Exeter, from Trew's Weir ([1855?])

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Devon West Country Studies S SC0765
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SC0765
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Date
[1855?]
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Knight, Charles. The land we live in . London: C. Knight, 1848-50. Vol. XIII: Knight's excursion companion: Exeter and the south-eastern coast of Devonshire. p. 9.[…]. We must not quit Exeter without referring to its walks, on which the inhabitants very justly pride themselves. […]. On the outside of the city very charming strolls may be taken in almost any direction. […]. The footpaths along the meadows by the Exe also yield a most pleasant ramble. The Exe is here a broad stream, and the scenery along it, though not very striking, is very pleasing: while the weirs that here and there are met with, add occasional vivacity to its quiet beauty.[Text may be taken from a different source or edition than that listed as the source by Somers Cocks.]
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Steel l.ngr vign
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60x98mm
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No. 626
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1855