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DARLING Noyes, agriculturist, born in Wood-bridge, Connecticut, in 1782; died in New Haven, 17 September 1846. He was graduated at Yale in 1801, and was a tutor there in 1804-'8, after which he engaged in mercantile pursuits in New York City. He was especially interested in horticulture, and also in investigating the habits of insects injurious to vegetation, and wrote many valuable papers on the subject. The latter years of his life were passed in New Haven, of which City he was at one time mayor. He had also served for a long time as County surveyor, and was at the time of his death a judge of the County court.
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