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" English horticulturists can be produced in this country, and we hope the time is not far distant when we shall not be dependent upon England for new varieties. "
The Magazine of Horticulture, Botany, and All Useful Discoveries and ... - Page 246
1837
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Repository of Arts, Literature, Fashions &c

Decoration and ornament - 1823
...our churches worthy of the state of our arts ; to see some " Gospel glories grace religion's walls;" and we hope the time is not far distant when we shall sec true taste accomplish that which perhaps a pardonable prejudice has in modern times withheld. THE...
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The Mechanics' Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal, and Gazette, Volume 19

Industrial arts - 1833
...old system is the most formidable ; but facts, pregnant with ample profit, must ultimately prevail, and we hope the time is not far distant when we shall have the satisfaction of witnessing the perfection of the manfacture of this article on every estate...
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Minutes of methodist conferences

John Wesley, A.M - 1833
...Christ to these savages, and they are converted. These Missions become more interesting every year ; and we hope the time is not far distant, when we shall be able to supply these sons of the forest with the bread of life, along the whole length of our frontier....
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Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel ..., Volume 19

Perry Fairfax Nursey - Industrial arts - 1833
...old system is the most formidable ; but facts, pregnant with ample profit, must ultimately prevail, and we hope the time is not far distant when we shall have the satisfaction of witnessing the perfection of the manfacture of this article on every estate...
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The Magazine of Horticulture, Botany, and All Useful Discoveries ..., Volume 3

Charles Mason Hovey - Gardening - 1837
...has decided which to save and which to reject, he should at once proceed to destroy those which are considered as not worth cultivating; for if left in...roses, rhododendrons, azaleas, &c. Some of the roses arc now in blsom, and many of them may be deemed valuable additions to our floral collections: I mean...
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The Magazine of Horticulture, Botany, and All Useful Discoveries ..., Volume 5

Fruit-culture - 1839
...scarcely be said to be known among our florists, but iis beauty entitles it to their fostering care; and we hope the time is not far distant, when we shall find the amateur grower possessed of his stage of auriculas, as well as his bed of tulips or pansies....
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A Series of Letters on the Improved Mode in the Cultivation and Management ...

James Hill Dickson - Flax - 1846 - 248 pages
...attention to the cultivation of flax, they would find it the most profitable plant they could grow ; and we hope the time is not far distant when we shall be able to purchase the article at home, instead of having, as at present, to depend partly on foreigners...
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Report, Volume 26

New Hampshire State Board of Education - 1856
...adopted, has given good satisfaction, and met the most sanguine expectation of its warmest friends. And we hope the time is not far distant when we shall see this accomplished in Concord. The Committee most earnestly desire to have the Capital of the State...
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The Horticultural review and botanical magazine, Volume 1

Gardening - 1851
...that is certainly no reason why his home should be more rude, or his home circle less truly refined; and we hope the time is not far distant when we shall have a system of free education so complete, that every family circle throughout the land may be an...
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Report of the State Board of Education and State Superintendent of Public ...

New Jersey. State Board of Education - Education - 1857
...of my closing remarks, I •would say that the majority of the people are in favor of free schools, and we "hope the time is not far distant when we shall have such. There are no free schools in the township. WM. E. SHARP, EVESHAM. Town Superintendent. Enclosed...
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