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" like the Eoses of China, Chrysanthemums soon escaped from the conservatories of the curious, and as rapidly spread themselves over every part of the island, filling the windows of the cottagers and the parterres of the opulent with their autumnal beauties,... "
The Chrysanthemum: Its History, Culture, Classification, and Nomenclature - Page 3
by Frederick William Burbidge - 1884 - 102 pages
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The North British Review, Volume 14

Allan Freer - 1851
...fiction by which the marriage of Protestants was considered null and their children illegitimate ; and that it was not until the beginning of the nineteenth century that the right of Protestants to celebrate their worship publicly was conceded by law. \ ; During this protracted...
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History and Functions of Central Labor Unions, Issues 30-33

William Maxwell Burke - Labor movement - 1899 - 125 pages
...guilds, or with Mr. and Mrs. Webb that their origin cannot be traced directly to these guilds, we know that it was not until the beginning of the nineteenth century that the modern trade union began to flourish and to grow in strength and numbers. It was not very long...
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The Chrysanthemum: Its Culture for Professional Growers and Amateurs; a ...

Arthur Herrington - Chrysanthemums - 1905 - 160 pages
...published in 1824, tells us that the new plant was sold at a high price soon after its introduction, but it was not until the beginning of the nineteenth century...as a florist's flower. "Then," says he, "like the Eoses of China, Chrysanthemums soon escaped from the conservatories of the curious, and as rapidly...
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English Local Government: English prisons under local government (with ...

Sidney Webb, Beatrice Potter Webb - Local government - 1922
...administrative body ; and they were often obstructed by the strenuous opposition of the county ratepayers, so that it was not until the beginning of the nineteenth century that they were all completed.4 1 Proceedings of the Grand Juries . . . of the County of Gloucester in Designing...
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Keyguide to Information Sources in Museum Studies

Peter Woodhead, Geoffrey Stansfield - Museum publications - 1994 - 224 pages
...made accessible to the public with the opening of the Louvre in 1793. Lewis (1992a) suggests, however, that it was not until the beginning of the nineteenth century that the role of museums in contributing to national consciousness began to be recognized in Europe. He...
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