American association of park superintendents (Continued). Proceedings of the annual convention. [8th-13th. 1906-1911. 8°. n. p., [1906–11].

Proceedings of the 8th annual meeting, type-written.

The American botanist; edited by C. R. Orcutt. v. 1, no. 1. Sept. 1898. 8°. San Diego, Cal., 1898.

The American botanist; devoted to economic and ecological botany. v. 1-21. July 1901-Nov. 1915. 8°. il. pl. Binghamton, N. Y., etc., 1901-15. →

Edited by W. N. Clute.

v. 1-13, monthly; v. 14-21, quarterly.

American carnation society. Proceedings of the annual
meeting. 1st-24th. 8°. [Philadelphia, etc., 1892–1915].
1891/92-1894, title reads: 1st[-3d] annual report.
American cemetery superintendents, Association of.
See Association of American cemetery superintendents.
American chrysanthemum annual. Edited by Michael
Barker. 1895. 4°. il. Floral Park, N. Y., 1895.
American chrysanthemum society. Report of the com-
mittee on classification of chrysanthemums before the
American chrysanthemum society at Washington, D. C.,
Aug. 1892. 8°. pp. 37. [Boston, 1893].
American civic association.

1905/6. 8°. n. p., n. d.

Bulletin. no. 1-5. [1904]

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Special series no. 1. 12°. Philadelphia, 1905. Park department. Items of park news. no. 1-3. 8°. Hartford, Conn., 1904-05. American commission on agricultural cooperation and rural credit in Europe. Report. pt. 1. Observations. 4°. pp. 29. Washington, 1914. (63d congress, 2d session. Senate. Doc. no. 261, pt. 1.)

American conservation; issued monthly by the National conservation association. v. 1, no. 1-7. Feb.-Aug. 1911. 4°. il. Washington, D. C., 1911.

No more published.

American cotton planter and soil of the south. See Cloud's southern rural magazine.

The American cultivator. [weekly]. v. 52-77, no. 12. Jan.
4, 1890-Mar. 20, 1915. f°. il. Boston, 1890-1915.
The American desert; a floral magazine for amateurs. See
Western garden.

The American entomologist; an illustrated magazine of popular and practical entomology. [monthly]. v. 1-3. Sept. 1868-Dec. 1880. 4°. il. St. Louis, etc., 1868–80.

v. 2, no. 6-12, title reads: American entomologist and botanist.

v. 1-2, no. 2, edited by B. D. Walsh and C. V. Riley; v. 2, no. 3-5, by C. V. Riley; v. 2, no. 6-12, by C. V. Riley and George Vasey; v. 3, by C. V. Riley.

Publication suspended from 1871 to 1879 inclusive.

No more published.

The American farmer. [weekly]. v. 1-15. Apr. 2, 1819-Mar. 7, 1834. 4°. il. Baltimore, 1820–34.

v. 1-11, edited by J. S. Skinner.

[monthly]. 4th ser. v. 9, 11-14. July 1853-June 1854, July 1855-June 1859. 5th ser. v. 1-3, no. 6, July 1859-Dec. 1861. 6th ser. v. 1, no. 2-v. 4, Aug. 1866Dec. 1869. 7th ser. v. 1, no. 1-8, Jan.-Aug. 1870. 8th ser. v. 1-7, no. 3, Jan. 1872-May 1878. 8°. il. Baltimore, 1853-78.

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[Ed. 6]. 12°. Ed. 8. 12°. Ed. 12. 12°. Ed. 16. [Ed. 23]. 12°. pp. 547.

pp. 351.

Chicago, 1898.

pp. 387.

Chicago, 1900.

pp. 411.

Chicago, 1904.

pp. 509.

Chicago, 1908.

Chicago, 1915.

American florists and ornamental horticulturists, Society of. See Society of American florists and ornamental horticulturists.

American forestry. [monthly]. v. 1-21. 1895-1915. 4°. il. pl. Camden, N. J., 1895-1915. →

v. 1-2, published bi-monthly.

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v. [1]-12. 1882-1897. 8°. Washington, D. C., etc., 1883–97. Wanting v. 3, 1884. v. 7, 1888, incomplete. 1882-88, title reads: Proceedings of the American forestry congress. v. 9 consists of papers read at joint session of the American economic association and the American forestry association, Dec. 30, 1890, printed in Publications of the American economic association, v. 6, no. 3. The Library has also the full account of the Montreal meeting, Aug. 1882, published only in the newspapers.

American forestry congress. Proceedings of the American forestry congress held in Washington, D. C., Jan. 2-6, 1905, under the auspices of the American forestry association. 12°. pp. xi, 474. Washington, 1905.

American fruit and vegetable journal. [monthly]. v. 1-3, no. 1. Feb. 1900-Feb. 1901. 4°. il. Chicago, 1900-01. In Apr. 1901, united with Farm, field and fireside monthly. American fruit grower; a monthly magazine devoted to fruit growing. v. 2-3, no. 1. Jan.-Apr. 1916. f°. Charlotteville, Va., 1916. →

American fruits. [monthly]. v. 13, no. 1; v. 14, no. 3, 5, 12; v. 15, no. 1-2; v. 19, no. 5-v. 21, no. 1. Jan., Sept., Nov., Dec. 1911; Jan., Feb. 1912; May, 1914-Jan. 1915. f. il. Rochester, N. Y., 1911-15.

The American garden; an illustrated journal of horticulture, devoted to the gardening interests of America. [monthly]. v. 1-ser. 3, v. 12. Sept. 1874-Dec. 1891. 4° & fo. il. pl. Brooklyn, etc., 1874-91.

Continuation of the Flower garden.
Wanting no. 1, 2d ser., Jan. 1878.

Oct. 1875-Oct. 1881, published quarterly.

In Feb. 1887, the Ladies' floral cabinet was absorbed by the American garden. In Feb. 1888, the Gardener's monthly and horticulturist was incorporated with it. In Nov. 1891, united with Popular gardening, and continued under the title: American gardening.

American gardeners' chronicle. [weekly]. v. 2, no. 1-27. Oct. 13, 1852-Apr. 20, 1853. 4°. il. New York, 1852-53. Wanting no. 11-14, 17, 19, 21.

The American gardener's magazine. See The magazine of horticulture, botany and all useful discoveries and improvements in rural affairs.

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American horticultural society. Transactions. v. 3-5. 1885-1888. 8°. Indianapolis, 1885–88.

For earlier volumes, see Mississippi valley horticultural society. Transactions.

The American horticulturist; a monthly magazine. v. 1, no. 1-2. Nov.-Dec. 1911. 4°. il. Fowler, Ind., 1911. The American horticulturist; devoted to horticulture, floriculture, agriculture, and kindred subjects. [monthly]. v. 1-2, no. 4. Sept. 1885-Dec. 1886. 8°. il. Detroit, Mich., 1885-86.

Edited by C. W. Garfield.

In Jan. 1887, united with Popular gardening and fruit growing. American husbandry; containing an account of the soil, climate, production, and agriculture of the British colonies in North America and the West Indies, with observations on the advantages and disadvantages of settling in them, compared with Great Britain and Ireland. By an American. 2 v. 8°. pp. v. 1. 472. v. 2. 319, [16]. London, 1775. American institute of the city of New York. Annual report. 3d, 5th-32d. 1843, 1846-1871/72. 8°. il. Albany, [1844]-72.

1850-60, title reads: Transactions.

Abstracts of the proceedings for 1844-46 are printed in New York state agricultural society. Annual report, 1844-46.

Horticultural report of the 21st annual fair, New York city, Oct. 1848. 8°. pp. 24. New York, 1848.

The journal of the American institute; a monthly publication devoted to the interests of agriculture, commerce, manufactures and the arts. v. 1-4. Oct. 1835-Sept. 1839. 8°. il. New York, 1836-40.

Proceedings of the national convention of farmers, gardeners, and silk culturists, held in connection with the 18th-19th] annual fair, 1845[-1846]. 8°. New York, 1846. American jadoo company. About jadoo. 4°. pp. 16. il. col. pl. [Philadelphia, 1898].

American journal of agriculture and science. [monthly]. no. 18, 31. Oct. 1847, Nov. 1848. 8°. il. New York, etc., 184748. The American journal of forestry, devoted to the interests of forest tree planting, the formation and care of woodlands, and ornamental planting generally, and to the various economies therein concerned. Edited by F. B. Hough. [monthly]. Sept. 1882-Sept. 1883. 8°. Cincinnati, O., 1882-83. No more published.

The American journal of horticulture and florist's companion. [monthly]. v. 1-5. Jan. 1867-June 1869. 8°. il. pl. Boston, 1867-69.

Continued under the title: Tilton's journal of horticulture and florist's companion.

The American journal of science; [established by Benjamin Silliman]. v. 1-10, 17-172 (4th ser. v. 22). [1818]-1826, 1830-1906. 8°. il. pl. New Haven, 1819-1906.

v. 1, 2d ed., published in New York.

v. 2-118, title reads: The American journal of science and arts.

v. 50, 1846, is general index to v. 1-49. Beginning with v. 60, 1850, an index is published at the end of every tenth volume.

American museum of natural history, New York city. Annual report of the president, etc. 27th. 1895. 8°. New York, 1896.

The American naturalist. [monthly]. v. 1-49. Mar. 1867Dec. 1915. 8°. il. pl. Boston, etc., 1867-1915. American nut journal; devoted to nut growing interests generally throughout the Americas. [monthly]. v. 1-3. June, 1914-Dec. 1915. f°. il. Rochester, N. Y., 1914–15. → American park and outdoor art association. Report. v. 1-7. 1897-1903. 8°. Boston, etc., [1897]–1904. Wanting v. 4, pt. 2.

June 10, 1904, united with the American league for civic improvement, and continued as the American civic association.

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Proceedings for 1914 & 1915 are included in its Bulletin of peony news, no. 1, 1915.

American pomological congress. See American pomological society. Proceedings.

American pomological society. Catalogue of fruits rec

ommended for cultivation in the various sections of the United States. Revised by a committee of the society. 8°. pp. 39. Washington, 1897. (United States. Department of agriculture. Division of pomology. Bulletin no. 6.) Revised catalogue of fruits, etc. 8°. pp. 63. map. Washington, 1899. (United States. Department of agriculture. Division of pomology. Bulletin no. 8.)

Proceedings of the [1st]-31st session. [biennial]. 1850-1909. 8° (1871-91, 4°). il. pl. Boston, elc., 18511909.

A period of three years between the 10th session, 1864, and the 11th session, 1867; a period of four years between the 23d session, 1891, and the 24th session, 1895. 1850-1852, title reads: Report (Proceedings) of the American pomological congress. This congress was formed by the union of the National convention of fruit growers and the North American pomological convention, both organized in 1848.

Special report. The cherry; together with reports and papers on pear, plum, peach, grape, and small fruit. By committees of the American pomological society, edited by the secretary. 8°. pp. 82. pl. Ithaca, N. Y., 1905.

The American review of tropical agriculture. A monthly journal of agriculture, forestry, and related sciences, applied to the tropics of America. v. 1, no. 1-9. Jan.-Sept. 1910. 8°. pl. Mexico City, 1910.

The American rose culturist; being a practical treatise on the propagation, cultivation, and management of the rose. To which are added full directions for the treatment of the dahlia. 12°. pp. 96. il. New York, 1852. (Saxton's cottage and farm library.)

American rose society. Annual proceedings and bulletin. 1905, 1911-1914. 8°. il. [Boston, etc., 1905-15?]. American rural home. [weekly]. v. 9, no. 5, 37, 44, 50; v. 10, no. 39, 44; v. 11, no. 6, 8, 13, 17; v. 13, no. 5. Feb. 1, Sept. 13, Nov. 1, Dec. 13, 1879; Sept. 25, Oct. 30, 1880; Feb. 5, Feb. 19, Mar. 26, Apr. 23, 1881; Feb. 3, 1883. fo. il. Rochester, N. Y., 1879-83.

The American seedsman; a magazine and directory published monthly for the seed trade of America. v. 1, no. 8. June, 1885. 8°. pp. 32. La Plume, Pa., 1885. American society of landscape architects. See Landscape architecture.

American society of naturalists. Records. v. 1-2, no. 1, 6. 1884-1896, 1901. 4°. Boston, etc., 1884-1901. 1884-85, title reads: Records of the Society of naturalists, eastern United States.

American steel and wire company, publishers. Eradication of farm weeds by sulphate of iron. 4°. pp. 15. [Chicago, 1901].

Ames, Oakes. A contribution to our knowledge of the orchid flora of southern Florida. With illustrations by Mrs. Oakes Ames. 8°. pp. 22, [1]. pl. 12. Cambridge, Mass., 1904. (Contributions from the Ames botanical laboratory, no. 1.)

Descriptions of new species of Acoridium from the Philippines. 8°. pp. [11]. [Washington, 1906]. (Contributions from the Ames botanical laboratory, no. 5.) From Proceedings of the Biological society of Washington, v. 19, 1906, pp. 143-153.

Hybrids in Spiranthes and Habenaria. 8°. plate. [Boston, etc., 1903].

"From Rhodora, v. 5," 1903, pp. 261-264.

pp. 4.

Orchidaceae halconenses; an enumeration of the orchids collected on and near Mount Halcon, Mindoro, chiefly by E. D. Merrill. 8°. pp. [27]. Manila, 1907. (Contributions from the Ames botanical laboratory, no. 7.) "Reprinted from the Philippine journal of science, v. 2, no. 4, section C. Botany, July 1907," pp. 311-337.

Orchidaceae; illustrations and studies of the family Orchidaceae. Issued from the Ames botanical laboratory, North Easton, Massachusetts. fasc. 1-4. 8°. il. pl. 79. Boston, etc., 1905-10.

Fasc. 3 is 2d ed.

Amesbury (Mass.) and Salisbury agricultural and horticultural society. Transactions of the annual fair. 18th29th, 32d. 1881-1892, 1895. 8°. Amesbury, 1892–96. 1892-1895, title reads: Premium list . . . with secretary's and treasurer's report.

Amherst, Alicia. See Cecil, Mrs. A. M. T. AMHERST. L'amico dei campi; periodico mensile di orticoltura ed agricoltura. Anno 1-5. 8°. Trieste, 1865-69. Wanting anno 2, no. 9-12, anno 5, no. 2, 6, 7. Amman, Johann. Stirpium rariorum in imperio rutheno sponte provenientium icones et descriptiones. Instar supplementi ad Commentar. Acad. scient. imper. 4°. pp. [10], 210, [13]. pl. 35. Petropoli, 1739.

Amoreux, Pierre Joseph. Recherches et expériences sur les divers lichens dont on peut faire usage en médecine et dans les arts. 8°. pp. 103. [Lyon], 1787. (In MÉMOIRES couronnés en l'année 1786 par l'Académie des sciences, belles-lettres et arts de Lyon. 1787.)

Amos, William. Minutes in agriculture and planting. On the structure and component principles of vegetables, on the culture and use of nine of the best artificial and of eight of the best natural grasses on the construction and use of a sward dresser a thistle cutter . a compound roller... a tree transplanter, etc. Ed. 2. f°. pp. viii, 92. pl. 9 (2 col.). 10 specimens of grasses. Boston [Eng.], 1810. Analytical guide to the natural orders of the vegetable kingdom. See [Ordway, J. M., compiler].


Analytical table of Lindley's natural order of plants. See [Ordway, J. M., compiler].

Anders, J. M. House-plants as sanitary agents; or, The relation of growing vegetation to health and disease, comprising also a consideration of the subject of practical floriculture and of the sanitary influences of forests and plantations. 12°. pp. 334. Philadelphia, 1887.

Anderson, Alexander Pierce. The asparagus rust in South Carolina. 8°. pp. 15. il. Greenville, 1899. (South Carolina. Agricultural experiment station. Bulletin no. 38.) Anderson, F. W., illustrator. See Ellis, J. B., and Everhart, B. M. The North American Pyrenomycetes. Anderson, George Watson, compiler. The law of the roadside. See Massachusetts society for promoting agriculture. Anderson, James (1739-1808). An essay on quick-lime as a cement and as a manure. See Marshall, Charles. An introduction to the knowledge and practice of gardening.

- Essays relating to agriculture and rural affairs. By a farmer. 8°. pp. xxxiv, 472. pl. 3. Edinburgh, 1775.

Miscellaneous observations on planting and training timber-trees, particularly calculated for the climate of Scotland; in a series of letters, by Agricola [pseud.]. 8°. pp. [5], 230. Edinburgh, 1777.

A practical treatise on draining bogs and swampy grounds... with cursory remarks upon the originality of Mr. Elkington's mode of draining. 8°. pp. 308. London,


A practical treatise on peat moss, considered as in its natural state fitted for affording fuel, or as susceptible of being converted into mold capable of yielding abundant crops of useful produce; with full directions for converting it from the state of peat into that of mold, and afterwards cultivating it as a soil. 8°. pp. xxvi, 150. Édinburgh, 1794. Anderson, James, editor. New practical gardener and modern horticulturist. 4°. pp. 988. il. pl. 39 (27 col.). London, [1873?].

Anderson, P. J., and Rankin, W. H. Endothia canker of chestnut. 8°. il. pl. 5 (1 col.). Ithaca, [1914]. (Cornell university. Agricultural experiment station. Bulletin no. 347, pp. 529-618.)

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Anderson, Thomas. Ceylon Acanthaceae. 8°. pp. 14. [London, 1864].

"Reprinted from Thwaite's Enumeration of Ceylon plants." Andersson, Nils Johan. Monographia Salicum. 4°. pp. ii, [2], 180. pl. 9. [Holmiae, 1867].

"Kongl. svenska vetenskaps-akademiens handlingar, bandet 6, no. 1."

Salices boreali-americanae; a synopsis of North American willows. 8°. pp. [29]. [Cambridge, 1858]. Proceedings of the American academy of arts and sciences, v. 4, 1860, pp. 50-78.

Interleaved copy, with J. L. Russell's notes, tables, etc.

André, Édouard. L'art des jardins; traité général de la composition des parcs et jardins. 8°. pp. viii, 888. il. frontis. col. pl. 11. Paris, 1879.

Bromeliaceae Andreanae; description et histoire des broméliacées récoltées dans le Colombie, l'Ecuador, et le Vénézuéla. 4°. pp. xi, 118. pl. 40. Paris, [1889].

Un mois en Russie; notes de voyage d'un membre du jury à l'Exposition internationale d'horticulture de SaintPétersbourg. 12°. pp. vi, 282. il. Paris, 1870.

Les plantes à feuillage ornemental. Description, histoire, culture et distribution des plantes à belles feuilles nouvellement employées à la décoration des squares, parcs et jardins. Ed. 2. 16°. pp. 256. il. Paris, 1866. (Bibliothèque scientifique horticole, agricole, forestière et populaire.)

Plantes de terre de bruyères. Description, histoire, et culture des rhododendrons, azalées, camellias, bruyères, épacris, etc., et des principaux genres d'arbres, arbustes, arbrisseaux et plantes vivaces de plein air ou de serre que l'on cultive en terre de bruyères. 12°. pp. iv, 388. il. Paris, [1865].

See Rivière, Auguste, André, Édouard, and Roze, Ernest. Les fougères.

Andrew, George L. The sanitary value of forests. 8°. pp. 11. Cambridge, 1879.

"Reprinted from the Transactions of the American public health association, v. 4."

Andrew, John Albion. An address delivered before the New England agricultural society, Springfield, Mass., Sept. 9, 1864. 8°. pp. 22. Boston, 1864.

An address delivered by invitation of the Agricultural society of Vermont at the fair held by that society and the Agricultural society of New England, Sept. 7, 1866. 8°. pp. 44. Brattleboro, 1866.

Andrews, Albert Leroy. Philological aspects of the "Plants of Wineland the Good." 8°. pp. [8]. [Boston, etc., 1913]. Rhodora, v. 15, 1913, pp. 28-35.

Andrews, Christopher Columbus. Report to the Department of state on the forests and forest culture of Sweden. 8°. pp. 48. Washington, 1872.

Annals of botany; editors, Charles Konig and John Sims. v. 2. 8°. pl. portrait. [London, 1806]. Imperfect copy.

Andrews, Ethan Allen. A copious and critical Latin-English Index to v. 11-20, 1897-1906. Prepared by T. G. Hill. lexicon, founded on the larger Latin-German lexicon of 8°. pp. 42. London, etc., 1907. William Freund; with additions and corrections from the lexicons of Gesner, Facciolati, Scheller, Georges, etc. 4°. pp. xxii, 1663. New York, 1873. Andrews, Henry C. The botanist's repository for new and rare plants; containing coloured figures of such plants as have not hitherto appeared in any similar publication, with all their essential characters, botanically arranged after the sexual system of the celebrated Linnaeus, in English and Latin. To each description is added a short history of the plant. 10 v. 4o. col. pl. 664. London, 1797–[1812].

Geraniums; or, A monograph of the genus Geranium, containing coloured figures of all the known species and numerous beautiful varieties, drawn, engraved, described, and coloured from the living plants. 2 v. 4°. col. pl. 124. London, 1805.

The heathery; or, A monograph of the genus Erica, containing coloured engravings, with Latin and English descriptions, dissections, etc., of all the known species of that extensive and distinguished tribe of plants. Ed. 2. 6 v. 8°. col. pl. 300. London, 1845.

Andrews, James. Choice garden flowers; their cultivation and general treatment in all seasons. 16°. various paging. col. pl. 12. London, 1860.

Andrews, Luman. See Bissell, C. H., and Andrews, Luman. Flora of the town of Southington, Conn.

Andrieu, Pierre. Treatment of vintage by diffusion. Translated by Raymond Dubois and W. P. Wilkinson. 8°. pp. 32. il. Melbourne, [1902]. (Victoria. Department of agriculture. Bulletin no. 2.)

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Andry, C. L. F., translator. See Mandirola, (Le sieur). Manuel du jardinier.

Angers, Société d'horticulture d'. See Société d'horticulture d'Angers.

Angers, Société nationale d'agriculture, sciences et arts d'. See Société nationale d'agriculture, sciences, et arts d'Angers.

Angreville, J. E. d'. La flore vallaisanne. 12°. pp. viii, 218. Genève, etc., 1862.

The cover bears date 1863.

Annalen der blumisterei für gartenbesitzer, kunstgärtner, samenhändler, und blumenfreunde. v. 1-12. 12°. col. pl. Nürnberg, etc., 1825-36.

Edited by J. E. von Reider.

v. 9-12 have also the title: Neue annalen der blumisterei für garten

besitzer, kunstgärtner, samenhändler, und blumenfreunde, jahrg. 1-4. Annales d'horticulture et de botanique; ou, Flore des jardins du royaume des Pays-Bas, et histoire des plantes cultivées les plus intéressantes des possessions néerlandaises aux Indes Orientales, de l'Amérique et du Japon. Publiée par la Société royale d'horticulture des Pays-Bas. v. 1-5. 4°. il. pl. Leide, 1858-62.

Annales de pomologie belge et étrangère; publiées par la

Commission royale de pomologie. Année 1-8. 1853-1860. fo. pl., col. & uncol. Bruxelles, 1853–60.

No more published.

Annales forestières. [monthly]. v. 1-22. 1842-1863. 8°. il. pl. Paris, 1842-63.

v. 14-22, title reads: Annales forestières et métallurgiques. 1864 and 1865 wanting. In 1866 united with Revue des eaux et forêts. Table alphabétique et raisonnée des matières contenues dans la première série, années 1842 à 1846. 8°. pp. 48. Paris, 1848.

Annals and magazine of natural history. v. 13, no. 85. May 1844. 8°. London, 1844.

Annals of botany. Edited by I. B. Balfour [and others]. (quarterly]. v. 1-29. Aug. 1887-Oct. 1915. 8°. il. pl. London, etc., 1887-1915.

Index to v. 1-10, 1887-1896. Prepared by T. G. Hill. 8°. pp. [4], 64. London, etc., 1901.

Annals of horticulture and year-book of information on practical gardening. 5 v. 4°. il. col. pl. 5. London, 1846-50. This work was published in numbers as the Horticultural magazine. The finished volumes were issued with the title Annals of horticulture.

Annals of natural history; or, Magazine of zoology, botany, and geology. [monthly]. v. 1, no. 1-6. Mar.-Aug. 1838. 8°. pl. London, 1838.

Formed by the union of Magazine of zoology and botany, and the Companion to the Botanical magazine.

Annuaire des eaux et forêts. 1879-1900, 1914. v. 18–39, 53. 16°. Paris, 1879-1914.

Annual dahlia register, for 1836; containing particulars of the introduction of the dahlia into this country, mode of cultivation and management, etc. By an amateur. 8°. pp. vi, 104. col. pl. 54. London, 1836. Anthony, Roy D. See Hedrick, U. P., and Anthony, R. D. Inheritance of certain characters of grapes.

Anthophilus, Isidor. Wohlbewährtes garten-buch, worinnen nicht nur von vielen seltenen geheimnissen sondern auch von den pflanzen, blumen, und andern garten-gewachsen, auch der baum-zucht, von allerhand ordinåren, wie auch besonders von zwerg-båumen nützliche anzeige und gründliche nachricht. 16. pp. [6], 370, [6]. il. frontis. Lucern, etc., 1758. Antoine, Franz. Abbindung von 51 pfirsich gattungen nach der natur. f. pp. [4], 20, [2], 22, [2]. frontis. col. pl. 50. Wien, 1821.

In German and Hungarian.

Antoine, Franz. Phyto-iconographie der bromeliaceen des kaiserlichen königlichen Hofburg-gartens in Wien. Text & atlas. 4° & f°. pp. viii, 54. pl. 35. Wien, 1884. Antwerp. Congrès international de botanique et d'horticulture, Anvers, 1885. See Congrès international de botanique et d'horticulture, Anvers, 1885. Apgar, Austin Craig. Ornamental shrubs of the United States, hardy, cultivated. 12°. pp. 352. il. New York, etc., [1910].

Trees of the northern United States, their study, description, and determination; for the use of schools and private students. 12°. pp. 224. il. New York, etc., [1892]. Apple orcharding in Ontario. 8°. pp. 64. il. Toronto, 1911. (Ontario. Department of agriculture. Bulletin no. 194.) The apple specialist. [monthly]. v. 1, no. 4-12; v. 2, no. 18, 12; v. 3, no. 2. July 1904-Mar. 1905; Apr.-Nov. 1905; Mar., May 1906. fo. il. Quincy, Ill., 1904-06.

The apple world. [monthly]. v. 1, no. 1-2. June-Jul. 1914. 4°. il. Baltimore, 1914.

Appleby, Thomas. The orchid manual, for the cultivation of stove, greenhouse, and hardy orchids; with a calendar of monthly operations, and classified lists of species. 16°. pp. [1], 92. il. pl. 9. London, n. d.

Appleton, Francis Henry. Address at the opening of the New England agricultural fair, Portland, Maine, Aug. 27, 1895. 8°. pp. 11. n. p., [1895].

Address on the occasion of the dedication of the new building of the Massachusetts horticultural society [Nov. 9, 1901]. 8°. pp. 16. Boston, 1902. Arborea; bulletin of the Massachusetts tree wardens and foresters association. [quarterly]. v. 1-2, no. 3. May, 1914-Nov. 1915. 8°. [Worcester, 1914-15].


Arboriculture; a magazine of the International society of arboriculture. v. 1-8. Sept. 1902-Oct. 1909. 8°. il. Chicago, etc., 1902-09.

Edited by J. P. Brown.

v. 1-4, monthly; v. 5-7, bi-monthly; v. 8, quarterly. No more published.

Archer, Thomas Croxen. Profitable plants; a description of the principal articles of vegetable origin used for food, clothing, tanning, dyeing, building, medicine, perfumery, etc. 16°. pp. xi, 359. col. pl. 20. London, [1865].

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