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plantation, is in delicacy of taste, and fertility of invention, suporlor to that at shor.
Both were carly essays in the modern art of cardeninci ani, portups from an eagerness to shew the effect, the tips in both were place too near tocether: thouch they are still far short othoil crowth, they aro run up into poles, and the proves are already pust their price; but t'ie teuptation to plant for such & purpose no longer exists, 107 that experience has justified tho experient. If, however, we still have not patience to wait, it is possible to secui's botiü presont and a fuliu'! effect, by sixint first on a disposition which ill be beautiful won tho trees are larce, and then inter.incling another wich is acreouble while they are small. These occasional trees uro horesis or to be talen uvay and must be removed in ti..c, bofore they become prejudicial to the others..
The consequence of variety in the disposition, is Variot; in the licht and shade of the trove; which may be improved by the choice of the trees. Sore ale impenetrable to the fiercest sun-boui; dobers let in re and there a ray between the largo masss of their toliaue; and others, thin both of bouchs and or leaves, only chequer to crouri. Velty' Cecrue of licht and shade, froni a Clare to obscurity, nay be wanaced, partly hy the number, and partly by tho texture od the trocs. Direz'encos only in the mannor' or their crowths have also corcero cine effects; there is a closeness under those whose branches descend lor, and sprogd widic; a space and liberty where the arch above is lich; unü laecuent transitions from the one to the ot' or are very plousins. liese still 910 not 11 the varieties of which tie irtorici of a clove is cupuble: taces indeed, whose brunches nearly reacli the (Iouni, beincci a sort of thicket, are in00110istent with an open plantation: but touch sole o tle wheracteristic distinctions are thorob excluded, other virietios 1.01'0 linute succeed in their place; for the 11:00doll of passe thi'ouchout brilles every tree in its turn near to the eye, and subjects oven uitleroncos in foliace to observation. These, slint us the lo sco.., arc CIOable when they occur: it is true thoy ure not regretted wien wantin"; but a dofect of ornw.icnt is not nocoosily a tlo nich
XXII. It has ben already observed that cluins jiffer oily in extent from a wood, if they are close; or from a trove, if they are opon: they are siall wools, and siall (roves, Coverned by the same principias 29 the larger, after allowances made for thcir dinensions. But besic's tho properties they may have iis colmon with woo is or with groves, they liuve others peculiar to themselves, which require exuinition,
They are either independent or relative; wlen independent, their b-auty, as s incle objects, is solely to be attonåcå to; when rolutive, the beauty of the individuals must be sucrificed to the effect of t.13 whole, which is the blouter considerution.
The least clucp that can be, is vir two to.; ani t're bect crict thoy can have is, that their cuus inileủ shoulli apour ono 11 9 .!.: t.7o therefole of different species, or seven or eicht of such 3,5 i 10 not easily join, cun arily be a beautiful Iulpo, cor cially if ii iave a tendency to a ciroulur form. Cuch clamps of l'ile, thoien Voiy