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" row is a long narrow lane, or alley, quite straight, or as " nearly so as may be, with houses on each side, both of " which you can sometimes touch at once with the finger-tips " of each hand, by stretching out your arms to their full " extent. Now and... "
Pictorial guide to Great Yarmouth - Page 59
1854
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The land we live in, a pictorial and literary sketch-book of the British empire

British empire - 1856
...finger-tips of each hand, by stretching out your arms to their full extent. Now and then houses overhang, and join above your head, converting the row, so far,...amongst the rows. In some rows there is little more than the blank walls for the double boundary. In others, the houses retreat into tiny square courts, where...
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The Christian world magazine (and family visitor).

1881
...sometimes touch with the fingertips of each hand by stretching ont your arms to their full extent. Many and many a picturesque old bit of domestic architecture is to be hunted up. among the rows. In some there is little more than a blank wall for the double boundary. In others the...
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Sarah Martin, the Prison-visitor of Great Yarmouth: The Story of a Useful Life

George Mogridge - Church work with prisoners - 1872 - 170 pages
...of one hundred and forty -five. A Row is a long, narrow lane, or alley, quite straight, or as nearly as may be, with houses on each side, both of which...blank wall for the double boundary. In others, the IO2 houses retreat into tiny square courts, where washing and clear-starching are done, and wonderful...
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The Perlustration of Great Yarmouth, with Gorleston and Southtown, Volume 1

Charles John Palmer - Gorleston-on-Sea (England) - 1872
...in some manner the gentle sweep made by the waves on the sea shore. " Now and then," says Dickens, " the houses overhang, and even "join above your head,..." or tubular passage. Many and many a picturesque bit of old domestic " architecture is to be found. In some there is little more than a "blank wall...
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Royal illustrated history of easter England

A D. Bayne - 1873
...may be, with houses on each side, both of which you can sometimes touch at once with the finger tips of each hand, by stretching out your arms to their...converting the row, so far, into a sort of tunnel of tubular passage. Many and many a picturesque old bit of domestic architecture is to be hunted up...
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