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" Society to support the charge thereof, for the manifestation of the power, wisdom, and glory of God in the works of the creation, and that their apprentices and others may better distinguish good and useful plants... "
Memoirs, historical and illustrative of the botanick garden at Chelsea ... - Page 29
by Henry Field - 1820
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Medical jurisprudence, Volume 1

John Ayrton Paris, John Samuel Martin Fonblanque - Medical jurisprudence - 1823
...further declares, that to the end the said garden may at all times hereafter be continued as a physic garden, and for the better encouraging and enabling...plants, from those that bear resemblance to them, yet are hurtful, and other the like good purposes; the said Sir Hans Sloane, grants, releases and confirms...
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Gossip

Henry Morley - 1857 - 436 pages
...manor, on condition that it was to be maintained as a physic garden at the charge of the apothecaries, " for the manifestation of the power, wisdom, and glory...others may better distinguish good and useful plants." The charge of the garden has accordingly been to this day maintained, without grudging, by direct annual...
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Memoirs of the Botanic Garden at Chelsea Belonging to the Society of ...

Henry Field - Botanical gardens - 1878 - 272 pages
...Hans Sloane himself in the document referred to, where he states that the Garden is to be maintained " for the manifestation of the power, wisdom, and glory of God in the works of creation." It is true that one principal object of the Garden is to encourage the study of Botany on...
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Books and Papers, 1850-70, Volume 1

Henry Morley - 1891
...manor, on condition that if was to be maintained as a physic garden at the charge of the apothecaries, "for the manifestation of the power, wisdom, and glory...others may better distinguish good and useful plants". The charge of the garden has accordingly been to this day maintained, without grudging, at a cost of...
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Early Papers and Some Memories

Henry Morley - 1891 - 384 pages
...manor, on condition that it was to be maintained as a physic garden at the charge of the apothecaries, "for the manifestation of the power, wisdom, and glory...others may better distinguish good and useful plants". The charge of the garden has accordingly been to this day maintained, without grudging, at a cost of...
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The Sunday at Home, Volume 38

1891
...our present commercial spirit, these Chelsea acres (to use the words of the old deed) were set apart for the manifestation of the power, wisdom and glory of God in the works of Creation. Perhaps we have forgotten the glory of God in the glamour of money-making. Perhaps we do...
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Journal of Horticulture and Home Farmer

Gardening - 1907
...in the botanical garden at Chelsea which was founded by Sir Hans Sloane, in 1673, to be maintained " for the manifestation of the power, wisdom, and glory of God in the works of creation," and which still exists as the botanical emporium of the Apothecaries' Society. The majority...
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Poetic Exhibitions: Romantic Aesthetics and the Pleasures of the British Museum

Eric Gidal - Art - 2001 - 284 pages
...for joint control of and access to the Apothecaries' Garden in Chelsea, Sloane spoke of the garden as "the manifestation of the power, wisdom and glory of God in the works of the Creation." 25 His preface to the Natural History of Jamaica registers both the empirical methodology and the unbridled...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 187

1890
...to the end, says the deed, "that the said garden may at all times hereafter be continued as a physic garden, and for the better encouraging and enabling...useful plants from those that bear resemblance to them that are hurtful." If these conditions are not fulfilled by the Apothecaries, the garden reverts to...
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Journal of Horticulture, Cottage Gardener and Home Farmer

Agriculture - 1902
...that the garden might be continued as a physic garden, and for enabling the society to maintain it for the manifestation of the power, wisdom, and glory of God in the works of creation, and that the apprentices of the society and others might better distinguish good and useful...
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