A true account of the Aloe Americana or Africana, which is now in blossom in Mr. Cowell's garden at Hoxton; which is upwards of twenty foot high, and has already put forth thirty branches for flowers, all upon one stem, twelve whereof are already fairly opened and blown out As also of two other exotick plants, call'd, the Cereus, or torch-thistle, which have likewise put forth their blossoms in Mr. Cowell's said garden. The like whereof has never been seen in England before.
- Cowell, John (Nurseryman)
Three letters on medical subjects : addressed to the Reverend Gilbert Ford, Ormskirk, Lancashire. Containing I. An account of the effects of an aloetic medicine in the gout and other chronical complaints. II. A practice which has been successful in the individual prevention of the late epidemics. III. An account of the sedative properties of the granulated preparation of tin, in some affections of the mind / by John Ford.
- Ford, John, 1731?-1807.