Youth's Magazine, 3rd ser. 4 (1831), 397–98.
Cave of the Giant's Causeway, Ireland
Describes the cave and the basalt from which it is formed. Observes its resemblance to gothic architecture, remarking that 'ideas of sublimity are necessarily associated with such a subject' and that such scenes probably inspired 'the ancient Gothic architects' (398).
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