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" ... the deciduous children of the forest, form here dense jungles, verdant all the year round, and which afford shelter to numberless birds, with whose warbling the leafy desolation perpetually resounds. Climbing vines, and parasitic plants, of untold... "
The London and Paris ladies' magazine of fashion, ed. by mrs. Edward Thomas - Seite 5
herausgegeben von - 1856
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Dred: A Tale of the Great Dismal Swamp, Band 1

Harriet Beecher Stowe - 1856
...splendor and boundless exuberance of growth, twine and interlace, and hang from the heights of tlie highest trees pennons of gold and purple, — triumphant...were to the persecuted Vaudois, this swampy belt has been to the American slave. The constant effort to recover from thence fugitives has led to the adoption,...
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Dred: A Tale of the Great Dismal Swamp, Band 1

Harriet Beecher Stowe - 1856
...Climbing vines, and parasitic plants, of untold splendor and boundless exuberance of growth, twine and interlace, and hang from the heights of the highest trees pennons of gold and purple, — trinmphant banners, which attest the solitary majesty of nature. A species of parasitic moss wreaths...
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Eminent men and popular books (papers) [by S. Lucas]. From 'The Times'.

Samuel Lucas - 1859
...triumphant banners which attest the solitary majesty of nature. A species of parasitic moss wreathes its abundant draperies from tree to tree, and hangs...were to the persecuted Vaudois, this swampy belt has been to the American slave. The constant effort to recover from thence fugitives has led to the adoption,...
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Eminent Men and Popular Books

Samuel Lucas - 1859 - 310 Seiten
...Climbing vines, and parasitic plants, of untold splendour and boundless exuberance of growth, twine and interlace and hang from the heights of the highest...solitary majesty of nature. A species of parasitic moss wreathes its abundant draperies from tree to tree, and irnngs in pearly festoons, through which shine...
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Thomas Moran

Nancy K. Anderson, REV Nancy K Anderson, Acpe Supervisor, Thomas Moran, National Gallery of Art (U.S.), Thomas Gilcrease Institute of American History and Art, Seattle Art Museum - 1997 - 400 Seiten
...Climbing vines, and parasitic plants, ot untold splendor and boundless exuberance of growth, twine and interlace, and hang from the heights of the highest...of gold and purple, — triumphant banners, which artest the solitary majesty of nature. A species of parasitic moss wreaths its abundant draperies from...
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North American Players of Shakespeare: A Book of Interviews

Michael W. Shurgot - 2007 - 425 Seiten
...penetration, furthermore, "seems" initially to render it devoid of human habitation. However, Stowe adds, "[w]hat the mountains of Switzerland were to the persecuted Vaudois, this swampy belt has been to the American slave. [. . . T]he near proximity of the swamp has always been a considerable...
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