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" ... lines in a forest, we are habituated to them in the hedge-rows of fields ; but neither in wild nor in cultivated nature do we ever see trees equidistant from each other : that regularity belongs to art alone. The distances therefore should be strikingly... "
(Selections From) Observations on Modern Gardening - עמוד 3
מאת Thomas Whately - 1801 - 35 דפים
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Observations on Modern Gardening: Illustrated by Descriptions

Thomas Whately - 1770 - 257 דפים
...varying the diftances, is lefs natural than any ; for though we cannot find ftrait lines in a foreft, we are habituated to them in the hedge-rows of fields...; but neither in wild nor in cultivated nature do we ever fee trees equi-diftant from each other : that regularity belongs to art alone. The diftances...
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The Monthly Review, כרך 44

Ralph Griffiths, George Edward Griffiths - 1771
...varying the diftances, is lefs natural than any ; for though we cannot find ftrait lines in a foreft, we are habituated to them in the hedge-rows of fields; but neither in wild nor in cultivated nature do we ever fee trees equi-diftant from each other : that regularity belongs to art alone. The diftances...
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THE MONTHLY REVIEW

Several Hands - 1771
...varying the diftances, is lefs natural than any ; for though we cannot find ftrait lines in a foreft, We are habituated to them in the hedge-rows of fields ; but neither jn wild "nor in cultivated nature do we ever fee trees equi-diftant from each other : that regularity...
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The Table Book, כרך 1

William Hone - 1827
...broken, without varying the distances, is less natural than any ; for though •we cannot find straight lines in a forest, we are habituated to them in the...; but neither in wild nor in cultivated nature do we ever see trees equidistant from each other : that regularity belongs to art alone. The distances...
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The Table Book..., כרך 1

William Hone - 1827 - 870 דפים
...broken, without varying the distances, is less natural than any ; for though we cannot find straight lines in a forest, we are habituated to them in the hedge-rows of fields ; but neither in wiM nor in cultivated nature do we ever see trees equidistant from each other: that regularity belongs...
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The Every-day Book and Table Book: Or, Everlasting Calandar of Popular ...

William Hone - 1835
...broken, without varying the distances, is less natural than any ; for though we cannot find straight lines in a forest, we are habituated to them in the hedge-rows of fields ; but neither in wiid nor in cultivated nature do we ever see trees equidistant from each other : that regularity belongs...
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The every-day book and table-book; or, Everlasting calendar of ..., כרך 1

William Hone - 1837
...is less natural than any ; for though we cannot find straight lines in a forest, we are Inbituated to them in the hedge-rows of fields ; but neither in wild nor in cultivated nature do we ever see trees equidistant from each other: that regularity belongs to art alone. The distances...
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The Every-day Book and Table Book: Or, Everlasting Calendar of ..., כרך 3

William Hone - 1838
...broken, without varyiug the distances, is less natural than any ; for though we cannot find straight lines in a forest, we are habituated to them in the...; but neither in wild nor in cultivated nature do we ever see trees equidistant from each other : that regularity belongs to art alone. The distances...
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A Dictionary of Modern Gardening

George William Johnson - 1847 - 635 דפים
...broken, without varying the distances, is less natural than any; for though we cannot find straight lines in a forest, we are habituated to them in the...; but neither in wild nor in cultivated nature do we ever see trees equidistant from each other; that regularity belongs to art alone. The distances,...
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The Garden as Considered in Literature by Certain Polite Writers

Walter Howe - 1890 - 309 דפים
...broken, without varying the distances, is less natural than any; for though we cannot find straight lines in a forest, we are habituated to them in the...; but neither in wild nor in cultivated nature do we ever see trees equi-distant from each other : that regularity belongs to art alone. The distances...
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