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Forsideomslag
E. Stock, 1895 - 296 sider
 

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Side 57 - ... competent to the execution of such rough carpenter's work as is required in timbering large excavations. The methods in use of constructing coffer-dams, driving piles, and executing other work connected with foundations, are described in the volume of this series on " Foundations and Concrete Works;" to which the reader is referred for further information on the subject.
Side 1 - Beneath a similar mound is extended Cadvan, sad that it should enclose the praise of the earth. May he rest without blemish.
Side 278 - The officers and men being in the boat, they only waited for me, of which the master-at-arms informed Christian, who then said, 'Come, Captain Bligh, your officers and men are now in the boat, and you must go with them; if you attempt to make the least resistance you will instantly be put to death...
Side 72 - Oh !' said Lord Herbert, I thought he was such an one, he keeps his hat so fast upon the block.' Then, he intending and preparing to come down a great steep ditch, I stepped down to lend him my hand to help him ; another priest would have stepped between me and him, but Lord Herbert refused the priest's help, and stopping a little, said to the priest, ' Here is a brother that stands by will say, ' the blind leads the blind and both will fall into the ditch.
Side 72 - My friend Thomas Lloyd and I were moved to go and visit most of the justices that had a hand in committing Friends to prison; we began at the farthest justice towards Machynlleth, and came down to Edward Lord Herbert, Baron of...
Side 72 - Office, near the highway side, and not far from Llyssin, where we beheld them bowling. We considered with each other, which way to take, there being a peevish priest, the said lord's chaplain, with them ; so I asked Thomas Lloyd, whether he would engage the priest in discourse, or go to the said lord; which he chose, and got into the green leisurely towards him, where most of them knew Thomas; but he went not in their complimenting posture. He...
Side 30 - Sussex, lately deceased, was not put in, wrapt up, or wound up, or buried in any shirt, shift, sheet, or shroud, made or mingled with flax, hemp, silk, hair, gold, or silver, or other than what is made of sheep's wool only...
Side 289 - No place abounds more with various rides, or solemn walks. From this central spot, he may visit the seat of Owen Glyndwr, and the fine vallies to its source beyond the great Llyntegid ; or pass the mountains to the fertile vale of Clwyd ; or make the tour of Wrexham...
Side 99 - ... paid into the hands of the minister and churchwardens of the said parish for the time being, to be by them...

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