Youth's Magazine,  3rd ser. 7 (1834), 334.

The Weeping Willow. (Salix Babylonica)



Extract, Miscellaneous

Publications extracted:

[Hey] 1833


Botany, Biblical Authority

People mentioned:

James E Smith

    The writer links the willow to several biblical themes observing that '[e]very production of nature alluded to in the Bible seems at once invested with a sacred character, and possesses an indescribable interest' (334). The botanical account of the willow is brief.

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