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“It was tiny; a peaceful backwater of a dozen houses, several of them farms, tucked into the sheltering fell-side and strung along a quiet little road that led nowhere in particular -- to a neighbouring village some miles away or branching up the hillside to the high country hundreds of feet above.”
“He seemed oblivious of my presence as he stood, breathing deeply, gazing at the heathery fell-side that dropped away from the roadside to the beck far below, then after a few moments he turned to me and raised his hat gravely.”
“There Castus pointed out to Hadrian the track of Dere Street -- the road of Agricola -- that seemed to flutter like some white butterfly up the distant and opposite fell-side crowned by the Wannys 'heights -- birthplace of the river Wansbeck.”
“The perilous fen-paths where the stream of the fell-side”
“She a'most lives on the fell-side, but it don't make her look as brisk as I should like.”
“He at least had rubbed off some of the native fell-side mould by rolling about foreign parts, gathering experience if not moss, and becoming rich in knowledge if not in guineas; but Keziah, who had spent the last twenty years of her life in close attendance on a paralytic old mother, had stiffened as she stood, and the local mould encrusting her was very thick.”
“On which she bustled up, and Alick, escorted by her, went through the house and on to the fell-side.”
“After he had done what he wished to do in the village, he went up the fell-side road to Windy Brow, and, obeying his instructions, asked when he got there "if Miss Leonora Darley was at home.”
“He had driven in a crazy old gig from Wigton, and the nine miles which lay between that not too brilliant town and the desolate fell-side hamlet which he had been so fain to make his own spiritual domain had not been such as disposed him to a cheerful view of things.”
“So the sad days wore on, and the fell-side air had not yet brisked up”
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