. The language of flowers: or, Floral emblems of thoughts, feelings, and sentiments ... Flower language. LIST OF PLATES. PAGE Plate I.—Rose—Ivy—Myrtle, emblematic of Beauty, Friendship, and Love Frontispiece Plate II.—White Violet—SmaU Bindweed—Asiatic Ranunculus—Rose- bud, show how the young may win the esteem of the aged, " Candour and deference are charms in the young'''' 17 Plate III.—Strawberry—Mignonette—Blue Bell—Tulip, speak of the characteristics which command genuine attachment, " Your perfect goodness, excellent qualities^ and kindness constrain me to declare my regard&quo

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. The language of flowers: or, Floral emblems of thoughts, feelings, and sentiments ... Flower language. LIST OF PLATES. PAGE Plate I.—Rose—Ivy—Myrtle, emblematic of Beauty, Friendship, and Love Frontispiece Plate II.—White Violet—SmaU Bindweed—Asiatic Ranunculus—Rose- bud, show how the young may win the esteem of the aged, " Candour and deference are charms in the young'''' 17 Plate III.—Strawberry—Mignonette—Blue Bell—Tulip, speak of the characteristics which command genuine attachment, " Your perfect goodness, excellent qualities^ and kindness constrain me to declare my regard&quo Stock Photo
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. The language of flowers: or, Floral emblems of thoughts, feelings, and sentiments ... Flower language. LIST OF PLATES. PAGE Plate I.—Rose—Ivy—Myrtle, emblematic of Beauty, Friendship, and Love Frontispiece Plate II.—White Violet—SmaU Bindweed—Asiatic Ranunculus—Rose- bud, show how the young may win the esteem of the aged, " Candour and deference are charms in the young'''' 17 Plate III.—Strawberry—Mignonette—Blue Bell—Tulip, speak of the characteristics which command genuine attachment, " Your perfect goodness, excellent qualities^ and kindness constrain me to declare my regard&quo
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. The language of flowers: or, Floral emblems of thoughts, feelings, and sentiments ... Flower language. LIST OF PLATES. PAGE Plate I.—Rose—Ivy—Myrtle, emblematic of Beauty, Friendship, and Love Frontispiece Plate II.—White Violet—SmaU Bindweed—Asiatic Ranunculus—Rose- bud, show how the young may win the esteem of the aged, " Candour and deference are charms in the young'''' 17 Plate III.—Strawberry—Mignonette—Blue Bell—Tulip, speak of the characteristics which command genuine attachment, " Your perfect goodness, excellent qualities^ and kindness constrain me to declare my regard" 33 Plate IV.—Columbine—Marigold—Pheasant's Eye, tell us that "Folly chagrin and painful reflections''' 5S Plate V.—Blue Bottle—Dog Rose—Garden Wallflower, combined to express, "Delicacy and simplicity add charms to lasting beauty "... 79 Plate VI.—Forget-me-not—Hawthorn—Lily of the Valley, say to the departing loved one, "Forget-me-not! in that rests my hope for the return of happiness" 91 Plate VII.—White Heath—Scarlet Ipomcea—Sweet Sultan—Honeysuckle, express the sentiments prevailing in the mind of a worthy suitor in declaring his affection, " May good luck attend viy attachment, and secure our mutual happiness'in the bonds of love'''' 112 xiii. 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.. Tyas, Robert, 1811-1879. London, New York, G. Routledge and sons