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" River, takes a winding course through the plains, which can be easily traced from the high lands adjoining by the particular verdure of the trees on its banks, which are likewise the only trees throughout the extent of the plains. The level and clear... "
The New Monthly Magazine - Página 17
editado por - 1816
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The Annals of Philosophy, Volumen 7

1816
...and Campbell River, takes a winding course through the Plains, which can be easily traced from the high lands adjoining, by the particular verdure of...gives them at first view very much the appearance of land* in a state of cultivation. It is impossible to behold this grand scene without a feeling of admiration...
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Annals of Philosophy, Or, Magazine of Chemistry, Mineralogy ..., Volumen 7

1816
...and Campbell River, takes a winding course through the Plains, .which can be easily traced from the high lands adjoining, by the particular verdure of the trees on its banks, which are likewise the 1816.) Journey into the Interior of New South Wales. 77 only trees throughout the extent of the plains....
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The Literary Panorama and National Register

1816
...easily trawl from the high hinds adjoining, b\ the particular verdure of the trees on its banks, and which are likewise the only trees throughout the extent of the plains. — The level and denn surface of these plains gives them at first \ie\v very much the ярреагапсе of lands...
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The Scots Magazine and Edinburgh Literary Miscellany, Volumen 78

1816
...anil Campbell Hiver, tikes a winding course through the Ptiins, which can be easily traced fnxn the high lands adjoining, by the particular verdure of the trees on its faaks, which are likewise the only DT« throughout the extent of the p'«ii». The level and clean...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volumen 87,Parte 1;Volumen 121

1817
...and Campbell River, takes a winding coarse through the, Plains, which can be easily traced from the high lands adjoining, by the particular verdure of...level and clean surface of these Plains gives them at 6rst view very much the appearance of lands in a state of cultivation. It is impossible to behold this...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volumen 87,Parte 1;Volumen 121

1817
...and Campbell River, takes a winding course through the Plains, which can be easily traced from the high lands adjoining, by the particular verdure of the trees on its banks, which are likewise the onlv trees throughout the extent of the Plaini. The level and clean surface of these Plains gives them...
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The History of New South Wales

James O'Hara - 1818 - 469 páginas
...and Campbell Rivers, takes a winding course through the plains, which can be easily traced from the high lands adjoining, by the particular verdure of...likewise the only trees throughout the extent of the plains.—The level and clean surface of these plains gives them at first view very much the appearance...
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A Statistical Account of the British Settlements in Australasia ..., Volumen 1

William Charles Wentworth - 1824
...Fish and Campbell Rivers, takes a winding course through the plains, and can be easily traced from the high lands adjoining, by the particular verdure of...throughout the extent of the plains ; the level and clear surface of which gives them, at first view, very much the appearance of lands in a state of cultivation....
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The Three Colonies of Australia, New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia ...

Samuel Sidney - 1852 - 425 páginas
...plains, which can easily be traced from the highlands by the verdure of the trees on the banks, which are the only trees throughout the extent of the plains. The level and clean surface (marked in plough ridges) gives them very much the appearance of lands in a state of cultivation."...
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Blood and Soil: A World History of Genocide and Extermination from Sparta to ...

Ben Kiernan - 2007 - 724 páginas
...himself, unlike Cox, noted both "the good pasture land and soil fit for cultivation." Moreover,"[t]he level and clean surface of these plains gives them at first view the appearance of lands under cultivation." Flax grew there, and the "fertile soil and rich pasturage"...
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