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" Genera, which he had got half printed from Holland, to be written against him ; but he afterwards detained him a month, without leaving Linnaeus an hour to himself the whole day long , and at last took leave of him with tears in his eyes, after having... "
Walks in Oxford;: Comprising an Original, Historical, and Descriptive ... - Page 248
by W. M. Wade - 1818 - 388 pages
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A General View of the Writings of Linnĉus,

Richard Pulteney, Carl Troilius - 1805 - 502 pages
...Holland) to be written against him ; but he afterwards detained him a month, without leaving Linnaeus an hour to himself the whole day long, and at last...living with him till his death, as the salary of the Professorship was sufficient for them both, -*••* also the Sherardian Pinax*—~ Linrtaus returned...
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Walks in Oxford. 2 vols. [in 1].

W M. Wade - 1817
...to " be written against him ; but he afterwards de" tained him a month, without leaving Linnaeus " an hour to himself the whole day long; and at " last...became the property, first, of the Hospital of St. John the Baptist, and, subsequently, of Magdalen College. In 1 622 Henry Danvers, Earl of Danby, bought...
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Extracts from the Literary and Scientific Correspondence of Richard ...

Richard Richardson - 1835 - 451 pages
...Holland, to be written against him ; but he afterwards detained him a month, without leaving Linnaeus an hour to himself the whole day long , and at last...living with him till his death, as the salary of the Professorship was sufficient for them both." throw them out, being so many years in raising of them....
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Extracts from the Literary and Scientific Correspondence of Richard ...

Richard Richardson - 1835 - 451 pages
...Holland, to be written against him , but he afterwards detained him a month, without leaving Linnaeus an hour to himself the whole day long; and at last took leave of him with tears in his eyes, after liaving given him the choice of living with him till his death, as the salary of the Professorship...
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Memoirs, Volume 5, Part 1

American Academy of Arts and Sciences - 1855
...Holland) to be written against him ; but he afterwards detained him a month, without leaving Linn mis an hour to himself the whole day long, and at last...living with him till his death, as the salary of the professorship was sufficient for them both.'11 (From Linnceus's Diary.) Siegesbeckii Hortus petropolitanus...
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The Flora of Oxfordshire: Being a Topographical and Historical Account of ...

George Claridge Druce - 1886 - 451 pages
...at first haughty, conceiving Linnseus' Genera to be written against him, but he afterwards detained him a month without leaving Linnseus an hour to himself...living with him till his death, as the salary of the Professorship was sufficient for them both1.' Another version of the meeting of the two Botanists relates...
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The Flora of Oxfordshire: Being a Topographical and Historical Account of ...

George Claridge Druce - 1886 - 451 pages
...Linnaeus' Genera to be written against him, but he afterwards detained him a month without leaving Linnaeus an hour to himself the whole day long ; and at last...living with him till his death, as the salary of the Professorship was sufficient for them both1.' Another version of the meeting of the two Botanists relates...
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The Flora of Berkshire: Being a Topographical and Historical Account of the ...

George Claridge Druce - 1897 - 644 pages
...be written against him ; but that he afterwards detained him for a month, without leaving Linnaeus an hour to himself the whole day long, and at last took leave of him, with tears in his eyes, after giving him the choice of living with him till his death, as the salary, he thought, was sufficient...
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Three Centuries in North Oxfordshire

Mary Sturge Gretton - 1902 - 270 pages
...the Genera to be written against him, but he afterwards detained Linnaeus a month without leaving him an hour to himself the whole day long : and at last...living with him, till his death, as the salary of the Professorship was sufficient for them both.' I wonder, while on this visit, did Linnaeus see our gorse...
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Three Centuries in North Oxfordshire

Mary Sturge Gretton - 1902 - 270 pages
...the Genera to be written against him, but he afterwards detained Linnaeus a month without leaving him an hour to himself the whole day long: and at last...living with him, till his death, as the salary of the Professorship was sufficient for them both.' I wonder, while on this visit, did Linnaeus see our gorse...
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