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The force of them is nost stroncly 1llustrated at Clare ont*; where the walk to the cottace, thouch destitute of any natural advantacos, and eminent for none; though it co..ands no prospect; thouch the water below it is a triflinc pond; thouch it has nothin', in short, but inequality of cround to reco, nond it; is yot the finest part of the terden: for a trove is thiele planter, in a contly culvod direction, all along the side of a hill, and on the edce of a wood, which rises alove it. Large recessos break it into seven al clupe, which henne sown to declivity; some of then approachini, but ronc rouchinc cuice to the bottom. These recesses are so deep, us to forleat orni's in the Lidst of the prove; they penetrato a10ct to the coveat; vui the clie.ps beinc all equally suspended fro... the wood; ui a line of opel lunt:'tion, though some ines narrow, running c stantly along the top; contiration of crove is preservod, and the connexion between tre parts in TOT broken. Even a croupe which near one of the extr'oiitios stands oit quite detached, is still in style so slililar to the rest, as not to 100 l relation. Each of these clu.ps is composil 02 seveal other's stil? ore ultimately united; bach is full of Topes, societimos or no oro tran two trees; sometines of four or five; and now and then in larger clusters: an irregular waving line, issuing iron Soo li'tle Oro, losos it:soli in the next; or a few scatterod troos dron in a more distant succession from the one to the other. The intervuls, vindins hore lik? Claio, and widening thero into broader oponincs, differ in catent, in finuie, ana direction; but all the groupes, tho Lins, and the intervals are cold cted tocother into lar e ceneral clips, ouch of which is at the ho tino both conpact and free, identical and various. z?le whole is a place whorcin to tarry with socure delicht, or suunter wit'ı perpetual anuscuent,
The crove at Lsher Place** was planted hy tho sa...chesterly 'una; but the necessity of accomodating the younc plantation to so: larce tan33 which flow there before, has confined its varicty. The croupes are few and suall; thero was not roon for larger or for more: thoro were no opportunities to form oontinuod narrow clades between opposite lines; tho vacant spaces are therefore chiefly irrecular openin s spreading every nay, and creat differences of distance between the trees are the principal variety; but the crove winds alonc the bank of a larco river, on the side and at the foot or a very suiden ascent, the upper part of wiic is covered with wood. In one place it prosses close to the covert: retiros fro it in anothor; and stretches in a third across a boli rocess, which runs up high into the ticket. The troos sol10 tipes oversprecd the flat below; solletinos leave an open space to the river; at othertimes coown the bron of a large gole, clinbui a steer, or hang on ü contle leclivity. These varieties in the situation 1101'e th: un corponseie noi tha want of variety in the disposition of the ti'ees; and why ha ny circustances which concur
In Eshr's peaceful rove, hero rcnt and nature vie for tollai's love, render this little spot 110.0 CCICOGble til n ergo ct Clare: ont, Tut t'ioich it was right to preseive the tieos illerdy tanding, and not to certifice creat present beuuties tu still creator in miturity; yet this attention has boon @ restraint; and to prove ut clarcont, considere merely as a ***** * Near Esther in Surrey ** Contiguous to Clarezont.