Transactions of the Bombay Geographical Society, 7권

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The Society, 1846
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123 페이지 - ... inches below the wound. This is left for a month when a fresh incision is made in the same place but deeper. A third month elapses and the operation is again repeated after which the gum is supposed to have attained a proper degree of consistency. The mountain sides are immediately covered with parties of men and boys who scrape off the large clear globules into a basket while the inferior quality that has run down the tree is packed separately.
123 페이지 - A third month elapses, and the operation is again effected, after which the gum is supposed to have attained a proper degree of consistency. The mountain sides are immediately covered with parties of men and boys, who scrape off the large, clear globules into a basket, whilst the inferior quality that has run down the tree is packed separately.
123 페이지 - February or beginning of March, the Bedouins visit all the trees in succession, and make a deep incision in each, peeling off a narrow strip of bark for about five inches below the wound. This is left for a month, when a fresh incision is made in the same place, but deeper. A third month elapses, and the operation is again effected, after which the gum is supposed to have attained a proper degree of consistency.
143 페이지 - I pity the man who can travel from Dan. to Beersheba, and cry, 'Tis all barren and so it is; and so is all the world to him, who will not cultivate the fruits it offers.
123 페이지 - ... basket, whilst the inferior quality that has run down the tree is packed separately. The gum when first taken from the tree is very soft, but hardens quickly.
30 페이지 - Junagadh dynasty owes much of its present power, was the nearest approach to an educated native gentleman the country contained. His tastes and habits of thought were above his age ; but he departed without casting his mantle on a successor.
40 페이지 - They appear suddenly in dense masses past all counting, as if springing from the earth about the harvest season. Nothing can stop them — fires, ditches, and water have been tried in vain ; they move along, a mighty host, eating up all that comes in their way. All at once they vanish as if by magic, and for years not one is to be seen ; they are about double the size of a common rat, and are of a reddish sandy colour.

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