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" Spain ; but as it would take some time to introduce them into use in that country, and afterwards to make the Italians so well acquainted with them as to give them a name,* there is every reason to believe they had been several years in Europe, before... "
Transactions of the Horticultural Society of London - Seite 10
1820
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The Monthly Review

Ralph Griffiths, G. E. Griffiths - 1709 - 552 Seiten
...from the President of the Royal Society. — Sir Joseph enters into some details, from which he infers that potatoes were first brought into Europe from the mountainous parts of South America, in the vicinity of Quito. — As to the Hill-Wbeat, the account is very short, and not rery satisfactory....
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The Lady's Magazine: Or Entertaining Companion for the Fair Sex ..., Band 38

1807
...conjecture is confirmed by the accounts of other travellers. From these details it appears probable, that potatoes were first brought into Europe from the mountainous parts of Quito ; and as the Spaniards were sole possessors of that country, there can be little doubt that they...
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The Port Folio

Joseph Dennie, Asbury Dickins - 1809
...conjecture has been confirmed by the accounts of travellers, who have since that period visited the country. From these details we may fairly infer, that potatoes...time to introduce them into use in that country, and afterward to make the Italians so well acquainted with them as to give them a name*, there is every...
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The Athenaeum: A Magazine of Literary and Miscellaneous Information ..., Band 1

John Aikin - 1807
...conjecture is confirmed by the accounts of other travellers. From these deta Is it appears probable that Potatoes were first brought into Europe from the mountainous parts of Quito ; and as the Spaniards wer» «ole possessors of that country, there can be little doubt that...
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A Journal of Natural Philosophy, Chemistry and the Arts, Bände 19-20

William Nicholson - 1808
...infer, that potatoes were General infofirst brought into Europe from the mountainous parts of rence' South America, in the neighbourhood of Quito ; and,...time to% introduce them into use in that country, and afterward to make the Italians so well acquainted with them as to give them a name*, there is every...
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The Literary Magazine, and American Register, Band 8

1808
...conjecture is confirmed by the accounts of other travellers. From these details it appears probable, that potatoes were first brought into Europe from the mountainous parts of Quito ; and as the Spaniards were sole possessors of that country, there can be little doubt that they...
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The Imperial magazine; or, Compendium of religious, moral ..., Band 3

...the country. It is concluded, that, from these details, it may fairly be inferred, that potatoes were brought into Europe from the mountainous parts of South America, in the neighbourhood of Quito ; and that, as the Spaniards were the sole possessors of that country, there can be little doubt of their...
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The Imperial Magazine, Or, Compendium of Religious, Moral ..., Band 3

1821
...concluded, that, from these details, it may fairly be inferred, that potatoes were brought into Kurope from the mountainous parts of South America, in the neighbourhood of Quito ; and that, as the Spaniards were the sole possessors of that country, there can be little doubt of their...
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A Statistical and Agricultural Survey of the County of Galway: With ...

Hely Dutton - 1824 - 640 Seiten
...conjecture has been confirmed by the accounts of travellers, who have since that period visited the country. From these details we may fairly infer, that potatoes were first brought into Europe from the mountaineous parts of South America in the neighbourhood of Quito ; and, as the Spaniards were the...
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The new American gardener: containing practical directions on the culture of ...

Thomas Green Fessenden - 1828 - 306 Seiten
...POTATO.— Sir Joseph Banks (Hort. Trans, i. 8) considers that the potato was first brought -to Spain from the mountainous parts of South America, in the neighbourhood of Quito. To England, however, this root found its way by a different route, being brought from Virginia by the...
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