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" A plant which, with such advantage, might be applied to so many useful and important purposes, would certainly be a great acquisition to England, where it would probably thrive with very little trouble, as it seems to be hardy, and to affect no particular... "
A General Collection of Voyages and Travels: Including the Most Interesting ... - Seite 31
von William Fordyce Mavor - 1813
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Annual Register, Band 16

Edmund Burke - 1774
...advantage might be applied to fo many ufeful and important purpofes, would certainly be a great acquifition to England, where it would probably thrive with very little trouble, as it feems to be hardy, and to affedt no particular foil ; being found equally in hill and valley ; in the...
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An Account of the Voyages Undertaken by the Order of His Present Majesty ...

John Byron, Samuel Wallis, Philip Carteret, James Cook, Joseph Banks, Constantine John Phipps Baron Mulgrave - 1775
...fize. A plant, which with fuch advantage might be applied to fo many ufeful and important purpofes, would certainly be a great acquisition to England,...where it •would probably thrive with very little irouble, as it feems to be hardy, and to affeft no particular foil ; being found equally in hill and...
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Annual Register, Band 16

1803
...which, as I have before remarked, are of an enormous size. A plant, which with such advantage might be applied . to so many useful and important purposes,...very little trouble, as it seems to be hardy, and io affect no particular soil ; being found equally in bill and valley; in the dryest mould, and the...
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Magazine of Botany and Gardening British and Foreign ..., Bände 1-2

1833
...with such advantages might be applied to so many useful and important purposes, would certainly he a great acquisition to England, where it would probably...equally in hill and valley, in the driest mould and in the deepest bogs. The bog, however it seems rather to prefer, as near such places we found it to...
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The Encyclopædia of Geography: Comprising a Complete Description of ..., Band 3

Hugh Murray - 1837
...fishing-nets, some of which are of enormous size. A plant which might be applied with such advantage to so many useful and important purposes, would certainly be a great acquisition to our country, where it would probably thrive with very little trouble, as it seems to be hardy, and...
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The Encyclopædia of Geography: Comprising a Complete Description of ..., Band 3

Hugh Murray - 1837
...fishing-nets, some of which are of enormous size. A plant which might be applied with such advantage to so many useful and important purposes, would certainly be a great acquisition to our country, where it would probably thrive with very little trouble, as it seems to be hardy, and...
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The Farmers' Register, Band 6

Edmund Ruffin - 1838
...nets, Borne of which are of an enormous size. A plant which with such advantage might be applied lo so many useful and important purposes, would certainly...very little trouble, as it seems to be hardy and to aftect no particular soil, being found equally in hill and valley, in the driest mould and deepest...
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The Farmers' Register, A Monthly Publication, Devoted to the Improvement of ...

Edmund Ruffin - 1838
...their fishing nets, same ot' which are of an enormous size. A plant which with such advantage might be applied to so many useful and important purposes,...acquisition to England, where it would probably thrive wilh very little trouble, as it seems to be hardy and to affect no particular soil, being found equally...
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The Encyclopædia of Geography: Comprising a Complete Description of the ...

Hugh Murray - 1839
...fishing-nets, some of which are of enormous size. A plant which might be applied with such advantage to so many useful and important purposes, would certainly be a great acquisition to our country, where it would probably thrive with very little trouble, as it seems to be hardy, and...
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Manners and Customs of the New Zealanders: With Notes Corroborative ..., Band 2

Joel Samuel Polack - 1840
...was the first discoverer of this staple, and says, " A plant, which, with such advantages, might be applied to so many useful and important purposes,...valley, in the driest mould and the deepest bogs." It has been growing in France for the last forty years, and has withstood the severity of a Parisian...
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