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Knihy Knihy 110 z 33 na dotaz This which no equal has in art Or fame, " Britons deservedly do Nonsuch name.' "....
" This which no equal has in art Or fame, " Britons deservedly do Nonsuch name.' " The palace itself is so encompassed with parks, full of deer, delicious gardens, groves ornamented with trellis-work, cabinets of verdure, and walks so embrowned by trees,... "
Some Particulars Relating to the History of Epsom: Compiled from the Best ... - Strana 142
podľa Henry Pownall (of Epsom, Eng.), Henry of Epsom Pownall (Eng) - 1825 - Počet stránok 208
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Fugitive Pieces on Various Subjects: A vindication of natural society

Robert Dodsley - 1771
...it may well claim and juftify its .Name of Nonefuch, being without an equal; or, as the Poet fun£, This, which no Equal has in Art or Fame, Britons deservedly do Nonefuch name. The Palace itfelf is fo encompafled with Parks full of Deer, delicious Gardens, Groves...
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The history and survey of London and its environs

B. Lambert - 1806
...equal; or, as the poet sung: " This which no equal lias in art or fame, " Britons deservedly do Nonesuch name." " The palace itself is so encompassed with...of deer, delicious gardens, groves ornamented with trellis work, cabinets of verdure, and walks so embrowned by trees, that it seems to be a place pitched...
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The Progresses and Public Processions of Queen Elizabeth: Among ..., Zväzok 1

1823
...it may well claim and justify its name of Nonesuch, being without an eqxial; or, as the Poet sung, This, which no equal has in art or fame, Britons deservedly do Nonesuch name. The Palace itself is so encompassed with parks full of deer, delicious gardens, groves...
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A history of English gardening

George William Johnson - 1829 - Počet stránok 445
...or as Leland says, Unrivall'd in design the Briton's tell The won'drous praises of this nonpareil. This which no equal has in art or fame, Britons deservedly do Nonsuch name. " The palace, says Hent/.ner in 1598, is encompassed with parks full of deer, delicious gardens, groves ornamented...
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A History of English Gardening, Chronological, Biographical, Literary, and ...

George William Johnson - 1829 - Počet stránok 445
...age, orasLeland says, Unrivall'd in design the Briton's tell The won'drous praises of this nonpareil. This which no equal has in art or fame, Britons deservedly do Nonsuch name. " Tho palace, says Hentzner in 1598, is encompassed with parks full of deer, delicious gardens, groves...
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A topographical and statistical description of the county of Surrey

George Alexander Cooke - 1830
...it may well obtain and justify its name of Nonsuch, being without an equal, or as the poet sings: " The palace itself is so encompassed with parks full...by Pleasure herself to dwell in along with Health. ' This, which no equal has in art or fame, Britoos deservedly do Nonsuch name.' " In the pleasure and...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Zväzky 162–163

1837
...of the house would appear a repetition of Braun; but we may quote what he says of its adjuncts :— “The palace itself is so encompassed with parks...of deer, delicious gardens, groves ornamented with topiary-work, lawns, and walks so embowered by trees, that it seems to be the seat that Pleasure herself...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for the Year ..., Zväzok 162

Edward Cave, John Nichols - 1837
...the house would appear a repetition of Braun ; but we may quote what he says of its adjuncts :— " The palace itself is so encompassed with parks full...of deer, delicious gardens, groves ornamented with topiary-work, lawns, and walks so embowered by trees, that it seems to be the seat that Pleasure If...
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Religious and moral sentences culled from the works of Shakespeare, compared ...

William Shakespeare - 1843
...justly so, its distinguished name of Nonsuch, being without an equal; for, as the poets sung :— ' This, which no equal has, in art or fame ; Britons, deservedly, do Nonsuch name.' And also:— ' Unrivall'd in design, the Britons tell, The wond'rous praises of this Nonpareil.' "...
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A Treatise on the Theory and Practice of Landscape Gardening: Adapted to ...

Andrew Jackson Downing - 1849 - Počet stránok 532
...of this place, after describing it as abounding in every species of costly magnificence, adds,— " This, which no equal has in art or fame, Britons deservedly do Nonsuch name." Loudon remarks that " these gardens are stated, in a survey taken in the year 1650, above a century...
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