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" What follows, is an attempt to describe the romantic glen, or rather ravine, through which the Greta finds a passage between Rokeby and Mortham, the former situated upon the left bank of the Greta, the latter on the right bank, about "
Robinson's guide to Richmond - Page 54
by W R. Robinson - 1833 - 101 pages
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The Works of Walter Scott, Esq: Rokley; a poem

Sir Walter Scott - 1813
...Note V. A stern and tune, yet lovely road, As e'er ths foot of Minstrel trade .'—St. VII. p. 56. What follows is an attempt to describe the romantic...Mortham, the former situated upon the left bank of Greta, the latter on the right bank, about half a mile nearer to its junction with the Tees. The river...
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Rokeby;: a poem

Sir Walter Scott - Marston Moor, Battle of, England, 1644 - 1813 - 333 pages
...fulfilled. Note V. A stern and lone, yet lovely road, As eer the foot of Minstrel trade!—St. VII. p. 63. What follows is an attempt to describe the romantic...Mortham, the former situated upon the left bank of Greta, the latter on the right bank, about half a mile nearer to its junction with the Tees. The river...
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The poetical works of Walter Scott

sir Walter Scott (bart.) - 1820
...proprietor. 13 Note V. A stern and lone, yet lovely road, As e'er the foot of Minstrel trade!—P. 62. What follows is an attempt to describe the romantic...ravine, through which the Greta finds a passage between Hokeby and Mortham, the former situated upon the left bank of Greta, the latter on the right bank,...
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The Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott, Baronet, Volume 8

Sir Walter Scott - English poetry - 1821
...proprietor. Note V. A stern and lone, yet lovely road, As e'er the foot of Minstrel trade !—$t. VII. p. 62. What follows is an attempt to describe the romantic...Mortham; the former situated upon the left bank of Greta, the latter on the right bank, about half a mile nearer to its junction with the Tees. The river...
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The poetical works of sir Walter Scott

sir Walter Scott (bart.) - 1823
...ROKEBY. 285 Note V. A stern and lone, yet lovely road, As e'er the foot of Minstrel trod !—P. 130. What follows is an attempt to describe the romantic...Mortham, the former situated upon the left bank of Greta, the latter on the right bank, about half a mile nearer to its junction with the Tees. The river...
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British Castles: Or, A Compendious History of the Ancient Military ...

Theodore Henry Fielding - Castles - 1825 - 72 pages
...so much beautiful scenery that we shall not mutilate the description by attempting to abridge it. " What follows is an attempt to describe the romantic...passage, between Rokeby and Mortham, the former situated on the left bank of the Greta, the latter on the right bank, about half a mile nearer to its junction...
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An historical, topographical and descriptive view of the county ..., Volume 2

Eneas Mackenzie, Metcalf Ross - 1834
...Ireland, descendant of the Robinsons, formerly of Rokeby, in Yorkshire. Sir Walter Scott thus describes the romantic glen, or rather ravine, through which...Mortham, the former situated upon the left bank of Greta, the latter on the right bank, about half a mile nearer to its junction with the Tees. " The...
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The Literary world, conducted by J. Timbs

John Timbs - 1840
...by a Correspondent,) represents one of the most celebrated sites of the poem, namely, a portion of the romantic glen, or, rather, ravine, through which...situated upon the left bank of the Greta, the latter upon the right bank, at the bottom of which the river winds out of the dark and narrow dell, and flows...
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Rokeby; a poem

sir Walter Scott (bart.) - 1842
...II. STANZA VII. 185 A stern and loue, yet lovely road. As e'er the toot of minstrel trode!—p. 31. What follows is an attempt to describe the romantic...Mortham, the former situated upon the left bank of Greta, the latter on the right bank, about half a mile nearer to its junction with the Tees. The river...
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The poetical works of Sir Walter Scott, Bart: complete in one ..., Volume 2

Sir Walter Scott, John Gibson Lockhart, Joseph Mallord William Turner - English poetry - 1848 - 823 pages
...fell, Deeper and narrower grew the dell; 1 What follows is an attempt to describe the romantic glen, 01 rather ravine, through which the Greta finds a passage...Mortham; the former situated upon the left bank of Greta, the latter on the right bank, about half a mile nearer to iti junction with the Tees. The river...
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