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" The composition being thus made, care must be taken to prepare the tree properly for its application, by cutting away all the dead, decayed, and injured part, till you come to the... "
The New-York magazine; or, Literary repository - Page 564
1791
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The Monthly Review

Ralph Griffiths, George Edward Griffiths - 1791
...the duff is very fmooih, like fine plainer ufed for the cielings of rooms. ' The compofition being thus made, care muft be taken to prepare the tree...dead, decayed, and injured part, till you come to the frelh, found wood, leaving the furface or'the wood very fmooth, and rounding off the edges of the bark...
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A practical treatise on planting: and the management of woods and coppices

Samuel Hayes, Royal Dublin Society - Forests and forestry - 1794 - 192 pages
...ftuff" is very fmooth, like fine plaifter ufed for the " cielings of rooms." " The compofition being thus made, care muft be " taken to prepare the tree properly for its application, cation of one might be attended with advantages, " by cutting away all the dead, decayed and injured...
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The practical planter, or, A treatise on forest planting

Walter Nicol - 1799 - 430 pages
...is exceedingly durable. We are not, however, to deviate from Mr Forsyth's directions of " preparing the tree properly for its application, by cutting away all the dead, decayed, and injured part, till we come to the fresh, sound wood; leaving the surface of the wood very smooth, and rounding off the...
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The Edinburgh magazine, or Literary miscellany

1799
...is exceedingly durable. We are not, however, to deviate from Mr Foifyth's directions of " preparing the tree properly for its application, by cutting away all the dead, decayed, and injured part, till we come to the frtih, found wood ; leaving the furface of the^wood very fmooth, fmOoth, and rounding...
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The Practical Planter, Or, A Treatise on Forest Planting: Comprehending the ...

Walter Nicol - Forests and forestry - 1803 - 306 pages
...is exceedingly durable. We are not, however, to deviate from Mr. Forsyth's directions of " preparing the tree properly for its application, by cutting away all the dead, decayed, and injured part, till we come to the fresh, sound wood ; leaving the surface of the wood very smooth, and rounding off the...
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A Compendium of Modern Husbandry: Principally Written During a ..., Volume 3

Agriculture - 1805
...rooms. .. The composition being thus made, care must be taken to prepare the tree properly for the application, by cutting away all the dead, decayed, and injured part, till you come to the fresh, sound wood, leaving the surface of the wood very smooth, and rounding off the edges of the bark...
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The American Gardener's Calendar

Bernard M'Mahon - Gardening - 1806 - 648 pages
...smooth, like fine plaster used for the ceilings of rooms. " The composition being thus made, care must be taken to prepare the tree properly for its application,...dead, decayed, and injured part, till you come to the fresh sound wood, leaving the surface of the wood very smooth, and rounding off the edges of the bark...
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The American Gardener's Calendar; Adapted to the Climates and Seasons of the ...

Bernard M'Mahon - Gardening - 1806 - 648 pages
...smooth, like fine plaster used for the ceilings of rooms. " The composition being thus made, care must be taken to prepare the tree properly for its application,...dead, decayed, and injured part, till you come to the fresh sound wood, leaving the surface of the wood very smooth, and rounding off the edges of the bark...
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Encyclopaedia Perthensis; Or Universal Dictionary of the Arts ..., Volume 10

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1816
...fmobth like fine plaifler ufed for the cielings of rooms. The competition being thus made, care mut be taken to prepare the tree properly for its application,...till you come to the frefh, found wood, leaving the fur face of the wood very fmootb. and rounding off the edges of the bark with a (harp knife, or other...
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Encyclopaedia Perthensis; or, Universal dictionary of Knowledge ..., Volume 10

Encyclopaedia Perthensis - 1816
...thus maOe, care mi-ft i* taken te prepare the tree properly for its api/ica* tion, by cutting away al! the dead, decayed, and injured part, till you come to the frefh, foundl wood, leaving the fdrface of the wood very fmooth and rounding off the edges of the bark will]...
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