Gardeners' Magazine of Botany, Horticulture, Floriculture, and Natural Science, Bände 1-2

William S. Orr and Company, 1850

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Seite 75 - There came men unto me, but I wist not whence they were : 5 And it came to pass about the time of shutting of the gate, when it was dark, that the men went out : whither the men went I wot not : pursue after them quickly; for ye shall overtake them. 6 But she had brought them up to the roof of the house, and hid them with the stalks of flax, which she had laid in order upon the roof.
Seite 76 - And a mitre of fine linen, and goodly bonnets of fine linen, and linen breeches of fine twined linen...
Seite 76 - And all the women that were wise-hearted did spin with their hands, and brought that which they had spun, both of blue, and of purple, and of scarlet, and of fine linen. And all the women whose heart stirred them up in wisdom spun goats
Seite 184 - Each layer of petals should be smaller than the layer immediately under it ; there should not be less than five or six' layers of petals laid regularly, and the flower should so rise in the centre as to form half a ball.
Seite 75 - And the flax and the barley was smitten : for the barley was in the ear, and the flax was boiled. But the wheat and the rye were not smitten ; for they were not grown up.
Seite 160 - ... of being regenerated ; because, when the surface of the alburnum is exposed to the air for any length of time, there will be no further vegetation in that part. But if the wound be not very large, it will close up, first, by the production of new bark, issuing from the edges, and gradually narrowing the wound, and then, by the production of new layers of wood, formed under the bark, as before.
Seite 202 - In some instances, the hoops are formed of round, apparently £ inch, iron rods ; but wood is preferable to iron, for vegetation in contact with the latter, is apt to be injuriously affected, by the rapidity with which it heats and cools. Shoots are apt to spring up in the centre of the goblet ; but they must be pinched in summer ; and so all other irregularities of growth appear likewise to have been. The form is very ornamental ; it can be produced at little expense; and the trees were well furnished...
Seite 75 - And they bound him with two new cords, and brought him up from the rock. And when he came unto Lehi, the Philistines shouted against him: and the Spirit of the LORD came mightily upon him, and the cords that were upon his arms became as flax that was burnt with fire, and his bands loosed from off his hands.
Seite 80 - The aiming at new improvements arc so many deviations from the practice of their ancestors, whose footsteps they follow with the utmost devotion and reverence — hence progress must be slow, but it is not imperceptible.
Seite 254 - The author stated, that in the present state of the science, unanimity could hardly be expected among naturalists with regard to the true limits of species ; but, as it was necessary, in describing the Carices, to adopt an opinion on this subject, he thought it better to lean to the side of simplicity, and rather to unite two plants whose identity might be doubtful, than to retain them as ambiguous and ill-defined species. The result of these alterations is, that about ten of the species described...

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