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" There is indeed something truly magnificent in this kind of amusement : it gives a nobler air to several parts of nature ; it fills the earth with a variety of beautiful scenes, and has something in it like creation. "
A series of genuine letters between Henry and Frances [by R. and E. Griffith]. - Page 163
by Richard Griffith, Elizabeth Griffith - 1767 - 298 pages
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House-plants as sanitary agents, or, the Relation of growing vegetation to ...

James Meschter Anders - 1887 - 330 pages
..."There is indeed something truly magnificent in this kind of amusement. It gives a nobler air to several parts of nature; it fills the earth with a variety of beautiful scenes, and has something iu it like creation. For this reason the pleasure of one who plants is something...
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The SPECTATOR

1898
...is indeed something truly magnificent in this kind of Amusement ? It gives a nobler Air to several Parts of Nature', it fills the Earth with a Variety of beautiful Scenes, and has something in it like Creation, For this Reason the Pleasure of one who plants is something...
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The New Zealand Official Year-book

New Zealand - 1902
...There is indeed something truly magnificent in this kind of amusement. It gives a nobler aim to several parts of nature, it fills the earth with a variety of beautiful scenes, and has something in it like creation. For this reason, the pleasure of one who plants is something...
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