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the old one in stateliness, as it even now excels it in length and breadth.
Returning to the old garden over the broad stone bridge near the palm section, we come to the private bathing-place of the Governor-General, before which stand in Y B and C the Myrtaceae, to which belong the clove-tree, Djamboes, and the Eucalyptus.
Opposite the bathing-place stands the Lontar palm, and a little farther on the iron-wood tree, and in section VII F and G, figtrees flourish.
Proceeding till the northern extremity, we find in section IX D the advocaat-tree and the cinnamon-tree species; in IX A to E we
GOVERNMENT BOTANICAL GARDENS AT BUITENZORG.