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of the Queen's County Agricultural Society, containing the address of
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London, 1818. Downing, 11425, 0. The fruits and fruit trees of America; or the culture, pro
pagation, and management in the garden and orchard, of fruit trees
11949, 0. The fruits and fruit trees of America. By A.J. Downing.
11837, 0. The horticulturist, and journal of rural art and rural
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London, 1847. Forstall, 12687, 0. 6. Agricultural productions of Louisiana, embracing
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1841. Hanson, 13239, 0. The florist and horticultural journal, a monthly magazine
of horticulture, agriculture, botany, agricultural chemistry, entomology,
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Hutchinson. London, 1844.
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farmers. By Vincent Köllar. Translated from the German, by J.
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Edited by D. Landreth. Philadelphia, 1817. Lavergne, 13568, 0. The rural economy of England, Scotland, and Ireland.
By Léonce de Lavergne. Translated with notes. Edinburgh, 1855. Leuchars, 12710, 0. A practical treatise on the construction, heating and
ventilation of hot-houses, including practical directions for their management. With wood-cuts. By Robert B. Leuchars. Boston,
1851. Liebig, 10590, 0. & 7119, D. Organic chemistry in its applications to agri
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and on the improvement of churchyards. By J. C. Loudon. Lon
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shrubs of Britain, native and foreign: with their propagation, &c. &c.
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Mrs. Loudon. 2 vols. London, 1843.
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1842. 8097, D. The lady's country companion ; or how to enjoy a country
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of the author. London, 1848. 8097, D. The lady's country companion; or how to enjoy a country
life rationally. By Mrs. Loudon. London, 1845. 10366, 0. Landscape gardening. By J. C. Loudon. London, 1840. 9690,0. The villa gardener, comprising the choice of a suburban
villa residence; the laying out, planting and culture of the garden and grounds; and the management of the villa farm. Intended particularly for ladies. With wood-cuts. By J. C. Loudon. 2d
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19 vols. London, 1826 to 1843.
10366, 0. See Repton, infra. Low, 11269, 0. Landed property and the economy of estates. By David
Low, Esq. London, 1844. Mc Cown, 12686, 0. 8. Address before the Queen's County Agricultural
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1. With illustrations. Edinburgh, 1853. McMahon, 6690, D. Jamaica plantership. By Benjamin McMahon. Lon
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agriculture and horticulture. By Henry Meigs. New York, 1845. Minor, 12687, 0. 7. Address delivered before the Agricultural Society of
Albemarle. By Franklin Minor. Charlottesville, 1846. Moore, 2574, Q. The gardener's magazine. Conducted by Thomas Moore and
Wm. P. Ayres. 3 vols. London, 1850, &c. Neill, 9721, D. The fruit, flower, and kitchen garden. By Patrick Neill,
LL D. Adapted to the United States from the 4th edition, revised and improved by the author. Philadelphia, 1851.
Parsons, 11942, 0. The rose. By S. B. Parsons.
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Flushing. New York, 1843. Petzholdt, 7848, D. 2. Lectures to farmers on agricultural chemistry. By
Alexander Petzholdt. London, 1844. Pratt, 8317, D. Flowers and their associations. By Anne Pratt. London,
1816. Prince, 11322, D. 3 & 6. W. R. Prince's catalogues of flowers and trees.
Flushing, 1844. Ransome, 11035, 0. The implements of agriculture. By J. Allen Ransome.
London, 1843. Repton, 10366, 0. The landscape gardening and landscape architecture of the
late Humphrey Repton, Esq. A new edition. By J. C. Loudon,
F. L. S. London, 1840. Ricauti, 2568, Q. Sketches for rustic work; including bridges, park and garden
buildings, seats and furniture in the style of zincography. By T. J.
Ricauti. Exeter and London, 1842. Rigg, 7705, D. Experimental researches, chemical and agricultural, showing
carbon to be a compound body, made by plants and decomposed by
putrefaction. By Robert Rigg, F. R. S. London, 1844. Rivers, 7725, D. The rose amateur's guide, containing ample descriptions of
all the fine leading varieties of roses, regularly classed in their respective families ; their history and mode of culture. By T. Rivers, Jr.
London, 1843. Roberts, 12686, 0. 10. Transactions of the agricultural society and mechanic's
institute of Newcastle County, Delaware, 1845; with the addresses by
Hon. Jonathan Roberts and Joseph E. Muse. Wilmington, 1845. Rodgers, 8977, D. Scientific agriculture; or the elements of chemistry, geology,
botany and meteorology applied to practical agriculture. By M. M.
Rodgers, M. D. Rochester, 1848. Rufin, 10322, oThe farmer's register. Ed. Ruffin, editor. Vol. 7th.
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Ruffin. Petersburg, Va., 1842. Gift of the author. Shepherd, 12684, 0. 1. Lectures on landscape gardening in Australia. By
Thomas Shepherd. Sydney, 1836. Skinner, 12686, 0. 14, & 12687, 0. 10. Proceedings of the agricultural
society of Newcastle County, 1844; with the address of John S.
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Washington, 1841. Smee, 8133, D. The potato plant, its uses and properties, together with the
causes of the present malady. By Alfred Smee. New York, 1847. Smith, 13090, 0. Italian irrigation; a report on the agricultural canals of
Piedmont and Lombardy; addressed to the Hon. the Court of Directors
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