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" Our readers possibly may smile at our ignorance ; but we care not, so that the sincerity and truth of our statement be not suspected. The Tree of the Ten Thousand Images seemed to us of great age. Its trunk, which three men could scarcely embrace with... "
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edited by - 1883
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The Living Age ..., Volume 40

1854
...not, sa that the sinceritv and truth of onr statement be not suspected. *The Tree of the Ten Thousand1 Images seemed to us of great age. Its trunk,, which...embrace with, outstretched arms, is not more than eigh» feet high ; the branches, instead of shooting up, spread, out in the shape of a plume of feathers,...
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The National Magazine, Volume 1

Abel Stevens, James Floy - American essays - 1852
...our ignorance ; but we care not, so that the sincerity and truth of our statement be not suspeeted. The Tree of the Ten Thousand Images seemed to us of...branches, instead of shooting up, spread out in the shaI« of a plume of feathers, and are extremely bushy; few of them are dead. The leaves are always...
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Travels in Tartary, Thibet and China during the years 1844-5-6, tr ..., Volume 2

Évariste Régis Huc - 1852
...at our ignorance; hut we care not so that the sincerity and truth of our statement he not suspected. The Tree of the Ten Thousand Images seemed to us of...scarcely embrace with outstretched arms, is not more that eight feet high; the branches, instead of shooting up spread out in the shape of a plume of feathers...
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The National Magazine, Volume 1

Abel Stevens, James Floy - American essays - 1852
...our ignorance ; but we care not, so that the sincerity and truth of our statement be not suspected. The Tree of the Ten Thousand Images seemed to us of great age. Its trunk, which three men could scareely embrace with outstretched arms, is not more than eight feet high ; the branches, instead of...
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Quarterly Homeopathic Journal, Volumes 1-2

Homeopathy - 1853
...our ignorance ; but we care not, so that the sincerity and truth of our statement be not suspected. " The Tree of the Ten Thousand Images " seemed to us...wood, which is of a reddish tint, has an exquisite odor, something like that of cinnamon. The Lamas informed us, that in summer, towards, the eighth moon,...
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Graham's American Monthly Magazine of Literature, Art, and ..., Volume 47

George R. Graham, Edgar Allan Poe, Charles Jacobs Peterson, Rufus Wilmot Griswold, Robert Taylor Conrad, Joseph Ripley Chandler, Bayard Taylor - 1855
...sincerity and truth of our statement be not suspected. The Tree of the Ten Thousand Images seemed to QB of great age. Its trunk, which three men could scarcely...The leaves are always green ; and the wood, which ia of a reddish tint, has an exquisite odor, something like that of cinnamon. The Lamas informed us...
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Romantic Incidents in the Lives of Naturalists & Celebrated Travellers

Cecilia Lucy Brightwell - Biography - 1861 - 343 pages
...and its branches, which resemble that of the plane-tree, are also covered with these characters. " The Tree of the Ten Thousand Images seemed to us of...spread out in the shape of a plume of feathers, and extremely bushy. The leaves are always green, and the wood, which is of a reddish tint, has an exquisite...
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Notes and Queries

Questions and answers - 1862
...our ignorance, but we care not, so : ha't the sincerity and truth of our statement be not suspected. The tree of the Ten Thousand Images seemed to us of...them are dead. The leaves are always green, and the bark, which is of a reddish tint, has an exquisite odour, something like that of cinnamon. The Lamas...
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Notes and Queries

Questions and answers - 1862
...our ignorance, bnt wo care not, so : hat the sincerity and truth of our statement be not suspected. The tree of the Ten Thousand Images seemed to us of...instead of shooting up, spread out in the shape of a plum* of feathers, and are extremely busby ; few of them are deed. The leaves are always green, and...
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Lives of Labour: Or, Incidents in the Career of Eminent Naturalists and ...

Cecilia Lucy Brightwell - Natural history - 1872 - 253 pages
...frequently different from those they replaced. " The Tree of the Ten Thousand Images," says M. Hue, " seemed to us of great age. Its trunk. which three...extremely bushy — few of them are dead. The leaves are evergreen, and the wood, which is of a reddish tint, has ITS SINGULARITY. 253 an exquisite odour, something...
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