Practical Forestry: A Treatise on the Propagation, Planting, and Cultivation, with a Description, and the Botanical and Popular Names of All the Indigenous Trees of the United States, Both Evergreen and Deciduous, Together with Notes on a Large Number of the Most Valuable Exotic Species
Orange Judd Company, 1908 - 299 páginas
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Página 291 - ... Researches of the Asiatic Society of Bengal ; but I may here observe that they consist of three cylindrical boxes of gold, pewter (or some mixed metal), and iron, which were found cased within one another, and placed in a chamber cut in a large block of stone at the foundation of the pile. The gold box is about three inches long and an inch and a half in diameter, filled with a black dirty substance like mud, half liquid, and mixed up with small pieces of glass or amber ; which would suggest...