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Jepson Field Book volume 14 page 8 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

Jepson Field Book volume 14 page 8
Cambridge University inson and Prof. Jepson of the Univ. of California.  I thought it pleasant to be remembered by a mere peep between the trees.  Hughes and Robinson [combated] a moment about terra cotta and colored brick gingerbread, the latter being for stone.  Then Hughes to me: You must go into the chapel of St. Mary the Less.  At the left hand side is the grave of one of the Washingtons, with his shield on the wall.  I took your Dr. Harkness to see it.  There said I is your Stars and Stripes.  There you American eagle, but how about the Coronet?  Does that prophesy that you still have a lingering fondness for Royalty and will one day set :::::::::  Oct. 16, 1905. up a monarchy?  Or does it simply indicate that you young women and going to carry off our young men?  Neither promptly responded Harkness, that bird sitting in the crown is hatching our the young Replublic!  A splendid repartee!  said Hughes who told the story with much glee.  So I went to the place. The tablet reads: Near this place lyeth the Body of the late Revd Mr. Godfrey Washington of the County of York, Minister of this church and Fellow of St. Peter's College.  Born July the 26th: 1670 and Dyed the 28th : Day of Sepr 1729
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