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" English walnut is of Asiatic origin.) We have nine varieties of hickory and two of walnut proper. You may search all the world over in vain to find a sort of timber which, in general usefulness, can rival our hickory tree. Our walnut and oak varieties... "
Annual Report of the Bureau of Forestry for the Province of Ontario - Page 18
by Ontario. Bureau of Forestry - 1882
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Sessional Papers - Legislature of the Province of Ontario, Volume 2

Ontario. Legislative Assembly - Ontario - 1883
...the human race of all future ages, within the short life of a few generations, like spendthrifts 1 Shall we adopt the most detestable motto of a modern Sardanapalus, ' Apres nous le deluge t '—anticipate everything and leave nothing for those who will come after us? Will America's pride...
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Vermont Agricultural Report ..., Volume 8, Parts 1883-1884

Vermont. State Board of Agriculture - Agriculture - 1884
...search all the world over in vain to find a sort of timber which, in general usefulness, can rival our hickory tree. Our walnut and oak varieties alone...of a modern Sardanapalus, " Apres nous le deluge?" — anticipate every thing, and leave nothing for those who will come after us ? Will America's pride...
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Trees and Tree-planting: With Exercises and Directions for the Celebration ...

John Bradley Peaslee - Arbor Day - 1884 - 64 pages
...search all the world over in vain to find a sort of timber which, in general usefulness, can rival our hickory tree. Our walnut and oak varieties alone...detestable motto of a modern Sardanapalus, "Apres nous ledelugef" — anticipate every thing, and leave nothing for those who will come after us? Will America's...
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Circular of Information of the Bureau of Education ..., Issues 1-5; Issue 1886

United States. Bureau of Education, United States. Office of Education - Education - 1885
...search all the world over in vain to find a sort of timber which, in general usefulness, can rival our hickory tree. Our walnut and oak varieties alone...detestable motto of a modern Sardanapalus, "Apres nous le delvget" — anticipate every thing, and leave nothing for those who will come after us ? Will America's...
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Annual Report, Volume 3

Ohio. State Forestry Bureau - Forests and forestry - 1888
...search all the world over in vain to find a sort of timber which, in general usefulness, can rival our hickory tree. Our walnut and oak varieties alone...of a modern Sardanapalus, "Apres nous le deluge?" — anticipate every, thing, and leave nothing for those who will come after us ? Will America's pride...
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Annual Report

Ohio. State Forestry Bureau - Forests and forestry - 1888
...search all the world over in vain to find a sort of timber which, in general usefulness, can rival our hickory tree. Our walnut and oak varieties alone...detestable motto of a modern Sardanapalus, "Apres rums ledelugef — anticipate every thing, and leave nothing for those who will come after us ? Will...
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Annual Report of the Board of Education and the Superintendent of Public ...

Education - 1888
...search all the world over in vain to find a sort of timber which, in general usefulness, can rival our hickory tree. Our walnut and oak varieties alone...spendthrifts ? Shall we adopt the most detestable motto of "anticipating everything and leaving nothing" for those who will come after us ? Will America's pride...
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Arbor Day: Its History, Observation, Spirit and Significance

Robert Haven Schauffler - Arbor Day - 1909 - 360 pages
...search all the world over in vain to find a sort of timber which, in general usefulness, can rival our hickory tree. Our walnut and oak varieties alone...motto of a modern Sardanapalus, "Apres nous le deluge" — anticipate every thing, and leave nothing for those who will come after us? Will America's pride...
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Arbor Day: Its History, Observation, Spirit and Significance

Robert Haven Schauffler - Arbor Day - 1909 - 360 pages
...search all the world over in vain to find a sort of timber which, in general usefulness, can rival our hickory tree. Our walnut and oak varieties alone...motto of a modern Sardanapalus, "Apres nous le deluge" — anticipate every thing, and leave nothing for those who will come after us? Will America's pride...
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