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" It must have been a fine genius for gardening that could have thought of forming such an unsightly hollow into so beautiful an area... "
The Olio, Or, Museum of Entertainment - Pàgina 134
1831
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The Original Works of William King,: LL. D. Advocate of Doctors Commons ...

William King - 1776
...notice of that part in the upper garden at Kenfmgton, which was lirfl nothing but a gravel-pit. It muft have been a fine genius for gardening, that could have thought of forming fuch an unfightly hollow into 1a beautiful an area, and to hare hit the eye with fo un: common and...
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The Original Works of William King ...: Now First Collected ..., Volum 3

William King - 1776 - 313 pàgines
...of that part in the upper garden at Kenfmgton, which " was firft nothing but a gravel-pit. It mufl have been a fine genius for " gardening, that could have thought of forming fuch an unughtly hoi" low into fo beautiful an area, and to have hit the eye with fo un> " common and...
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A Collection of Poems in Six Volumes. By Several Hands: With Notes

1782
...that part of the upper garden of Ki-n" fington, which was at firft nothing but a gravel pit. It muft have " been a fine genius for gardening, that could have thought of forming futh an unfightly hollow into fo beautiful an area, and to have hit the eye with fo uncommon and agreeable...
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Select British Classics, Volum 17

1803
...notice of that part in the upper garden, at Kensington, whick was at first nothing but a gravel-pit. It must have been a fine genius for gardening, that...hollow into so beautiful an area, and to have hit the ej* with so uncommon and agreeable a scene as that which it is now wroughtinto. To give this particular...
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The British Essayists;: Spectator

Alexander Chalmers - 1808
...to commend, I shall take notice of that part in the upper garden at Kensington, which was at first nothing but a gravel pit. It must have been a fine...forming such an unsightly hollow into so beautiful an ar£a, ami to have hit the eye with so uncommon and agreeable a scene as that which it is now wrought...
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The British Essayists, Volum 13

Alexander Chalmers - 1808
...to commend, 1 shall take notice of that'part in the upper garden at Kensington, which was at first nothing but a gravel pit. It must have been a fine...forming such an unsightly hollow into so beautiful att area, and to have hit the eye with so uncommon and agreeable a scene as that which it is now wrought...
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The beauties of The Spectator 2nd ed., revised and enlarged with The vision ...

Spectator The - 1816
...to commend, I shall take notice of that part in the upper garden, at Kensington, which was at first nothing but a gravel pit. It must have been a fine genius for gardening, that could have thought of foiming such an unsightly hollow into so beaiiiiful an area , and to have bit the eye with so uncommon...
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The British Essayists: Spectator

James Ferguson - 1819
...to commend, I shall take notice of that part in the upper garden at Kensington, which was at first nothing but a gravel pit. It must have been a fine...uncommon and agreeable a scene as that which it is now brought into. To give this particular spot of ground the greater effect, they have made a very pleasing...
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The British Essayists

1823
...to commend, I shall take notice of that part in the upper garden at Kensington, which was at first nothing but a gravel pit. It must have been a fine...uncommon and agreeable a scene as that which it is now brought into. To give this particular spot of ground the greater effect, they have made a very pleasing...
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The British essayists, with prefaces by A. Chalmers, Volums 11-12

British essayists - 1823
...to commend, I shall take notice of that part in the upper garden at Kensington, which was at first nothing but a gravel pit. It must have been a fine genius fnr gardening that could have thought of forming Midi an unsightly hollow into so beautiful an area,...
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