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With forests of almost primaeval grandeur, the imports of wood for fuel exceeded
until recently the exports. With every conceivable natural advantage for * 'Report
on the Commerce of Austria,' by Mr. Elliot, Her Majesty's Secretary of Legation, ...
The central districts possess scarcely any wood, stone, or gravel, and the
transport of materials from great distances necessarily increases the cost of
highways, and makes their repair difficult; but even in the immediate
neighbourhood of ...
... because the forest . laws had enacted that, in order to prevent a scarcity of
wood, the extent of forest- * Paget's ' Hungary and Transylvania,' p. 239. land
land should not be diminished ; and a lord who 6 The Resources and.
We have observed that in 1856 Austria imported fire-wood ; she now exports it.
Hungary is rich in oak timber, much of which is well adapted for shipbuilding ;
and whenever the port of Fiume is connected by railway with the interior, the
He esteemeth iron as straw, and brass as rotten wood.' It is impossible to have a
better clue to identification than is conveyed by these expressions. Some of them,
indeed, would apply to a large serpent, yet not all equally ; besides, it is clear ...
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