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" What I have said, of the best forms of gardens, is meant only of such as are in some sort regular; for there may be other forms wholly irregular that may, for aught I know, have more beauty than any of the others... "
Planting and rural ornament [by W.H. Marshall]. - Page 213
by William Marshall - 1796 - 408 pages
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Letters written by Sir William Temple ... containing an account of the most ...

Sir William Temple, Jonathan Swift - Europe - 1731 - 585 pages
...and Climate. What I have faid of the beft Forms of Gardens, is meant only of fuch as are in fome fort regular ; for there may be other Forms wholly irregular, that may, for ought I know, have more Beauty than any of the others ; but they muft owe it to fome extraordinary...
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The Works of Sir William Temple Bart,: Complete in Four Volumes ..., Volume 3

Sir William Temple, Jonathan Swift - Europe - 1757
...climate. What I have faid, of the beft forms of gardens, is meant only of fuch as are in fome fort regular ; for there may be other forms wholly. irregular...have more beauty than any of the others ; but they muft owe it to fome extraordinary difpofuions of nature in the feat, or fome great race of fancy or...
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The English garden: a poem

William Mason - 1778
...of fuch as are in fome fort regular, for there " may be other forms wholly irregular, that may, far aught I know, have more beauty " than any of the others: But they muft owe it to fome extraordinary difpofitions " of Nature in the feat, or fome great race of fancy...
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Annual Register, Volume 23

History - 1781
...he adds. " What I have faid of the beft forms of gardens, is meant only offuch as are in fome fort regular; for there may be other forms wholly irregular, that may, for aiight I know, have more beauty than any of the others ; but they muft owe it to fome extraordinary...
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The English Garden: A Poem in Four Books

William Mason - Gardens - 1783 - 243 pages
...follows : " What " I have faid of the beft forms of Gardens is meant " only of-fuch as are in fome fort regular ; for there " may be other forms, wholly Irregular, that may, for " ought I know, have more beauty than any of the others ; " but they muft owe it to fome extraordinary...
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Planting and Ornamental Gardening: A Practical Treatise

Mr. Marshall (William) - Botany - 1785 - 638 pages
...he adds. " What I have faid of the heft forms of gardens is meant only of fuch as are in fome fort regular ; for there may be other forms wholly irregular,...aught I know, have more beauty than any of the others ; bat the/ muft owe it to fome extraordinary difpofitions of nature in the feat, or fome great race...
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Anecdotes of Painting in England;: With Some Account of the Principal ...

Horace Walpole, George Vertue - Painting, English - 1786
...he adds. " What I have faid of the beft forms of gardens, is meant only of fuch as are in fome fort regular ; for 'there may be other forms wholly irregular,...have more beauty than any of the others ; but they muft owe it to fome extraordinary difpofitions of nature in the feat, or Jome great race of fancy or...
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Annual Register, Volume 23

Edmund Burke - History - 1788
...What I have faid of the bed forms of gardens, is meant only of fuch as are in fome fort regular ; fer there may be other forms wholly irregular, that may,...have more beauty than any of the others ; but they mud owe it to fome extraordinary difpofitions of nature in the feat, or fome great race of fancy or...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

History - 1788
...meant only of fuch as arc in ferne fort regalarj for 'there may be other forms wholly irregular, tlut may, for aught I know, have more beauty than any of the others ; but they muft owe it to fome extraordinary difpoihions of nature in the feat, or feme great race of fancy er...
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The Scots Magazine, Volume 44

English literature - 1782
...beft forms of gardens, is meant only of fuch as are in fonre fort regular ; for there may be othcr forms wholly irregular, that may, for aught I know,...have more beauty than any of the others ; but they muft owe it to fome extraordinary difpontiuns of nature in the feat, or font great raci tf fancy or...
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