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DANC: During the seven mile carriage ride from North Walsham to Riding Thorpe Manor, Watson enjoyed the scenery: "...there was much around to interest us, for we were passing through as singular a countryside as any in England, where a few scattered cottages represented the population of to-day, while on every hand enourmous csquare-towered chruches bristled up from the flat green landscape and told of the glory and prosperity of old East Anglia. At last the violet rim of the German Ocean appeard over the green edge of the Norfolk coast, and the driver pointed with his whip to two old bridk and tmber gables which projected from a grove of trees. 'That's Riding Thorpe Manor,' said he."
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