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Death:1611
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Text:"...-trees seen in England were planted by SirFrancisCarew in the gardens of Beddiugton-house, near Croydon. They were raised by him from the seeds of the first oranges, which were imported into England by Sir..."
Date:Nov 27 1829
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... Agriculture beft improved by Prizes for Improvements 77 of Pope Julius Of 299 Of an old Officer in the Of SirFrancisCarew and Of Count Of the Tyrant of Of the Kite Earl of Of Sir Toby 551 Aniniadverjionti 545..."
Date:Dec 30 1772
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... was the ancient seat of the SirFrancisCarew first planted oranges here from pips brought over by his brother Sir Walter who also lived in the In Queen Elizabeth visited Sir Francis remained three tradition..."
Date:Aug 7 1872
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... Elizabeth who had u great liking for cherries ripe. Whereby hangs the tale of SirFrancisCarew, who delayed the ripening of Ids cherry tree until a month after the end of the season In order..."
Date:Feb 19 1925
Publication:Oxford, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... of their popularity was due in no small measure to Queen Eliznbeth who had a great liking for cherries ripe. Whereby hangs the tale of SirFrancisCarew, who delayed the ripening of his cherry tree until a month after..."
Date:Mar 12 1925
Publication:Rolfe, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"...-knife., and a file. The house of Bin. Moore. In the same street, was i also attempted th same night, it is supposed bj the same villains. The Brat orange-frees teen m England were pirated by SirFrancisCarew hi..."
Date:Nov 27 1829
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... they didn't. A Unique Experiment. SirFrancisCarew, whom Queen Elizabeth visited twice at his mansion liouse in Beddincton, Surrey, had planted" his ira :is with choice fruit :rees, of which he was very..."
Date:June 3 1899
Publication:Delphos, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"...." When 'only twenty years of age, this gay, stalwart young. Englishman, owner of a splendid estate at Beddington Park-where Queen Elizabeth visited her ancestor, SirFrancisCarew, who there planted..."
Date:Oct 5 1872
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"..., long before Atterbury was advanced to the Bench. The prei'ent volume contains in quantity, we arc told, onc-fixth. of the Harleian Mifcellany. A CURIOUS HORTICULTURAL ANECDOTE. vyHEN SirFrancisCarew..."
Date:Mar 1 1793
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... was doe in j ao small measure to Queen j who had a jreat liking for cherries ripe. "Whereby hangs the tale of SirFrancisCarew, -who delayed the ripen- ing of his cherry tree natit a month after the end..."
Date:Oct 11 1924
Publication:Frederick, Maryland, United States of America
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Text:"..., tells a curious anecdote relating to one of these visits, 1 conclude, says he, v/ith a conceit of that delicate knight. SirFrancisCarew, who for his belter accomplishment of his royal entertainment..."
Date:Aug 9 1834
Publication:Indianapolis, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... flower ! may I, like thee, When the grave’s long sleep is o'er, From the cold earth gloriously Rise and live for evermore. James Gilbornb Lyon’s. A Curious Horticultural Anecdote.—SirFrancisCarew, at his..."
Date:Nov 4 1832
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... states that the orange trees at Redcling- ton, in Surrey, brought from Italy by SirFrancisCarew, were the first that ever reached-England, and that when he (Gibson) trees had been growing at Beddiugton..."
Date:July 31 1880
Publication:Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
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Text:"... in a deed -lia been sown In 1-121. -The lirst-orange'trees grown in won- Imported by -Sir- Walter Raleigh; anil raised by 'his relative. SirFrancis; Carew, .at Buddlngton. In Surrey. These! trees lived..."
Date:Jan 11 1908
Publication:Cedar Rapids, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... pected An interesting instance of the retard ing of fruiting is told by Sir Hugh Platt in the early days of English hus bandry SirFrancisCarew it is said wishing to surprise Queen Elizabeth..."
Date:Apr 10 1884
Publication:Waterloo, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... line the tunic cut open, showing a -waistcoat of the faille. From the waist to the hip four or, five buttons of carved brown wood the tunic, and be- ripet Whereby Imngs the talo of SirFrancisCarew, who..."
Date:Oct 31 1924
Publication:Kingston, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... of the orange, but there is authority for placing: the first arrival at a much earlier period. According to tradition SirFrancisCarew, who married Sir Walter's niece, was the first grower of oranges..."
Date:Feb 23 1931
Publication:Kingston, Kingston, Jamaica
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Text:"... out by SirFrancisCarew in the reign Of Queen Elizabeth. He f it with choice fruit-trees, in which rhe .took great delight, and fparedno expence in pretaxthem,from foreign countries. The firtt orange..."
Date:Aug 1 1796
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
A General History of the Kemp and Kempe Families of Great Britain
Text:"... Elianor, daughter and was coheir of Henry Carew, brother to Wy oud Carew, whose family long had property here. m SirFrancisCarew in 1592 directed by Her Majesty to hold inquisition of the property..."
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