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Botanologia. The English Herbal: or, History of Plants. Containing I. Their names. Greek Latine...
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First edition. Folio. Printed by I. Dawks for H. Rhodes at the Star, the corner of Bride Lane, in Fleet Street; and J. Taylor, at the Ship in Pater Noster Row. 1710. Engraved title. Title page in red and black. 4pp dedication to Queen Anne, xxiv, 1296pp. Index Plantarum & Index Latinus [41pp]. Index Morbarum, erratum [6pp]. Numerous engravings. Full panelled calf, spine in seven compartments with raised bands, blind rules. Gilt lettering and floral tooling to second compartment. Blind tooling to boards
Small symbols inscribed to base of title page. Neat historic addenda to the margins. P22 'Angelica' in historic script to margin. P173 small portrait to margin. P180 note to lower margin re 'hen Bane'. P256 script to margin "Touch me not or Elaterium". P671 script 'Powder' to margin. P892 script to margin 'Extract'. Occasional drawn marginal manicules. P1162 script to margin 'Powder'. P312 misnumbered 351. Four leaves of index restored to margins, in slightly smaller state. P63 slight loss of text (4… Read More
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The British Herbal: an history of plants and trees, natives of Britain, cultivated for use, or...
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The British Herbal: an history of plants and trees, natives of Britain, cultivated for use, or raised for beauty

by Hill, John

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First edition. Printed for T. Osborne and J. Shipton, in Gray's Inn; J. Hodges near London Bridge; J. Newbery, in St. Paul's Churchyard; B. Collins; And S. Crowder and H. Woodgate, in Pater-noster Row. London. 1756. Folio. Engraved frontispiece. Title page in red and black. (2), dedication, 533, (3) index pp. Text in double columns. Decorative engraved tailpieces. 75 engraved plates. Contemporary full calf. Spine in seven compartments with raised bands and red leather label. Relaid to joints and corners. Inner margin repair to title, lower edges of 1-4 chipped, paper fault small hole to 47/8, short closed tear to 113/4 with basic paper repair to verso, minor insect damage to lower margin 169/70, repair to outer margin 429/30. Toning/darkening to feps, frontispiece and title. Corner of front pastedown torn with loss. Creasing to title and frontispiece. Occasional spotting, a handsomely patinaed copy.
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China and gardens of Europe of the Eighteenth Century. With an introduction by Hugh Honour.

China and gardens of Europe of the Eighteenth Century. With an introduction by Hugh Honour.

by Sirén, Osvald (Honour, Hugh intro.)

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Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection for Harvard University. Washington. 1990. 4to. xiv, 223pp. Tinted frontis., 192 plates. Original cloth, fine, in protected slightly chipped d/w. A very good copy."This book, written in 1946-48 and published in 1950, is still the most important, if also controversial, account of its subject, the widest and richest and best illustrated survey of what the French called in the late eighteenth century the jardin anglo-chinois." From the introduction by Hugh Honour.
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Coates's Herd Book: containing the pedigrees of Improved Shorthorn Cattle. Volumes 22, 23, 31.
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Coates's Herd Book: containing the pedigrees of Improved Shorthorn Cattle. Volumes 22, 23, 31.: [John Thornton's copy]

by Shorthorn Society of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland

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Shorthorn Society of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland. Volumes 22, 23, 31. 1875, 1876, 1884. xx, 688pp; xx, 791pp; xxii, 756pp. Bound in matching brown cloth, attractively grained leather labels with gilt lettering to spines. Renewed endpapers. Edges sprinkled red, darkened. A handsome set.Provenance:Dated signature (October 30 1883) of John Thornton to half title of Volume 31, 1884, with neat informative annotations in his handwriting to the text. John Thornton, publisher of Thornton's Shorthorn Circular from 1868, the most famous pedigree livestock auctioneer of all time. Assistant editor (with Strafford) of Coates's Herd Book. A poem, "The Golden Shorthorns" was published in PUNCH 1867, commemorating the Shaw Farm Windsor Sale'Twas Strafford raised his sandglass, and Thornton held the pen, When to a Windsor coffee-room flocked scores of Shorthorn men ; They crowded round the table, they fairly blocked the door- He stood champagne, did Sheldon, of Geneva,… Read More
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The Floral Register; containing figures and descriptions of nearly all tender and hardy plants,...
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The Floral Register; containing figures and descriptions of nearly all tender and hardy plants, which have been lately introduced to, and cultivated in Great Britain.

by Maund, Benjamin

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Simkin and Marshall; Groombridge & Sons, [1825-1850] Two Parts bound in one volume. Small quarto. Engraved half title, Title page Part I, xvi, 240pp; Title page Part II, 13, 144pp. 3066 woodcuts. Contemporary half morocco, gilt, raised bands to spine. All edges gilt. Marbled endpapers. Corners rubbed. Index to Part II and pp141-144 originally published in smaller state (8vo), expertly relaid to quarto. Comprehensively cataloguing the origins, date of introduction and British gardens and their owners of foreign introductions during the golden age of plant-hunting, the Floral Register was the resource for all newly introduced plants.
Benjamin Maund (1790-1864) botanist and horticulturist, "he prospered as a bookseller, stationer, printer, bookbinder, publisher, and chemist in a combination normal for the time". He experimented with seeds and plants introduced from around the world and particularly with varieties of wheat. Fellow of the Linnean Society. ODNB.
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The Food of the Gods
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The Food of the Gods: A popular account of cocoa

by Head, Brandon

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George Routledge and Sons. c. 1905. Octavo. ix, 109, (1)pp. Numerous monochrome plates, two coloured litho plates, lacking frontispiece. Coloured folding plan "Section of a Cocoa Factory", Coloured folding chart of "Cocoa Producing Countries", coloured folding map of Trinidad. Original green pictorial boards, spotted and rubbed to extremeties. Signature to fep.
The natural history of cocoa, its growth and cultivation, its sources and varieties, and its manufacture, with a well illustrated section relating to Bourneville.
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Handbook of Hardy Herbaceous and Alpine Flowers.
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Handbook of Hardy Herbaceous and Alpine Flowers.

by Sutherland, William

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William Blackwood and Sons. Edinburgh and London. 1871. Octavo. 4 (ads), lxvi, 321, 16 (ads)pp. Original green decorative cloth, gilt, bevelled edges. Rubbed and worn to extremities. Hinges cracked, but firm. Pages untrimmed, occasional spotting.
William Sutherland (1833-1920) Scottish horticulturalist (Herbaceous) at Kew, Florence Court and Minto Roxburghshire, home of the Earl of Minto (subject of the conservation scandal of 1992). Correspondence held at Sissinghurst.
Provenance: Signature of "J Fraser Kew" to ffep and following page. John Fraser (1854-1935) FLS, VMH, Scottish horticulturalist and expert on the genus Mentha and Salix, RHS Chiswick 1880-1882, Kew 1882-86 & 1897-1909; editor of Gardener's World Magazine.
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A Six Months Tour Through the North of England. Containing an account of the present state of...
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A Six Months Tour Through the North of England. Containing an account of the present state of Agriculture, Manufactures and Population, in several Counties of this Kingdom: In Four Volumes. The Second Edition, corrected and enlarged

by Young, Arthur

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Augustus M. Kelley. Reprints of Economic Classics. New York. 1967. Reprint of the Second Edition, corrected and enlarged. Originally Printed for W. Strahan; W. Nicoll, No. 51 in St Paul's Churchyard; T. Cadell, in The Strand; B. Collins, at Salisbury; and J. Balfour, at Edinburgh. 1771. 4 Volumes. Octavo. I: xxviii, 359, (1), Engraved Plates; II: (6), 459pp, Engraved Plates; III: vii, 464pp, Engraved Plates, Large Folding Map; IV: (5), 466pp, Pocket to rear containing six folding charts. Original faux leather, title lettering to spine faded. A few minor spots or marks. A clean, crisp, bright and tightly bound set of this nice reprint.Arthur Young (1741-1820) A writer, social and political observer, opponent of reform, and collector of early works on agriculture such as Duhamel du Monceau, Jethro Tull and Hartlib. Close friend of Walter Harte, author of Essays on Husbandry. The British Library features this important work: "George Eliot read A Six Months' Tour as research for her novel Adam Bede, in… Read More
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Traite de la conservation des grains, et en particulier du froment. Nouvelle edition, corrigee et...
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Traite de la conservation des grains, et en particulier du froment. Nouvelle edition, corrigee et augmentee

by Monceau, M. Duhamel du

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Chez Hippolyte-Louis Guerin et Louis-Francis Delatour. Avec Approbation et Privilege du Roi. 2nd ed. Paris. 1754.Small octavo. xlij, 311pp. 13 folding plates. Contemporary full calf, raised bands to spine, gilt floral embellishment and lettering. Vestiges of gilt edge tooling. Old paper label to top compartment, gilt motif and lettering. Contemporary marbled endpapers. All edges red. Silk bookmark. Rubbed to corners, short split to upper joint. Very bright internally, 3 plates slightly chipped at margins. Signature of Gayet de Sansale dated 1758 to ffep verso. A nice copy in contemporary binding, with fine contemporary provenance. Thoroughly revised, corrected and extended by Monceau in this second edition, in line with further researches, published a year after the first, with additional folding plate.
Henri-Louis Duhamel du Monceau (1700-1782), physician, naval engineer and botanist. He developed his large estate into an experimental farm, using technological innovation to develop and test new… Read More
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A Treatise on the Culture of the Vine, exhibiting new and advantageous methods of propagating,...
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A Treatise on the Culture of the Vine, exhibiting new and advantageous methods of propagating, cultivating, and training that plant, so as to render it absolutely fruitful. Together with New Hints on the Formation of Vineyards in England.

by Speechly, William

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The second edition with additions. Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme. London. [1805] G. Woodfall, Printer, Paternoster Row to verso of half title. Octavo. Half title, Title, xv, 300, (21), (bl.), (1), (1)pp. 6 folding engraved plates. Later half calf, marbled boards, spine in six compartments, leather label, gilt lettering, rules and embellishment. Minor corner chips to half-title. Short closed fold tear to Plate I. Toned with some light offsetting of plates, foxing/browning to index.
This edition has an additional plate to the 1790 edition, plus additional material. The plates are each dated September 1, 1805. Significant to the library of the vine. A handsome volume.
William Speechly (1723 – 1819), gardener to the Duke of Portland at Welbeck Abbey, Nottinghamshire. ODNB.
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View of the Agriculture of Middlesex; with observations on the means of its improvement, and...
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View of the Agriculture of Middlesex; with observations on the means of its improvement, and several essays on agriculture in general, drawn up for the consideration of The Board of Agriculture.

by Middleton, John

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First edition. Printed for B. MacMillan for G. Nicol, Pall Mall. 1798. Octavo. Half title, title, xvii, (1: errata), 597pp. 2 hand coloured folding maps, one folding table. Printed note to the contents: "The Author intended to have inserted a plan of an orchard ... but as it turned out to be inconvenient in point of size, and being of small importance, the idea was given up". Later utilitarian quarter calf, spine in six compartments with raised bands with uneven black rules, gilt lettering, sl. rubbed to head and foot; slightly marked cloth boards. All edges speckled. Apart from a little light sporadic foxing a nice crisp clean copy, firmly bound. Priced to accommodate cost of rebacking which would greatly enhance the volume.
John Middleton (1751 – 1833), surveyor, pioneering and inventive agriculturist, commissioner for enclosures. "The best of all the [board's] surveys of English Counties'". ODNB. An all-encompassing work in the spirit of the age, including the state of property, commons and… Read More
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The gardens of the British working class

The gardens of the British working class

by Willes, Margaret

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413pp. Illustrations in colour and monochrome. Very good in original dust wrapper. As new.
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A monograph of the genus Sabicea

A monograph of the genus Sabicea

by Wernham, Herbert Fuller

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First edition. Printed by Order of the Trustees of the British Museum. London. 1914. Octavo. Half title, title, (2) 80pp. 1 large folding plate, tables, 12 tissue guarded (each tissue guard with printed explanation) litho plates. Black endpapers. Original green cloth, blind bordering, gilt vignette to upper board, gilt lettering to spine. Tips rubbed. Short closed tear to lower margin of p 80.Some light toning to versos of free endpapers. Light spotting to edges of title. A bright crisp copy, still firmly bound."The genus belongs to tropical Africa and America. The monograph is more than a description of species, for it includes a discussion and graphic illustrations of their interrelationships". Includes a fully systemic account, plus a useful index of plant collectors in the field.
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