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" Plumbs there are of 3 sorts. The red and white are like our hedge plumbs: but the other, which they call Putchamins, grow as high as a Palmeta. The fruit is like a medler; it is first greene, then yellow, and red when it is ripe: if it be not ripe it... "
Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington - Page 53
by Biological Society of Washington - 1882
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A General Collection of the Best and Most Interesting Voyages and ..., 13. köide

John Pinkerton - 1812
...high as a palmeta : the fruit is like a medlar ; it is firft green, then yellow, and red when it i* ripe ; if it be not ripe, it will draw a man's mouth awry, with much torment j bub when it is ripe, it is as delicious as an apricot.. They have cherries, and thofe are much like...
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The Trve Travels, Adventvres and Observations of Captaine Iohn ..., 1. köide

John Smith - 1819
...three sorts. The red and white are liie our hedge plums, but the other which they call PutcJictmins. grow as high as a Palmeta: the fruit is like a Medler;...when it is ripe; if it be not ripe; it will draw a mans mouth awry, with much torment. but when it is ripe, it is as delicious as an Apricot. They haue...
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Indian Biography, Or, An Historical Account of Those Individuals who Have ...

Benjamin Bussey Thatcher - 1832
...growing to a considerable height, with fruit like a medlar, first green, then yellow, and red when ripe. " If it be not ripe, it will draw a man's mouth awry with much torment. If ripe, it is delicious as an apricot." B was Wahunsonacook. He had that of POWHATAX, by which lie...
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Events in Indian History: Beginning with an Account of the Origin of the ...

James Wimer - 1841 - 633 lehte
...fortune served only to produce murmuring. They complained of his having done so yellow, and red when ripe. " If it be not ripe, it will draw a man's mouth awry with much torment. If ripe, it is delicious as an apricot." little, instead of applauding him for having done so much...
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Events in Indian History: Beginning with an Account of the Origin of the ...

James Wimer - 1841 - 633 lehte
...fortune served only to produce murmuring. They complained of his having done so yellow, and red when ripe. " If it be not ripe, it will draw a man's mouth kwry with much torment. If ripe, it is delicious :is an apricot." little, instead of applauding him...
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The Indian Races of North and South America: Comprising an Account of the ...

Charles De Wolf Brownell - 1853 - 640 lehte
...will recognize the«"putchamin," whose "fruit is like a medlar; it is first greene, then yellow, then red, when it is ripe; if it be not ripe, it will draw a mans mouth awry, with much torment." Broth or bread made from the " Chechinquamin," (Chincopin), was...
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The Indian Races of North and South America: Comprising an Account of the ...

Charles De Wolf Brownell - 1856 - 720 lehte
...will recognize the "putchamin," whose "fruit is like a medlar; it is first greene, then yellow, then red, when it is ripe; if it, be not ripe, it will draw a mans mouth awry, with much torment." Broth or bread made from the " Chechinquamin," (Chincopin), was...
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Dictionary of Americanisms: A Glossary of Words and Phrases Usually Regarded ...

John Russell Bartlett - 1859 - 524 lehte
...which they call Putchamins, grow as high as a Palmeta, the fruit is like a Mcdler, it is first green, then yellow, and red when it is ripe. If it be not...it will draw a man's mouth awry, with much torment ; but when it is ripe, it ii delicious as an apricot. — Smith's Virginia, Book II. My worthy friends,...
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Dictionary of Americanisms: A Glossary of Words and Phrases Usually Regarded ...

John Russell Bartlett - 1859 - 524 lehte
...which they call Putchamins, grow as high as a Pnlmeta, the fruit is like a Medler, it is first green, then yellow, and red when it is ripe. If it be not...it will draw a man's mouth awry, with much torment ; but when it is ripe, it is delicious as an apricot. — Smith's Virginia, Book II. My worthy friends,...
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The Indian Races of North and South America: Comprising an Account of the ...

Charles De Wolf Brownell - 1860 - 720 lehte
...will recognize the " putchamin," whose " fruit is 'Eke a medlar; it is first green, then yellow, then red, when it is ripe ; if it be not ripe, it will draw a man's mouth awry, with much torment." Broth or bread made from the " chechinquamin," (chincopin,) was considered a great dainty. With a slight...
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