. A tour round my garden . Natural history. LETTER IX. AWAKENING OP CREATION—-THE LUPIN—NIGHT—THK SLEEP OP CRE VTION—THE GLOWWORM—THE BEATH'S-HEAD MOTH —RESPIRATION OP PLANTS. Tbe sun is not yet above the horkon, but the shadows of night begin to disperse; *' Night folds her robes about her, and departs." How many fatiguing and imwholesome pleasures we pur- chase at their weight in gold, when we have it in our power to enjoy the most solemn and magnificent spectacle—the creation of the world! for nothing. Night had deprived every object of form and colour; day restores them all. In the ga

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. A tour round my garden . Natural history. LETTER IX. AWAKENING OP CREATION—-THE LUPIN—NIGHT—THK SLEEP OP CRE VTION—THE GLOWWORM—THE BEATH'S-HEAD MOTH —RESPIRATION OP PLANTS. Tbe sun is not yet above the horkon, but the shadows of night begin to disperse; *' Night folds her robes about her, and departs." How many fatiguing and imwholesome pleasures we pur- chase at their weight in gold, when we have it in our power to enjoy the most solemn and magnificent spectacle—the creation of the world! for nothing. Night had deprived every object of form and colour; day restores them all. In the ga
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. A tour round my garden . Natural history. LETTER IX. AWAKENING OP CREATION—-THE LUPIN—NIGHT—THK SLEEP OP CRE VTION—THE GLOWWORM—THE BEATH'S-HEAD MOTH —RESPIRATION OP PLANTS. Tbe sun is not yet above the horkon, but the shadows of night begin to disperse; *' Night folds her robes about her, and departs." How many fatiguing and imwholesome pleasures we pur- chase at their weight in gold, when we have it in our power to enjoy the most solemn and magnificent spectacle—the creation of the world! for nothing. Night had deprived every object of form and colour; day restores them all. In the garden, the yellow and white flowers are the first to receive their colouring. Such as are rose-coloured, red, and blue, are still invisible, and exist not for Ihe eye; the foliage. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Karr, Alphonse, 1808-1890; Wood, J. G. (John George), 1827-1889. London : F. Warne ; New York : Scribner, Welford and Armstrong

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