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106 THE CARPENTER [CH. VIII

has always been too expensive for use in the ordinary buildings,
except in a small quantity as for the handrail to the staircase.

The nineteenth century saw the introduction into England of
woods from all parts of the world, but their use is so recent that
they can hardly be said to have any history.

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