Stringy-bark trees, taking their circumference at about 5 feet from the ground. One of these, which was rather hollow at the bottom, and broken at the top, was 49 feet round ; another that was solid, and supposed to be 200 feet high, was 41 feet round... An Introduction to the Birds of Australia - Seite 5von John Gould - 1848 - 134 SeitenVollansicht - Über dieses Buch
| James Backhouse - 1843 - 560 Seiten
...ground. One of these, which was rather hollow at the bottom, and broken at the top, was 49 feet round ; **another that was solid, and supposed to be 200 feet...companions spoke to each other, when at the opposite side** of this tree to myself, and their voices sounded so distant that I concluded they had inadvertantly... | |
| John Lindley, Joseph Paxton (sir.) - 1852
...ground. One of these, whieh was rather hollow at the bottom and broken at the top, was 4g feet round ; **another that was solid, and supposed to be 200 feet...feet high, was 55; feet round — as this tree spread** mueh at the base, it would be nearly 70 feet in eireumferenee at the surfaee of the ground. My eompanions... | |
| 1852
...rather hollow at the bottom and broken at the top, was 49 feet in circumference at nearly two yards **from the ground. Another that was solid, and supposed to be 200 feet high, was 41 feet round.** A third, calculated to be 250 feet in height, was 55£ round. As it spread much at the surface of the... | |
| John Lindley, Sir Joseph Paxton - 1883
...at the hottom and hroken at the top, was 4g feet round ; another that was solid, and supposed to he **200 feet high, was 41 feet round ; and a third, supposed to** he 250 feet high, was 651 feet round — as this tree spread much at the hase, it would he nearly 70... | |
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