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Henrico (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 12
Another "Second Crop." --We have received from Mr. Isaac L. Cary, of Haywood, Henrico county, a fine specimen of the second crop of apples grown upon one of his trees the present year. When it becomes the fashion for trees to yield thus bountifully, we shall have no occasion to go abroad for supplies of fruit.
Another "Second Crop." --We have received from Mr. Isaac L. Cary, of Haywood, Henrico county, a fine specimen of the second crop of apples grown upon one of his trees the present year. When it becomes the fashion for trees to yield thus bountifully, we shall have no occasion to go abroad for supplies of fruit.
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Another "Second Crop." --We have received from Mr. Isaac L. Cary, of Haywood, Henrico county, a fine specimen of the second crop of apples grown upon one of his trees the present year. When it becomes the fashion for trees to yield thus bountifully, we shall have no occasion to go abroad for supplies of fruit.