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embroidered star of several colours; I saw not the like any where, no not at Dr. Uvedale's, though he has the same plant. He raises many ftriped hollies by inoculation, though Captain Foster grafts them as we do apple-trees. He is very curious in propagating greens, but is dear with them. He has a folio paper book, in which he has pasted the leaves and flowers of almost all manner of plants, which make a pretty show, and are more instructive than any cuts in Herbals.
28. Clements, at Mile End, has no bigger a garden than Darby, but has more greens, yet not of such curious sorts. He keeps them in a green-house made with a light charge. He has vines in many places about old trees, which they wind about. He made wine this year of his white muscadine, and white frontinac, better, I thought, than any French white wine. He keeps a shop of seeds in plants, in pots next the street.
* Since writing the above, I have observed that the sweet came is mentioned in . .
two places in Scripture, and in both as an article of merchandize.
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