17th-century Naturalist Quotes
In the of...Things, tho' the most and ; the Peble or Flint, Cockle or Oyster-shell, Grass, Moss, Fern or Thistle, will be as, and as and sent, as any the rarest production of the Country. Only take care to choose of each the, and such as are or.
John Woodward (naturalist)
Many of the French follow a Trade with the Indians, living very conveniently for that Interest.
John Lawson (explorer)
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On the last morning of Virginia's bloodiest year since the Civil War, I built a fire and sat facing a window of darkness where at sunrise I knew I would find the sea.
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Philip James Bailey
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