wonderfully efficient, that the men lead spartan lives and are studying their business all the while. Contrarily, the Army is much the reverse, place going by favor.
- Palmer, Am. Nat. XII, 596 for indian uses Am. plants.
June 30, 1906.
- Quercus agrifolia. Agrifolium is the old Latin name, or rather an obsete [sic] form of it.
Dodoens, Stirpium Historiae Pemptades, p. 746, heads. Cap. XX: De Agrifolio. A wood-cut of the Holly has the legend "Agrifolium". Later on, he says: Agrifolium nunc fruticetum arborescenteum Latini vocant."
The above fine old folio was printed at Antwerp, 1865. "Ex officina Christophori Plantini"
W. J. Hooker, Icon. Pl. 377 says Quercus agrifolia was found at Moneterey by Nee.