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" It was only in fine weather that the whole breadth of the road was available for wheeled vehicles. Often the mud lay deep on the right and the left ; and only a narrow track of firm ground rose above the quagmire. "
Transactions of the Illinois State Agricultural Society, with Reports from ... - Page 248
by Illinois State Agricultural Society - 1857
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Blackwood's Lady's Magazine and Gazette of the Fashionable ..., Volumes 34-35

Great Britain - 1853
...fine weather, even in the l7th century, we are informed by the most delightful of modern historians, that the whole breadth of the road was available for wheeled vehicles. But in bad seasons, the inconveniences, perils, and disasters were far more serious and tragical. Sometimes...
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The History of England from the Accession of James the Second, Volume 1

Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay - Great Britain - 1849
...they lost their way near Salisbury, and were in danger of having to pass the night on the plain. It was only in fine weather that the whole breadth...wheeled vehicles. Often the mud lay deep on the right and the left ; and only a narrow track of firm ground rose above the quagmire. || At such times obstructions...
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The History of England from the Accession of James II.

Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay - Great Britain - 1849
...they lost their way near Salisbury, and were in danger of having to pass the night oft the plain. It was only in fine weather that the whole breadth...wheeled vehicles. Often the mud lay deep on the right and the left ; and only a narrow track of firm ground rose above the quagmire.|| At such times obstructions...
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Sharpe's London Magazine of Entertainment and Instruction, for ..., Volume 9

1849
...tour, they lost their way near Salisbury, and were in danger of having to pass the night on the plain. It was only in fine weather that the whole breadth of the road was available for wheeled vehieies. Often the mnd lay deep on the right and on the left ; and only a narrow traek of firm ground...
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Sharpe's London Magazine, Volume 9

English literature - 1849
...tour, they lost their way near Salisbury, and were in danger of having to pass the night on the plain. It was only in fine weather that the whole breadth of the road was available for wheeled vehieles. Often the mnd lay deep on the right and on the left ; and only a narrow traek of firm ground...
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THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND FROM THE ACCESSION OF JAMES II.

Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay - Great Britain - 1850 - 617 pages
...tour they lost their way near Salisbury, and were in danger of having to pass the night on the plain.f It was only in fine weather that the whole breadth...wheeled vehicles. Often the mud lay deep on the right and the left; and only a narrow track of firm ground rose above the quagmire.J At such times obstructions...
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Sir Roger de Coverley, by the Spectator, the notes by W.H. Wills

Joseph Addison - 1850 - 227 pages
...public ways. On the belt lines of communication ruts were fo deep and obftruftions fo formidable that it was only in fine weather that the whole breadth of the road was available, for on each fide was often a quagmire of mud. Seldom could two vehicles pafs each other unlefs one of them...
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Tait's Edinburgh Magazine

William Tait, Christian Isobel Johnstone - 1852
...fine weather, even in the 17th century, we are informed by the most delightful of modern historians, that the whole breadth of the road was available for...wheeled vehicles. Often the mud lay deep on the right and left, and only a narrow track of firm ground rose above ihe quagmire. At such times, obstructions...
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The History of England from the Accession of James II.

Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay - Great Britain - 1852
...were in danger of having to pass the night on the plain.f It was only in fine weather that the whok breadth of the road was available for wheeled vehicles. Often - the mud lay deep on the right and the left ; and only a narrow track of firm ground rose above the quagmire.J At such times obstructions...
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Sir Roger de Coverley

Joseph Addison - English essays - 1852 - 233 pages
...public ways. On the best lines of communication ruts were so deep and obstructions so formidable that it was only in fine weather that the whole breadth of the road was available, for on each side was often a quagmire of mud. Seldom could two vehicles pass each other unless one of them...
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