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" When a Frenchman reads of the Garden of Eden, I do not doubt but he concludes it was something approaching to that of Versailles, with dipt hedges, berceaus, and trellis-work. "
Planting and rural ornament [by W.H. Marshall]. - Page 193
by William Marshall - 1796 - 408 pages
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Annual Register, Volume 23

History - 1781
...generality of mankind form their ideas from the import of words in their own age, we have no reafon to think that for many centuries the term garden implied more than a kitchen-garden ororch»rd. When a Frenchman, reads of the garden of Eden, I do not doubt but he concludes it waj fomething...
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Planting and Ornamental Gardening: A Practical Treatise

Mr. Marshall (William) - Botany - 1785 - 638 pages
...generality of mankind form their ideas from the import of words in their Own age, we have no reafort to think that for many centuries the term Garden implied...concludes it was fomething approaching to that of Verfailles, with dipt hedges, berceaus, and trellis-work. If his devotion humbles him fo far .as to...
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Anecdotes of Painting in England;: With Some Account of the Principal ...

Horace Walpole, George Vertue - Painting, English - 1786
...words in their own age, we have no reafon to think that for many centuries the term garden implied mpre than a kitchen-garden or orchard. When a Frenchman...concludes it was fomething approaching to that of Verfailles, with dipt hedges, berceaus, and trellis-work. If his devotion humbles him. fo far as to...
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Annual Register, Volume 23

Edmund Burke - History - 1788
...generality of mankind form their ideas from the imNport of words in their own age, we have no reafon to think that for many centuries the term garden implied...concludes it was fomething approaching to that of Verfailles, with dipt hedges, berceaus, and trellis-work. If his devotion humbles him fo far as to...
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The Scots Magazine, Volume 44

English literature - 1782
...mankind form their ideas Gardening. 173 from the import of words in their own age, we have no reafon to think that for many centuries the term garden implied more than a kitchen -garden or orchard. When a Frenchman reads of the garden of Eden, I do not doubt but he concludes...
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Planting and rural ornament, Volume 1

Mr. Marshall (William) - 1796
...generality of * mankind form their ideas from the import of ' words in their own age, we have no reafon to ' think that for many centuries the term Garden...of Eden, ' I do not doubt but he concludes it was fornething * approaching to that of Verfailles, with dipt * hedges, berceaus, and trellis- work. If...
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On Planting and Rural Ornament: A Practical Treatise, Volume 1

Mr. Marshall (William) - Forests and forestry - 1803 - 454 pages
...lity of mankind form their ideas from the im' port of words in their own age, we have no reason *JLo think that for many centuries the term Garden ' implied...orchard. ' When a Frenchman reads of the garden of Eden, c I do not doubt but he concludes it was something ' approaching to that of Versailles, with dipt '...
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 176

1892
...have no reason to think that, for many centuries, the term garden meant more than a kitchen garden or orchard. . . . When a Frenchman * reads of the Garden of Eden, I do not doubt that he concludes it was something approaching to that of Versailles, with clipt hedges, berceaus,...
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Anecdotes of Painting in England: With Some Account of the ..., Volume 4

Artists - 1827
...generality of mankind form their ideas from the import of words in their own age, we have no reason to think that for many centuries the term garden implied...garden of Eden, I do not doubt but he concludes it was something approaching to that of Versailles, with clipt hedges, berceaus and trellis-work. If his devotion...
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includes "On modern gardening"

Gardening - 1849
...generality of mankind form their ideas from the import of words in their own age, we have no reason to think that for many centuries the term garden implied...garden of Eden, I do not doubt but he concludes it was something approaching to that of Versailles, with clipped hedges, berceaus, and trellis-work. If his...
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