The Official Illustrated Guide to the Great Northern Railway: Including the Manchester, Sheffield, and Lincolnshire, and Midland Railways, with Descriptions of the Most Important Manufactories in the Large Towns on the Lines
Griffin, Bohn, 1861 - 544 頁
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Abbey acres ancient arches architecture banks beautiful boilers branch bridge Britannia metal building built burgh Castle Cathedral centre century chapel church Clyde contains cotton Derbyshire distance Earl east edifice Edinburgh elegant eminence employed engines erected establishment extensive Falkirk feet firm Foundry Four miles front Gareloch Gateshead Glasgow Greenock Grimsby ground Hall handsome hills House Hull important interesting iron Junction kingdom Leeds Leicester length Lincolnshire London Lord machinery machines magnificent Manchester mansion manufacture Messrs Midland Railway mills monuments nave neighbourhood Newcastle North British Railway Nottingham occupied ornamented parish Park passing patent portion premises present principal proprietors Railway remarkable residence river Royal royal burgh ruins Scotland seat Sheffield side situated South Shields spacious Spittlegate Station steam Steel stone street style three miles tower town trade transept Trongate various village visitor wood yards
第 23 頁 - DECAY, and will- be found very superior to any teeth ever before used. This method does not require the extraction of roots, or any painful operation, and will give support to and preserve teeth that are loose, and is guaranteed to restore articulation and mastication.
第 267 頁 - Guild that year — (and a gude mason he was himsell, made him the keener to keep up the auld bigging,) and the trades assembled, and offered downright battle to the commons, rather than their kirk should coup the crans, as others had done elsewhere. It wasna for luve o' Paperie — na, na ! — nane could ever say that o
第 255 頁 - ... episcopacy, the high commission, the articles of Perth, the canons, and the liturgy were abolished and declared unlawful : and the whole fabric, which James and Charles, in a long course of years, had been rearing with so much care and policy, fell at once to the ground...
第 267 頁 - Molendinar burn, and the auld kirk stood as crouse as a cat when the flaes are kaimed aff her, and a'body was alike pleased. And I hae heard wise folk say, that if the same had been done in ilka kirk in Scotland, the Reform wad just hae been as pure as it is e'en now, and we wad hae mair Christian-like kirks ; for I hae been sae lang in England, that naething will drived out o' my head, that the dog-kennel at Osbaldistone Hall is better than mony a house o
第 267 頁 - Paperie — na, na ! — nane could ever say that o' the trades o' Glasgow — Sae they sune came to an agreement to take a' the idolatrous statues of sants (sorrow be on them) out o' their neuks — And sae the bits o...
第 143 頁 - Northumberland ;" the castle is described as follows : — " It stands on an eminence of several acres, sloping gently to the sea, and on the north and north-west edged with precipices in the form of a crescent : .by the western termination of which are three natural stone pyramids of a considerable height, and by the eastern one an opening in the rocks made by the sea, under a frightful precipice, called Rumble Churn, from the breaking...
第 233 頁 - Among those which remain, may be mentioned the Parish Church of South Leith, a Gothic edifice, built previous to the year 1496, and the old church of North Leith, founded in 1493. In the Links, upon the southeast side of the Town, may be seen several mounds, raised for the purpose of planting cannon, by the besieging army, in 1560. The town " is for the most part irregularly and confusedly built, and a great portion of it is extremely filthy, crowded, and inelegant. Some parts of it, again, are the...
第 445 頁 - ... being affected by any sudden or violent shock, or by the weight of the metal running into it. When everything is ready and the metal found to be in a state fit for running, the orifice or mouth of the furnace (which is usually plugged with clay and sand) is opened, when the metal descends, and in a few minutes the mould is filled. The metal is allowed to run till it overflows the mouths of the channels into the mould.
第 234 頁 - ... of the latest species of the Tudor age. It is impossible to designate the architecture of this building by any given or familiar term: for the variety and eccentricity of its parts are not to be defined by any words of common acceptation.
第 267 頁 - Glasgow — Sae they sune came to an agreement to take a' the idolatrous statues of sants (sorrow be on them) out o' their neuks — And sae the bits o' stane idols were broken in pieces by Scripture warrant, and flung into the Molendinar burn, and the auld kirk stood as crouse as a cat when the flaes are kaimed aff her, and a'body was alike pleased.