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" ... uncomfortable parts of the year, and have frequently se-veral days in November and January that are as agreeable as any in the finest months. At such times, therefore, I think there could not be a greater pleasure than to walk in such a winter garden... "
The Florist, Fruitist, and Garden Miscellany - Seite 331
1860
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The Spectator, Band 7

1718
...be a greawi- Pleafare, than to walk in fuch a WtnterGarden as I have propofed. In the Summer-Seafbn the whole Country blooms, and is a kind of Garden, for which reafbn we are not fo fenfible of thofe Beauties that at this time may be every where met with ; but...
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Harrison's British Classicks, Band 5

1786
...be a greater pleafure, than to walk in fuch a winter-garden as I have propoled. In the fummer feafon the whole country blooms, and is a kind of garden, for which reafon we are not fo fenfible of thofe beauties that at this rme may he every where met with; but when...
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The British Essayists: The Spectator

Alexander Chalmers - 1802
...think there could not be a greater pleasure than to walk in such a winter garden as I have proposed. In the summer season the whole country blooms, and...sensible of those beauties that at this time may be every where met with; but when nature is in her desolation, and presents us with nothing but bleak...
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Select British Classics, Band 17

1803
...think there could not be a greater pleasure, than to walk in such a Winter-garden as I have proposed. In the summer season the whole country blooms, and...sensible ;of those beauties that at this time may be every where met with ; but when nature is in her desolation, and presents us with nothing but bleak...
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The works of ... Joseph Addison, collected by mr. Tickell

Joseph Addison - 1804
...think there could not be a greater pleasure, than to walk in such a M'inter-garden as I have proposed. In the summer season the whole country blooms, and...sensible of those beauties that at this time may be every where met with ; but when Nature is in her desolation, and presents us with nothing but bleak...
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Selections from the Spectator, Tatler, Guardian, and Freeholder: Selections ...

Joseph Addison, Sir Richard Steele - 1804
.... plcasurt, pleasure, than to walk in such a winter-garden as I have proposed. In the summer-season the whole country blooms, and is a kind of garden...sensible of those beauties that at this time may be every where met with ; but when nature is in her desolation, and presents us with nothing but bleak...
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The Climate of Great Britain; Or: Remarks on the Change it Has Undergone ...

Esq. John Williams - 1806 - 360 Seiten
...think there could not be a greater pleasure than to walk in such a Winter garden as I have proposed. In the Summer season the whole country blooms, and...sensible of those beauties that, at this time, may be every where met with ; but when Nature is in her desolation, and presents us with nothing but bleak...
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The British Essayists, Band 13

Alexander Chalmers - 1808
...think there could not be a greater plea* sure than to walk in such a winter garden as I huve proposed. In the summer season the whole country blooms, and...reason we are not so sensible of those beauties that at thia time may be every where met with; but when nature is in her desolation, and presents us with nothing...
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The Spectator, Band 8

Joseph Addison, Sir Richard Steele - 1810
...think there could not be a greater pleasure than to walk in such a winter garden as I have proposed. In the summer season the whole country blooms, and...sensible of those beauties that at this time may be every where met with; but when nature is in her desolation, and presents us with nothing but bleak...
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The Spectator, Bände 166-167

1941
...think there could not be a greater pleasure than to walk in such a winter garden as I have proposed. In the summer season the whole country blooms, and...sensible of those beauties that at this time may be every where met with; but when nature is in her desolation, and presents us with nothing but bleak...
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