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The complete wall-tree pruner; or, Principles of pruning and training all sorts of wall fruit trees and espaliers in the most improved degree of perfection and fruitfulness, systematically explained by a new scientific plan never before attempted. Comprehending the completest practical directions for performing all the different operations of pruning and training all sorts of wall trees and espaliers. . . Also a complete register of all the different species and respective varieties of the best fruits, with their times of ripening, &c. 16°. pp. v, [3], 244. London, 1783.

The garden mushroom, its nature and cultivation. A treatise exhibiting full and plain directions for producing this desireable [sic] plant in perfection and plenty according to the true successful practice of the London gardeners. 8°. pp. 54. plate. London, 1779.

The hot-house gardener on the general culture of the pine-apple, and methods of forcing early grapes, peaches, nectarines and other choice fruits, in hot-houses, vineries, fruit-houses, hot-walls, &c., with directions for raising melons and early strawberries. 8°. pp. xvi, 238. pl. London, 1789.

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Methodus qua omnes detectos lichenes secundum organa carpomorpha ad genera, species, et varietates redigere atque observationibus illustrare tentavit. 8°. pp. lv, 394, 52. pl. 8. Stockholmiae, 1803.

Synopsis methodica lichenum, sistens omnes hujus ordinis naturalis detectas plantas, quas secundum genera, species et varietates disposuit, characteribus et differentiis emendatis definivit, nec non synonymis et observationibus selectis illustravit. 12°. pp. xiii, 392. plate. Lundae, 1814.

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Adams, H. G. The seasons and their beauties; or, Flowers, birds and insects of the months popularly and poetically described. 12°. pp. 316. il. pl. London, n. d.

Adams, Henry Sherman. Flower gardening. 12°. pp. [5], 253. pl. New York, 1913.

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Adams county, Pennsylvania, Fruit growers' association of. See Fruit growers' association of Adams county, Pennsylvania. Adanson, Michel. Familles des plantes. 2 pt. in 2 v. 8°. pp. v. 1. [2], cccxxv, 189. v. 2. 24, [3], 640. plate. Paris,


Address to farmers on the following interesting subjects: the character of a complete farmer, the importance of manure, labor, exchanging work, the profits of a nursery, the advantages of an orchard, the management of cyder, keeping a day-book, contracting debts, clothing and diet, engaging in lawsuits, good neighbourhood, education. Extracted principally from a variety of authors who have written judiciously on these important subjects. 8°. pp. 64. Salem, 1796. Address to the freemen of Rhode-Island; by a republican farmer. 8°. pp. 20. n. p., n. d.

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Lehrbuch der botanik. 1o abt. Organographie der pflanzen. Mit einer vorrede von J. W. Hornemann. Aus dem schwedischen übersetzt von L. Meyer. 2o abt. Allgemeine biologie der pflanzen. Mit einer vorrede von C. F. Hornschuch. Aus dem schwedischen übersetzt von F. C. H. Creplin. 2 pt. in 2 v. 12°. pp. v. 1. xii, 436. v. 2. vi, 479. pl. 5. Kopenhagen; Greifswald, 1831-32.

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Agardh, Jakob Georg. Novae species algarum quas in itinere ad oras maris rubri collegit Eduardus Rüppell, cum observationibus nonnullis in species rariores antea cognitas. 4°. pp. [4]. n. p. [18-?].

Agassiz, Louis. Contributions to the natural history of the United States of America. 4 v. fo. il. pl. 77. Boston, etc., 1857-62.

Lake Superior; its physical character, vegetation, and animals, compared with those of other and similar regions. With a narrative of the tour by J. E. Cabot, and contributions by other scientific gentlemen. 8°. pp. x, [2], 9-428. pl. 17. Boston, 1850.

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Agee, Alva. Potato culture. 8°. pp. 96. [Harrisburg], 1902. (Pennsylvania. Department of agriculture. Bulletin no. 105.)

Agricola, pseud. See Anderson, James (1739–1808). Agricola, Georg Andreas. L'agriculture parfaite; ou, Nouvelle découverte, touchant la culture & la multiplication des arbres, des arbustes, et des fleurs; ouvrage fort curieux, qui renferme les plus beaux secrets de la nature pour aider la végétation de toutes sortes d'arbres & de plantes & pour rendre fertile le terroir le plus ingrat. Traduit de l'allemand avec des remarques. 2 pt. in 1 v. 8°. pp. [6], 261, [2], 146, [8]. pl. 31, 3. Amsterdam, 1720.

The experimental husbandman and gardener; containing a new method of improving estates and gardens, by cultivating and increasing of forrest-trees, coppice-woods, fruit-trees, shrubs, flowers and greenhouses, and exotick plants, after several manners; viz., by layers, cuttings, roots, leaves, &c. With great variety of new discoveries relating to graffing, terebration or boreing, inarching, emplastration, and inoculation; of reversing of trees, and digesting their juices to bring them to bear fruit. With several new experiments for the fertilizing of stubborn soils. Translated from the original, with remarks. Ed. 2. To which is now added, an appendix containing a variety of experiments lately practised upon the above system, by R. Bradley. 4°. pp. [21], 314, [4]. pl. 31, 2. London, 1726.

For 1st ed., see his Philosophical treatise of husbandry and gardening.

A philosophical treatise of husbandry and gardening; being a new method of cultivating and increasing all sorts of trees, shrubs, and flowers. A very curious work, containing many useful secrets in nature, for helping the vegetation of trees and plants and for fertilizing the most stubborn soils. Translated from the high Dutch, with remarks The whole revised and compared with the original, together with a preface, confirming this new method, by Richard Bradley. 4°. pp. [21], 300, [4]. pl. 31. London, 1721.

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Agricultural journal. Published by the Department of agriculture of the Cape Colony. v. 5, no. 13. Oct. 20, 1892. f. il. Cape Town, 1892.

Agricultural journal of the Leeward Islands. Edited by the
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No more published.


The agricultural journal of the Union of South Africa.
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Agricultural news; a fortnightly review of the Imperial department of agriculture for the West Indies. v. 1-14. Apr. 25, 1902-Dec. 18, 1915. 4°. il. Barbados, 1902-15. Agricultural review and industrial monthly. New ser. no. 1-3, 5. Jan.-Mar., May, 1884. 8°. New York, etc., 1884. Consolidation of De Bow's review, Agricultural review, and Southern industries.

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il. New York, 1882-83.

v. 1-5, edited by C. S. Plumb. v. 6-8, edited by William Frear and
No more published.

Agricultural value of the sewage of London examined in
reference to the principal schemes submitted to the Metro-
politan board of works. With extracts from the evidence of
chemists, engineers, and agriculturists. 8°. pp. [5], 78.
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David von. Conspectus fungorum in Lusatiae superioris agro Niskiensi crescentium; e methodo Persooniana. 8°. pp. xxiv, 376. col. pl. 12. Lipsiae, 1805.

Manures and the principles of manuring. xxxi, 592. Edinburgh, etc., 1894. Aitchison, James Edward Tierney. On the flora of the Kuram valley, &c., Afghanistan. pt. 1. 8°. pp. 113. [London, 1880].

Journal of the Linnean society, Botany, v. 18, 1881, pp. 1–113.
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Ed. 2, enlarged by W. T. Aiton. 5 v. 8°.
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Alabama. Agricultural experiment station, Auburn. Annual re-
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Canebrake agricultural experiment station, Uniontown. Annual report. [1st]-3d, 12th. 1883-1890, 1897. 8°. Montgomery, [1889-98].

Bulletin. no. 1-19, 22-27. 8°. [Montgomery, 1888-1910].

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Under the supervision of the Office of experiment stations, United States department of agriculture.

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List of officers and committees, constitution, rules and regulations, list of premiums. 1852, 1854. 8°. Albany, 1852-54.

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Paged continuously.

d'. Cours théorique et pratique de la taille
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Alcock, Randal Hibbert.

Botanical names for English readers. 8°. pp. xviii, 236. London, 1876. Contents: - A sketch of the history of botany, in reference to botanical nomenclature, up to the time of Linneus. - The derivation and meanings of the scientific names of plants generally admitted into the British flora as natives or colonists. Appendix [Biographical sketches of William Turner, Anthony Ascham, Reinbert Dodoens, John Gerard, Thomas Johnson, John Parkinson, and John Evelyn].

Alderman, William Horace. The fertilization of peach orchards. 8°. pp. 39. il. [Morgantown, 1915]. (West Virginia. Agricultural experiment station. Bulletin no. 150.)

The rejuvenation of old orchards. 8°. pp. [22]. il. [Morgantown, 1913]. (West Virginia. Agricultural experiment station. Bulletin no. 141.)

See Hedrick, U. P. The plums of New York. Aldrich, John Merton. The codling moth. 8°. pp. [19]. Moscow, [1903]. (Idaho. Agricultural experiment station. Bulletin no. 36.)

The grape phylloxera. 8°. pp. 7. Moscow, 1905. (Idaho. Agricultural experiment station. Bulletin no. 46.) Grasshopper and cricket outbreaks. 8°. pp. [16]. il. plate. Moscow, [1904]. (Idaho. Agricultural experiment station. Bulletin no. 41.)

The San José scale in Idaho. 8°. pp. 16. il. pl. 2. Moscow, [1899]. (Idaho. Agricultural experiment station. Bulletin no. 16.)

Winter spraying for the apple aphis. 8°. pp. [18]. il. Moscow, [1904]. (Idaho. Agricultural experiment station. Bulletin no. 40.) Aldrovandi, Ulisse. Dendrologiae naturalis scilicet arborum historiae libri duo, sylva glandaria, acinosumque pomarium, ubi eruditiones omnium generum una cum botanicis doctrinis ingenia quaecunque non parum juvant et oblectant. Ovidius Montalbanus opus summo labore collegit, digessit, concinnavit. fo. pp. [12], 660, [52]. il. Bononiae, 1668. The title-page is engraved.

Alexander, B. S., and others. Report of the Board of commissioners on the irrigation of the San Joaquin, Tulare, and Sacramento valleys of the state of California. B. S. Alexander, G. H. Mendell, George Davidson, commissioners. 8°. pp. 91. maps 6. Washington, 1874. (43d congress, 1st session. House of representatives. Ex. doc. no. 290.) Alfalfa. 8°. pp. [12]. Baton Rouge, 1899. (Louisiana. Agricultural experiment station. Bulletin, 2d ser., no. 55.) Alfalfa in Oklahoma. 8°. pp. 31. il. Stillwater, [1909]. (Oklahoma. Agricultural experiment station. Bulletin no. 82.)

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"Read before the American seed trade association, June 11, 1896." pp. 22. il.

The sexual relations of plants. 8°. n. p., [1886]. "Essay read before the American seed trade association, June 9, 1885." Allen, Edward Tyson. The western hemlock. 8°. pp. 55. il. pl. 13. Washington, 1902. (United States. Department of agriculture. Bureau of forestry. Bulletin no. 33.) Allen, Grant. Flowers and their pedigrees. Ed. 2. 12°. pp. [7], 266. il. London, 1886.

Allen, Isaac J. Address delivered Sept. 27, 1855, during the exhibition of the Cincinnati horticultural society, with a preface giving a brief history of the institution, and a description of some of the prominent features of the exhibition, by Geo. Graham. 8°. pp. 34. Cincinnati, 1855.

Allen, John Alpheus, compiler. A list of the plants contained in the sixth edition of Gray's Manual of the botany of the northern United States, including the district east of the one hundredth meridian and north of North Carolina, Tennessee, and Arkansas. 12°. pp. [2], 130. Cambridge, Mass., 1893. Allen, John Fisk. The culture of the grape; embracing directions for the treatment of the vine in the northern states of America, in the open air, and under glass structures, with and without artificial heat. 8°. pp. 55. il. Boston, 1847. For 2d and 3d ed., see his Practical treatise on the culture and treatment of the grape.

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Allen, Richard L. The American farm book, or Compend of American agriculture; being a practical treatise on soils, manures, draining, irrigation, grasses, grain, roots, fruits, cotton, tobacco, sugar cane, rice, and every staple product of the United States. 12°. pp. 325. il. New York, 1852. Allen, Samuel C. Address delivered at Northampton, before the Hampshire, Franklin & Hampden agricultural society, Oct. 27, 1830. 8°. pp. 32. Northampton, 1830. Allen, Stephen M. Fibrilia, or flax cotton. Three addresses before the legislative societies of Massachusetts and Rhode Island, and the class on agriculture at Yale college. 8°. pp. [42]. Boston, 1860.

Allen, Timothy Field. The Characeae of America. 2 pt. in 1 v. 4°. pp. 64, 28. il. pl. 31. New York, 1888–96. pt. 1. Introduction, morphology, and classification; pt. 2. Descriptions and illustrations.

Allen, Wilkes. An address delivered before the Western society of Middlesex husbandmen, Westford, Sept. 25, 1819. To which is added, the by-laws of the society. 8°. pp. 19, 5. Concord, Mass., 1819.

Allen, William John. Apple and pear growing. With section of insect pests of the apple and pear, by W. W. Froggatt and W. B. Gurney. 8°. pp. 74. il. pl. 2. Sydney, 1915. (New South Wales. Department of agriculture. Farmers' bulletin no. 92.)

Citrus culture. 8°. pp. 96. il. pl. 5. Sydney, 1915. (New South Wales. Department of agriculture. Farmers' bulletin no. 90.)

Fruit-drying. 8°. pp. 22. il. Sydney, 1911. (New South Wales. Department of agriculture. Farmers' bulletin no. 52.)

Fruit-growing in New South Wales. What to grow and where to start. 8°. pp. 58. Sydney, 1914. (New South Wales. Department of agriculture. Farmers' bulletin no. 83.)

Fruit preserving: canning, bottling, jam-making, and candying peel. 8°. pp. 26. il. Sydney, 1914. (New South Wales. Department of agriculture. Farmers' bulletin no. 88.)

Ed. 2. 8°. pp. 43. il. Sydney, 1915. (New South Wales. Department of agriculture. Farmers' bulletin no. 88.)

The manuring of orchards. 8°. pp. 24. il. Sydney, 1914. (New South Wales. Department of agriculture. Farmers' bulletin no. 79.)

Olive culture. 8°. pp. 42. il. Sydney, 1914. (New South Wales. Department of agriculture. Farmers' bulletin no. 82.)

Allen, William John (Continued). Orchard nursery work: budding and grafting. 8°. pp. 26. il. Sydney, 1913. (New South Wales. Department of agriculture. Farmers' bulletin no. 63.)

Plum and prune culture. 8°. pp. 31. il. Sydney, 1914. (New South Wales. Department of agriculture. Farmers' bulletin no. 86.)

Allgemeines teutsches garten-magazin; oder, Gemeinnützige beiträge für alle theile des praktischen gartenwesens. v. 1, 2, 7, 8. 1804, 1805, 1810, 1811. 4°. pl. Weimar, 1804-11. Fortsetzung des Allgemeinen teutschen garten-magazins; oder, Gemeinnützige beiträge für alle theile des praktischen gartenwesens. v. 3-6. 1818-1822. 4°. pl. Weimar, 1818-22.

Allioni, Carlo. Flora pedemontana; sive, Enumeratio methodica stirpium indigenarum Pedemontii. 3 v. fo. pp. v. 1. [4], xix, 344. v. 2. 366, xxiv. v. 3. xiv. pl. 92. portrait. Augustae Taurinorum, 1785.

Auctarium, cum notis et emendationibus. 4°. pp. [2], 53. pl. 2. Augustae Taurinorum, 1789. Rariorum Pedemontii stirpium specimen primum. 4°. pp. x, 55. pl. 12. Augustae Taurinorum, 1755. Bound with his Auctarium ad Floram pedemontanam. Allnutt, Henry. The cactus and other tropical succulents, aloes, agaves, mesembryanthemums, sempervivums, sedums, &c., with directions for constructing a miniature greenhouse. 16°. pp. v, [3], 133. il. plate. London, 1877.

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Almeloveen, Theodor Janson van. See Rheede tot Draakenstein, Hendrik van. Horti malabarici, etc. The Almond colonies of southern California, Antelope valley. 8°. pp. 40. il. maps. n. p., 1893. Alphand, Adolphe. Les promenades de Paris. Histoire, description des embellissements, dépenses de création et d'entretien des bois de Boulogne et de Vincennes, champsElysées, parcs, squares, boulevards, places plantées; étude sur l'art des jardins et arboretum. Text & plates. 2 v. fo. pp. [14], lix, 246, cviii, [12]. il. pl. plans. Paris, 1867-73. See Ernouf, A. A., Baron. L'art des jardins, etc. Alsberg, Carl Lucas. See Marsh, C. D., and others. The relation of barium to the loco-weed disease.

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Ed. 2. v. 1, no. 1-2. 8°. New York, 1881. Transactions. pt. 1. 4°. pp. 60. New York, 1846. The American agriculturist. [monthly]. v. 1-53, no. 9. Apr. 1842-Sept. 1894. 4° & f°. il. New York, etc., 1843-94. v. 11-14, published weekly. None published between Dec. 1851 and Sept. 14, 1853. American association for the advancement of science. Botanical section. Rules for citation adopted by the Madison botanical congress and Section G, A. A. A. S. folder. n. p., [1895?].

List of the Pteridophyta and Spermatophyta growing without cultivation in northeastern North America; prepared by a committee of the botanical club. 8°. pp. 377. New York, 1893-94.

"From Memoirs of the Torrey botanical club, v. 5," 1893-94. American association of economic entomologists. See Journal of economic entomology.

American association of nurserymen. Proceedings of the annual meeting. 13th, 15th-17th, 22d, 39th. 1888, 18901892, 1897, 1914. 8°. il. n. p., n. d.

American association of park superintendents. Bulletin. no. 1-44; new ser. no. 1-8. Jan. 1900-July 1912. 8°. il. n. p., 1900-12. Formerly New England association of park superintendents. no. 1-44, 1st ser., type-written, incomplete.

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