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" Excepting the streets and avenues and a small part of the ground adjoining the public buildings, the whole place is covered with trees. To be under the necessity of going through a deep wood for one or two miles, perhaps, in order to see a next-door neighbor,... "
The Monthly Visitor, and Entertaining Pocket Companion - Page 413
1800
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The Antijacobin Review: And Protestant Advocate: Or, Monthly ..., Volume 2

1799
...the inhabitants of WASHINGTON are " under the neceflity of going through a deep wood, for two miles, to fee a next door neighbour, and in the fame city,...is a curious, and, I believe, a novel circumftance ;" and the roads are fo bad — " That on going from Elkton to the Sufquehannah ferry, the driver frequently...
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The Monthly review. New and improved ser

1799
...ground adjoining the public buildings, the whole place и covered with tree«. To be under the necessity of going through a deep wood for one or two miles, perhaps, in order to tee a next door neighbour, and in the same city, is a curious, and, I belkre, a novel circumstance....
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Epistles, Odes, and Other Poems

Thomas Moore - English poetry - 1806 - 341 pages
...affectation, they have styled the Tiber. It was originally called GooseCreek. § " To be under the necessity of going through a deep wood for one or two miles, perhaps, in order to see a next-door neighbour, and in the same city is a curious, and, I believe, a novel, circumstance."...
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The Monthly Review

1806
....they have styled the Tiber. It was originally called Goose Creek.' ' f " To be under the necessity of going through a deep wood for one or two miles, perhaps, in order to see a next-door neighbour, and in the ssme city, is a carious and I belitve a novel circumstance."...
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Travels Through the States of North America: And the Provinces of ..., Volume 1

Isaac Weld - Canada - 1807
...ground adjoining the public buildings, the whole place is covered with trees. To be under the necessity of going through a deep wood for one or two miles, perhaps, in order to see a next door neighbour,' and in the same city, is a curious, and, I believe, a novel circumstance....
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The works of Thomas Moore, comprehending all his melodies, ballads ..., Volume 2

Thomas Moore - 1823
...they have styled the Tiber. It was originally called Goose-Creek. •)• " To be under the necessity of going through a deep •wood for one or two miles, perhaps, in order to see a nextdoor neighbour and in the same city, is a curious, and I believe a novel cireumstance."—WELD,...
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The Works of Thomas Moore: Epistles, odes, and other poems

Thomas Moore - 1823
...they have styled the Tiber. It was originally called Goose-Creek. •j- " To be under the necessity of going through a deep wood for one or two miles, perhaps, in order to see ;i nextdoor neighbour and in the same city, is a curious, and I believe a novel circumstance."...
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The Poetical Works of Thomas Moore, Including Melodies, Ballads, Etc

Thomas Moore - 1835 - 419 pages
...affectation, they have styled the Tiber. It wi originally called Goose-Creek. 4 "To be under the necessity < y of going through a deep wood for one or two miles, perhaps, in order to see a next door neighbour, and in the siime city, is a curious, and 1 b lieve a novel circumstance."...
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The Poetical Works of Thomas Moore: Including His Melodies, Ballads, Etc ...

Thomas Moore - 1838 - 419 pages
...affectation, they have styled the Tiber. It was originally railed (iooee-Croek. 4 "To be «nder iho nect*ni(y of going through a deep wood for one or two miles, perhaps, m order to we a next door neighbour, and in the »«mo city, is a curious, and I belifve a novel circumstance."...
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The Poetical Works of Thomas Moore, Volume 2

Thomas Moore - 1840
...affectation, they have styled the Tiber. It was originally called Goose-Creek. \ " To be under the necessity of going through a deep wood for one or two miles, perhaps, in order to see a next-door neighbour, and in the same city, is a curious and, I believe, a novel circumstance."...
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