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" 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. "
The Gardeners' Magazine of Botany, Horticulture, Floriculture, and Natural ... - Seite 80
1850
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Travels Or Observations Relating to Several Parts of Barbary and the ..., Band 1

Thomas Shaw - 1808
...order and regularity, the study of soil and composts, or the aiming at any new improvements, would be so many deviations from the practice of their ancestors,...they follow with the utmost devotion and reverence. SECTION HI. Of the Soil, Salts, Mineral Wateri, Hot Springs, &c. i THE soil, which supports all trees...
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Letters Written During a Ten Years' Residence at the Court of ..., Band 2

Miss Tully - 1819
...regularity, the study of soil and composts, or the aiming at any new improvements and discoveries, would be so many deviations from the practice of their ancestors, whose footsteps they follow with the utmost reverence apd devotion. Shaw's Travels, pi 228. Oxford, 1733. 289 •terra them) talking of their babies,...
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The Botanical Gazette

1849
...unreasonable to expect rapid progress in the agriculture of Hindostan. The aiming at new improvements are so many deviations from the practice of their ancestors,...presence of enterprising inland traders. Dr. Cleghorn mentioned that he had examined and compared all the specie's of Gossypium in the herbarium of the Botanical...
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Transactions of the Botanical Society

Botanical Society of Edinburgh - 1850
...possess, we have wretched enclosures,—in many parts none at all, and cultivators go on in the old way of their ancestors, whose footsteps they follow with the utmost devotion and reverence. Some carefully tie the necks of the sheep and donkeys to their forelegs to prevent their straying over...
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Transactions and Proceedings of the Botanical Society of Edinburgh, Bände 3-4

Botanical Society of Edinburgh - 1850
...possess, we have wretehed enclosures, — in many parts none at all, and cultivators go on in the old way of their ancestors, whose footsteps they follow with the utmost devotion and reverence. Some carefully tie the necks of the sheep and donkeys to their forelegs to prevent their straying over...
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