The Florence Stories

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Sheldon, 1867
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Page 240 - London; a terrible long, and sometimes dangerous, voyage, being thro' the Irish Channel, round all Wales, cross the Bristol Channel, round the Land's End of Cornwall, and up the English Channel to the mouth of the Thames, and so up to London; or else by land to Burton upon Trent, and so down that river to Gainesborough and Hull, and so by sea to London. Again, the Gloucestershire men carry all by land-carriage to Lechlade and Cricklade on the Thames, and so carry it down the river to London. But...
Page 145 - Bible before him, reading intently. I knew his name once, but it is so long ago that it has gone from me.
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Page 133 - That is my final answer, and I don't want to hear any more about it. It is very dangerous. We might even be blown out to sea.
Page 48 - Now if you look upon the map * you will see that the Isle of Wight is separated from the main land by a...

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