|Title||Paper, 'Observations on some of the plants in New England, with remarkable instances of the nature and power of vegetation' in a letter from Paul Dudley to the publisher|
|Description||Dudley describes the fruit of apple trees, pear trees, and peach trees and compares them to English varieties. He also describes the physical appearance of buttonwood [American sycamore] trees, sassafras trees, and locust trees, as well as the heartiness of pumpkin seeds and corn.|
Published in Philosophical Transactions as 'Observations on some of the Plants in New-England, with remarkable instances of the nature and power of vegetation. In a letter to the publisher from the Honourable Paul Dudley, Esq; F. R. S'.
Read to the Royal Society on 4 February 1724.
|Physical description||Ink on paper|
|Related material||DOI: 10.1098/rstl.1724.0047|
Printed in 'Philosophical Transactions', vol 33 (1724), p 194
|Related records in the catalogue||RBO/12/10|
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|NA7811||Dudley; Paul (1675 - 1751)||1675 - 1751|