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moft every where a precipice, a very extenfivc
Caftle rifes to a furprizing height, in fize like
a little city, extremely well fortified, and
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103 HENTZNERI Itinerarium.

manis autcm primo conditum, ex lateribus
illis Britannicis in Sacello, quibus ufi funt in
fuis fubftra6tionibus, verfimile eft. GulieL Cam"
den. in Britannia*

Hie fumto prandio, A N G L I A M reliquimus.



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thick fet with towers, and feems to threaten
the fea beneath : Matthew Paris calls it, the
door and key of England ; the ordinary people
have taken it into their heads, that it was built
by Julius Caefar, it is likely it might by the
Romans, from thofe Britifli bricks in the
Chapel, which they made ufe of in their
foundations : See CamhderCs Britannia.

After we had dined, we took leave of
ENGLAND.



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