The left of our 1st Brigade was at that time considerably behind the right of Hovey.
Mr. Hovey says that the list might be extended indefinitely.
Just at this juncture a messenger came from Hovey, asking for more reinforcements.
Hovey retained the name Cutter's Yellow, because it was briefer.
The new grape was introduced in the spring of 1854 by Hovey & Co., of Boston.
At the age of thirty-six, just on the threshold of maturity, Hovey died.
Hovey was still being heavily pressed, and was calling on me for more reinforcements.
He sent a brigade to restore the equilibrium, and Hovey held his ground.
Hovey liked these bricks for fuel in the winter months, and I remember they made a wonderfully clear fire.
Boston Pine is one of the best fertilizers for the Hovey Seedling.