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" You shall have sometimes fair houses so full of glass that one cannot tell where to become to be out of the sun or cold. "
The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ... - Seite 146
1793
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The essays, or Counsels, civil & moral, with a table of the colours of good ...

Francis Bacon (visct. St. Albans.) - 1680
...for Summer and Winter, Shady for Summer, and Warm for Winter. You fhaH have fometimes fair Hetifei fo full of Glafs, that one cannot tell where to become to be out of the Sun, or Cold , For Inbmved Windows I hold them of good ufe i (in Cities indeed 1> fright do better...
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Annual Register, Band 16

Edmund Burke - 1774
...its charafteriftics is the affec" tation of large and lofty windows ; where, fays Bacon, you lhall have fometimes fair houfes fo full of glafs, that...to become, to be out of the fun." The marks which constitute the charafter of Gothic, or Saracenical architecture, are its numerous and prominent buttreffes,...
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The Antiquities of England and Wales, Band 1

Francis Grose - 1783
...affectation of large and lofty windows ; where, fays Bacon, you ihall have fometimes GOTHIC ARCHITECTURE fometimes fair houfes fo full of glafs, that one cannot...to become, to be out of the fun." THE marks which conftitute the charaéler of Gothic, or Saracenical architecture, are its numerous and prominent buttrefles,...
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The history and antiquities of Hawsted

sir John Cullum (bart.) - 1784
...were become fo fafhionable in this reign, that lord Bacon, in his 45th Eflay, complains, " you mail have fometimes fair houfes fo " full of glafs, that...cannot tell where to become, to be out of the fun, or " cold." 4 This, I am aware, is a doctrine that has of late been combated by fome French philofophers,...
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The Antiquities of England and Wales

Francis Grose - 1784
...large and lofty windows ; where, says Bacon, you shall have sometimes fair houses so full of glass, that one cannot tell where to become, to be out of the sun." The marks which constitute the character of Gothic, or Saracenical architecture, are its numerous...
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Encyclopædia Britannica: Or, A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences ..., Band 2,Teil 1

Colin Macfarquhar, George Gleig - 1797
...of its charafteriftics is the afftcbtion of large and lofty windows ; where, fays Bacon, " you mall have fometimes fair houfes fo full of glafs, that one cannot tell where te come to be out of the fun." To return now to our general hiftory, and to conclude : In the 151)1...
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Essays on Gothic Architecture

Thomas Warton, James Bentham, Francis Grose, John Milner - 1802 - 150 Seiten
...the affectation of large and lofty windows, where, fays fays Bacon, " you mall have fometimes faire houfes fo full of glafs that one cannot tell where to become to be out of the fun, &c." Effayes, xii. After what has been here incidentally faid on this fubject, it may not be amifs...
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Essays on Gothic architecture, by T. Warton [and others]. To which is added ...

Gothic architecture, Thomas Warton - 1802
...the affectation of large and lofty windows, where, fays fays Bacon, " you fhall have fomelimes faire houfes fo full of glafs that one cannot tell where to become to be out of the fun, &c." Effayes, xii. After what has been here incidentally faid on this fubject, it may not be amifs...
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Annual Register, Band 16

1803
...stones between two set perpendicular, so as exactly to fit and fill up the interval. so full of glass, that one cannot tell where to become, to be out of the sun." " The marks which constitute the Qn the Suppression of Religious character of Gothic or Saracenical...
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The Works of Edmund Spenser, Band 5

Edmund Spenser - 1805
...affectation of large and lofty windows ; where, fays Bacon, " you fhall have foinetimes faire houfes, fujull of glafs, that one cannot tell where to become, to be out of the fun, &c." Eff'. xii. T. WARTON. rights. On which this Shield, of many fought invaine, THE SHIELD OP LOVE,...
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