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" We at length reached the spot whence Milton undoubtedly took most of his images; it is on the top of the hill, from which there is a most extensive prospect on all sides : the distant... "
A New System of Modern Geography, Or, A View of the Present State of the World - Page 284
by Sidney Edwards Morse - 1822 - 676 pages
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The Universal Magazine, Volume 2

1804
...highelt pleafure. We at length reached the ipot whence Milton undoubtedly took inoiluf his images: it is on the top of the hill, from which there is a molt cxtenlive prolpectou all lilies ; the diliant mountains that feemcd to lupport the clouds, the...
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The Works of Sir William Jones: With the Life of the Author, Volume 1

John Shore Baron Teignmouth - 1807
...higheft pleafure. We at length reached the fpot, whence Milton undoubtedly took moft of his images; it is on the top of the hill, from which there is a moft extenfive profpect on all fides : the diftant mountains that feemed to fupport the clouds, the...
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Works, Volume 1

Sir William Jones, John Shore Baron Teignmouth - 1807
...higheft pleafure. We at length reached the fpot, whence Milton undoubtedly took moft of his images; it is on the top of the hill, from which there is a moft extenfive profpect on all fides: the diftant mountains that feemed to fupport the clouds, the...
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The Poetical Works of John Milton,: With Notes of Various Authors. To which ...

John Milton, Henry John Todd - 1809
...higheft pleafure. We at length reached the fpot, whence Milton undoubtedly took mojí of his images ; it is on the top of the hill, from which there is a moft extenfive profpeet on all fides : the diftant mountains that feemed to fupport the clouds, the...
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Watlington hill; a poem

Mary Russell Mitford - 1812
...highest pleasure. We at length reached the spot, whence Milton undoubtedly took most of his images ; it is on the top of the hill, from which there is a most extensive prospect on all sides : the distant mountains, that seemed to support the clouds, the...
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Elegant epistles: a copious selection of instructive, moral, and ...

Elegant epistles - 1812
...highest pleasure. We at length reached the spot whence Milton undoubtedly took most of his images ; it is on the top of the hill, from which there is a most extensive prospect on all sides : the distant mountains that seemed to support the clouds, the...
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The Poetical Register, and Repository of Fugitive Poetry for 1801-11, Volume 8

English poetry - 1814
...highest pleasure. We at length reached the spot, whence Milton undoubtedly took most of his images ; it is on the top of the hill, from which there is a most extensive prospect an all sides: the distant mountains, that seemed to support, the clouds, the...
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Classical English Letter-writer: Or, Epistolary Selections; Designed to ...

Elizabeth Frank - Letter-writing - 1814 - 368 pages
...highest pleasure. At length, we reached the spot, whence Milton undoubtedly took most of his images : it is on the top of the hill, from which there is a most extensive prospect on all sides. The distant mountains that seemed to support the clouds ; the...
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The Poetical Register, and Repository of Fugitive Poetry ..., Volume 8

English poetry - 1814
...highest pleasure. We at length reached the spot, whence Milton undoubtedly took most of his images ; it is on the top of the hill, from which there is a most extensive prospect an all sides: the distant mountains, that seemed to support the clouds, the...
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The British Plutarch [by T. Mortimer].

Thomas Mortimer - 1816
...greatest pleasure. We at length reached the spot, whence Milton undoubtedly took most of his images. It is on the top of the hill, from which there is a most extensive prospect on all sides : the distant mountains that seemed to support the clouds, the...
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