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" But I reflected that Yarmouth might be situated at one of the poles ; which would account for it As we drew a little nearer, and saw the whole adjacent prospect lying a straight low line under the sky... "
Pictorial guide to Great Yarmouth - Page 64
1854
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The Personal History, Adventures, Experience, and Observation of ..., Volume 1

Charles Dickens - Fiction - 1849 - 322 pages
...the world were really as round as my geography-book said, how any part of it came to be so flel. Ibjt I reflected that Yarmouth might be situated at one...Peggotty that a mound or so might have improved it; and aleo that if the land had been a little more separated from the sea, and the town and the tide had...
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The Works of Charles Dickens, Volume 5

Charles Dickens - 1872
...across the river; and I could not help wondering, if the world were really as round as my geography-book said, how any part of it came to be so flat. But I...Peggotty that a mound or so might have improved it ; aud also that if the laud had been a little more separated from the sea, and the town and the tide...
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Handbook for Essex, Suffolk, Norfolk, and Cambridgeshire ...

Cambridgeshire (England) - 1875 - 472 pages
...little nearer," writes David 'xipperfield, " and saw the whole Adjacent prospect lying a straight luw line under the sky, I hinted to Peggotty that a mound...so might have improved it ; and also, that if the Innd had been a little more separated from the sea, and that the town aŘil the tide had not been quite...
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Charles Dickens' Works: David Copperfield

Charles Dickens - 1885
...reflected that Yarmouth might be s'tuated at one of the poles ; which would aocount for it. As we drew t little nearer, and saw the whole adjacent prospect...the land had been a little more separated from the *ea, and the town and the tide had ^ot been quite so much mixed up, like toast and water, it wouid...
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London Society, Volume 51

James Hogg, Florence Marryat - 1887
...East Anglian to see much charm about it. " As we drew a little nearer," writes David Copperfield, " and saw the whole adjacent prospect lying a straight,...that a mound or so might have improved it ; and also if the land had been a little more separated from the sea, and that the town and tide had not been...
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Works. Repr. of the 1st eds., with intr. and notes by C. Dickens the younger ...

Charles Dickens - 1892
...the river ; and I could not help wondering, if the world were really as round as my geography-book said, how any part of it came to be so flat. But I...or so might have improved it ; and also that if the laud had been a little more separated from the sea, and the town and the tide had not been quite so...
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Composition and Rhetoric for Schools, Volume 1

Robert Herrick, Lindsay Todd Damon - English language - 1902 - 435 pages
...front^vhat wonder that each man looked in his fellows face for help and found it not — MORRIS. 22. As we drew a little nearer and saw the whole adjacent...under the sky I hinted to Peggotty that a mound or so n.ight have improved it'and also that if the land had been a little more separated from the sea,and...
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Composition and Rhetoric for Schools, Volume 1

Robert Herrick, Lindsay Todd Damon - English language - 1902 - 435 pages
...that each man looked in his fellows face for help and found it not—MORRIS. 22. As we drew a Tittle nearer and saw the whole adjacent prospect lying a...under the sky I hinted to Peggotty that a mound or so n_;ght have improved it and also that if the land had been a little more separated from the sea and...
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The Dickens Country

Frederic George Kitton - England - 1905 - 235 pages
...probable that Dickens combined the features of both places, and so produced a composite portrait ? But I reflected that Yarmouth might be situated at...sky, I hinted to Peggotty that a mound or so might improve it, and also that if the land had been a little more separated from the sea, and the town and...
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Brooks's Readers

Stratton Duluth Brooks - Readers - 1906
...Yarmouth might be situated at one of the poles ; which would account for it. As we drew a little nearer, I hinted to Peggotty that a mound or so might have improved it. But Peggotty said, with greater emphasis than usual, that we must take things as we find them. When...
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