A Catalogue of Plants, Growing Spontaneously Within Thirty Miles of the City of New-York

Lyceum of Natural History of New York, 1819 - 100 páginas
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Página 6 - ... were doing, and as Kuznetsov must have suspected them of doing) during the short and direct walk which took him to King George's Park. The particular section of the park he sought was not the one prudent men would have chosen. Originally the park was a strip of open land alongside the river Wandle, about three quarters of a mile in length and between two and three hundred yards in breadth, which was continuous grassland, though cut into sections by two roads and several fenced and asphalted footpaths....
Página 5 - York has been pretty well explored, particularly the woods from Manhattanville to Bloomingdale, the banks of the Hudson, and the low grounds near Greenwich.
Página 5 - ... it is not to be supposed that the list is by any means complete. The few that have not come under our own observation, have been inserted on good authority.

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