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" ... they are known to have been covered with luxuriant woods, verdant pastures, and fertile meadows, they are now too far deteriorated to be reclaimable by man, nor can they become again fitted for human use, except through great geological changes, or... "
Annual Report of the Bureau of Forestry for the Province of Ontario - Page 30
by Ontario. Bureau of Forestry - 1882
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 149

1879
...woods, verdant pastures, and ' fertile meadows, they are now too far deteriorated to be re' claimable by man ; nor can they become again fitted for ' human use except by great geological changes, or other mys' terious influences or agencies of which we have no present...
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Bibliotheca Sacra and Theological Review, Volume 21

Theology - 1864
...historical period,' they are known to have been covered with luxuriant woods, verdant pastures, and fertile meadows, they are now too far deteriorated...knowledge, and over which we have no prospective control." ' These considerations illustrate the part which the forests of a country are designed to play in the...
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The Bibliotheca Sacra, Volume 21

Bible - 1864
...historical period,' they are known to have been covered with luxuriant woods, verdant pastures, and fertile meadows, they are now too far deteriorated...present knowledge, and over which we have no prospective control."1 These considerations illustrate the part which the forests of a country are designed to...
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The London Quarterly VOL.XXVII October 1866 and January,1867

The London Quarterly VOL.XXVII October 1866 and January,1867 - 1867
...have been covered with luxuriant woods, verdant pastures, and fertile meadows, they are now far- too deteriorated to be reclaimable by man, nor can they...or other mysterious influences or agencies of which wo have no present knowledge, and over which we have no prospective control." Again, " The earth is...
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Annual Report of the Commissioner of the General Land Office to the ...

United States. General Land Office - Public lands - 1868
...historical period,' they are known to have been covered with luxuriant woods, verdant pastures, and fertile meadows, they are now too far deteriorated to be reclaimable by man ; aor can they become again fitted for human use except through great geological changes or other mysterious...
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The Missouri Yearbook of Agriculture: Annual Report, Volume 4

Missouri. State Board of Agriculture - Agriculture - 1869
...historical period,' they are known to have been covered with luxuriant woods, verdant pastures and fertile meadows, they are now too far deteriorated to be reclaimable by man." The facts stated are undeniable, and the causes assigned for them are only too true; but w* lemur to...
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Transactions and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute, Volume 2

New Zealand Institute - 1871
...historical epoch,' they are known to have been covered with luxuriant woods, verdant pastures, and fertile meadows, they are now too far deteriorated to be reclaimable by man, or to become again fitted for human use, except through great geological changes or other influences...
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The Earth as Modified by Human Action

George Perkins Marsh - Conservation of natural resources - 1874 - 656 pages
...historical period," they are known to have been covered with luxuriant woods, verdant pastures, and fertile meadows, they are now too far deteriorated...reclaimable by man, nor can they become again fitted fr human use, except through great geological changes, or other mysterious influences or agencies...
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Forest Culture and Eucalyptus Trees

Ellwood Cooper - Eucalyptus - 1876 - 237 pages
...historical period,' they are known to have been covered with luxuriant woods, verdant pastures, and fertile meadows, they are now too far deteriorated to be reclaimable by man. Nor can they becomeagain fitted for human use except through great geological changes, or other mysterious influences...
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The Edinburgh Review, Volume 149

English literature - 1879
...historical period, they are known to have been covered with luxuriant woods, verdant pastures, and fertile meadows, they are now too far deteriorated...can they become again fitted for human use except by great geological changes, or other mysterious influences or agencies of which we have no present...
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