A particular account of the Emperor of China's gardens near Pekin: in a letter from F. Attiret, a French missionary, now employ'd by that emperor to paint the apartments in those gardens, to his friend at Paris. Translated from the French by Sir Harry Beaumont.
- Attiret, Jean Denis, 1702-1768.
- M.DCC.LII. 
The British gardener's new director, chiefly adapted to the climate of the northern countries: directing the necessary works in the kitchen, fruit, and pleasure gardens, and in the Nursery, Green-House and Stove. With the Addition of a Dissertation on the Culture of Forest-Trees. By Sir James Justice, Bart. F. R. S. and one of the principal Clerks of Session in Scotland. To this Edition are prefixed, I. His Treatise on Vegetation, with Directions for making Compost for the more curious Flowers. II. The whole Process of Grafting, Pruning, and Inoculating, &c. with engraved Representations of the Sections. III. Directions for planting of Orchards. IV. A Collection of the best Fruit Trees, with their peculiar Characters, being such as have perfected their Fruits in Scotland. V. A Catalogue of such Plants and Roots as are necessary for the Kitchen Garden, pointing out their Culture. VI. An Alphabetical List of Flowers, Trees, and Flowering Shrubs, and American Trees, with the Season for sowing, &c. Vii. A Collection of the most curious Oriental Hyacinths, with their Culture. Viii. A Collection of the most curious Annuals and Exotics, with their English Names in alphabetical Order, with References to their Culture. Illustrated with Copper Plates.
- Justice, James, 1698-1763.
- M.DCC.LXXI.