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" It must have been a fine Genius for Gardening, that could have thought of forming such an unsightly Hollow into so beautiful an Area, and to have hit the Eye with so uncommon and agreeable a Scene as that which it is now wrought into. To give this particular... "
The British Essayists: Spectator - 16. oldal
Szerkesztette: - 1823
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The Spectator

Joseph Addison - 1856
...area, and to have hit the eye with so uncommon and agreeable a scene as that which it is now wrought into. To give this particular spot of ground the greater...pleasing contrast ; for as on one side of the walk yon see this hollow basin, with its several little plantations lying so conveniently under the eye...

Faces for Fortunes, 1. kötet

Augustus Mayhew - 1865
...Addison wrote in the " Spectator," " an unsightly hollow" into " an uncommon and agreeable scene; for on one side of the walk you see this hollow basin,...beholder; on the other side of it there appears a seeming mound made up of trees, one higher than another, as they approach the centre." These gravel-pits, which...

Walks in London, 2. kötet

Augustus John Cuthbert Hare - 1878
...area, and to have hit the eye with so uncommon and agreeable a scene as that which it is now wrought into. To give this particular spot of ground the greater...basin, with its several little plantations, lying conveniently under the eye of the beholder, on the other side of it there appears a seeming mount,...

Walks in London, 2. kötet

Augustus John Cuthbert Hare - 1878
...area, and to have hit the eye with so uncommon and agreeable a scene as that which it is now wrought into. To give this particular spot of ground the greater...basin, with its several little plantations, lying conveniently under the eye of the beholder, on the other side of it there appears a seeming mount,...

Walks in London, 1. kötet

Augustus John Cuthbert Hare - 1883
...for, as on one side of the walk you see this hollow basin, with its several little plantations, lying conveniently under the eye of the beholder, on the...made up of trees, rising one higher than another, in proportionas they approach the centre.' — Spectator, No. 477. ' Here in Kensington are some of the...

Walks in London, 2. kötet

Augustus John Cuthbert Hare - 1894
...for, as on one side of the walk you see this hollow basin, with its several little plantations, lying conveniently under the eye of the beholder, on the...made up of trees, rising one higher than another, iu proportion as they approach the centre.' — Spectator, No. 477. ' Here in Kensington are some of...

The Spectator, 7. kötet

George Gregory Smith - 1898
...to have hit the Eye with so unx 1712* common and agreeable a Scene as that which it is now wrought into. To give this particular Spot of Ground the greater...higher than another in Proportion as they approach the Center. A Spectator, who has not heard this Account of it, would think this Circular Mount was not...

The Home Counties Magazine: Devoted to the Topography of London ..., 6. kötet

William John Hardy - 1904
...transformation, already quoted, I am tempted to add his reference to the combined effect of the two features : " To give this particular spot of ground the greater...contrast ; for as on one side of the walk you see the hollow basin with its several little plantations lying so conveniently under the eye of the beholder,...

The Home Counties Magazine: Devoted to the Topography of London ..., 6. kötet

William John Hardy - 1904
...greater effect they have made a very pleasing contrast; for as on one side of the walk you see the hollow basin with its several little plantations lying...under the eye of the beholder, on the other side of it appears a seeming mount made up of trees rising one higher than another in proportion as they approach...

The English Familiar Essay: Representative Texts

William Frank Bryan, Ronald Salmon Crane - 1916 - 471 oldal
...area, and to have hit the eye with so uncommon and agreeable a scene as that which it is now wrought into. To give this particular spot of ground the greater...higher than another, in proportion as they approach the center. A spectator, who has not heard this account of it, would think this circular mount was not...




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