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" Twas a fair scene wherein they stood, A green and sunny glade amid the wood, And in the midst an aged Banian grew. It was a goodly sight to see That venerable tree, For o'er the lawn, irregularly spread, Fifty straight columns propt its lofty head; And... "
The Magazine of Science, and Schools of Art - Page 177
1841
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Poems of Robert Southey: Containing Thalaba, The Curse of Kehama, Roderick ...

Robert Southey - 1909 - 808 pages
...wherein they stood, A green and sunny glade amid the wood, And in the midst an aged Banian grew. It was a goodly sight to see That venerable tree, For o'er...to strike its root, Straight like a plummet, grew towards the ground. «o Some on the lower boughs which crost their way, Fixing their bearded fibres,...
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The Poetical Works

Robert Southey - 720 pages
...wherein they stood, A green and sunny glade amid the wood, And in the midst an aged Banian grew. It was a goodly sight to see That venerable tree, For o'er...to strike its root, Straight like a plummet, grew towards the ground. Some on the lower boughs which crost their way, Fixing their bearded fibres, round...
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Mosher's Magazine: Official Organ of the Catholic Summer School ..., Volume 14

1899 - 380 pages
...wherein they stood, A green and sunny glade amid the wood, And in the midst an aged Banian grew. It was a goodly sight to see That venerable tree ; For, o'er...to strike its root, Straight, like a plummet, grew towards the ground. Some on the lower boughs, which crost their way, Fixing their bearded fibres, round...
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Routledge's Every Boy's Annual

1882 - 708 pages
...banyan. The Muse of Southey has never been more happily employed than in its description. " It was a goodly sight to see That venerable tree. For o'er the lawn irregularly spread Fifty straight columns propped its lofty head : And many a long depending shoot Seeming to strike its root Straight like a...
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