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" Whatever is imaged in the wildest tale, if giants, dragons, and enchantment be excepted, would be felt by him, who, wandering in the mountains without a guide, or upon the sea without a pilot, should be carried, amidst his terror and uncertainty, to the... "
The Lord of the Isles: A Poem - Side 315
af Walter Scott - 1815 - 275 sider
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The lord of the isles. Occasional pieces

Sir Walter Scott - 1900
...Mac-Leod : " Whatever is imaged in the wildest tales, if giants, dragons, and enchantment be excepted, would be felt by him, who, wandering in the mountains...and uncertainty, to the hospitality and elegance of Kaasay or Dunvegan." NOTE F. The Broach of Lorn. — p. 43. It has been generally mentioned in the...
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A Journey to the Western Islands of Scotland in 1773

Samuel Johnson - 1906 - 239 sider
...magnificence. Whatever is imaged in the wildest tale, if giants, dragons, and enchantment be excepted, would be felt by him who, wandering in the mountains...uncertainty to the hospitality and elegance of Raasay and Dunvegan. To Corrichatachin at last we came, and found ourselves welcomed as before. Here we stayed...
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Poetical Works

Sir Walter Scott - 1908 - 970 sider
...giants, dragons, and enchantment be excepted, would be felt by him, who, wandering in the moan tains ciegaoce of Raasay or Dunvegan.' NOTE XIII. With solemn step, and st'/ver wand, Tht SenescJial the...
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The Poetical Works

Sir Walter Scott - 1909 - 970 sider
...dragons, and enchantment be excepted, would be felt by him, who, wandering in the mountains \\ithout a guide, or upon the sea without a pilot, should be...hospitality and elegance of Raasay or Dunvegan.' NOTE XIII. W-'it/t solemn step, and silver watid% The Seneschal tne presence scanned Of these strange guests....
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Works, Bind 25

Sir Walter Scott - 1923
...MacLeod: 'Whatever is imaged in the wildest tales, if giants, dragons, and enchantment be excepted, would be felt by him, who, wandering in the mountains...hospitality and elegance of Raasay or Dunvegan.' NOTE 79, p. 263 The Sewer, to whom, rather than the Seneschal, the office of arranging the guests of an...
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Johnson's Journey to the Western Islands of Scotland: And Boswell's Journal ...

Samuel Johnson - 1924 - 511 sider
...magnificence. Whatever is imaged in the wildest tale, if giants, dragons, and enchantment be excepted, would be felt by him, who, wandering in the mountains...the hospitality and elegance of Raasay or Dunvegan. To Coriatachan at last we came, and found ourselves welcomed as before. Here we staid two days, and...
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The Boswellian Hero

William C. Dowling - 2008 - 224 sider
...magnificence. Whatever is imaged in the wildest tale, if giants, dragons, and enchantment be excepted, would be felt by him who, wandering in the mountains...the hospitality and elegance of Raasay or Dunvegan. In the Tour, though the world is no longer desolated by violence, and giants, dragons, and enchantment...
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Romantic Returns: Superstition, Imagination, History

Deborah Elise White - 2000 - 227 sider
...magnificence. Whatever is imaged in the wildest tale, if giants, dragons, and enchantment be excepted, would be felt by him, who, wandering in the mountains...the hospitality and elegance of Raasay or Dunvegan. From Samuel Johnson, A Journey to the Western Islands of Scotland, with an Introduction and Notes byj....
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The Fictions of Romantic Tourism: Radcliffe, Scott, and Mary Shelley

George Dekker - 2005 - 314 sider
...thought. . . Whatever is imaged in the wildest tale, if giants, dragons, and enchantment be excepted, would be felt by him, who, wandering in the mountains...and uncertainty, to the hospitality and elegance of Raasayor Dunvegan. Johnson himself had recently enjoyed such hospitality at Dunvegan Castle on Skye...
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The Church of England magazine [afterw.] The Church of England ..., Bind 20–21

1846
...says Dr. Johnson, "is imagined in the wildest tales, if giants, dragons, and enchantments be excepted, would be felt by him who, wandering in the mountains...the hospitality and elegance of Raasay or Dunvegan." The castle is thus described by Mr. Wilson, in his "Voyage round Scotland;" from which the view is...
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