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A Voyage to the East Indies: Containing Authentic Accounts of the Mogul ... - Page 57
by John Henry Grose - 1772
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Annual Register, Volume 1

Edmund Burke - History - 1759
...fuppofing it, as there is all reafon to fuppofe it, cotemporary with the building itfelf. The floor of the apartment is generally full of water, its pavement or ground-work not permitting it to be drawn off, or to be foaked up. For it is to be obferved, that even the cavern itEGISTE& *75!l. felf...
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Annual Register, Volume 1

History - 1764
...fuppofing it, as there is all reafon to luppofe it, cotemporary with the building itfelf. The floor of the apartment is generally full of water, its pavement or ground-work not permitting it to be drawn off, or to be foaked up. For it is to be obferved, that even the cavern itREGISTER 1758. felf...
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A Voyage to the East Indies: Began in 1750 with Observations ..., Volume 1

John Henry Grose - India - 1766
...beft Gentoo buildings any where extant. I took particular notice of fome painting round the cornifhes, not for any thing curious in the defign, but for the...up. For it is to be obferved, that even the cavern itfelf is not vificable after the rains, until the ground of it has had time to dry into a competent...
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Dodsley's Annual Register, Volume 1

Edmund Burke - History - 1795
...supposing it, as. there is all reason to suppose it, cotemporary with the building itself. The floor of the apartment is generally full of water, its pavement or ground-work not permitting it to be drawn off, or to be soaked up. For it is to be observed, that even the cavern it. self is not visitable...
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The London Encyclopaedia: Or, Universal Dictionary of Science, Art ..., Volume 8

Thomas Curtis - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1829
...cushion pressed hy the superincumbent mountain, with which they are also of one piece. The floor of the apartment is generally full of water, its pavement or ground-work not permitting it to t* drawn off, or to be soaked up. For it is to be observed, that even the cavern itself is not visitable...
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The Methodist new connexion magazine and evangelical repository

...some thousands of years, on supposing it contemporary with the building itself. The floor of the ' apartment is generally full of water, its pavement or groundwork not permitting it to be drawn off, or to be soaked up. For it is to be observed, that even the cavern itself is not visitable...
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Treasury of nature, science, and art, ed. by W. Anderson

Treasury - 1853
...supposing it, as there is all reason to suppose it, contemporary with the building itself. The floor of the apartment is generally full of water, its pavement or groundwork not permitting it to be drawn off, or to be soaked up; for it is to be observed, that even the cavern itself is not visitable...
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The Scots Magazine, Volume 29

English literature - 1767
...for fome thoufands of years, on fuppofing ttr as there is all reafon Го to do, contem- porary with the building itfelf. The floor of this apartment is generally full of water, its pavement, or ground- work, not permitting it to drain off, or he foaked ap ; for it is to be ob'en-ed, that even...
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