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" In his description of the country at the foot of the Western Pyrenees, he speaks no longer from surmise, but from knowledge. " Take* the road to Moneng, and come presently to a scene which was so new to me in France, that I could hardly believe my own... "
Travels during the years 1787, 1788, & 1789: undertaken more particularly ... - Page 52
by Arthur Young - 1794
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Travels in the Kingdom of France

Arthur Young - Agriculture - 1793
...favourite character. Take the road to Moncng, and come prefently to a fcerie which was fo new to fne in France, that I could hardly believe my own eyes....covered with tiles ; each having its little garden, inclofcd by dipt thorn hedges, with plenty of peach and other fruit-trees, fome fine oaks fcattcred...
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A General Collection of the Best and Most Interesting Voyages and ..., Volume 4

John Pinkerton - Voyages and travels - 1809
...confiderable town, but I queftion whether any thing would ever carry a ftranger to it but its pofleffing the cradle of a favourite character. Take the road...could hardly believe my own eyes. A fucceffion of many well-built, tight, and comfortable farming cottages, built of ftone, and covered with tiles ; each...
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Principles of political economy, with some of their applications to social ...

John Stuart Mill - 1848
...surmise, but from knowledge. "Takef the road to Moneng, and come presently to a scene which was so new to me in France, that I could hardly believe my own eyes. A succession of many well-built, tight, and comfortable farming cottages, built of stone and covered...
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Principles of political economy, with some of their applications to social ...

John Stuart Mill - 1848
...surmise, but from knowledge. " Take* the road to Moneng, and come presently to a scene which was so new to me in France, that I could hardly believe my own eyes. A succession of many well-built, tight, and comfortable farming cottages built of stone and covered with...
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The social condition and education of the people in England and ..., Volume 1

Joseph Kay - Education - 1850 - 540 pages
...Western Pyrenees, he says *, ' I took the road to Moneng, and came presently to a scene, which was so new to me in France, that I could hardly believe my own eyes. A succession of many well-built, tight, and comfortable farming cottages, built of stones and covered...
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Chapters and speeches on the Irish land question

John Stuart Mill - 1870
...surmise, but from knowledge. '- Takef the road to Moneng, and come presently to a scene which was so new to me in France, that I could hardly believe my own eyes. A succession of many well-built, tight, and comfortable farming cottages built of stone and covered with...
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Free Trade in Land

Joseph Kay - Land tenure - 1879 - 336 pages
...Western Pyrenees, he says,2 ' I took the road to Moneng, and came presently to a scene, which was so new to me in France, that I could hardly believe my own eyes. A succession of many wellbuilt, tight, and comfortable farming cottages, built of stones and covered...
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Free Trade in Land

Joseph Kay, Mary Elizabeth Kay - Land tenure - 1879 - 336 pages
...Western Pyrenees, he says,2 ' I took the road to Moneng, and came presently to a scene, which was so new to me in France, that I could hardly believe my own eyes. A succession of many wellbuilt, tight, and comfortable farming cottages, built of stones and covered...
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The Dublin Review

Nicholas Patrick Wiseman - 1880
...peasant proprietorship at its best. Take the road to Moneng, and come presently to a scene which was so new to me in France, that I could hardly believe my own eyes. A succession of many well-built, tight, and comfortable farming cottages built of stone and covered with...
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Principles of political economy: with some of their applications to social ...

John Stuart Mill - Economics - 1885 - 591 pages
...surmise, but from knowledge. " Take* the road to Moneng, and come presently to a scene which was so new to me in France, that I could hardly believe my own eyes. A succession of many wellbuilt, tight, and comfortable farming cottages built of stone and covered with...
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