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" The ^ast forests which cover them would be capable of furnishing, for ages, the most extensive ship-yards, with an abundant supply of timber, if the roughness of the mountains did not render the labour of cutting and conveyance too difficult and too expensive... "
Travels in South America, during ... 1801, 1802, 1803, and 1804. Transl - Page 64
by François Raymond J. de Pons - 1807
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A Voyage to the Eastern Part of Terra Firma: Or the Spanish Main ..., Volume 1

François Joseph Pons - 1806 - 2 pages
...building. The mountains of Venezuela produce the same kinds of wood, as the Antilles, besides a great many others, which are peculiar to them. The vast forests...arrangements to be made in the province of Cumana for the felling of wood to supply his European arsenals. This work did not last a long time ; but it ceased...
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The Monthly Review

Ralph Griffiths, George Edward Griffiths - 1807
...which are peculiar to them. The vast forest» which cover them would be capable of furnishing, forages, the most extensive ship-yards, with an abundant supply...sufficient encouragement to enable it to support its own expence. ' It is twenty years since the king ordered arrangement« to be made in the province of Cumana...
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The Edinburgh Gazetteer, Or Geographical Dictionary ..., Volume 2

1822
...most skilful cabinet-makers, cau produce from the finest and richest grained mahogany. These forests would be capable of furnishing for ages the most extensive...cutting and conveyance too difficult and too expensive. Mahogany is the only wood which is neither produced in such abundance nor perfection as in the West...
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Colombia: Being a Geographical, Statistical, Agricultural ..., Volume 2

Alexander Walker (Writer on Colombia) - 1822
...applied to all the various uses for which wood is employed. The vast forests which cover the mountains would be capable of furnishing, for ages, the most...an abundant supply of timber, if the roughness of these mountains did not render the labour of cutting and conveyance too difficult and too expensive...
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Colombia: Being a Geographical, Statistical, Agricultural ..., Volume 2

Alexander Walker, Colombia. [Appendix.]. - 1822
...applied to all the various uses for which wood is employed. The vast forests which cover the mountains would be capable of furnishing, for ages, the most...an abundant supply of timber, if the roughness of these mountains did not render the labour of cutting and conveyance too difficult and too expensive...
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Colombia; siendo una relacion geografica, topografica ..., Volume 2

Alexander Walker - 1822
...applied to all the various uses for which wood is employed. The vast forests which cover the mountains would be capable of furnishing, for ages, the most...an abundant supply of timber, if the roughness of these mountains did not render the labour of cutting and conveyance too difficult and too expensive...
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The London General Gazetteer, Or Geographical Dictionary: Containing a ...

1825
...most sVilf:! cabinet-makers can produce from the fine« and richest grained mahogany. These forests would be capable of furnishing for ages the most extensive...ship-yards with an abundant supply of timber, if the rouphne-s of the mountains did not render the labour of cutting and conveyance too difficult and too...
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