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" This tree, which in most parts of Asia is called the Chinur, grows to the size of an oak, and has a taper, straight trunk, with a silver-coloured bark, and its leaf, not unlike an expanded hand, is of a pale green. "
A Journey from Bengal to England: Through the Northern Part of India ... - Page 17
by George Forster - 1808 - 334 pages
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A Journey from Bengal to England: Through the Northern Part of ..., Volumes 1-2

George Forster - Afghanistan - 1798 - 297 pages
...called the C.hinaw, grows to the fize of an oak, and has a taper ftreight trunk, with a filver coloured bark ; and its leaf, not unlike an expanded hand, is of a pale green. When in full foliage, it lias a .grand and beautiful appearance, and in the hot weather, it affords. a refrefhjng -fhade. But...
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The Youth's magazine, or Evangelical miscellany

1843
...perfection than in any other country. This tree, which in most parts of Asia, is called the Chinur, grows to the size of an oak, and has a taper, straight trunk, with a silver coloured bark, and its leaf, not unlike an expanded hand, is of a pale green. When in full foliage,...
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Asiatic Journal, Volume 8

Asia - 1819
...o'lier cnuntiies. This tree, which in most pans of Asia, is called theChiuaur, grows to the size ot an oak, and has a taper straight trunk, with a silver-coloured bark ; and its leaf, not unlike an expanded band, is of a pale green. When in full foliage, it lias a grand and beautiful appearance ; aud in the...
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Amir Khan, and Other Poems: The Remains of Lucretia Maria Davidson

Lucretia Maria Davidson - American poetry - 1829 - 174 pages
...greater perfection than in any other country. This tree, which in most pans of Asia is called the Chinur, grows to the size of an oak, and has a taper, straight...foliage it has a grand and beautiful appearance, and in hot weather affords a refreshing shade." — foster. V. And wide the plantain's arms were spread, &c....
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The Poetical Works of Robert Southey: Complete in One Volume

Robert Southey - 1829 - 763 pages
...greater perfection than io other COUDtries. This tree, which in most parts of Asia is called the Chinttr, grows to the size of an oak, and has a taper straight...foliage, it has a grand and beautiful appearance; mid, in the hot weather, it affords a refreshing shade. — FORSTES. Note 33, page 3ig, col. 2. The...
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Poetical Remains of the Late Lucretia Maria Davidson

Lucretia Maria Davidson, Catharine Maria Sedgwick - 1841 - 312 pages
...perfection than in any other country. This tree, which in most parts of Asia is called the Chinur, grows to the size of an oak, and has a taper, straight...foliage it has a grand and beautiful appearance, and in hot weather affords a refreshing shade." — Foster. V. And wide the plantain's arms were spread, &c....
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Selections from the writings of Mrs. Margaret M. Davidson: the mother of ...

Margaret Miller Davidson - American poetry - 1843 - 232 pages
...perfection than in any other country. This tree, which in most parts of Asia is called the Ckinur, grows to the size of an oak, and has a taper, straight...foliage it has a grand and beautiful appearance, and in hot weather affords a refreshing shade." — Foster. V. And wide the plantain's arms were spread, &c....
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Poetical remains of Lucretia Davidson, collected and arranged by her mother ...

Lucretia Maria Davidson - 1843
...greater perfection than in any other country. This tree which in most pans of Asia is called the Cfiinur, grows to the size of an oak, and has a taper, straight trunk, with a silver, coloured bark, and its leaf, not unlike an expanded hand, is of a pale green. When in full...
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Poetical Remains of the Late Lucretia Maria Davidson

Lucretia Maria Davidson - 1851 - 248 pages
...perfection than in any other country. This tree, which in most parts of Asia is called the Chinur, grows to the size of an oak, and has a taper, straight...an expanded hand, is of a pale green. When in full toliage it has a grand and beautiful appearance, and in hot weather affords a refreshing shade." —...
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Poetical remains

Lucretia Maria Davidson, Margaret Miller Davidson, Catharine Maria Sedgwick - 1852 - 248 pages
...perfection than in any other country. This tree, which in most parts of Asia is called the Chinur, grows to the size of an oak, and has a taper, straight trunk, with a silvercoloured hark, and its leaf, not unlike an expanded hand, is of a pale green. When in full foliage it has a...
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