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annotation      Sageret
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annotation Duchesne's Works ? Bailliere or Hort. Soc.t01
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     see to Duchesne—
t01 - `Duchesne's Works ... Soc.' cancelled
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annotation 8. certain melons more true than others
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annotation 17 A melon frm U. States
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annotation 25 27 } Melon with seeds of different shapes
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annotation 28 Hybrid melons more vigour, & p 30 more fertile 36 repeated
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annotation I must see Duchesne's works look in Pritzel Catalogue
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