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" If he who makes two blades of grass grow where but one grew before... "
The Worcester Magazine and Historical Journal: Containing Topographical and ... - Página 367
1826
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The New Monthly Magazine and Humorist, Volumen50

1837
...ornaments the cheapest. A third advantage is, that they are of all ornaments the most useful. If the man who makes two blades of grass grow where but one grew before has been defined to be a patriot, what honour shall be due to him who fills the uncultured surface...
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The Worcester Magazine and Historical Journal, Volumen2

1826
...multiplication of their nnmbers to the great comfort and well being of those of the human family, who live in the vicinity ! There is no doubt it would succeed...all the grass growers in the country. He would, in ail probability, live to see the time, when the consequences of his benevolent undertaking would be...
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The Young Man's Guide

William Andrus Alcott - 1834 - 303 páginas
...hereafter. Gaming is an evil, because, in the first place, it is a practice which produces nothing. He who makes two blades of grass grow where but one grew before, has usually been admitted to be a public benefactor ; for he is a producer. So is he who combines or...
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The Linwoods: Or, "Sixty Years Since" in America, Volumen1

Catharine Maria Sedgwick - 1835 - 944 páginas
...sort of mountebank among the soldiers, merry himself and making others merry. If he is a benefactor who makes two blades of grass grow where but one grew before, Kisel certainly is, while he produces smiles where rugged toil and want have stamped a scowl of discontent."...
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The Linwoods: Or, "Sixty Years Since" in America, Volumen1

Catharine Maria Sedgwick - 1835
...sort of mountebank among the soldiers, merry himself, and making others merry. If he is a benefactor who makes two blades of grass grow where but one grew before, Kisel certainly is, while he produces smiles where rugged toil and want have stamped a scowl of discontent."...
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The Linwoods: Or, "Sixty Years Since" in America, Volumen1

Catharine Maria Sedgwick - 1835
...sort of mountebank among the soldiers, merry himself and making others merry. If he is a benefactor who makes two blades of grass grow where but one grew before, Kisel certainly is, while he produces smiles where rugged toil and want have stamped a scowl of discontent."...
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The Dublin Penny Journal, Volumen1

1832
...that you see disgracing and pestering their grounds. Now if it be true, as Swift says, that the man, who makes two blades of grass grow where but one grew before, is a benefactor to his country, surely the converse of the proposition may be stated as of equal verity,...
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The Exhibitions and Fairs of Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic ..., Volúmenes1-5

Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association - 1837
...broken in the chain which bouhd us in dependence upon foreign countries for articles of necessity. If he who makes two blades of grass grow where but one grew before, is thought worthy of notice, equally so should he be who perfects the manufacture of any article, for...
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Standard Novels, Volumen7

1844
...sort of mountebank among the soldiers, merry himself, and making others merry. If be is a benefactor who makes two blades of grass grow where but one grew before, Kisel certainly is, while ho produces smiles where rugged toil and want have stamped a scowl of discontent."...
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Digest of Evidence Taken Before Her Majesty's Commissioners of ..., Parte1

Great Britain. Commissioners of Inquiry into the Law and Practice in Respect to the Occupation of Land in Ireland - 1847 - 1172 páginas
...hay, where hitherto heath and rushes liad been the only produce. It may be far too much to say, that he who makes two blades of grass grow where but one grew before is a benefactor to his country ; but there can be no doubt that if the idle be employed, and the starving...
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