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An inaugural dissertation on the Magnolia glauca, or common white laurel-tree : submitted to the examination of the Rev'd. John Ewing ..., the Trustees and medical professors, of the University of Pennsylvania, on the 27th day of May, 1802, for the degree of Doctor of Medicine
- Price, Thomas D.
Vlyssis Aldrovandi patricii bononiensis Dendrologiæ natvralis scilicet arborvm historiæ libri dvo. : Sylva glandaria, acinosvmq. pomarivm. Vbi ervditiones omnivm genervm vna cvm botanicis doctrinis ingenia quæevnqve non parvm ivvant, et oblectant. Ovidivs Montalbanvs ... opvs svmmo labore collegit, digessit, concinnavit.
- Aldrovandi, Ulisse, 1522-1605?
A voyage from England to India, in the year MDCCLIV. And an historical narrative of the operations of the squadron and army in India, under the command of Vice-Admiral Watson and Colonel Clive in the years 1755, 1756, 1757; including a correspondence between the admiral and the nabob Serajah Dowlah ... Also, a journey from Persia to England, by an unusual route. With an appendix, containing an account of the diseases prevalent in Admiral Watson's squadron: description of most of the trees, shrubs, and plants of India ... also a copy of a letter written by a late ingenious physician, on the disorders incidental to Europeans at Gombroon in the Gulph of Persia ...
- Ives, Edward, -1786.
A dictionary of the ornamental trees, shrubs, and plants, most commonly cultivated in the plantations, gardens, and stoves, of Great-Britain : arranged according to their generic names, and containing full and accurate descriptions of the different genera and species, with the generic and specific names properly accented : at the end, is a copious index of gardeners and vulgar names, referring to their true titles in the dictionary, and the dictionary to a prefixed compendium of the sexual system, retaining all the circumstances necessary to a competent knowledge of the science of botany, and in which every genus contained in the dictionary is placed under its proper class and order, with its contracted character : chiefly intended for the use of the ladies, but proper for all who wish to amuse themselves with the study of plants, and to pronounce their names with propriety
- Bryant, Charles, -1799.
Tusser redivivus: being part of Mr. Thomas Tusser's Five hundred points of husbandry; directing what corn, grass, & c. is proper to be sown; what trees to be planted; how land is to be improved; with what ever is fit to be done for the benefit of the farmer in every month of the year
- Tusser, Thomas, 1524?-1580.
Joyfull newes out of the new-found worlde. Wherein are declared, the rare and singuler vertues of divers herbs, trees, plantes, oyles and stones, with their applications, as well to the use of phisicke, as of chirurgery ... Also the portrature of the said hearbs
- Monardes, Nicolás, approximately 1512-1588.
Sylva, or a discourse of forest-trees, and the propagation of timber in His Majesty's dominions. As it was deliver'd in the Royal society the XVth of October, MDCLXII ... Together with an historical account of the sacredness and use of standing groves, Terra, a philosophical essay of earth ... To which is annexed Pomona: or, an appendix concerning fruit-trees in relation to cider ... Also Acetaria: or, a discourse of sallets. With Kalendarivm hortense. Or, The gard'ners almanack ...
- Evelyn, John, 1620-1706.
An inaugural dissertation, on the chemical and medical properties of the persimmon tree, and the analysis of astringent vegetables : submitted to the examination of the Revd. John Ewing, S.T.P. provost ; the trustees and medical professors, of the University of Pennsylvania ; for the degree of Doctor of Medicine
- Woodhouse, James, 1770-1809.
A new orchard, and garden: or, the best way for planting, grafting, and to make any ground good, for a rich orchard: : particularly in the north and generally for the whole common-wealth as in nature, reason, situation, and all probability, may and doth appeare. With the country-housewifes garden for herbs of common use: their virtues, seasons, profits, ornaments, variety of knots, models for trees, and plots for the best ordering of grounds and walkes. As also, the husbandry of bees, with their severall uses and annoyances. All being the experience of forty and eight yeares labour, and now the second time corrected and much enlarged,
- Lawson, William, active 1618.