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" ... disputed whether it was the work of nature or of human industry. The outlet of the cavern was concealed by a thick wood, and the mouth which opened into the valley was closed with gates of iron forged by the artificers of ancient days, so massy that... "
The London Magazine, Or, Gentleman's Monthly Intelligencer - Page 256
1759
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From Milton to Johnson

Richard Garnett - 1903
...been disputed whether it was the work of nature or of human industry. The outlet of the cavern was concealed by a thick wood, and the mouth which opened into the valley was closed with gates of iron, forged by the artificers of ancient days, so massive that no man, rępi^....
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English Literature: From Milton to Johnson, by Edmund Goose

Richard Garnett - 1903
...been disputed whether it was the work of nature or of human industry. The outlet of the cavern was concealed by a thick wood, and the mouth which opened into the valley was closed with gates of iron, forged by the artificers of ancient days, so massive that no man, without...
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The Heath Readers by Grades, Volume 4

1907
...been disputed whether it was the work of nature or of human industry. The outlet of the cavern was concealed by a thick wood, and the mouth, which opened into the valley, was closed with gates of iron, forged by the artificers of ancient days, so massy that no man could, without...
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Readings in English Literature

Roy Bennett Pace - 1917 - 512 pages
...passage by which it could be entered was a cavern that passed under a rock. The outlet of the cavern was concealed by a thick wood, and the mouth which opened into the valley was closed with gates of iron forged by the artificers of ancient days, so massy that no man could without...
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Expressive English

James Champlin Fernald - 1918 - 463 pages
...been disputed whether it was the work of nature or of human industry. The outlet of the cavern was concealed by a thick wood; and the mouth which opened into the valley was closed with gates of iron forged by the artificers of ancient days, so massy that no man could, without...
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Works Issued by the Hakluyt Society, Volume 64

1881
...been disputed whether it was the work of nature, or of human industry. The outlet of the cavern was concealed by a thick wood, and the mouth which opened into the valley was closed with gates of iron " This lake discharged its superfluities by a stream, which entered a dark...
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Improvement Era, Volume 10, Issue 1

1907
...been disputed whether it was the work of nature or of human industry. The outlet of the cavera was concealed by a thick wood, and the mouth which opened into the valley was closed with gates of iron forged by the artificers of ancient days, so massy that no man could without...
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Corpus Linguistics: Investigating Language Structure and Use

Douglas Biber, Biber Douglas, Professor Douglas Biber, Susan Conrad, Randi Reppen - 1998 - 300 pages
...been disputed whether it was the work of nature or of human industry. The outlet of the cavern was concealed by a thick wood, and the mouth WHICH opened into the valley was closed with gates of iron, forged by the artificers of ancient days . . . This text sample illustrates...
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Annual Register, Volume 2

Edmund Burke - 1760
...long difputed whether it was the work of nature or of human induilry. The outlet of the cavern was concealed by a thick wood, and the mouth which opened...valley was doled with gates of iron, forged by the artificers of ancient days, fo mafiy that no man could, without the, help of engines . open or finit...
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The Universal Magazine, Volume 24

1759
...been difputed whether it was the work of nature or of human induftry. The outlet of the cavern was concealed by a thick wood, and the mouth, which opened...valley, was doled with gates of iron, forged by the artificers of ancient days, fo mafly that no man could, without the help of engines, open or (hut them....
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