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" Indeed it has hardly been known in this country for more than a hundred years, and is still considered as one of the rarest of fruits. "
The Herb of the Field - Page 217
by Charlotte Mary Yonge - 1887 - 311 pages
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The Spirit of the Pilgrims, Volume 3

Congregational churches - 1830
...for communion at the Lord's table a theological question ? one which has been agitated by theologians in this country for more than a hundred years, and is still unsettled ? And did not Chief Justice Parker go into a consideration of this question, on the bench,...
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The Spirit of the Pilgrims, Volume 3

Congregational churches - 1830
...for communion at the Lord's table a theological question t one which has been agitated by theologians in this country for more than a hundred years, and is still unsettled ? And did not Chief Justice Parker go into a consideration of this question, on the bench,...
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Magazine for the young

1851
...crowned with the solid dark prickly leaves. It grows in quantities in hot countries, though only in the hot houses here. Indeed it has hardly been known in...taste, and wholesome for us, to grow freely without overcare or cost under our own temperate sky. Another fruit produced by a six-stamened flower, is the...
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Annual Report, Volume 4

New York (State). Dept. of Agriculture - 1907
...of the peach tree in America, viz. : The yellows, the rosette and the little peach. The yellows has been known in this country for more than a hundred years, and is pretty generally established throughout the peach-growing areas of the Northern States, to which it...
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