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Gardener (The) and Practical Florist. Vols. 1 and 2, royal 8vo. fine
engravings. 62 25 #r #- Continued in monthly numbers.
GoRE, Mrs.—The Rose Fancier's Manual. l thick vol.small 8vo. sl 75
GRAY.—The Botanical Text-Book, for Colleges, Schools, and Private Studies. Comprising : Part I. An Introduction to Structural and Physiological Botany. Part II. The Principles of Systematical Botany. Illustarated with numerous engravings on wood. By A§# D., Fisher Professor of Natural History in Harvard University. 1 vol. 8vo. pp. 414, 12mo. with 78 neat engravings. New-York. 81 50
GREIG.—The Flower-Growers'Instructor; comprising the Rudiments of Botany, &c, 12mo. 50c. HARvEx.—A Manual of the British Algae, containing Generic and Specific Descriptions of the known British Species of Sea Weeds, and of Confervae, both Marine and Fresh Water, Svo, 83 00
HENsLow.—The Principles of Descriptive and Physiological Botany. 12mo. 1840. 8175
HoARE.—A Practical Treatise on the Cultivation of the Grape-Vin on Open Walls, 12mo. Bostox. 50
Choap edition, with an Appendix. 12mo. New York...... ...........................25c. HoGG.—A Practical Treatise on the Culture of thc Carnation, Pink, Auricula, Polyanthus, Ranunculus, Tulip, Hyacinth, Rose, and other flowers. Sixth edition, small 8vo. colored plates. HooKER.—Musci Exotici, containing figures and descriptions of new or little known Foreign Mosses and other Cryptogamic subjects, 176 colored plates, 2 vols.8vo. 816
HooKER's London Journal of Botany, 1843, January to June, 8vo. s4 50
HooKER and GREvILLE.—Icones Filicum, ad eas potissimum species illustrandas destinnatae quae hactenus, vel in Herbarus delituerunt prorsus incognitae, velsaliem nondum per Icones Botanicis innotuerunt, 2 vols. sol. half-bound morocco. 840 00 JoHNsoN.-History of English Gardening, chronological, biographical, lite and critical. Tracing the progress of the art inthis country (England) from the invasion of the Romans to the present time, 8vo. Scarce. 31 75 KENRICK.—The New American Orchardist; or, an account of the most valuable varieties of Fruit, of all climates, adapted to cultivation in the United States. Fifth edition, improved. Boston. 81 00 LEMAIRE.—Iconographie descriptive des Cactèes ; ou Essais systématiques et raisonnés eur l'histoire naturelle, la classification et la culture des plantes de cette famille. Liv. l, beautisully colored, folio 81 LINDLEY.-Elements of Botany, structural, physiological, systematical, and medical. 1 vol. 8vo. illustrated by many hundred figures on wood, being a 4th edition of the Outlines of Botany, 1S4l. 83 00 Introduction to Botany. 2d edition, with corrections and considerable additions, 8vo.numerous plates and wood cuts, l839 35 50
A Natural System of Botany, or a Systematic View of the Organization, Natural Affinities and Geographical Distribution of the whole Wegetable Kingdom, † with the uses of the most important species in Medicine, the Arts, &c. Second editien, with numerous additions and corrections, and a complete list of genera, with their synonymes. 8vo. 1836. . 85 50 Flora Medica, or a Botanical Account of all the most remarkable plants applied to medical practice in Great Britain and other countries. 8vo. 1838. 85 50
— The Ladies'Botany of Professor Lindley, abridged by the author, with numerous colored cuts; for the use ofschools and young persons,2d edition, 8vo. 83 00 — The Theory of Horticulture, or an attempt to explain the princi
l operations of Gardening upon physiological principles, with notes by A. J. Downing and # # numerouS † p p , y "#i 25
Lo# Britannica, or figures and descriptions ofthe most important varieties of Fruit cultivated in Great Britain. 3 vols. 8vo. half bound, morocco # numerous beautifully colored plates, 1841. 830
LoUDoN.-An Encyclopaedia of Gardening ; comprising the Theory and Practice of Horticulture, Floriculture, Arboriculture, and Landscape Gardening, including all the latest improvements, a General History of Gardening in all Countries, and a statistical view of its present state. New edition, greatly enlarged and improved, with nearly 1000 engravings on wood. 810 00
The Suburban Horticulturist : or an Attempt to Teach the Science and Practice of the Culture and Management of the Flower, Fruit, Kitchen, and Forcing Garden, &c. Illustrated with numerous engravings on wood. 8vo. 84 50
The Suburban Gardener and Villa Companion, comprising the choice ofa Villa or Suburban residence, or of a situation on which to form one; the arrangement and furnishing of the House : and the laying-out, planting, and general management of the Garden and Grounds ; the whole adapted sor grounds from one † to fifty acres and upwards in extent; intended for the instruction os those who know little of Gardening and Rural Affairs, and more particularly sor the use of Ladies. 1 vol. 8vo. With upwards os300 wood engravings. 85 00
The Arboretum et Fruticetum Britannicum ; or the Hardy Trees and Shrubs of Britain, scientifically and popularly described, with Botanical Figures of most of the Species, and pictorial portraits of all the principal Trees. In 8 vols. 8vo.; four of letterpress and four of plates. 850 00
An Encyclopaedia of the Trees and Shrubs of Great Britain, Native and Foreign, Scientifically and Popularly Described ; with their Propagation, Culture, and Uses in the Arts; and with Figures of nearly all the Species. Abridged from the
Edition, and adapted sor the use of Nurserymen, Gardeners, and Foresters. In one very thick vol. 8vo., with upwards of2000 engravings on wood. 814 00
An Encyclopaedia of Plants, comprising the description, specific character, culture, history, application in the arts, and every other desirable particularrespecting all the plants indigenous to, cultivated in, or introduced into Britain ; combining all the advantages ofa Linnaean and Jussieuean species plantarum, an historia plantarum, a grammar of botany, and a dictionary of botany and vegetable culture. The whole in English, with the synonymes of the commoner plants in the different European and other languages; the scientific names accentuated, their etymology explained ; thé classes, orders, and botanic terms illustrated by engravings; and with figures ofnearly 10,000 species exemplifying several individuals belonging to every genus included in the work. The specific characters by Pro. fessor Lindley, the drawings by J. D. C. Sowerby, F. L. S, and the engravings by R. Branston. 2d edition, corrected, 1 vol. 8vo. 1836, 1S41. 817 00
Hortus Britannicus. A catalogue of all the Plants indigenous, cultivated in, or introduced into Britain. New edition, with a general index. 1 vol. 8vo. 810 00
LoUDoN, MRs.—The Ladies' Flower-Garden of Ornamental Annuals.
In 48 beautifully colored plates, containing upwards of 300 figures of the most showy and interesting Annual Flowers, with full Directions for their Culture. 1 vol. 4to. 814 00
— The Ladies' Flower-Garden of Ornamental Bulbous Plants. In 58 colored plates, containing above 300 colored figures of the most desirable Bulbous Flowers, with Descriptions and Directions for Cultivation. 1 vol. 4to. 816 00
The Ladies Flower-Garden ofOrnamental Perennials. [2 vols.]
Vol. 1, royal 4to. 45 colored plates. 813 00 The First Book of Botany ; being a plain and brief introduction to that science, sor schools and young persons. 18mo. numerous cuts. 50c.
Gardening for Ladies ; and Companion to the Flower-Garden. First American, from the third London Edition, edited and carefully revised, by A. J. Downing, Esq., Author ofa Treatise on Landscape Gardening, Cottage Residences, &c. One thick volume, 12mo.tcith numerous engravings. . New York. 81 50
The Ladies' Magazine of # Illustrated with 16 colored plates of choice flowers, and 87 wood cuts. 1 vol. 8vo. 84 00 McINTosH.-The Orchard : including the management of wall and
standard Fruit Trees, and the Forcing Pit; with a selected list of synonymes of the most
choice varieties. 12mo. Finely colored plates. Cloth gilt. 82 50 The Green-House, Hot-House, and Stove; including selected
lists of the most beautful species of exotic flowering plants,and directions for their cultivation. 12mo. finely colored plates. Cloth gilt. 82 50 McINTosH.—The Flower Garden : containing directions for the cultivation of all garden flowers. 12mo. finely colored plates. 82 50
M'GILLIvRAY.—Manual of Botany. 1 vol. 12mo. plates. 81 50 MAIN.-Illustrations of Vegetable Physiology, practically applied, to
the cultivation of the garden, the field, and the forest : consisting of original observations collected during an experience of fifty years. 12mo. 81 00
MAIN.—The Handbook of Fruit Trees, 18mo. 50c. The Kitchen Garden : a Handbook for Cultivators, 18mo. 50c.
Flowers : a Handbook for Cultivators. Being a practical guide sor the use of amateurs and gardeners. 18mo. 50c. MIcHAUx.—The North American Sylva ; or a Description of the Forest Trees of the United States, Canada, and Nova Scotia By F. A. Michaux. New and greatly improved edition by T. Nuttall, F. L. S. &c. Vols. 1,2, & 3, in royal 8vo. with 156 colored plates. Philad. 825 50 MoRRIs.—Essays on Landscape Gardening, and on uniting picturesque effect with rural scenery, containing directions for'laying out and "ro#
grounds connected with a country residence. 4to, with plates. 0 NEwMAN.—History of British Ferns. 1 vol. 8vo. uniform with Yarrel's Fishes, &c., 1840. 82 75
PAxToN.-Botanical Pocket Dictionary, comprising the name, hi# and culture of all plants known in Britain. 1 vol. 12mo. 1840. 64 Magazine of Botany, and Register of Flowering Plants. (Colored plates,) vols. 1 to 10,4to. half bound in morocco, 1843. Each 89 00 br#r Each vol. contains about 40pages of floral illustrations, accurately and beautifully colored from nature. The editor is gardener to the Duke of Devonshire.
Paxton's Horticultural Register, edited by J. Main. Odd Nos. to com
plete sets. Each 38c. Popular Flowers-their propagation, cultivation, and general treatment in all seasons. 12mo. with colored engraving. Each 20c. The Cactus. The Camelia. The Fuchsia. The Dahlia. The Rose. lI #- Fn course qfpublication. Popular Treatise on Vegetable Physiology. With numerous cuts, small 8vo, Philad. 81 00
PRATT.—The Field, the Garden, and the Woodland; or interesting facts respecting flowers and plants in general. Designed for the young. 18mo. cuts. 81 25 PRIcE.-On the Picturesque : with an Essay on the Origin of Taste, and much original matter, by Sir T. D. Lauder, Bart. 1 vol.8vo., with 60beautiful illustrations. New edition. - Reducedto84 00 PURsH.—Flora Americana Septentrionalis, or Systematic Arrangement and Description ofthe Plants ofNorth America 2vols.8vo., coloured plates. 50 RAsPAIL.—Nouveau Systeme de Physiologie Végetale et de Botanique, fondé sur les méthodes d'observation, qui ont été développées dans le nouveau système de chimie organique. 2 vols. 8vo., with an Atlas of 60 plates. 89 00 REPToN.-Treatise on Landscape Gardening and Landscape Architecture. New edition, with an Historical and Scientific Introduction, a Systematic Analysis, a Biographical Notice, Notes, and a copious Index, by J.C. Loudon, Esq. 1 vol. 8vo., # trait and numerous engravings. 89 00 Revue Horticole, ou Journal des Jardiniers et Amateurs, 1832 to 1843. in numbers. 87 75 RoGERs.-The Fruit Cultivator; being a practical and accurate description of all the most esteemed species and varieties of Fruit, cultivated in the gardens or orchards of Britain. 12mo. 8l 75 SAYERs.—The American Flower-Garden Companion, adapted to the Northern and Middle States. 12mo. Boston. 50c.
SELBY.—History of British Forest Trees, indigenous and introduced ;
illustrated by nearly 200 engravings on wood, executed in the finest style of the art. 1 vol. 8vo, 87 00
STRUTT.—Sylva Britannica : or, Portraits of Forest Trees, distin
guished for their Antiquity, Magnitude, or Beauty. Royal 8vo., with fine plates, drawn from nature. 86 50
ToRREY and GRAY 's Flora of North America ; containing a Descrip
Vol. 2, Part l,- • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • 8l 50 Vol. 2, Part2,.......... ------------ • • • • • • --- • • •------------------------------------ l 50 Vol 2, Part3,.............. ------------------------------------------------ ........ 1 00 Vegetable Substances. A † and History of Vegetable Sub
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Ve# over de Natuurlijke Geschiedenis der Nederlandsche
Overzeesche Bezittingen, door de leden der natuurkundige commissie in Oost Indie en andere schrijvers. Tweede Aflevering Botanie No. 1. Folio, colored plates. 84 00
Traité de la Composition et de l'Ornement des Jardins, avec 200 plan
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WARD.—On the Growth of Plants in Closely Glazed Cases. 8vo. sl 50
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American Journal of Science (Silliman's)....................................Quarterly S6 00
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ADAMs.-English Pleasure Carriages ; their origin, history, varieties, construction, &c., &c. 8vo. plates. Reduced to 82 50 ANGLING. | Angler's (The) Hand-Book. 18mo. col'd plates. 25c. | DAvY.-Sahmonia, or Days of Fly-Fishing; in a series of conversations,with some account osthe habits offishes belongingto thegenus Salmo. l vol. 8vo. 83 00
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PENN.-Maxims and Hints for an Angler : and Miseries of Fishing. To which are added, Maximas and Hints for a Chess-Player. New edition, enlarged, with beautiful wood cuts. l vol. l2mo. 82 25
PHILLIPs.—The True Enjoyment of Angling. 8vo. portrait and Imusic. 82 75
ScRoPE.—Days and Nights of Salmon Fishing in the Tweed ; with a short account of the Natural History and habits of the Salmon, Instructions to Sportsmen. Anecdotes, &c. 1 vol. Svo. fine plates. 812 00 WALToN and CoTToN.—The Complete Angler; or Contemplative
Man's Recreation : being a Discourse on Rivers, Fish-Ponds, Fish and Fishing, with Lives and Notes, by Sir John Hawkins, Knt. Edited by James Rennie, A. M. 1 vol. 12mo. cuts.
In 1 vol small 8vo. very fine plates...................................... .84 00
In 2 vols 48mo...---.---.--------------------------.---.-...................... sl 25 ARCHERY.
Hand-Book of Archery. 18mo. 25c.
HANsARD.—The Book of Archery. Illustrated with numerous fine
plates. (An elegant and attractive volume.) 85 00
Contents-l. Juvenile Bowmen. , 2 Equipments of Young Archers. 3 Female Archery.
BEAINE's Encyclopaedia of Rural Sports; or a Complete Account, Historical, Practical, and Descriptive, of Hunting, †oi Fishing, Racing, and other Field sports and Athletic Amusements of the Pr§nt Day. Illustrated by 600 wood engravings. l § vol. 8vo. 8l2 00 Book of Sports, British and Foreign : devoted to the pictorial illustration of the pursuits of the Sportsman in every quarter of the Globe. First and second series, 2 vols. 4to. fine large plates. Each $4 50 Book of Gymnastics : or Sports for Youth.—A Legacy to promote | Health and Long Life. 18mo.'cuts. Boston. 50c. ! CAMPBELL, CoL.—Excursions, Adventures, and Field Sports in Cey- | lon. 2 vols. 8vo. fine plates, (many colored.) 810 00 CARLEToN.—The Sporting Sketch-Book ; a series of characteristic apers by the most distinguished Sporting Writers of the day. Illustrated with ll splendid § 1 vol. 8vo. Reduced to 83 50
CoLqUHoUN.—The Moor and the Loch ; containing Practical Hints on Highland Sports, and Notices of the Habits of the different creatures of Game and Prey in the Mountainous Districts of Scotland : with instructions in River, Burn, and Loch-Fishing. 2d edition, illustrated with wood cuts, 1 vol. 8vo. 83 00
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