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" Benedictine convent, without the least accident having happened to any one of the party. We imagined we had walked about two French leagues, and were... "
Memoirs of the Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society - Page 346
by Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society - 1785
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The Scots Magazine, Volume 48

1786 - 716 pages
...we dreaded, the moment before, was now no longer thought of. In ihort, we were all in good fpirits again, and proceeded on our journey about two miles...the fteps which lead up to the town. We here found ourftlves fafe at the V:u at Cruce, near to the Englilh Bencdittine convent, without the leaft accident...
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Memoirs of the Literary and Philosophical Society of Manchester, Volume 2

1785 - 552 pages
...we dreaded, the moment before, was now no longer rhought of. In fhort, we were all in good fpirits again, and proceeded on our journey about two miles...farther, when our guides judged it prudent for us to afcendj as we were then got to the fteps which lead up to the town. We here found ourfelves fafe, at...
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The Edinburgh Magazine, Or, Literary Miscellany, Volume 3

1786 - 494 pages
...we dreaded, the moment before, was now no longer thought of. In ihort, we were all in good fpirits again, and proceeded on our journey about two miles...farther, when our guides judged it prudent for us to afccnd, as we were then got to the fteps which lead up to the town. We here found ourfelves fafe at...
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Gallery of Nature and Art, Or a Tour Through Creation and Science ..., Volume 2

Edward T W. Polehampton - 1815 - 546 pages
...we dreaded the moment before, was now no longer thought of, ' In short, we were all in good spirij* again, and proceeded on our journey about two miles...farther, when our guides judged it prudent for us to ascend, as we were then got to the steps which lead up to the town. We here found ourselves safe at...
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The Gallery of Nature and Art: Or, a Tour Through Creation and Science, Volume 2

Rev. Edward Polehampton, John Mason Good - 1818 - 566 pages
...danger we dreaded the moment before *as no.w DO longer thought of. In short, we were all in good . again, and proceeded on our journey about two miles farther, when our guides jndged it prndent for us to ascend, as we were then got to the steps which lead up to the town. We...
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The Gallery of Nature and Art; Or a Tour Through Creation and Science ...

Edward Polehampton - 1821 - 538 pages
...danger We dreaded the moment before, was now no longer thought of. In short, we were all in good spirits again, and proceeded on our journey about two miles...farther, when our guides judged it prudent for us to ascend, as we were then got to the steps which lead up to the town. We here found ourselves safe at...
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Marshall's Christmas Box,: A Juvenile Annual..

1831 - 234 pages
...danger we dreaded the moment before, was no longer thought of. In short, we were all in good spirits again, and proceeded on our journey about two miles...farther, when our guides judged it prudent for us to ascend, as we were then got to the steps which lead up to the town. We here found ourselves safe at...
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A Centenary of Science in Manchester (in a Series of Notes)

Robert Angus Smith - 1883 - 500 pages
...danger we dreaded the moment before was no longer thought of. In short, we were all in good spirits again, and proceeded on our journey about two miles...farther, when our guides judged it prudent for us to ascend, as we were then got to the steps which lead up to the town. We here found ourselves safe, at...
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Memoirs of the Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society

Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society - 1883 - 516 pages
...danger we dreaded the moment before was no longer thought of. In short, we were all in good spirits again, and proceeded on our journey about two miles...farther, when our guides judged it prudent for us to ascend, as we were then got to the steps which lead up to the town. We here found ourselves safe, at...
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The Scots Magazine, Volume 48

1786 - 752 pages
...we dreaded, the moment before, was now no longer thought of. In fhort, we were all in good fpirits again, and proceeded on our journey about two miles...lead up to the town. We here found ourfelves fafe at \heValde Grace, near to the Englifh Benedifline convent, without the leaft accident having happened...
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