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are seldom pleasinc; they do not compose one ress, but are only a confused munber of pinnacles. T'ho confusion is lowever voiced, by placing the in succession, not in clusters; and a clup o. 51ch troos is therefore more acroonble when it is extended rathor in length than in breadth.
Thpee tre 3 toc cth r must for. either a risht line, or trinelo: to discuise the recularity, the distances should be very different. Distinctions in their shares contribute also to tie sane end; and veriety in their growths still nore. When a struit lino consists o tvo troos nearly similar, and of a third much lower than they are, the even direction in which thoy stand is hardly discernihle.
If !umbler crowths at the extrenity can discorrose the strictest repularity, the use or it is thereb recolt: 3ndod non other occasions. It is indeoi the variety peculiarly proper for cluins: every apparent artifice affectin[ the objects of nature, disrusts; and clurips are such distinguished objects, 30 liable to the suspicion of hevinc heen left or placed on purpose to be so distinguished, that to divert the attention fron these sumptons of art, irremilarity in the corposition is more inportant to them than to a wood or to a love; heinc ulso less extensive they do not adnit so much variety of outline: but veriety of crowths is inost observable in a small compass; and the several radations ofton may be cast into buautiful ligures,
The extent and the outline of a wood or a trove once!o the attention more than the extremities; but in cluids these last are on the Host con3oquence: they determine the form or the whole; and both of thon ere Eenerally in sicht: crcat care shoull therofore be taken to ke t??011 acreeable and different. he case Tith which they fiay be corinare i l'Orbids all similarity between them for every appearance of equility succosts an idea of art; and therefore a clump as broad 08 it is lon, S0113 103s the work of nature than one which stretches into len th.
wnother populiarity of clurps, is the facility with wiic t'oy ainit a mixture of trees, and of shrubs; of wood, and of crove; in short, of every species of plantation. inne are Oro beautiful tan toy ich are 30 Coposed. uch compositions are, however, iore pioner in corpact 6'!!! in stiackling clups: they are 105ů arcb10 wen they 10.11 0.1 L:138: ii the transitions fronı very lonty to very 'llible lowtiis, ir thicket to open plantations, be frcqucnt and sudden, tho disordor is nore suitei to ride than to elegant scones.
XIII. 10 Occasions on which independent clims may be appliei, are iany. They are oiten desirablo os beautiful objects in t, 1.5lovan; they aro sonetincs necnssary to break an 2,0 t o lam, 0:2 colti lino, whether of around on O1 plantation; but on all occasions jeulo9 01 art constantly attends thon, which iremil zit in their finire ill not alway 3 al ne renove. Thoirh olovati0:15 sh 7 ti to avanture, yt i