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11949, 0. The fruits and fruit trees of America. By A.J. Downing.
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11837, 0. The horticulturist, and journal of rural art and rural
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12687, 0. 2. On increasing the depth of soils. By Cuthbert
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10622, 0. The farmer's encyclopædia and dictionary of rural affairs.
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11024, 0. Johnson's farmer's encyclopædia, adapted to the United
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7519, D. Every lady her own flower gardener. By Louisa Johnson.

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7352 & 7377, D. Elements of agricultural chemistry and geology.
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11190, 0. Lectures on agricultural chemistry and geology. By
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5630, O. An encyclopedia of gardening. By J. C. Loudon. Illus-

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9690, 0. The suburban gardener and villa companion. By J. C.

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10787, 0. The suburban horticulturist. By J. C. Loudon. London,

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carbon to be a compound body, made by plants and decomposed by

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