The Channel Islands - Beautiful Britain series

The Channel Islands Beautiful Britain series Mont Orgueil Castle and there is hardly a pleasanter spot in Jersey in which to idle away a sunny summer afternoon we shall realize completely than geography books can tell us that the Channel Islands

  • Title: The Channel Islands - Beautiful Britain series
  • Author: Joseph E. Morris
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  • Page: 310
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  • Mont Orgueil Castle and there is hardly a pleasanter spot in Jersey in which to idle away a sunny summer afternoon we shall realize completely than geography books can tell us that the Channel Islands really constitute the last remnants of the ancient Norman dukedom that still belong to the English Crown For there, across the water, not than twenty miles away, aMont Orgueil Castle and there is hardly a pleasanter spot in Jersey in which to idle away a sunny summer afternoon we shall realize completely than geography books can tell us that the Channel Islands really constitute the last remnants of the ancient Norman dukedom that still belong to the English Crown For there, across the water, not than twenty miles away, and stretching from north of Carteret far southwards towards Granville and Mont St Michel, is the long white line of the Norman coast itself on a clear day it is even possible to make out the tall, twin spires of Coutances, half a dozen miles inland, crowning, like Lincoln or Ely, their far seen hill.

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    1. Free download available at Project Gutenberg.Page 6:Contrast with this proximity the long stretches of open sea that separate these islands from Weymouth or Southampton, and we begin to realize how, physically at any rate, Jersey is more properly France than England:Elle est pour nous la France, et, dans son lit des fleurs,Elle en a le sourire et quelquefois les pleurs.Page 9 - THE CASQUET ROCKS AND LIGHTHOUSE.This group of rocks lies N.N.E. of Guernsey, and is passed by the steamers which serve [...]


    2. I. Jersey - Opening: If on a fine day we take our stand on one of the terraces, or battlements, of Mont Orgueil Castle—and there is hardly a pleasanter spot in Jersey in which to idle away a sunny summer afternoon—we shall realize more completely than geography books can tell us that the Channel Islands really constitute the last remnants of the ancient Norman dukedom that still belong to the English Crown.Mount Orgueil Castle is a lofty pile,Within the Easterne parts of Jersy Isle,Seated up [...]



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