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    Retrieved from "https://heald.nga.gov/mediawiki/index.php/Special:SearchByProperty/:Reference-20Title/-27-27The-20Theory-20and-20Practice-20of-20Gardening:-20Wherein-20is-20fully-20handled-20All-20that-20relates-20to-20Fine-20Gardens,-20commonly-20called-20Pleasure-2DGardens,-20as-20Parterres,-20Groves,-20Bowling-2DGreens,-20-26c.-27-27"

    History of Early American Landscape Design contributors, "Special:SearchByProperty/:Reference-20Title/-27-27The-20Theory-20and-20Practice-20of-20Gardening:-20Wherein-20is-20fully-20handled-20All-20that-20relates-20to-20Fine-20Gardens,-20commonly-20called-20Pleasure-2DGardens,-20as-20Parterres,-20Groves,-20Bowling-2DGreens,-20-26c.-27-27," History of Early American Landscape Design, , https://heald.nga.gov/mediawiki/index.php/Special:SearchByProperty/:Reference-20Title/-27-27The-20Theory-20and-20Practice-20of-20Gardening:-20Wherein-20is-20fully-20handled-20All-20that-20relates-20to-20Fine-20Gardens,-20commonly-20called-20Pleasure-2DGardens,-20as-20Parterres,-20Groves,-20Bowling-2DGreens,-20-26c.-27-27 (accessed September 27, 2022).

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