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" ... its wooden verdure better than natural greens exposed to dust. Those treillages in the gardens at Paris, particularly on the Boulevard, have a gay and delightful effect. They form light corridores, and... "
Planting and rural ornament [by W.H. Marshall]. - Page 199
by William Marshall - 1796 - 408 pages
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Annual Register, Volume 23

History - 1781
...thofe playful waters that refrefti a fultry manfion in town, nor the neat trellis, which preferves its wooden verdure better than natural greens expofed...particularly on the Boulevard, have a gay and delightful effea.— They form light corridores, and tranfpicuous arbours through which the fun* Dr. Plot, in...
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Planting and Ornamental Gardening: A Practical Treatise

Mr. Marshall (William) - Botany - 1785 - 638 pages
...banifh thofe playful waters that refrem a fultry manfion in town, nor the neat trellis, which preferves its wooden verdure better than natural greens expofed...particularly on the Boulevard, have a gay and delightful effeft. — They form light corridores, and tranfpicuous arbours through which the fun-beams play and...
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Anecdotes of Painting in England;: With Some Account of the Principal ...

Horace Walpole, George Vertue - Painting, English - 1786
...ba^iifh thofe playful waters that refrefh a ,fykr$ manfion in town, nor the neat trellis, which preferves its wooden verdure better , than natural greens expofed to duft, Thofe treillages ia , the gardens at Paris, particularly on the Boulevard, have a gay and . delightful effecb — They...
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Annual Register, Volume 23

Edmund Burke - History - 1788
...thofe playful waters that refrelh a fultry manfion in town, nor the neat trelę lis, which preferves its wooden verdure better than natural greens expofed...corridores, and tranfpicuous arbours through which the f;(n|£ * Dr. Plot, in his natural hiltory of Oxfordihire, p. 380, feems to liarę been a great admirer...
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Planting and rural ornament, Volume 1

Mr. Marshall (William) - 1796
...refembling thefe piilures of ' laneum. * manfion in town, nor the neat trellis, which pre-1 * lerves its wooden verdure better than natural ' greens expofed...delightful effect. They form ' light corridores, and tranfpScuous arboursf ' through which the fun-beams play and chequer ' the fhade, fet off" the ftatues,...
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On Planting and Rural Ornament: A Practical Treatise, Volume 1

Mr. Marshall (William) - Forests and forestry - 1803 - 454 pages
...neat trellis, which pre* serves its wooden verdure better than natural ' greens exposed to dust. Those treillages, in the ' gardens at Paris, particularly...delightful effect. They form ' light corridores, and transpicuous arbours, ' through which the sun-beams play and checquer ' the shade, set off the statues,...
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Anecdotes of Painting in England: With Some Account of the ..., Volume 4

Artists - 1827
...neat trellis, which preserves its wooden verdure better than natural greens exposed to dust. Those treillages in the gardens at Paris, particularly on...delightful effect. — They form light corridores, and transpicuous arbours through common luxury were not so much to be admired as fields and lakes, and...
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includes "On modern gardening"

Gardening - 1849
...neat trellis, which preserves its wooden verdure better than natural greens exposed to dust. Those treillages in the gardens at Paris, particularly on...have a gay and delightful effect. They form light corridors, and transpicuous arbours, through which the sun-beams play and chequer the shade, set off...
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Anecdotes of painting in England, with some account of the ..., Volume 3

Horace Walpole (4th earl of Orford.) - 1849
...neat trellis, which preserves its wooden verdure better than natural greens exposed to dust. Those treillages in the gardens at Paris, particularly on...have a gay and delightful effect. They form light corridors, and transpicuous arbours, through which the sun-beams play and chequer the shade, set off...
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The Garden as Considered in Literature by Certain Polite Writers

Walter Howe - Gardening - 1890 - 309 pages
...neat trellis, which preserves its wooden verdure better than the natural greens exposed to dust. Those treillages in the gardens at Paris, particularly on...have a gay and delightful effect. They form light corridors, and transpicuous arbors, through which the sunbeams play and checker the shade, set off...
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