... from above. The area of this makes ** a complete circle ; and there are four doors in " the inner wall, which face the four cardinal " points of the compafs. Thefe doors are each " eight feet and a half high, and five feet wide, " and lead from the... Origin of the Scots and the Scottish language - Pagina 82door James Paterson - 1858 - 166 pagina’sVolledige weergave - Over dit boek
| Robert Henry - 1788
...entry on the outfide was fomewhat larger: " but this might be occafioned by the falling of " the ftones **from above. The area of this makes " a complete circle;...wall, which face the four cardinal " points of the** compafs. Thefe doors art each " eight feet and a half high, and five feet wide, " and lead from the... | |
| Colin Macfarquhar, George Gleig - 1797
...entry on the outfide was fomewhat larger ; but this might be occafioned by the falling of the Hones **from above. The area of this makes a complete circle...inner wall, which face the four cardinal points oF the** compafs. Thefe doors are each eight feet and a half high, and five feet wide, and lead from the area... | |
| Robert Henry - 1800
...on the outfide was fomewhat larger : *' but this might be occafioned by the falling of >' the ftones **from above. The area of this makes " a complete circle...in *' the inner wall, which face the four cardinal** f* points of the cpmpafs. Thefe doors are each *' eight feet and a half high, and five feet wide, "... | |
| Robert Henry - 1814
...entry on the outfide was fomewhat larger: " but this might be occafioned by the falling of " the ftones **from above. The area of this makes ** a complete circle...wall, which face the four cardinal " points of the** compafs. Thefe doors are each " eight feet and a half high, and five feet wide, " and lead from the... | |
| Encyclopaedia Perthensis - 1816
...that country, and from whence I had a very clear notion how thefe "fabrics were originally contrived. **The area of this makes a complete circle; and there...inner wall, which face the four cardinal points of the** compafs. Thefe doors are each 8^ feet high and 5 feet wide, and lead from the area into the cavity... | |
| James Wallace (M.D.) - 1883
...nor were the Materials of this Castle any ways different from those of the other already describ'd, **only the Entry on the Outside was somewhat larger,...of the Stones from above. The Area of this makes a** Compleat Circle, and there are four Doors in the inner Wall, which face the four Cardinal Points of... | |
| James Wallace - 1883 - 251 pagina’s
...nor were the Materials of this Castle any ways different from those of the other already describ'd, **only the Entry on the Outside was somewhat larger,...of the Stones from above. The Area of this makes a** Compleat Circle, and there are four Doors in the inner Wall, which face the four Cardinal Points of... | |
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