: β€œIn the environs of New Bedford are many beautiful residences. Among these, we desire particularly to notice the residence of James Arnold, Esq. There is scarcely a small place in New England, where the ''pleasure-grounds'' are so full of variety, and in such perfect order and keeping, as at this charming spot; and its winding [[walk]]s, open bits of [[lawn]], [[shrub]]s and plants grouped on turf, shady '''bowers''', and rustic [[seat]]s, all most agreeably combined, render this a very interesting and instructive suburban [[seat]].”
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