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" ... decoration of a whole city in prospect, not only to be justified, but admired. That which we have just mentioned is beyond question as perfect as human imagination can contrive or execute, and till we see it outdone, we shall hardly think it to be... "
London: what to See, and how to See it - Seite 50
1851 - 208 Seiten
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London; Being an Accurate History and Description of the British ..., Band 3

David Hughson - 1806
...prospect, not only to be justified, but admired. That which we have just mentioned is beyond question as perfect as human imagination can contrive or execute,...outdone, we shall hardly think it to be equalled." The dimensions of the church within are, length sixty-five feet and half, breadth sixty-three, altitude,...
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London, by David Hughson

Edward Pugh - 1806
...prospect, not only to be justified, but admired. That which we have just mentioned is beyond question as perfect as human imagination can contrive or execute,...outdone, we shall hardly think it to be equalled." The dimensions of the church within are, length sixty-five, feet and half, breadth sixty-three, altitude,...
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The history and survey of London and its environs

B. Lambert - 1806
...the tower and steeple, as being most proper to bear a weighty and lofty structure. beyond question, as perfect as human imagination can contrive or execute;...outdone, we shall hardly think it to be equalled.'* North of this church,between the church-yard and the end of Bow-lane, stood the building, called the...
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The Beauties of England and Wales; Or, Delineations, Topographical ...

John Britton (F.S.A.), Edward Wedlake Brayley - 1815 - 676 Seiten
...prospect, not only to be justified, but admired. That whii h we have juit mentioned is beyond qnestion as perfect as human imagination can contrive or execute...outdone, we shall hardly think it to be equalled. * The bells of this steeple, of which mention is made further on, were rung for the first time on his...
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London and Middlesex: Or, An Historical, Commercial, & Descriptive Survey of ...

Edward Wedlake Brayley - 1815
...prospect, not only te be justified, but admired. That which we have just mentioned is beyond qnestion as perfect as human imagination can contrive -or execute...outdone, we shall hardly think it to be equalled.* The bells of this steeple, of which mention is made further -on, were rung for the first time on his...
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The Ancient Remains, Antiquities, and Recent Imporvements, of the ..., Band 2

Henry Thomas - 1830
...prospect, not only to be justified, but admired. That which we have just mentioned is, beyond question, as perfect as human imagination can contrive or execute,...outdone, we shall hardly think it to be equalled." The dimensions of this church within are,— length sixty-five feet and a half, breadth sixty -three;...
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The Lives of the Most Eminent British Painters, Sculptors, and ..., Band 4

Allan Cunningham - 1831
...an original kind, such as can arise from no fixed rule — no settled law of architectural beauty. " It is beyond question," says an old writer, " as perfect...outdone we shall hardly think it to be equalled." The roof of the church is arched, and supported at the abutments with ten Corinthian columns. Eighteen...
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London as it is to-day

1851
...question," says an old writer, " as perfect as human imagination can contrive and execute and until we see it outdone we shall hardly think it to be equalled."...the bequest of the Hon. Robert Boyle. Underneath is a fine old Norman crypt, belonging to the original edifice, built in 1087, Wren having used the arches...
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