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" I move in the sphere of experience with more certainty. I remember when the forests were hardly broken here that springs of water were very frequent and perennial. The rivulets and creeks and rivers had a perpetual flow. These have now changed. The rivulets... "
Annual Report of the Bureau of Forestry for the Province of Ontario - Page 39
by Ontario. Bureau of Forestry - 1882
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Arbor Day: Its History, Observation, Spirit and Significance, Volume 3

Robert Haven Schauffler - Arbor Day - 1909 - 360 pages
...KENTUCKY HON. CASSIUS M. CLAY, of Kentucky, said before the American Forestry Congress at Cincinnati: " I remember, when the forests were hardly broken here,...the fish so often caught by me in earlier years are gone. Not one spring in a thousand remains. Indian corn was generally planted in March, and the rains...
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Transactions of the Indiana Horticultural Society for the Year ...: Being ...

Indiana Horticultural Society - 1894
...contiguous to that stream or its tributaries? Cassius M. Clay, the venerable Kentuckian, said: "I move in a sphere of experience with more certainty. I remember...The rivulets and creeks are now dried up in summer. Not one spring in a thousand remains." Southern Indiana once contained millions of black walnut trees....
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Biennial Report, Volumes 8-11

1889
...abundance, with vegetables of various kinds. fourth Puiril: Hon. Cassius M. Clay, of Kentucky, said : " I remember when the forests were hardly broken here,...very frequent and perennial. The rivulets and creeks aud riĞr* had a perpetual flow. These have now changed. The rivulets aud creeks are now dried uj>...
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Annual Report of the State Horticultural Society of Missouri, Volume 28

Missouri. State Horticultural Society - Fruit-culture - 1886
...SPRINGS AND RIVERS. Hon. Cassius M. Clay said before the American Forestry Congress, at Cincinnati : I move in the sphere of experience with more certainty....here that springs of water were very frequent and perrennial. The rivulets and creeks and rivers had a perpetual flow. These have now changed. The rivulets...
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