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ספרים ספרים 1 - 10 מתוך 58 עבור Of all the cursed roads that ever disgraced this kingdom in the very ages of barbarism,....
" Of all the cursed roads that ever disgraced this kingdom in the very ages of barbarism, none ever equalled that from Billericay to the King's Head at Tilbury. "
The Life of Thomas Telford, Civil Engineer: With an Introductory History of ... - עמוד 41
מאת Samuel Smiles - 1867 - 331 דפים
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The New Monthly Magazine, כרך 103

Thomas Campbell, Samuel Carter Hall, Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton, Theodore Edward Hook, William Harrison Ainsworth, Thomas Hood - 1855
...author seems to have borne painfully in mind, he speaks in hearty disgust : " Of all the cursed roads that ever disgraced this kingdom in the very ages...Billericay to the King's Head at Tilbury. It is for near ten miles so narrow that a mouse cannot pass by any carriage. I saw a fellow creep under his waggon...
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The Eighteenth Century: Or, Illustrations of the Manners and Customs of Our ...

Alexander Andrews - 1856 - 334 דפים
...author seems to have borne painfully in mind, he speaks in hearty disgust: " Of all the cursed roads that ever disgraced this kingdom in the very ages...Billericay to the King's Head at Tilbury. It is for near ten miles so narrow that a mouse cannot pass by any carriage. I saw a fellow creep under his waggon...
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THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURTY

ALEXANDRA ANDTEWS - 1856
...author seems to have borne painfully in mind, he speaks in hearty disgust: " Of all the cursed roads that ever disgraced this kingdom in the very ages...Billericay to the King's Head at Tilbury. It is for near ten miles so narrow that a mouse cannot pass by any carriage. I saw a fellow creep under his waggon...
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Stifford and Its Neighbourhood, Past and Present. Printed for Private ...

William Palin - 1871 - 183 דפים
...throughout. They were not the people to leave it as he found it. He says, " Of all the cursed roads that ever disgraced this kingdom in the very ages...Billericay to the King's Head at Tilbury. It is for near ten miles so narrow that a mouse cannot с pass by any carriage. I saw a fellow creep under his waggon...
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Stifford and its neighbourhood, past and present. [With] More about Stifford

William Palin - 1871
...throughout. They were not the people to leave it as he found it. He says, " Of all the cursed roads that ever disgraced this kingdom in the very ages...Billericay to the King's Head at Tilbury. It is for near ten miles so narrow that a mouse cannot pass by any carriage. I saw a fellow creep under his waggon...
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Miscellanies: Stories and Essays, כרך 3

John Hollingshead - 1874
...England for pleasure, than of going to Nubia. ' Of all the cursed roads,' says Arthur Young in 1769, ' that ever disgraced this kingdom in the very ages...barbarism, none ever equalled that from Billericay to Tilbury. It is for near twelve miles so narrow that a mouse cannot pass by any carriage. I saw a fellow...
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The Eagle: A Magazine, כרכים 9-10

1875
...Wales (1768 — 1770) is full of complaints about the roads. He passes along an Essex road ' for 12 miles so narrow that a mouse cannot pass by any carriage. I saw a fellow creep under his wagon to help me to lift if possible my chaise over a hedge.' He finds the roads blocked up by carts...
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The English Illustrated Magazine

1886
...Buller. Two years before he had given little Samuel Taylor Coleridge a presentation to Christ's Hospital. barbarism, none ever equalled that from Billericay...Tilbury. It is for near twelve miles so narrow that л mouse cannot pass by any carriage. I saw a fellow creep under his waggon to assist me to lift, if...
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The Trade Signs of Essex: A Popular Account of the Origin and Meanings of ...

Miller Christy - 1887 - 184 דפים
...from the era of the Stuarts or earlier. Arthur Young, in 1771, declares that " of all the cursed roads that ever disgraced this kingdom in the very ages...that from Billericay to the KING'S HEAD at Tilbury." In 1678 a KING'S HEAD at Rickling formed a house of call for Poor Robin •on his Perambulation from...
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A History of England in the Eighteenth Century, כרך 6

William Edward Hartpole Lecky - 1887
...Manchester is good, but further it is not penetrable.' In Essex he describes a road to Tilbury as ' for near twelve miles so narrow that a mouse cannot pass by any carriage ; ' overshadowed except in a few places by trees that were totally impervious to the sun, and so bad...
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