Giflonia bifolia, small dark green tree; Buckwheat tree, Mobile, very hard wood. Juniper 40 ft, 39 wide, 8 ft clear of limbs, 18 inch dia, very airy, handsome, many about as large near Mobile. Taeda pine, 27 in dia 35 yrs old, 90 to 100 h; 2 saw logs, good lumber but gum will not run so no turpentine; called “Miserable dry tree”. Conradia near Titusville, W bank Ind River. Curious little Catesby oak, deep cut leaves between Gainesville and Cedar Keys. 3ft. 9inc. long x 4 ft wide) 6’ 9” long x 5’ wide) 11’ 4” x 18’ wide) Long leaf pine, Archer, Fla
Original journal dimensions: 9 x 15 cm.
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