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" Duke perceived that the plantation required thinning, in order to admit a free circulation of air, and give health and vigour to the young trees. He accordingly gave instructions to his gardener, and directed him as to the mode and extent of the thinning... "
Arboretum et fruticetum Britannicum; or, The trees and shrubs of Britain - Seite 2183
1838
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The Gardener's Magazine and Register of Rural and Domestic Improvement, Band 15

John Claudius Loudon - 1839
...svarren, producing nothing but a few blades of grass, with the heath or ling indigenous to the soil, and without a single tree upon it. " In the course of...and, moreover, it would be seriously injurious to my reputation as a planter.' " My grandfather, who was of an impetuous and decided character, but always...
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THE GARDENER'S MAGAZINE

J.C. LOUDON - 1839
...warren, producing nothing but a few blades of grass, with the heath or ling indigenous to the soil, and without a single tree upon it. " In the course of...and, moreover, it would be seriously injurious to my reputation as a planter.' " My grandfather, who was of an impetuous and decided character, but always...
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Correspondence of John, Fourth Duke of Bedford, Band 1

John Russell Duke of Bedford - 1842
...rabbit-warren, producing nothing but a few blades of grass, with the heath or ling indigenous to the soil, and without a single tree upon it. In the course of a...and, moreover, it would be seriously injurious to my reputation as a planter." The Duke replied, " Do as I desire you, and I will take care of your reputation."...
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the monthly review

G. Henderson - 1842
...indigenous to the soil, and without a single tree upon it. In the course of a few years, the Duke perceived the plantation required thinning, in order to admit...and, moreover, it would be seriously injurious to my reputation as a planter." The Duke replied, " Do as I desire you, and I will take care of your reputation."...
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The Monthly Review

1842
...accordingly gave instructions to his gardener and directed him as to the mode and extent of the t'.iinning required. The gardener paused, and hesitated, and...and, moreover, it would be seriously injurious to my reputation as a planter." The Duke replied, " Do as I desire you, and I will take care of your reputation."...
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, Band 16

1849
...plantation required thinning, in order to admit a freer circulation of air, and give health and vigor to the young trees, he accordingly gave instructions...young plantation, and, moreover, it would be seriously mjurious to my reputation as a planter.' The duke replied, ' Do as I desire you, and I will take care...
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Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Band 16

1849
...plantation required thinning, in order to admit a freer circulation of air, and give health and vigor same legend of the murdered apprentice аш the martyred...reappears under diiferen names — so that in effect my reputation as a planter.' The duke replied, ' Do as I desire you, and I will take care of your reputation.'...
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The Practice of Forestry

Christopher Young Michie - 1888 - 315 Seiten
...proper time, in spite of his gardener, who, on receiving directions as to the thinning, replied, ' Your Grace must pardon me if I humbly remonstrate...orders ; but I cannot possibly do what you desire, since it would destroy the young plantation and seriously injure my reputation as a planter.' The Duke...
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Pot-pourri from a Surrey Garden

Maria Theresa Earle, Mrs. C. W. Earle - 1897 - 381 Seiten
...rabbit-warren, producing nothing but a few blades of grass, with the heath or ling indigenous to the soil, and without a single tree upon it. ' In the course of...and, moreover, it would be seriously injurious to my reputation as a planter." ' My grandfather, who was of an impetuous and decided character, but always...
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A Great Agricultural Estate: Being the Story of the Origin and ...

Herbrand Arthur Russell Duke of Bedford - 1897 - 254 Seiten
...thinning in order to admit a free circulation of air and give health and vigour to the young trees, gave instructions to his gardener, and directed him...paused and hesitated, and at length said : ' Your * Gardener and botanist, Chelsea, and soon distinborn in 1691. He succeeded guished himself by his...
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