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" ... and from the walls, which, together with the earth formerly imbibed with water, made a kind of a dry and barren soil. That place lying to the south, and out of the... "
The Cabinet: Or, Monthly Report of Polite Literature - Seite 98
1807
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The Guardian, Band 2

Sir Richard Steele, Joseph Addison - 1714 - 347 Seiten
...Plaifier, andagreat deil ot •• Rubbifli that fell from the Top of the Houie, and from •* the Wails, which, together with the Earth formerly imbibed with...of a dry and barren ' Soil, That Place lying to the South, and out of the' Reach of the Wind and Rain, betides the Neighbour' hood of a Granery, was a...
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Memoirs of Literature: Containing a Large Account of Many Valuable ..., Band 3

Michel de La Roche - 1722
...had been empty for a long time, there was upon a Window a Box full of Earth, two Foot deep, and fit to keep Flowers in. That kind of Parterre had been...uncultivated ; and therefore it was covered with old Plaifter, and a great deal of Rubbifli that fell from the Top of the Houfe, and from the Walls, which,...
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Memoirs of Literature, Band 3

1722
...had been empty for a long time* there was upon a Window a Box -full of Earth, two Foot deep, and fit to keep- Flowers in. That kind of Parterre had been long uncultivated ; and therefore k was covered with old Plaifter, and, •a great deal of Rubbifh that fell from the Top of the Houfe,...
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The Guardian, Band 1

Joseph Addison, Sir Richard Steele - 1734 - 358 Seiten
...been empty * for a long time, there was upon a Window a Box fullo£ * Earth, two Foot deep", and fit to. keep Flowers in. That* kind of Parterre had been long uncultivated ; and there' fore it was cover'd with old Plaifter, and agreafdeal of ' Rubbifh thac fell from the Top of...
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The Moral Miscellany: Or, a Collection of Select Pieces, in Prose and Verse ...

1773 - 376 Seiten
...had been empty for a long time, there was upon a window a box full of .earth, two foot deep, and fit to keep flowers in. That kind of parterre had been long uncultivated i and therefore i: was covered with old plaifter, and a great deal of rubbifh that fell from the top...
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Harrison's British Classicks, Band 5

1785
...it was covered with old philter, and .a 1 great deal of rubbiih that fell from the toa of the houfe, and from the walls, which, together with the earth...formerly imbibed.. with water, made a kind of a dry ;ind barren foil. That plnce lying to the fuuth, a:ul out of the reach of the wind and rail), heikles...
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The Guardian, Band 2

1797
...it was covered with old plaifter, and a great deal of rubbifh that fell from the top of the houfes and from the walls, which, together with the earth...imbibed with water, made a kind of a dry and barren foil. That place lying to the fouth, and out of the reach of the wind and rain, befides the neighbourhood...
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The Addisonian miscellany, a selection from the Spectator, Tatler, and ...

Joseph Addison - 1801
...been empty for a long time, there was upon a window a -box full of earth, two feet deep, ;aaid fit to keep flowers in. That kind of parterre had been...uncultivated, and • therefore it • was covered with old platfter and a great deal of . rubbifh, that fell from the top of .the houfe, and from the walls, which,...
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The Guardian, Band 2

1804
...had been empty for a long time, there was upon a window a box full of earth, two feet deep, and fit to keep flowers in. That kind of parterre had been...great deal of rubbish that fell from the top of the houses and from the walls, which, together with the earth formerly imbibed with water, made a kind...
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The Works of the Right Honourable Joseph Addison, Band 4

Joseph Addison - 1804
...had been empty for a long time, there was upon a window a box full of earth, two foot deep, and fit to keep flowers in. That kind of parterre had been...uncultivated ; and therefore it was covered with old plaister, and a great deal of rubbish that fell from the top of the house, and from the walls, which,...
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