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" Maypole was an old building, with more gable ends than a lazy man would care to count on a sunny day ; huge zigzag chimneys, out of which it seemed as though even smoke could not choose but come in more than naturally fantastic shapes, imparted to it... "
Barnaby Rudge - Pągina 1
per Charles Dickens - 1908 - 653 pągines
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The Saint Petersburg English Review of Literature, the Arts and ..., Volum 1

1842
...which term from henceforth is meant the house, and not its sign — the Maypole was an old building, •with more gable ends than a lazy man would care...sunny day ; huge zig-zag chimneys, out of which it seemVOL. I. 60 ed as though even smoke could not choose but come in more than naturally fantastic shapes,...
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The Living Age, Volum 308

1921
...loved beautiful things: it is built of warm red brick; it has, as Dickens wrote of the Maypole Inn, 'more gable ends than a lazy man would care to count on a sunny day'; there is a secret passage, antique furniture.and a wonderful set of pewter to delight the heart of...
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The Novels and Tales of Charles Dickens, (Boz.).

Charles Dickens - 1849
...meant the house, and not its sign — the Maypole was an old building, with more gable-ends than u lazy man would care to count on a sunny day ; huge zig-zag chimneys, out of whirl) it seemed as though even smoke could not choose hut come in more than naturally fantastic shapes,...
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The Merrie Days of England: Sketches of the Olden Time

Edward McDermott (of Camberwell, Eng.?) - 1859 - 160 pągines
...May-pole, by Charles Dickens, in his ftory of " Barnaby Rudge:"— " The May-pole was an old building with more gable ends than a lazy man would care to count on a funny day; huge zigzag chimneys, out of which it feemed as though even fmoke could not choofe but come...
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Illustrious Women who Have Distinguished Themselves for Virtue, Piety, and ...

George Frederick Pardon - 1861 - 348 pągines
...the beautiful was increased by her new home. It was an ancient mansion, picturesque and spacious, " with more gable ends than a lazy man would care to count on a summer's day." Wandering through the old rooms, or looking toward the vast expanse of ocean, or up...
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Barnaby Rudge, And, Hard Times: With Ten Illustrations

Charles Dickens - 1868 - 559 pągines
...which term from henceforth is meant the house, and not its sign — the Maypole was an old building, with more gable ends than a lazy man would care to...place was said to have been built in the days of King Heury the Eighth ; and there was a legend, not only that Queen Elizabeth had slept there one night...
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Pickwick papers. Barnaby Rudge. Sketches by Boz

Charles Dickens - 1868
...which term from henceforth Is meant the house, and not its sign — the Maypole was an old building, with more gable ends than a lazy man would care to...day ; huge zig-zag chimneys, out of which it seemed ae though even smoke could not choose but come in more than naturally fantastic shapes, Imparted to...
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Barnaby Rudge

Charles Dickens - 1874
...henceforth is meant the house, and not its sign—the Maypole was an old building, with more gable-ends than a lazy man would care to count on a sunny day...stables, gloomy, ruinous, and empty. The place was said VOL. I. B to have been built in the days of King Henry the Eighth ; and there was a legend, not only...
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Works of Charles Dickens

Charles Dickens - 1874
...which term from henceforth is meant the house, and not its sign — the Maypole was an old building, with more gable ends than a lazy man would care to...naturally fantastic shapes, imparted to it in its tortnous progress ; and vast stables, gloomy, ruinous, and empty. The place was said to have been built...
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The Dickens Dictionary: A Key to the Characters and Principal ..., Volum 30

Gilbert Ashville Pierce, William Adolphus Wheeler - 1872 - 573 pągines
...with a very strong reliance upou his own merits. The Maypole was an old building with more gable-ends than a lazy man would care to count on a sunny day; hnge zigzag chimneys, out of which it seemed as if smoke could not choose but come in more than naturally...
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