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" The scene of the Picture is laid in that part of the road to Canterbury which commands a view of the Dulwich hills — the time, a beautiful and serene April morning. The interest of the Procession is considerably heightened by the cheerfulness of the... "
The Universal magazine - Page 348
1807
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The Monthly Magazine, Volume 23

Art - 1807
...l'i(:;rinis lo Cttn¡•li'ii'u, and it improves on a fécond infpc<tion. Tlie fcene of the piftnrc is laid in that part of the road to Canterbury which commands a view of the Dulwick hills; :¡n- urne, a beautiful and ferenc April !:iu-iiui£;. The intereft of the pnicellion...
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The Athenaeum: A Magazine of Literary and Miscellaneous ..., Volume 1

John Aikin - Arts - 1807
...William Bromley, in an exquisitely delicate and finished style. The scene of the Picture is laid in thst part of the road to Canterbury which commands a view of the Dulvvich iills — the time, a beautiful and serene April morning. The interest of the Procession is...
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Reliques of Robert Burns: Consisting Chiefly of Original Letters, Poems, and ...

Robert Burns - Dialect literature, Scottish - 1808 - 453 pages
...common cost ; which proposal assented to, he promises to be their governor and guide." The kScene of the Picture is laid in that part of the road to Canterbury which commands a view of the Duhrich Hills — the Time — a beautiful and serene May morning. The Pilgrims are grouped with a...
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The Grave: A Poem

Robert Blair - Death in literature - 1903 - 44 pages
...is so well distributed that each character is sufficiently seen, and in his due place. The Scene of the Picture is laid in that part of the road to Canterbury...Dulwich Hills — the Time, a beautiful and serene May Morning. The Pilgrims are grouped with a decorum suited to their respective characters, and in...
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The Grave: A Poem

Robert Blair - Death in literature - 1903 - 44 pages
...is so well distributed that each character is sufficiently seen, and in his due place. The Scene of the Picture is laid in that part of the road to Canterbury which commands a view of the Dulwich Hills—the Time, a beautiful and serene May Morning. The Pilgrims are grouped with a decorum suited...
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The Grave: A Poem

Robert Blair - Death in literature - 1903 - 44 pages
...is so well distributed that each character is sufficiently seen, and in his due place. The Scene of the Picture is laid in that part of the road to Canterbury which commands a view of the Dul. wich Hills — the Time, a beautiful and serene May Morning. The Pilgrims are grouped with a decorum...
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The Athenaeum: A Magazine of Literary and Miscellaneous ..., Volume 1

John Aikin - Arts - 1807
...the Ihe manner, by Mr, William Bromley, in an exquisitely delicate and finished style. The scene of the Picture is laid in that part of the road to Canterbury...characters, and in the order in which we may suppose Chaucer himselt to have seen them, headed by the Miller, playing upon his pipe, under the guidance...
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