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The Visitors' New Guide to the Spa of Leamington Priors, and Its Vicinity ... - Page 203
by William Thomas Moncrieff - 1824 - 318 pages
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Kenilworth;: A Romance, Volume 2

Sir Walter Scott - Great Britain - 1821 - 351 pages
...whose history, could Ambition have lent ear to it, might have read a lesson to the haughty favourite, who had now acquired and was augmenting the fair domain....Caesar, perhaps from its resemblance to that in the Tower.of London so called. Some antiquaries ascribed its foundation to the time of Kenelph, from whom...
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The Literary and Scientific Repository, and Critical Review, Volume 2

Charles Kitchell Gardner - 1821
...whose history, could ambition have lent ear to it, might have read a lesson to the haughty favourite, who had now acquired and was augmenting the fair domain....uncertain, though great antiquity. It bore the name of Csesar, perhaps from its resemblance to that in the tower of London so called. Some antiquaries ascribed...
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Kenilworth. By the author of 'Waverley'.

sir Walter Scott (bart.) - 1821
...whose history, could Ambition have lent ear to it , might have read a lesson to the haughty favourite, who had now acquired and was augmenting the fair domain....uncertain though great antiquity. It bore the name of Ceesar , perhaps from its resemblance to that in the Tower of London so called. Some antiquaries ascribed...
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The Abbot: Being a Sequel of The Monastery

Sir Walter Scott - 1821 - 285 pages
...whose history, could ambition have lent car to it, miirht have read a lesson to the haughty favourite, who had now acquired and was augmenting the fair domain. A large and massy keep, which formed the citadel of the casile, was of uncertain thoueh great antiquity. It bore...
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The Saturday Magazine, Volume 1

Periodicals - 1833
...whose history, could ambition have lent ear to it, might have read a lesson to the haughty favourite, -who had now acquired and was augmenting the fair...formed the citadel of the castle, was of uncertain thotigh great antiquity. It bore the name of Caesar, perhaps from its resemblance to that in the Tower...
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The Saturday magazine

1833
...whose history, could ambition have lent ear to it, might have read a lesson to the haughty favourite, who had now acquired and was augmenting the fair domain....keep, which formed the citadel of the castle, was ef uncertain though great antiquity. It bore the name of Ciesar, perhaps from its resemblance to that...
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The castles and abbeys of England

William Beattie - 1842
...augmenting, this fair domain. A large and massive keep — (that already described as Caesar's Tower) which formed the citadel of the castle, was of uncertain though great antiquity — it bore the name of Csesar, probably from its resemblance to that in the Tower of London so called. The external wall of...
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Black's picturesque tourist and road-book of England and Wales

1843
...it, might hare read a lesson to the haughty favourite who had acquired, and was now augmenting, this fair domain. A large and massive keep, which formed...uncertain though great antiquity. It bore the name of Cœsar, probably from its resemblance to that in the Tower of London so called. * * * The external...
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Waverley novels. (Abbotsford ed.).

1844
...whose history, could Ambition have lent ear to it, might have read a lesson to the haughty favourite, who had now acquired and was augmenting the fair domain....uncertain though great antiquity. It bore the name of Cassar, perhaps from its resemblance to that in the Tower of London so called. Some antiquaries ascribe...
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The castles and abbeys of England, Volume 1

William Beattie - Abbeys - 1844
...augmenting, this fair domain. A large and massive keep — [that already described as Cajsar's Tower] — which formed the citadel of the castle, was of uncertain...though great antiquity : it bore the name of Caesar, probably from its resemblance to that in the Tower of London so called. The external wall of this royal...
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