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" All the hedges, garden-walls, and other boundary lines and land-marks of every description, were of course obliterated, under one uniform mass of detritus which had levelled all distinctions in a truly sweeping and democratic confusion. "
Patchwork - 第 33 頁
Basil Hall 著 - 1841
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The Quarterly review, 第 68 卷

1841 - 558 頁
...garden-walls, and other boundary lines and landmarks of every description, were of course obliterated under ons uniform mass of detritus which had levelled all distinctions...along the streets, as we see roads cut in the snow after a storm. On that side of every building which faced up the valley, and consequently against which...
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The Saint Petersburg English Review of Literature, the Arts and Sciences, 第 1 卷

1842 - 602 頁
...and other boundary-lines and landmarks of every description , were of course obliterated under cue uniform mass of detritus which had levelled all distinctions...feet in thickness, so deposited that passages were obhged to be cut through it, nlong the streets, as we see roads cut in the snow after a storm. On that...
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Knight's Penny Magazine, 第 13 卷

1844 - 520 頁
...landmarks of every description, were of course obliterated under one uniform mass of detritus, which bad levelled all distinctions in a truly sweeping and...several feet in thickness, so deposited that passages had to be cut through it along the streets, as we see roads cut in the snow after a storm. On that...
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The Recreation

1846 - 460 頁
...widest, had risen to the height of ten feet. All the hedges, garden- walls, and other boundary-lines and landmarks of every description, were, of course,...several feet in thickness, so deposited that passages had to be cut through it along the streets, as we see roads cut in the snow after a storm. On that...
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The Gallery of Nature: A Pictorial and Descriptive Tour Through Creation

Thomas Milner - 1848 - 892 頁
...followed. Captain Hall visited Martigny a few weeks after this visitation, and found every land-mark obliterated under one uniform mass of detritus, which had levelled all distinctions in a " sweeping and democratic confusion." The removal of loose materials, the tearing up of fragments of...
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The Wonders of the World, in Nature, Art, and Mind ...

Robert Sears - 1856 - 566 頁
...followed. Captain Hall visited Martigny a few weeks after this visitation, and found every landmark obliterated under one uniform mass of detritus, which had levelled all distinctions in a " sweeping and democratic confusion." But of all the phenomena exhibited by the high lands of the globe,...
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The gallery of nature: a tour through creation, 第 28 卷

Thomas Milner - 1860 - 896 頁
...followed. Captain Hall visited Martigny a few weeks after this visitation, and found every land-mark obliterated under one uniform mass of detritus, which had levelled all distinctions in a "sweeping and democratic confusion." The removal of loose materials, the tearing up of fragments of...
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The Quarterly Review, 第 68 卷

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, Sir John Murray IV, Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle) - 1841 - 562 頁
...boundary lines and landmarks of every description, were of course obliterated under one uniform muss of detritus which had levelled all distinctions in...along the streets, as we see roads cut in the snow after a storm. On that side of every building which faced up the valley, and consequently against which...
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The St. Peterburg English Review, 第 1 卷

S. Warrand - 1842 - 614 頁
...church was, and is, after all, our chief reliance in the hour of danger ! » — something figurative,1 perhaps, mingling with the poetical sentiment. 'All...along the streets, as we see roads cut in the snow after a storm. On that side of every building which fared up the valley, and consequently against which...
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The Penny Magazine of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge, 第 13 卷

1844 - 520 頁
...landmarks of every description, were of course obliterated under one uniform mass of detritus, which bad levelled all distinctions in a truly sweeping and...every house, without exception, there lay a stratum (if alluvial matter several feet in thickness, so deposited that passages had to be cut through it...
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