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" Ouse ; but that part which is on the east side is twice as large as that on the west. The great tower at Lendal had a chain of iron to cast over the river, then another tower, and so on to Bootham Bar; from thence to Monk Bar ten towers, and to Layerthorpe... "
A New Description of York, Containing Some Account of Its Antiquities ... - Página 48
1830
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A Description of York: Containing Some Account of Its Antiquities, Public ...

George W. Todd - 1811 - 91 páginas
...respecting their former and present slate :— " The City of York is divided by the river Ouse - r but that part which is on the east side is twice as groat as that on the west. The great tower at Lendall had a chain of iron, to cast over the river;...
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The Stranger's Guide Through the City of York, and Its Cathedral ...

1825 - 152 páginas
...in a state of defence, and are thus described at that period by Leland, in his Itinerary : — •" The city of York is divided by the river Ouse ; but...twice as large as that on the west. The great tower at Lendall had a chain of iron to cast over the river, then another tower, and so to Bootham-bar; from...
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Ancient and modern York; a guide

Robert Rouière Pearce - 1841 - 164 páginas
...wrote AD 1520, gives the following description of the walls of York in the reign of Henry VIII. : — " The city of York is divided by the river Ouse ; but that part which is on the east side, is thrice as large as that on the west. The great tower at Lendal had a chain of iron to cast over the...
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The land we live in, a pictorial and literary sketch-book of the British empire

British empire - 1847
...formidable appearance in the time of Henry VIII. ; for Leland gives the following account of it:— " The great tower at Lendal had a chain of iron to cast over the river, then another tower, and so on to Bootham Bar ; from thence to Monk Bar ten towers, and to Layerthorpe Postern four towers; for...
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The Land We Live in: Scotland, Ireland and the Devonshire coast

1856
...formidable appearance in the time of Henry VIII.; for Leland gives the following account of it : — " The great tower at Lendal had a chain of iron to cast over the river, then another tower, and so on to Bootham Bar ; from thence to Monk Bar ten towers, and to Layerthorpe Postern four towers; for...
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Shaw's Tourist's Picturesque Guide to Great Britain and Ireland: Specially ...

George Shaw - 1879 - 372 páginas
...the following description, which, allowing for some unimportant alterations, is still true : — " The city of York is divided by the river Ouse ; but...to cast over the river, then another tower, and so on to Bootham Bar; from thence to Monk Bar ten towers, and to Layerthorpe Postern [since removed] four...
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The Martial Annals of the City of York

Caesar Caine, Cæsar Caine - 1893 - 287 páginas
...literature, gives a careful description of them, which, greatly simplified, may be read as follows : " The city of York is divided by the river Ouse, but that part which is on the east side is twice as great as that on the west. The great tower at K Lendall 1 had a chain of iron to cast over the river...
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