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" Eoman emperors in white marble, and a table of touchstone ; the upper part of it is set round with cisterns of lead, into which the water is conveyed through pipes, so that fish may be kept in them, and in summer time they are very convenient for bathing;... "
Fugitive Pieces on Various Subjects: A vindication of natural society - Page 277
by Paul Hentzner, John Gilbert Cooper - 1771
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Annual Register, Volume 1

Edmund Burke - History - 1759
...lead, into which the water is conveyed through pipes, fo that fifli may be kept in them, and, in fummer time, they are very convenient for bathing : in another...near this, and joined to it by a little bridge, was a noble table of red marble. We were not admitted to fee the apartments of this palace, jhere being...
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Annual Register, Volume 1

History - 1764
...lead, into which the water is conveyed through pipe*, fo that fi(h may be kept in them, and, in fummer time, they are very convenient for bathing : in another...near this and joined to it by a little bridge, was a noblę table of red marble. We were not admitted to fee the apartments of this palace, there being...
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Dodsley's Annual Register, Volume 1

Edmund Burke - History - 1795
...into which the water is conveyed through pipes, so that £sh may be kept in them, and, in мшшкт time, they are very convenient for bathing : in another...near this, and joined to it by a little bridge, was a noble table of red marble. We were not admitted to see the apartments of this palace, there being...
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A Journey Into England: In the Year M.D.XC.VIII.

Paul Hentzner - Great Britain - 1807 - 61 pages
...they are very convenient tor bathing; in am thcr rot m for entertainment very near this, and ji ined to it by a little bridge, was an oval table of red marble. NVcwere not admitted to see the- apartments of this palace, there being nobody to shew it as the family...
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Laneham's Letter Describing the Magnificent Pageants Presented Before Queen ...

Robert Laneham - Pageants - 1821 - 114 pages
...of it is set round with cisterns of lead, into which water is conveyed through pipes, so that fish may be kept in them, and in summer time they are very...very near this, and joined to it by a little bridge, is an oval table of red marble." Concernmg the pleasure-grounds at Shirburne, in Peck's work before...
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The Progresses and Public Processions of Queen Elizabeth: Among ..., Volume 1

John Nichols - England - 1823 - 602 pages
...of it is set round with cisterns of lead, into which water is conveyed through pipes, so that fish may be kept in them, and in Summer time they are very...very near this, and joined to it by a little bridge, is an oval table of red marble." Concerning the pleasuregrounds at Shirburne, in Peck's work, before...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volumes 159-160

Early English newspapers - 1836
...it is set round with cisterns of lead, into which the water is conveyed through pipes, so that fish may be kept in them ; and, in summer time, they are...near this, and joined to it by a little bridge, was a noble table of red marble. We were not admitted to see the apartments of this palace, there being...
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The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction, Volume 27

1836
...it is set round with cisterns of lead, into which the water is conveyed through pipes, so that fish may be kept in them ; and, in summer time, they are...near this, and joined to it by a little bridge, was a noble table of red marble. We were not admitted to see the apartments of this palace, there being...
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Popular history of England, Volume 3

Charles Knight - Great Britain - 1857
...it is set round with cisterns of lead, into which the water is conveyed through pipes, sо that fish may be kept in them, and in summer time they are very...a little bridge, was an oval table of red marble." From the gardens and terraces of these great houses the hall was entered ; but now, when the grandest...
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The Northern monthly, Volume 1

...of it set round with cisterns of lead, into which the water is conveyed through pipes, so that fish may be kept in them ; and in summer time they are very convenient for bathing." To be continued. LITEEAET SUEVET. THEEE ia mnch that is noteworthy in the present issues of the great...
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