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" New and strange things seldom fail to make strong impressions and are therefore frequently overrated; so that, lest I should never see my friends in England to inform them verbally of this most beautiful and immensely grand tree, I shall here state the... "
The Overland Monthly - Page 240
1898
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Magazine of Zoology and Botany, Volume 1

Prideaux John Selby, William Jardine - Botany - 1837
...make strong impressions, and are therefore frequently over-rated ; so that lest I should never again see my friends in England to inform them verbally...ground its circumference is 57 feet 9 inches ; at one hundred and thirty- four feet, 17 feet 5 inches ; the extreme length 245 feet. The tnmks are uncommonly...
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The North American Review, Volume 59

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, James Russell Lowell, Henry Cabot Lodge - American fiction - 1844
...make strong impressions, and are therefore frequently overrated ; so that, lest I should never again see my friends in England to inform them verbally...At three feet from the ground, its circumference is fifty-seven feet nine inches ; at one hundred and thirty-four feet, seventeen feet five inches ; the...
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The Home friend, a weekly miscellany of amusement and ..., Volume 4, Issue 1854

Society for promoting Christian knowledge - 1854
...strong impressions, and are, therefore, frequently overrated ; so that lest I should never again «ee my friends in England to inform them verbally of this...down by the wind. At three feet from the ground its circumferenee is fifty-seven feet nine inches ; at one hundred and thirty-four feet, seventeen feet...
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The Canadian Naturalist and Geologist, Volume 5

Geology - 1860
...make strong impressions and are therefore, frequently over-rated ; " so that lest I should never again see my friends in England to " inform them verbally...three feet from the ground its circumference is 57 ft" 9 inches ; at 134 ft., 17 ft. 5 inches ; the extreme length 245 ft. " The trunks are uncommonly...
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The Gardener's Monthly and Horticultural Advertiser, Volume 17

Gardening - 1875
...make stnmg impressions, andaré therefore frequently overrated ; so that lest I should never again see my friends in England to inform them verbally...blown down by the wind. At three feet from the ground ils circumference is 57 feet 9 inches ; at 134 feet, 17 feet 5 inches ; the extreme length 24"> feet....
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Biennial Report of the California State Board of Forestry for ..., Volumes 1-3

California. State Board of Forestry - Forests and forestry - 1886
...make strong impressions, and are, therefore, often faulty or overrated; so, lest I should never again see my friends in England, to inform them verbally of this most beautiful and grand tree, I shall here state the dimensions of the largest found among several that had been felled...
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Report

California. State Board of Forestry - Forests and forestry - 1888
...make strong impressions, and are, therefore, often faulty or overrated; so, lest I should never again see my friends in England, to inform them verbally of this most beautiful and grand tree, I shall here state the dimensions of the largest found among several that had been felled...
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California. State Board of Forestry - Forests and forestry - 1888
...make strong impressions, and are, therefore, often faulty or overrated; so, lest I should never again see my friends in England, to inform them verbally of this most beautiful and grand tree, I shall here state the dimensions of the largest found among several that had been felled...
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Essays: biographical sketches, 1841-1886

Asa Gray - Botanists - 1889
...make strong impressions, and are therefore frequently overrated ; so that, lest I should never again see my friends in England to inform them verbally...At three feet from the ground, its circumference is fifty-seven feet nine inches; at one hundred and thirty-four feet, seventeen feet five inches; the...
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Essays; biographical sketches, 1841-1886

Asa Gray - Botanists - 1889
...make strong impressions, and are therefore frequently overrated ; so that, lest I should never again see my friends in England to inform them verbally...tree, I shall here state the dimensions of the largest 1 could find among several that had been blown down by the wind. At three feet from the ground, its...
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