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.RGEST VINE IN THE WORLD.

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.RGEST VINE IN THE WORLD. est vine in the world is to be found near >ara, California, and certainly, from the ac- 1 of it by the New York Herald, it seems to IXlOUS Hampton Court vine to the blush, of the Santa Barbara vine is nearly four feet Irence where it leaves the ground, and con- same size for eight feet up, where it branches egularly, and although kept well trimmed rers a surface of some four thousand square it thousand bunches of grapt:s, weighing Mand pounds, or six tons, were picked from It is owned by an old Spanish woman ot speak a word of English, but who 'y Well how to calculate correctly the 1e to her for a drink of wine made from the "big pine," which everyone is ex- Irink who visits it. The age of this vine is "stinaated at from thirty-five to fifty years, see has woven the tale th&t the original given to a Spanish girl by her lover as a P, and that she planted it as a mt-mento of cement. The appearance, however, of the ,dy who now owns it is such as to lead the conclusion that she never ( jld have 'rinQonial engagement, or that it any such 'as ever entered into, her lover was perfectly a forgetting it.

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