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" ... with churchyard elms, and crossing hedge-rows — all seen under bright skies, and in good weather : — there is much beauty, as every one will acknowledge, in such a scene. "
The Southern Quarterly Review - 123. oldal
Szerkesztette: - 1850
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The Flowers of Literature: Consisting of Selections from History ..., 4. kötet

William Oxberry - 1824
...with church-yard elms, and crossing hedge-rows — all seen under bright skies, and in good weather. There is much beauty, as every one will acknowledge,...beauty consist ? Not certainly in the mere mixture of colours and forms ; for colours more pleasing, and lines more graceful (according to any theory of...

Encyclopaedia Britannica: Or, A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and ..., 2. kötet

1824
...church yard elms, and crossing hedgerows — all seen under bright skies, and in good weather : — There is much Beauty, as every one will acknowledge,...Beauty consist ? Not certainly in the mere mixture of colours and forms ; for colours more pleasing, and lines more graceful (according to any theory of...

Selections from the Edinburgh Review: Comprising the Best Articles in that ...

Maurice Cross - 1835
...churchyard elms, and crossing hedge-rows — all seen under bright skies, and in good weather: — There is much beauty, as every one will acknowledge,...beauty consist? Not certainly in the mere mixture of colours and forms; for colours more pleasing, and lines more graceful (according to any theory of grace...

Selections from the Edinburgh Review: Comprising the Best ..., 3-4. kötet

Maurice Cross - 1835
...churchyard elms, and crossing hedge-rows — all seen under bright skies, and in good weather: — There is much beauty, as every one will acknowledge,...such a] scene. But in what does the beauty consist? Nol certainly in the mere mixlure of colours and forms; for colours more pleasing, and lines more graceful...

Selections from the Edinburgh Review: Comprising the Best ..., 3-4. kötet

Maurice Cross - 1835
...churchyard elms, and crossing hedge-rows — all seen under bright frkies. and in good weather: — There is much beauty, as every one will acknowledge, in such a' scene. But in what does Ihe bcauly consist? Nol certainly in the mere mixture of colours and forms; for colours more pleasing,...

Beauties of the Country: Or, Descriptions of Rural Customs, Objects, Scenery ...

Thomas Miller - 1837 - 425 oldal
...with churchyard elms, and crossing hedgerows — all seen under bright skies, and in good weather. There is much beauty, as every one will acknowledge,...beauty consist ? Not, certainly, in the mere mixture of colours and forms ; for colours more pleasing, and lines more graceful, (according to any theory of...

The Carthusian

1839
...churchyard elms, and crossing hedge-rows—all seen under bright skies, and in good weather:—there is much beauty, as every one will acknowledge, in...beauty consist ? Not certainly in the mere mixture of colours and forms; for colours more pleasing, and lines more graceful, (according to any theory of...

Sacred philosophy of the seasons, 3. kötet

Henry Duncan - 1836
...all seen under bright skies, and in good weather; — there is much beauty, as every one will allow, in such a scene. But in what does the beauty consist ? Not certainly in the mere mixture of colours and forms; for colours more pleasing, and lines more graceful (according to any theory of grace...

The Carthusian

1839
...churchyard elms, and crossing hedge-rows — all seen under bright skies, and in good weather : — there is much beauty, as every one will acknowledge,...beauty consist ? Not certainly in the mere mixture of colours and forms ; for colours more pleasing, and lines more graceful, (according to any theory of...

The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal

1842
...churchyard elms, and crossing hedge-rows, all seen under bright skies, and in good weather : there U much beauty, as every one will acknowledge, in such a scene. But in what docj the beauty consist ? Not certainly in the mere mixture of colours and forms ; for colours more...




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