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" ... not more than eight feet high ; the branches, instead of shooting up, spread out in the shape of a plume of feathers, and are extremely bushy ; few of them are dead. The leaves are always green, and the wood, which is of a reddish tint, has an exquisite... "
The Dublin Review - Página 9
editado por - 1852
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The Intellectual repository for the New Church. (July/Sept. 1817 ...

New Church gen. confer - 1853
...leaves are always green, and the wood, which is of a reddish tint, has an exquisite odour, something like that of cinnamon. The Lamas informed us that...character. They informed us also that there nowhere exists another such tree ; that many attempts have been made iu various Lamaseries in Tartary and Thibet...
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The Living Age ..., Volumen40

1854
...isof a reddish tint, has an exquisite odor, something like that of cinnamon. The Lamas informed ns that in summer, towards the eighth moon, the tree...of an extremely beautiful character. They informed! ns, also, that there nowhere exists another mich tree ; that many attempts have been made in тал...
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Travels in Tartary, Thibet, and China: During the Years 1844-5-6, Volumen2

Evariste Régis Huc - 1852
...leaves are always green, and the wood, which is of a reddish tint, has an exquisite odour, something like that of cinnamon. The Lamas informed us that...many attempts have been made in various Lamaseries of Tartary and Thibet to propagate it by seeds and cuttings, but that all these attempts have been...
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The National Magazine, Volumen1

Abel Stevens, James Floy - 1852
...leaves are always grecn, and the wood, which is of a reddish tint, has an exquisite odor, something like that of cinnamon. The Lamas informed us that...tree ; that many attempts have been made in various Lamasaries of Tartary and Thibet to propagate it by seeds and cuttings, but that all these attempts...
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The National Magazine, Volumen1

Abel Stevens, James Floy - 1852
...leaves are always green, and the wood, which is of a reddish tint, has an exquisite odor, something like that of cinnamon. The Lamas informed us that...exists another such tree ; that many attempts have Ы-eп made in ¡ various Lamasaries of Tartary and Thibet to propagate it by seeds and cuttings, but...
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Travels in Tartary, Thibet and China during the years 1844-5-6, tr ..., Volumen2

Évariste Régis Huc - 1852
...leaves are always green, and the wood, which is of a reddish tint, has an exquisite odour, something like that of cinnamon. The Lamas informed us that...the tree produces large red flowers of an extremely heautiful character. They informed us also that there nowhere else existed another such tree ; that...
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Quarterly Homeopathic Journal, Volúmenes1-2

1853
...leaves are always green ; and the wood, which is of a reddish tint, has an exquisite odor, something like that of cinnamon. The Lamas informed us, that...flowers, of an extremely beautiful character. They also informed us, that there nowhere exists another such tree ; that many attempts have been made,...
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Forest Life in Ceylon, Volumen2

William Knighton - 1854
...leaves are always green, and the wood, which is of a reddish tint, has an exquisite odour, something like that of cinnamon. The lamas informed us that...many attempts have been made in various lamaseries of Tartary and Thibet to propagate it by seeds and cuttings, but that all these attempts have been...
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Graham's American Monthly Magazine of Literature, Art, and Fashion, Volumen47

1855
...leaves are always green ; and the wood, which ia of a reddish tint, has an exquisite odor, something like that of cinnamon. The Lamas informed us that,...flowers, of an extremely beautiful character. They told us, also, that there nowhere exists another such tree ; that many attempte have been made in various...
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The Faiths of the World: An Account of All Religions and Religious ..., Volumen2

James Gardner - 1858 - 8 páginas
...leaves are always green, and the wood, which is of a reddish tint, has an exquisite odour, something like that of cinnamon. The Lamas informed us that...many attempts have been made in various Lamaseries of Tartary and Thibet to propagate it by seeds and cuttings, but that all these attempts have been...
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