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" On the top of this rock grows a tree, called in the language of the ancient inhabitants, Garse, ie Sacred or Holy Tree, which for many years has been preserved sound, entire and fresh. "
The New London Magazine - Page 545
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The Poetical Works of Robert Southey: With a Memoir, Volume 4

Robert Southey - 1880
...whole island, is a narrow gutter, or gulley, which commences at the sea, and continues to the summit of the cliff, where it joins or coincides with a valley, which is terminated by the steep front of a rock. On the top of this rock grows a tree, called, in the language of the ancient...
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Cyclopedia of Wonders and Curiosities of Nature and Art, Science and ...

John Platts - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1882
...island, is a gutter or gully, which commences at the sea, and continues to the summit of the ciiff, where it joins or coincides with a valley, which is terminated by the steep front of a rock. On the top of this rock grows a tree, called, in the language of the ancient...
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The Poetical Works of Robert Southey: With a Memoir ...

Robert Southey - 1884
...is a narrow gutter, or gulley, which commences at the sea, and continues to the summit of the clitf, where it joins or coincides with a valley, which is terminated by the steep front of a rock. On the top of this rock grows a tree, called, in the language of the ancient...
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Cultus Arborum: A Descriptive Account of Phallic Tree Worship, with ...

Freemasonry - 1890 - 111 pages
...whole island, is a narrow gutter or gulley, which commences at the sea and continues to the summit of the cliff, where it joins or coincides with a valley, which is terminated by the steep front of a rock. 'On the top of this rock grows a tree, called in the language of the ancient...
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The Poetical Works

Robert Southey - 1880
...whole island, is a narrow gutter or gulley, which commences at the sea, and continues to the summit of the cliff, where it joins or coincides with a valley, which is terminated by the steep front of a rock. On the top of this rock grows a tree, called, in the language of the ancient...
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Annual Register, Volume 7

Edmund Burke - History - 1765
...afcent that furrounds the whole ifland, is a narrow gutter, or gulley, which commences 'at "the fea, ^and continues to the fummit of' the cliff, where...called in the language of the ancient inhabitants, Garfe, Sacred or Holy Tree, which, for many years, has been preferred found, entire and frefli. Its...
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