A Journey Through the Austrian Netherlands: Containing the Modern History and Description of All the Provinces, Towns, Castles, Palaces, Etc. of that Fruitful, Populous Country [...]
J. Pemberton, 1732 - 205 pages
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Page 49 - This city is the fee of a bimop, who, as abbot of St Bernard, is the fecond prelate in Brabant. The bifhopric is of great extent, and the cathedral a moft noble pile, with one of the fineft fteeples in the world. The emperor Charles V. when he made his entry into Antwerp, faid it ought to be put in a cafe, and Ihowed only once a year for a rarity.
Page 21 - Europe; for it is a perfect tavern divided into several apartments, with a very good ordinary at dinner of six or seven dishes, and all sorts of wines at moderate prices. In winter they have fires in their chimneys, and the motion of the vessel is so small, that a person is all the way as if he were in a house.
Page 203 - Troops, which yet ftood firm ; with whom, and what he could gather of thofe that had been routed, he made a Retreat that wanted little of the Honour of a...
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Page 140 - ... Caesar fifty years before the Christian era. In the year 1618, this castle was demolished, and the materials were used in the erection of the choir of the church of St. Elizabeth. The streets of this town are generally broad, and the great market-place is very spacious, in which are the town-house, the palace of the government, and that of the council of the province. These three edifices, which are the principal ornaments of the city, are richly adorned with sculpture and paintings. The great...
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