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" In the centre of the road stood an enormous tulip-tree, which towered like a giant above all the other trees of the neighborhood, and formed a kind of landmark. Its limbs were gnarled and fantastic, large enough to form trunks for ordinary trees, twisting... "
The Edinburgh Monthly Review - Page 302
1820
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The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon, Gent, Volume 2

Washington Irving - 1820 - 438 pages
...of land-mark. Its limbs were knarled, and fantastic, large enough to form trunks for ordinary trees, twisting down almost to the earth, and rising again...fate of its ill-starred namesake, and partly from the tales of strange sights, and doleful lamentations, told concerning it. As Ichabod approached this fearful...
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The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon, Gent, Volume 2

Washington Irving - 1821 - 366 pages
...of land-mark. Its limbs were knarled, and fantastic, large enough to form trunks for ordinary trees, twisting down almost to the earth, and rising again...connected with the tragical story of the unfortunate Andre1, who had been taken prisoner hard by; and was universally known by the name of Major Andre's...
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The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon, Gent, Volume 2

Washington Irving - 1822 - 416 pages
...of land-mark. Its limbs were knarled, and fantastic, large enough to form trunks for ordinary trees, twisting down almost to the earth, and rising again...fate of its ill-starred namesake, and partly from the tales of strange sights, and doleful lamentations told concerning it. As Ichabod approached this fearful...
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The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon, Gent, Volume 2

Washington Irving - 1822 - 490 pages
...of land-mark. Its limbs were knarled, and fantastic, large enough to form trunks for ordinary trees, twisting down almost to the earth, and rising again...by; and was universally known by the name of Major Andrews tree. The common people regarded it with a mixture of respect and superstition, partly out...
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The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon, Gent. [pseud.] ...

Washington Irving - 1824 - 804 pages
...of land-mark. Its limbs were knarlcd, and fantastic, large enough to form trunks for ordinary trees, twisting down almost to the earth, and rising again...fate of its ill-starred namesake, and partly from the tales of strange sights, and doleful lamentations told concerning it. As Jchabod approached this fearful...
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The Modern Traveller: A Popular Description, Geographical, Historical, and ...

Josiah Conder - 1829 - 466 pages
...towered like a giant above all the other trees of the neighbourhood, and formed a kind of land-mark. It was connected with the tragical story of the unfortunate...fate of its ill-starred namesake, and partly from the tales of strange sights and doleful lamentations told concerning it About two hundred yards from the...
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The Sketch-book of Geoffrey Crayon, Gent. [pseud.] ...

Washington Irving - 1829 - 522 pages
...of landmark. Its limbs were gnarled and fantastic, large enough to form trunks for ordinary trees, twisting down almost to the earth, and rising again...connected with the tragical story of the unfortunate Andr6, who had been taken prisoner hard by ; and was universally known by the name of Major Andre's...
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North America, Part 1

Josiah Conder - 1830 - 396 pages
...and formed a kind of land-mark. It was connected with the tragical story of the unfortunate Andr6, who had been taken prisoner hard by, and was universally...fate of its ill-starred namesake, and partly from the tales of strange sights and doleful lamentations told concerning it About two hundred yards from the...
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The Beauties of Washington Irving, Esq. ...

Washington Irving - 1830 - 346 pages
...of land-mark. Its limbs were gnarled, and fantastic, large enough to form trunks for ordinary trees, twisting down almost to the earth, and rising again...connected with the tragical story of the unfortunate AndrS, who had been taken prisoner hard by ; and was universally known by the name of Major Andr&'s...
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The Sketch-book of Geoffrey Crayon, Esq, Volume 2

Washington Irving - 1834 - 334 pages
...of land-mark. Its limbs were knarled, and fantastic, large enough to form trunks for ordinary trees, twisting down almost to the earth, and rising again...by ; and was universally known by the name of Major Andrews tree. The common people regarded it with a mixture of respect and superstition, partly out...
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