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" Had you seen but these roads before they were made, You'd lift up your hands and bless Marshal Wade. "
Scribbleomania: Or, The Printer's Devil's Polichronicon. A Sublime Poem - Pągina 89
per William Henry Ireland - 1815 - 341 pągines
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The Living Age ..., Volum 79

1863
...rebellion of that year. There was an old epigram in vogue at the end of the last century : — " Had you seen these roads before they were made, You'd lift up your hands, and bless General Wade!" The apparent Ilibernicism was forgiven on account of the usefulness of the roads ; for...
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A Tour in Tartan-land

Cuthbert Bede - 1863 - 430 pągines
...poet by the following verses, which preclude the necessity of saying he was an Irishman : — Had you seen these roads before they were made, You'd lift up your hands and bless Marshal Wade.'* Although the road is still ' a stern, and lone, yet lovely road,' we may traverse it...
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A tour in Tartan-land, by Cuthbert Bede

Edward Bradley - 1863
...poet by the following verses, which preclude the necessity of saying he was an Irishman : — Had you seen these roads before they were made, You'd lift up your hands and bless Marshal Wade.'* Although the road is still ' a stern, and lone, yet lovely road,' we may traverse it...
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The life of Thomas Telford, civil engineer, with an intr. history of roads ...

Samuel Smiles - 1867
...high and rugged mountains. An old epigram in vogue at the end of last century ran thus : — " Had you seen these roads before they were made, You'd lift up your hands and bless General Wade ! " Being constructed by soldiers for military purposes, they were first known as "military...
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The Life of Thomas Telford, Civil Engineer: With an Introductory History of ...

Samuel Smiles - 1867 - 331 pągines
...high and nigged mountains. An old epigram in vogue at the end of last century ran thus : — " Had you seen these roads before they were made, You'd lift up your hands and bless General Wade ! " Being constructed by soldiers for military purposes, they were first known as "military...
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Collections Historical & Archaeological Relating to ..., Volum 32

Powys-land Club - 1902
...praise was sung by an Irish officer stationcd at Fort William, in the well-known lincs : " If yon'd seen these roads before they were made, You'd lift up your hands, and bless Gencral Wade." 8 A. Ho well, Mont. Coll., viii. 314. 4 Mont. Coll., vi. 200. >X \ I • a « \ •...
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Rambles roundabout and poems, ed. by E. Dicey

George James De Wilde - 1872
...but the second very much resembles that wellknown Hibernicism about General Wade : — " If you had seen these roads before they were made, You'd lift up your hands and bless General Wade." Supposing both inscriptions to refer to the tower, it is curious enough that the re-building...
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Round about Bradford: A Series of Sketches (descriptive and Semi-historical ...

William Cudworth (of Bradford, Eng.) - 1876 - 534 pągines
...indeed strangely altered ; and as to the roads ! Well, they remind one of the old couplet, " If you'd seen these roads before they were made, You'd lift up your hands and bless General Wadu." Old inhabitants tell us that Squire Field's usual turn-out of four horses was often...
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Rambles Roundabout: And Poems

George James De Wilde - 1878 - 256 pągines
...but the second very much resembles that wellknown Hibernicism about General Wade : — " If you had seen these roads before they were made, You'd lift up your hands and bless General Wade." Supposing both inscriptions to refer to the tower, it is curious enough that the re-building...
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Once a Week

Eneas Sweetland Dallas - 1869
...quoted, or rather misquoted ; which, when first published in Grose's Olio (p. 185), ran thus: — Had you seen these roads before they were made. You'd lift up your hands and bless Marshal Wade. The author of this couplet was General Caul5*6 527 field, who (it is superfluous to say)...
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