1 edition of New-England a degenerate plant. found in the catalog.
New-England a degenerate plant.
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|Statement||Iohn Rous Iohn Copeland, strangers. Samuel Shattock Nicholas Phelps Iosiah Southwick inhabitants. Whereunto is annexed a copy of a letter which came from one who hath been a magistrate among them, to a friend of his in London, wherein he gives an account of some of the cruel suffering of the people of God in those parts under the rulers of New-England, and their unrighteous laws|
|Series||Selected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 73483|
|Contributions||Rous, John, Copeland, J. R., Shattuck, Samuel, 1620?-1689, Phelps, Nicholas, Southwick, Josiah, Cudworth, James, d. 1682, Massachusetts, New Plymouth Colony|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||20|
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The Connecticut Botanical Society identifies bluets as a New England native plant, lists its height as 2 to 8 inches (it is most often on the low end of that range), and gives the diameter of the flower as 1/2 inch.
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Just a brilliant panorama of 19th century new england intellectualism written in captivating and poetic prose. From art to law to foreign travels, to poetry to philosophy to soulful transcendentalism, the book tells the birth growth development and evolution of the american intellectual in a time that saw profound luminaries and the growth of intellectual institutions/5.
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they were “the degenerate plant of a strange vine.” Where Cited by: Page - There are specimens of this money — in the same year, " for the prevention of washing or clipping," it was ordered " that henceforth all pieces of money coined as aforesaid should have a double ring on either side, with this inscription, MASSACHUSETTS, and a tree in the centre, on the one side ; and NEW ENGLAND, and the year of our Lord, on the other side.
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There is a continuing trend in horticulture towards the increased use of plants of North American origin in the garden. This continent has a great diversity of plant life, much of which lends itself to residential and commercial landscapes.
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