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" ... It enters largely into the composition of the blood, and juices of animals and plants ; forms an important ingredient in their organized structures, and bears a fixed and unalterable relation to their whole vital economy. It was the only beverage... "
A woman's hardy garden - Page 2
by Helena Rutherfurd Ely - 1904 - 216 pages
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Annual Report of the Executive Committee of the American ..., Volumes 1-8

American Temperance Society - Temperance - 1828
...whole vital economy. It was the only beverage of the human family in their primeval state. In that garden, where grew ' every tree pleasant to the sight and good for food,' producing all the richness and variety of ' fruit and flower' which an omnipotent and all-bountiful...
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Permanent Temperance Documents of the American Temperance Society, Volume 1

American Temperance Society - Temperance - 1835 - 464 pages
...whole vital economy. It was the only beverage of the human family in their primeval state. In that garden, where grew 'every tree pleasant to the sight and good for food,' producing all the richness and variety of ' fruit and flower' which an omnipotent and all-bountiful...
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The New Hampshire Book: Being Specimens of the Literature of the Granite ...

Charles James Fox, Samuel Osgood - American literature - 1842 - 391 pages
...whole vital economy. It was the only beverage of the human family in their primeval state. In that garden, where grew " every tree pleasant to the sight and good for food," producing all the richness and variety of " fruit and flower " which an omnipotent and allbountiful...
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Introduction to the American Common-school Reader and Speaker: Comprising ...

William Russell - Elocution - 1845 - 288 pages
...whole vital economy. It was the only beverage of the human family in their primeval state. In that garden, where grew ' every tree pleasant to the sight and good for food,' producing all the richness and variety of ' fruit and flower,' which an omnipotent and all-bountiful...
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Ye Gardeyne Boke: A Collection of Quotations Instructive and Sentimental ...

Flowers - 1906 - 72 pages
...Humane Pleasures, it is the Greatest Refreshment to the Spirits of Man. Francis Bacon {Lord Verulam). It has always seemed to me that the punishment of the...forth into the great world without hope of returning! O Eve, had you not desired wisdom, your happy children might still be tilling the soil of that blessed...
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The American Gardener: A Sampler

Allen Lacy - Gardening - 1990 - 384 pages
Allen Lacy has gathered together a colorful sampler of American gardening writing from Thomas Jefferson to our own day. Among the fifty-two writers represented are such ...
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