wish, and the scenes through which we passed, in some places beautiful; but as we approached the boundaries of Wales, sublime beyond description. We were prevailed upon by the ladies of L, to spend the day of our arrival, and the whole of the following, with them in their enchanted castle, of which E has preserved a record for your amusement. We then proceeded to Capel Cerig, considered the most romantic spot in Wales; a little valley, surrounded on all sides by mountains of various forms, with its pretty river and fine waterfalls. The scenery on the following morning was indeed sublime, much in the stile of Glenco, and continued to exhibit a horrid grandeur till we crossed the mountains, when it suddenly changed to smiling cultivation, the sea forming a fine outline in the distance. Being ferried over to the Isle of Anglesea in ten minutes, we proceeded to the extreme point, reminded often of Scotland by the scenery and mountains in the back ground; but the Isle itself is a flat, and now presents no wooded scenery to remind one of those solemn groves of oaks s...

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Buchbeschreibung General Books. Paperback. Buchzustand: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 54 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.1in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1819. Excerpt: . . . To Miss L. Dublin, July 5th, 1813. My dear Friend, Would you believe that we have been a whole fortnight in Dublin without enjoying one leisure moment This is, however, literally the case. Had it not been so, you should, ere now, have had a long letter, for which, however, you would not have been much obliged to me, as nothing could have been more gratifying than to have had it in my power to tell you all we have been seeing and doing in this new world. Before entering on this, I must revert to your last kind letter, which I received at Hagley. On the 17th of June we bid a reluctant farewell to Hagley and the sweets of retirement. Our journey was delightfully pleasant; the weather favourable to a wish, and the scenes through which we passed, in some places beautiful; but as we approached the boundaries of Wales, sublime beyond description. We were prevailed upon by the ladies of L, to spend the day of our arrival, and the whole of the following, with them in their enchanted castle, of which E has preserved a record for your amusement. We then proceeded to Capel Cerig, considered the most romantic spot in Wales; a little valley, surrounded on all sides by mountains of various forms, with its pretty river and fine waterfalls. The scenery on the following morning was indeed sublime, much in the stile of Glenco, and continued to exhibit a horrid grandeur till we crossed the mountains, when it suddenly changed to smiling cultivation, the sea forming a fine outline in the distance. Being ferried over to the Isle of Anglesea in ten minutes, we proceeded to the extreme point, reminded often of Scotland by the scenery and mountains in the back ground; but the Isle itself is a flat, and now presents no wooded scenery to remind one of those solemn groves of oaks s. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 9781151002907

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