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" I saw in those parts ; for I was the space of twelve days after, before I saw either house, corn-field, or habitation for any creature, but deer, wild horses, wolves, and such like creatures, — which made me doubt that I should never have seen a house... "
Tom Nash His Ghost: to the Three Scurvy Fellowes of the Upstart Family of ... - Pagina 48
door Thomas Nashe (pseud) - 1871 - 15 pagina’s
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Transactions, Volume 23

Gaelic Society of Inverness - 1902
...reigned in Scotland when Edward the Confessor, Harold, and Norman William reigned England. I speake of it because it was the last house that I saw in...space of twelve days after, before I saw either house, come field, or habitation for any creature, but deere, wilde horses, wolves and such like creatures,...
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Chamber's Cyclopędia of English Literature, Volume 1

Robert Chambers - 1902
...Kindroghit [Castleton]. It was built by king Malcolm Canmore for a hunting-house : it was the last house yow ; be my trowth I had never so hevy a sesyn [season] as I had from the tyme that I wost corn-field, or habitation for any creature but deer, wild horses, wolves, and such-like creatures,...
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Poetical Works

Sir Walter Scott - 1908 - 970 pagina’s
...Confessor, Harold, ana Norman William, reigned in England. I speak of it, because it was the last house h T P T 8 T corn-field, or habitation for any creature, but deer, wild horses, wolves, and such like '•features,—...
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Works, Volume 24

Sir Walter Scott - 1923
...Confessor, Harold, and Norman William, reigned in England. I speak of it, because it was the last house I saw in those parts; for I was the space of twelve days after, before I saw either house, corn-field, or habitation for any creature, but deer, wild-horses, wolves, and such like creatures,...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 192

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, Sir John Murray IV, Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle) - 1900
...pedestrian journey from London to the north of Scotland, and speaking of the ' Brae of Mar,' says : — ' I was the space of twelve days after, before I saw either house, cornfield, or habitation for any creature, but deer, wild horses, wolves, and such like creatures,...
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