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Image from page 43 of “Svensk botanik” (1802)
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Identifier: svenskbotanik07palm
Title: Svensk botanik
Year: 1802 (1800s)
Authors: Palmstruch, J. W. (Johan Wilhelm), 1770-1811 Venus, C. W. (Carl Wilhelm), 1770-1851 Quensel, Conrad, 1767-1806 Swartz, Olof, 1760-1818 Billberg, Gustav Johan, 1772-1844 Wahlenberg, Göran, 1780-1851 Kungl. Svenska vetenskapsakademien
Subjects: Plants Plants
Publisher: Stockholm : Tryckt hos C. Delén
Contributing Library: The LuEsther T Mertz Library, the New York Botanical Garden
Digitizing Sponsor: The LuEsther T Mertz Library, the New York Botanical Garden

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h i blad-vecken, sammansatta af många greniga blomstjelksr, hvilandepå svepen af tagelsmala håriga delar. Blomfodrct är äfvenhårigt, försedt med många nerver, och de 2 understa tänder-né längre utstående. Blomkronan är purpurröd och luden isvalget. Vexten äger, liksom slägtingarne, Distan, Myn tör-ne etc. något aromatiskt, och ätes af Boskapen. Den varfordom införd på Apoteken, under namn af Calamintka Motftanajmen origtigt substitut för Melissa Calair.intha. Man harockså fördt Bergmyntan bland garfämnen för Läder, men sy-nes ej Förfjena någon uppmärksamhet för sådant ändamål.Bambourney fick af örten en gullgul färg på ylle som betadesiVismut solution; dock öfvergick den genom längre kokningtill något Muskuslikt. 441. CLINOPODIUM VULGÄRE. T a b. Öfre delen af Vexten blommande, i nat. storlek. ^ a. Det mångtrådiga svepet under blomkransen — i nat. storl, b, en blommas pip, efter längden öppnad. — c, Pistillen större gjorde» //<;. –

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442. PRIMULA FARINOSA. JBx.vviFVA. Ma jer. Majblomster. Mariablommor,Lärkeblomster. Svalblomster. Mel-blomster. Blomstängeln är bar med mångblommig blom-flock^ Blomkronan ät platt; Bladen ärobredtlansettlika, släta, och i brädden smånag-gade. Linn. Fl. Sv. p. 6l- Kl. 5. Pentandria Monog, Lllj. Sv.Fl. sid. 87» Kl. 5 Femmänning. Enqvinnad. äcjj. Fl. Oeconom.sid. 554. ?anad att frodas lika öfver allt, från Skånska slätten ändatill gränsorne af Nordcap, är den tillika en af de täckastevexter som våren frambringar. Den trifves likväl blott paden magra, sumpiga Ängsmarken, hvarest den från en peren-nerande rot, uppskjuter ovalt Iansettlika, smånaggade blad,af en liflig grönska, men hvitmjöliga på den undra, ådiiga si.dan. Blomstängeln är lång och rak, hvitpudrad och bär enflock med många, stjelkade, lika höga, uppräta blommor, hvarsplatta biäm med upp- och nedvändt hjertformige flikar, haren behaglig röd eller fiolet färg, ehuru inunder .blekare. När

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Image from page 44 of “The Queen’s Own Rifles of Canada : a history of a splendid regiment’s origin, development and services, including a story of patriotic duties well performed in three campaigns” (1901)
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Identifier: queensownrifleso00cham
Title: The Queen’s Own Rifles of Canada : a history of a splendid regiment’s origin, development and services, including a story of patriotic duties well performed in three campaigns
Year: 1901 (1900s)
Authors: Chambers, Ernest J., 1862-1925
Subjects: Canada. Army. Queen’s Own Rifles of Canada
Publisher: Toronto, E.L. Ruddy
Contributing Library: Robarts – University of Toronto
Digitizing Sponsor: University of Toronto

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eresting to recall at this point, that the xolunteer force now e.xisting inGreat Britain owes its origin to the wave of patriotic feeling which swept throughthe Tight Little Island in the years 1858-9, as a result of the menaces of Frenchinvasion at the time of the Orsini trouble. That was quite three years after thecreation of the Canadian volunteer companies, organizations which exist to thepresent. It is true, however, that a few isolated P)ritish olunteer companies thatexist to-day were formed as early as 18-52, but they seem hardlv to have been backedup by either public enthusiasm or official encouragement. It must not be forgotten,either, that as many as 463,000 volunteers were raised in the British Islands duringthe oTeat French war. CHAPTER V. ORGANIZED AS A BATTALION—THE TRENT AFFAIR. At the forgingf of the sword— Swift leaped the quiet hearts In the meadows and the marts ; The tides ot men were drawn By the g-|eaminsf sickle-planet of the Sword. —Isabella V. Crawjord.

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;T,ilki PP, Rl()l) ot keen military feeling, which, owino- to a succession ofvarious events, steadih^ developed in intensitv, succeded theorganization ot the volunteer militia troops, batteries and com-panies authorized bv the historical act of iSss. The oreaniza-^ IflMPB^ ^ ^ ■^^^^ corps of citizen soldiery itself gave a marked fillip tothe martial feeling of the time. Then the stirring times of theCrimea and the Indian Mutiny, the rectiiting of the looth Regiment,the return ot the war-scarred regular regiments tVom the Past,the ante-bellum excitement, with the organization of volunteercorps, among our republican neighbors to the South, and the fervorof the volunteer movement in the Old Country all had their effectupon the ])ublic mind m ( anad.i. I he announcement that the Prince of Wales wasto make a visit to Canada, as the representative of the Oueen was received withgreat interest by all classes, by the infant volunteer militia force with more than anvother section of the coun

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