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" Their afcent is very moderate, and they may be acceffible to his hand that forms them. But the Deity has referved the trees of the foreft to himfelf; and, though he alfo gives exigence and growth to every other plant, the forefts alone may be confidered... "
Spectacle de la Nature: Or, Nature Display'd. Being Discourses on Such ... - Page 259
by NoŽl Antoine Pluche - 1766
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...gives existence and growth to every other plant, the forests alone may be considered as His gardens. They have been planted by no hand but His, and He...only Being who affords them their cultivation. He diffuses their minute seeds over the surface of a whole country. His wise precaution has furnished...
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