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" The general face of the country is certainly pleasing, being diversified with gentle ascents, and little winding vallies, covered for the most part with large spreading trees, which afford a succession of leaves in all seasons. In those places where trees... "
A universal gazetteer; or, Geographical dictionary of the world - Page 159
by George Landmann - 1835 - 500 pages
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A Treatise on the Wealth, Power, and Resources of the British Empire ...

Patrick Colquhoun - Finance - 1814 - 568 pages
...inland runs nearly in a North direction further than the eye can reach. The general face of the country is diversified with gentle risings and small winding...which afford a succession of leaves in all seasons, while in those lands which are divested of wood are found a great variety of flowery shrubs almost...
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A Universal Gazetteer; Or, Geographical Dictionary: Founded on the Works of ...

George Landmann - Gazetteers - 1836 - 872 pages
...long chain of lofty hills, named the Blue mountains, about 40 m inland, runs nearly in а к and з direction ; along the skirt of which the Nepean flows...winter ; storms of thunder and lightning are frequent, hut the atmosphere is generally bright ami clear. The quadrupeds are principally of the opossum kind,...
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History of New South Wales from the Records, Volume 1

George Burnett Barton - Australia - 1889 - 756 pages
...the country is certainly pleasing, being diversified with gentle ascents and little winding Tallies, covered for the most part with large spreading trees, which afford a sucee*sion of leaves in all seasons. In those places where trees are scarce. .1 variety of flowering...
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History of New South Wales from the Records, Volume 1

George Burnett Barton - Australia - 1889 - 752 pages
...the country is certainly pleasing, being diversified with gentle ascents and little winding vallies, covered for the most part with large spreading trees,...which afford a succession of leaves in all seasons. In those places where trees are scarce, a variety of flowering shrubs abound, most of them entirely...
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Landprints: Reflections on Place and Landscape

George Seddon - Architecture - 1998 - 300 pages
...the country is certainly pleasing, being diversified with gentle ascents, and little winding vallies, covered for the most part with large spreading trees,...which afford a succession of leaves in all seasons. In those places where trees are scarce, a variety of flowering shrubs abound, most of them entirely...
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