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" He further proposed to rebuild all the parish churches in such a manner as to be seen at the end of every vista of houses, and dispersed at such distances from each other as to appear neither too thick nor thin in prospect, but give a proper heightening... "
A Tour Through the Whole Island of Great Britain: Divided Into Circuits Or ... - Page 128
by Daniel Defoe - 1748
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A New Description of Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Cambridgshire, Cheshire ...

1749
...rebuild all the Parifh, Churches in fuch a Manner, as to be feen at the End of every Vifta of Houles, and difperfed in fuch Diftances from each other, as to appear neither too thick, nor too thin in Profpect, and give a proper Heightening to the whole Bulk of the City, as it filled the...
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A Tour Thro' the Whole Island of Great Britain: Divided Into Circuits Or ...

Daniel Defoe - 1761
...rebuild all theParifh-churches in fuch a manner, as to be feen at the End of every Vifta of Houfes, and difperfed in fuch Diftances from each other, as...too thick nor thin in Profpect, and give a proper Heightening to the whole Bulk of the City, as it filled the Landfchape. Laftly, he propofed to build...
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A Critical Review of the Public Buildings: Statues, and Ornaments, in and ...

James Ralph - 1783 - 209 pages
...the Science on the Minds of Youth. the end of every villa of houfes, and difperfed in fuch diitances from each other, as to appear neither too thick nor thin in profpe"c"t; but to give a proper heightening to the whq!e bulk of the city as it filled the landfcape. * Laftly,...
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Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel ..., Volume 2

Perry Fairfax Nursey - 1824
...such a manner as to be seen at the end of every Vista of house«,, and dispersed Ы such; distances from each other, as to appear neither too thick nor thin in prospect, but give a proper heightening to the whole bulk of the city, as it filled the landscape....
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Mechanics Magazine, Volume 2

1824
...in such a manner as to be seen at the end of every vistn of homes, aud dispersed in such distances from each other, as to appear neither too thick nor thin in prospect, bnt give a proper heightening to the whole bulk of the city, as it filled the landscape....
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The Lives of the Most Eminent British Painters, Sculptors, and ..., Volume 4

Allan Cunningham - 1831
...in such a manner as to be seen at the end of every vista of houses, and dispersed at such distances from each other as to appear neither too thick nor thin in prospect, but give a proper heightening to the whole bulk of the city as it filled the landscape. Lastly,...
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The parliamentary gazetteer of England and Wales.4 vols, Volume 3

England - 1848
...in such a manner as to be seen at the end of every vista ot houses, and dispersed in auch distances from each other, as to appear neither too thick, nor thin in prospect, but give a proper heightening to the whole bulk of the city, as it filled the landscape....
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The Parliamentary Gazetteer of England and Wales: Adapted to the ..., Volume 3

1851
...such a manner as to be •ecu at the end of every vista ol house-, and dispersed in such di.-tanccs from each other, as to appear neither too thick, nor thin in prospect, but give a proper heightening to the whole bulk of the city, as it filled the landscape....
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Good Queen Anne: Or, Men and Manners, Life and Letters in England ..., Volume 1

William Henry Davenport Adams - 1886
...in such a manner as to be seen at the end of every vista of houses, and dispersed at such distances from each other as to appear neither too thick nor thin in prospect, but give a proper heightening to the whole bulk of the city as it filled the landscape. Lastly,...
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The Literary and Cultural Spaces of Restoration London

Cynthia Wall - 1998 - 277 pages
...Churches in such a Manner as to be seen at the End of a Vista of Houses, and dis' persed in such distance from each other, as to appear neither too thick, nor thin in Prospect."^ The steeples of the rebuilt churches would gather and focus the gaze of the pedestrian,...
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