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The Topographer says he "describes with the language of a master, the artless scenes of uncultivated nature."
The old topographer informs us that in the time of Richard II.
Surely Thackeray, especially in the “Ballads,” mentions many places not alluded to by the new topographer.
LOST LEADERSANDREW LANG
And the feature which strikes the topographer is of course that which would naturally give the name.
We pursued them through passages and halls whose confused arrangement would craze the best military topographer.
SARAGOSSABENITO PREZ GALDS
The topographer Gough, writing about 1780, declared that the late Dr. Stebbing had as a young man participated in the controversy.
Long after he had become famous as a topographer, Brayley continued his enamel work.
"Certainly," replied the topographer, and drawing his hand from his pocket, he showed it open to the boy.
THE BOY WITH THE U. S. SURVEYFRANCIS ROLT-WHEELER
The assistant topographer of the party, to whom the boy was next introduced, was a great surprise.
THE BOY WITH THE U. S. SURVEYFRANCIS ROLT-WHEELER
And Roger thought it promised well for the cheerfulness of the party to find the chief and the topographer on joking terms.
THE BOY WITH THE U. S. SURVEYFRANCIS ROLT-WHEELER

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