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" ... leave this part of our subject, we would assure any European reader who may suspect that we have in aught written too warmly of the physical beauty of the Archipelago, that the same Nature which, in the West, only reveals her highest and most prodigal... "
The Indian Archipelago: Its History and Present State - Page 14
by Horace Stebbing Roscoe St. John - 1853 - 359 pages
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Annals & Magazine of Natural History, Volume 20

Botany - 1847
...West, only reveals her highest and most prodigal terrestrial beauty to the imagination of the poet, has here ungirdled herself, and given her wild and glowing charms, in all their fullness, to the eye of day. The ideal has here passed into the real. The few botanists who have visited...
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The Journal of the Indian Archipelago and Eastern Asia, Volume 1

East Asia - 1847
...west, only reveals her highest and most prodigal terrestrial beauty to the imagination of the poet, has here ungirdled herself, and given her wild and glowing charms, in all their fullness, to the eye of day. The ideal has here passed into the real. The few botan'sts who have visited...
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, Volume 44

Science - 1848
...west, only reveals her highest and most prodigal terrestrial beauty to the imagination of the poet, has here ungirdled herself, and given her wild and...glowing charms, in all their fulness, to the eye of day. The ideal has here passed into the real. The few botanists who have visited this region declare, that...
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal: Exhibiting a View of the ..., Volume 44

Robert Jameson - Science - 1848
...west, only reveals her highest and most prodigal terrestrial beauty to the imagination of the poet, has here ungirdled herself, and given her wild and...glowing charms, in all their fulness, to the eye of day. The ideal has here passed into the real. The few botanists who have visited this region declare, that...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

Geology - 1848
...West, only reveals her highest and most prodigal terrestrial beauty to the imagination of the poet, has here ungirdled herself, and given her wild and glowing charms, in all their fullness, to the eye of day. The ideal has here passed into the real. The few botanists who have visited...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

1848
...West, only reveals her highest and most prodigal terrestrial beauty to the imagination of the poet, has here ungirdled herself, and given her wild and glowing charms, in all their fullness, to the eye of day. The ideal has here passed into the real. The few botanists who have visited...
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