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The fruits and fruit trees of America
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London, Wiley & Putnam, 1845
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annotation Catalogue of Books
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annotation p 10 to 12
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     116, 9
     130, 4
     150, 3, 6, 8
     161 , 171
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annotation { Does Thompson give origin of Fruit Varieties
     D    It is important as showing what a small things makes variation. is th sporting from true kind, when grafted.
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annotation 202
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annotation p. 469
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     542, 7
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annotation p 5 — On fruit-trees not being true, when grafted — Good
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annotation 8. Facts against. Van. M. viz old var. producing good plants

annotation 9. Crossed apple with fruit different at 2 ends
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annotation 60. Evry district has its fruit best adapted to it. (Mem: Chinese)
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annotation 75. A marked American Apple
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annotation 116 Italian tende■r apple — Several hardy ones mentioned as Count of Wick «& p.124» — Several sub-vars mentioned «as (p.130) several Reinettes &c»

annotation 150 Difference in hardiness in Almonds p473 in Peaches t01 p488 do    Raspberries p.517 — Strawberrs p.533
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annotation 157 Hardy apricot
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annotation 176 American Cherry    p. 184
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annotation in dark brown ink «192 Sporting cherry»
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annotation 195. Cluster Cherry; a flower has several pistils & each produces a fruit — Flemish peculiar Cherry

annotation in dark brown ink «198 a var. of Cherry liable to attack of insects more thn oth vars .»
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annotation 220 Mildew stops culture of Grapes in U.S

annotation 248 The wild native vines differ in quality p.253, p 254, 259 | p.261. do. vars of wild Hiccory
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annotation 256 A cross between old world & new world Grape

annotation 270 Purple Plums much most attacked by certain diseases, never yellow vars.
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annotation    Many ‹p› vars . of Plums raised in America p 289, 292 & Peaches t01 p.469
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annotation 284— Siamese Plum — attached together on one stalk
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annotation 304 Grups of Orleans Plums, wher known to have descended — many plum hereditary
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annotation 317 Pears not native, many vars — Pliny says ‹not› heavy most only good when cooked
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annotation 422 Washington , a vry distinct pear discovered in Hedge
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annotation in reddish-brown crayon | 462 The Yellow disease originating with American Peaches .466 Yellow Peaches much «most affected»
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annotation 470 Classification of Peaches by glands on leaves & serration & size of Flower —
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annotation 476 Most Peaches either free or clingstones ,but one is on same tree alwys ‹either›t01 «both»t02 cling or free XX «(scores of instances cd be «given of this»
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annotation 492 Some Peaches vry variable by seed, others constant & so it was with Plums
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annotation 501 Smooth-skinned fruit destroyed by Curculios
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annotation ☞ over
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annotation 502. Nectarine frm Peach & now true by seed
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annotation 525 on selection turnng Hautbois hermaphrdite
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annotation 553 .Northern Apples will not do in Southern States
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annotation 262 Walnuts
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annotation Catalogue of Books at Beginning p. viii
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