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" A more dreadful road cannot be imagined. I was obliged to hire two men at one place to support my chaise from overturning. Let me persuade all travellers to avoid this terrible country, which must either dislocate their bones with broken pavements, or... "
A History of the English Railway, Its Social Relations and Revelations: 1820 ... - Page 28
by John Francis - 1851
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A Treatise on Roads: Wherein the Principles on which Roads Should be Made ...

Sir Henry Parnell - Roads - 1833 - 438 pages
...impossible to describe these infernal roads in terms adequate to their deserts. To Newcastle. Turnpike. — A more dreadful road cannot be imagined. I was obliged...with broken pavements, or bury them in muddy sand. " It is only bad management that Can occasion such very miserable roads, in a country so abounding...
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A treatise on roads

Henry Brooke Parnell (1st baron Congleton.) - 1833
...to describe these infernal roads in terms adequate to their deserts. To Nevcrfiftif. Turnpike, — A more dreadful road cannot be imagined. I was obliged...hire two men at one place to support my chaise from ores-turning. Let me persuade all travellers to avoid this terrible country, which must either dislocate...
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A Treatise on Roads: Wherein the Principles on which Roads Should be Made ...

Sir Henry Parnell - Roads - 1833 - 438 pages
...to support my chaise from Let me persuade all travellers to c 4 overturning. 24 A TREATISE ON ROADS. avoid this terrible country, which must either dislocate their bones with broken pavements, or buiy them in muddy sand. " It is only bad management that can occasion such very miserable roads, in...
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A Treatise on Roads: Wherein the Principles on which Roads Should be Made ...

Sir Henry Parnell - Roads - 1838 - 465 pages
...impossible to describe these infernal roads in terms adequate to their deserts. To Newcastle. Turnpike. — A more dreadful road cannot be imagined. I was obliged...with broken pavements, or- bury them in muddy sand. " It is only bad management that can occasion such very miserable roads, in a country so abounding...
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The Visitor: Or Monthly Instructor

1838
...three carts, broken down, in these eighteen miles of execrable memory. To Newcastle. Turnpike. — A more dreadful road cannot be imagined. I was obliged...country, which must either dislocate their bones, or bury them in muddy sand." It might be easy to multiply quotations in proof of the state of travelling...
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, Volume 21

1850
...break-down, dislocating road, ruts cut through a pavement must be.' " He says'of a road near Newcastle, ' A more dreadful road cannot be imagined. I was obliged...support my chaise from overturning. Let me persuade all travelers to avoid this terrible country, which must either dislocate their bones with broken pavements,...
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Railway Economy: A Treatise on the New Art of Transport, Its Management ...

Dionysius Lardner - Railroads - 1850 - 528 pages
...parts of the north of England better. He says of a road near Newcastle, now superseded by a railway, " A more dreadful road cannot be imagined. I was obliged...with broken pavements, or bury them in muddy sand. It is only bad management that can occasion such very miserable roads in a country so abounding with...
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Railway Economy: A Treatise on the New Art of Transport, Its Management ...

Dionysius Lardner - Railroads - 1850 - 528 pages
...parts of the north of England better. He says of a road near Newcastle, now superseded by a railway, " A more dreadful road cannot be imagined. I was obliged...all travellers to avoid this terrible country, which most either dislocate their bones with broken pavements, or bury them in muddy sand. It is only bad...
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The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 21

1850
...dislocating road, ruts cut through a pavement must be.' " He says of а гожГ near Newcastle, ' Л more dreadful road cannot be imagined. I was obliged...support my chaise from overturning. Let me persuade all travelers to avoid this terrible country, which mut cither dislocate their bones with broken pavements,...
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Railway Economy a Treatise on the New Art of Transport

1850
...obliged to hire two men atone place to support my chaise from overturning. Let me persuade all travelers to avoid this terrible country, which must either...with broken pavements, or bury them in muddy sand. It is only bad management that can occasion such very miserable roads in a country so abounding with...
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