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Highways and by-ways

Webster, Benjamin

Highways and by-ways

a farce in two acts

by Webster, Benjamin

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Published by E.B. Clayton, C. Neal in New York, Philadelphia .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesHighways and by ways.
Statementby Benjamin Webster.
SeriesEnglish and American drama of the nineteenth century
ContributionsDaniel, George, 1789-1864.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination36 p.
Number of Pages36
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17465640M
OCLC/WorldCa9092729

Why was not Winchester—so important in Roman times, and, later, the capital of Wessex—preferred? Reforms and improvements, all through the world's history, have always been cruelly destructive. It was a miserable voyage. At the Savoy you may get a very nice dinner for a guinea; they have a wonderful chef; and in the enormous dining-hall of the Cecil, most of the great public banquets are given. Successive fire and ravage have obliterated all traces of it. The daily volume of air traffic around our country is staggering.

An added benefit of exploring on foot is the exercise. By old London Bridge Wat Tyler entered with his rebels; by it Jack Cade invaded the city though his head, for that matter, soon Highways and by-ways book its gate-houseand here London was wont, with pageant and ceremonial, to welcome her kings. The great temporal power of the Church in London, that held sway during long centuries, is vanished, forgotten, supplanted as if it had never been. If any transgressed these laws, they were brought before the Mayor and Aldermen. A delightful byway, indeed, is this parish church of Cripplegate! And the love of London stones, once acquired, never leaves the devotee.

The little bit of vivid colour in the sunny churchyard it Highways and by-ways book part rectory garden, and is divided by a public path sinceaffords a standing rebuke to the unbelievers who say gaily that "nothing will grow" in London. When the church was founded, it is said that a pedlar left an acre of land to the parish, on condition that a picture of himself, his pack and his dog, should be preserved in the church. So many people, for instance, have committed suicide from it, that it has been called the "English Bridge of Sighs. Soho as widely from its adjacent Bloomsbury?


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