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" But the orange-groves were the wealth and ornament of St. Augustine, and their produce maintained the inhabitants in comfort. Orange-trees of the size and height of the pear-tree, often rising higher than the roofs of the houses, embowered the town in... "
The Spaniards in Florida: Comprising the Notable Settlement of the Hugenots ... - Pagina 112
di George Rainsford Fairbanks - 1868 - 120 pagine
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The Letters of William Cullen Bryant: 1836-1849

William Cullen Bryant - 1975 - 568 pagine
...inhabitants in comfort. Orange-trees, of the size and height of the pear-tree, often rising higher than the roofs of the houses, embowered the town in perpetual...the fragrance of the flowers was almost oppressive." These groves have now lost their beauty. A few years since, a severe frost killed the trees to the...
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The History and Antiquities of the City of St. Augustine, Florida, Founded A ...

George R. Fairbanks - 2013 - 224 pagine
...inhabitants in comfort. Orange-trees of the size and height of the pear-tree, often rising higher than the roofs of the houses, embowered the town in perpetual...change of name — is a noble work, frowning over the Matanzas, which flows between St. Augustine and the island of Anastasia ; and it is worth making a...
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