Cornelian cherry. Cornus mascula. Austrian cherry with fruit on the branch.. Illustration by Miss C. Curtis (Samuel's daughter?), engraved by Weddell. Handcolored copperplate engraving from Samuel Curtis's "The Curtis Botanical Magazine" 1826.. . Samuel Curtis, cousin and son-in-law to William Curtis, took over the Botanical Magazine in 1826. Samuel re-named it "The Curtis Botanical Magazine" and enlisted the help of William Jackson Hooker, Professor of Botany at Glasgow University. Samuel Curti
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