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Strana 300 - They are generally in the form of a cross, with a tower in the centre ending in a cupola or spire, and with high pitched roofs.
Strana 57 - Billiard and other rooms are also prepared for the reception of those gentlemen who prefer games of skill, or hazard, to the more boisterous diversions of the turf; and excellent accommodations for visitors may be found in the numerous inns with which the town is provided.
Strana 246 - CASTLE was situated on the east side of the town; and though the buildings are now reduced to a few massive fragments of wall, the remains are still sufficient to evince the ancient strength and importance of this fortress. The ramparts are very bold, and the ditches still wide and deep, particularly on the north and east sides, though partly filled up by the lapse of centuries.
Strana 92 - French-horns and clarionet* be introduced : softer music than such loud wind instruments would scarcely have power to vibrate. The effect is now wonderfully changed : the sound of a cannon is heard in bursts; it is the music only of thunder. But the continuation of musical sounds, forms a continuation of musical echoes, which, reverberating around the lake, are exquisitely melodious in their several gradations, and form a thousand symphonies, playing together from every part. The variety of notes...