. The art of landscape gardening . Landscape gardening. Theory and Practice the opening b c, in one direction, and d e in the other, neither comprehending more than twenty or thirty de- grees. But if he removes to a near the windows, he will then see all the objects, within the angle f g, in one direction,-or h i in the other; yet it is obvious that,even from these spots, that part of the landscape which lies. F'g- 9- betwixt the extreme lines of vision f and h will be invis- ible, or at least seen with difficulty, by placing the eye much nearer to the window than is always convenient. From he
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