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A Common Sense reforming Gardener,
135 Knight, Mr. Joseph, F.H.S., Nurseryman,
162 Lachlan, Robert, Esq. London,
La Gasca, Professor Don Mariano, of the
$93 Lindsay, Mr., Gardener to His Grace the
Loddiges', Messrs., of Hackney Garden, 136
Loudon, Mr. James, Gardener, Ham
Lucombe, Pince, and Co., Nurserymen,
M'Arthur, Mr. Peter, F. H. S., Grange,
Moore, Mr. William, Gardener at East
Morris, Richard, Esq., F.L.S. of London, 116
Oldacre, Mr. I., of Spring Grove, F. H.S. 36. 278
Penny, Mr. George, Foreman of the Her.
baceous Department, Tooting Nursery, 465
Petersen, Mr. Jens, of Copenhagen, now
Anderson, Mr. John, F.H.S., Gardener
to the Earl of Essex, at Cashiobury,
rator of the Botanic Garden, Chelsea,
Archibald, Mr. Joseph, C.M.H.S. of Dal-
Baines, E. M., Esq., Surgeon, Hendon, 273
Balfour, Mr. William, Gardener, Howick,
Bishop, Mr. David, New Scone, Perthsh.
Bowie, Mr. James, Botanical Collector at
Braddick, John, Esq. F. H.S. of Boughton
Buchan, Mr. William, F. H.S., Gardener
to Lord Bagot, Blithfield, near Litch-
Burges, Mr. James, Coffleet, Devonshire, 389
Burnard, J.P. Esq., Eden Grove, Holloway 141
Collyns, William, Esq. Kenton, Devon.,
Donald, Mr. R., of Woking Nursery, 268. 467
Duff, Mr., C.M.H.S., Eton Hall, 128. 151
Dunbar, Professor George, F.R.S. E., &c.
Dutton, Hely, Esq., Landscape Gardener,
Mount Bellew, Castle Blakeney, Ireland, 358
Forbes, Mr., Gardener to His Grace the
Duke of Bedford, at Woburn Abbey,
Fraser, Mr. J., Dartfield, Loughrea,
Fulton, Mr. George, Gardener to Lord
Northwick, Northwick Park, near More-
Hirst, Mr. William, Gardener to Joseph
Hosack, David, M.D. F.R.S. L.S. H.S.
&c. Professor of Medicine in the Uni-
versity of the State of New York, and
President of the New York Hort. Soc.
Huddlestone, T. C. Esq. F.H.S.
Gordon, James, Esq. Forcett, near Ho-
bart's Town, Van Diemen's Land,
Gorrie, Mr. Archibald, C.H.S. of Annat
Gray, Mr. Henry, Gardener, Camberwell,
Greig, John, Esq. Upper Paradise House,
Grierson, William, Esq. Secretary to the
Dumfries and Galloway Horticultural
Hall, William, Esq. of Wanbro, Edward's
Hamilton, William, Esq. M.D., Fareham
Saul, Mr. Matthias, of Lancaster, 152, 211. 267
Saunders, Mr. B., Nurseryman, Island of
Saunders, Mr. H., Gardener, Kitley, Devon. 265
Seymour, Mr. William, Gardener, Wed-
Shennan, Mr. William Johnston, Gar-
Simson, Mr. James, Gardener, Mussel-
Sinclair, Mr. George, F.L.S. H.S., Nur-
seryman, New Cross Nursery, 26. 112
Stevenson, William, Esq., of Beaufort
Stock, Daniel, Esq., Bungay, Suffolk,
Sweet, Mr. Robert, F. L.S., of Chelsea,
Thompson, Mr. J. Jun., Gardener, Wel-
Thomson, Anthony Todd, Esq., M. D.
Thomson, Mr. John, Land Surveyor,
Tredgold, T., Esq., Engineer, of London,- 37
W. R. G., West Riding, Yorkshire,
Willis, Mr. Richard, Gardener to John
Willmot, Mr. John, F.H.S., Nurseryman,
Harris, Esq. Radford, Plymstock, Devon. 471
Johnston, Mr. Andrew, Journeyman Gar-
dener, Shugborough Gard., Staffordsh., 407
Kitalewski, Professor W. P. A. M., War.
Reeve, Mr.James, Gardener to G.F. Evans,
Esq., and Lady Carberry, at Laxton
Rollison, Mess., Nurserymen, Tooting, 88. 366
On the present State of Gardening in Ireland,
with Hints for its future Improvement. By
Mr. James Fraser, Gardener, Author of a
Letter to the President and Vice President of
the Horticultural Society of Ireland
Upon the Method of setting the Fruit of the
Remarks on the Effect of the Lombardy Poplar
in Park Scenery. By Mr. John Thompson,
Land Surveyor and Pictorial Draughtsman 16
Observations on an Hypothesis concerning the
Effects of Green Vegetable Manure. By An-
thony Todd Thomson, M. D. F. L.S. &c. Au-
On the Life of a Jobbing Gardener. By Mr.
Archibald M'Naughton, New Ground Work-
On cultivating a Collection of Grasses in Plea-
sure Grounds or Flower Gardens. By Mr.
George Sinclair, F.L.S. H.S. &c. Author of
Of the best Mode of washing Water Cresses and
other Salads, so as to free them from the
Larvæ of Insects and Worms. By Mr. James
Simson, Gardener, Musselburgh, near Edin-
On the Cultivation of Hothouse bulbous-rooted
Plants. By Mr. Robert Sweet, F.L.S., Au-
thor of the Botanical Cultivator, Cistineæ,
Historical Notice of the Present de Malines
Pear. By John Braddick, Esq. F.H.S. of
On the Cultivation of the Grape known as
West's St. Peter, as practised at Spring Grove.
By Mr. Isaac Oldacre, F.H.S., Gardener to
On the Relations of Heat, Moisture, and Eva-
poration, in natural and artificial Atmo-
spheres. By Thomas Tredgold, Esq. Civil
On the Cultivation of Vines in the open Air in
Great Britain. By R. A. Salisbury, Esq.
On the Culture of the Huntingdon Willow, Salix
alba, as a Timber Tree. By Mr. Arch. Gor-
rie, C.H.S. &c. of Annat Garden, Perth-
On the Benefits to be derived by the Country
Labourer from a Garden, and the Means of
teaching him how to acquire those Benefits.
By William Stevenson, Esq. Author of the
Agricultural Surveys of Surrey and Dorset
Some Account of a Conservatory lately erected
at the Grange, the Seat of Alexander Baring,
Esq. M.P. Hampshire. By Mr. Peter M'Ar-
thur, F.H.S. Gardener there, with a prelimi-
nary Notice respecting the Architecture of
the Mansion, by an anon. Contributor 105
Remarks on Mr. Thompson's Observations on
the Effect of the Lombardy Poplar in Park
Scenery. By Richard Morris, Esq. F.LS.,
Surveyor and Landscape Gardener
Remarks on the Effects of the Cedar of Lebanon
in Landscape. By John Thompson, Esq.
Pictorial Draughtsman, and Student of Land-
On forcing Roses. By R. A. Salisbury, Esq.
History, Description, and Mode of Treatment
of Bishop's Early Dwarf Pea. By Mr. David
On a new Mode of training the Peach-tree, in
vented by Mr. Seymour, and communicated
by Mr. William Seymour, Gardener at Wed
dington, and Mr. Duff, Gardener to the Earl
A Catalogue of Erica, in the Collection of
George Dunbar, Esq. F.R.S. E. &c. Professor
of Greek in the University of Edinburgh.
On the evil Effects of a Head Gardener being
lodged any where else than in his Garden.
By a Common Sense reforming Gardener 135
Catalogue of the different Species of Palm culti-
vated in the Stoves of the Hackney Garden.
Communicated by Messrs. Loddiges
On a new Verge Cutter and Orange Tub, in-
vented by Mr. Charles Mac Intosh, Gardener
to Sir Thomas Baring, Bart., and also on a
new Mode of preserving Cauliflowers by the
same, in a Letter to Mr. Mackay, of the Bel-
On the Remuneration of Gardeners. By P.
Burnard, Esq. of Eden Grove, Holloway 141
On the Beurré Spence and other new Pears, and
on the Art of keeping Fruit. By W. Brad-
dick, Esq. F.H.S. of Boughton Mt. Kent 144
Remarks on the Constitution and Adminis-
tration of the London Horticultural Society.
On the Cultivation of Gourds and Pompions.
By Mr Henry Gray, Gardener, Camberwell.
On the Cultivation of the English and Ame-
rican Cranberry, and the Water Cress, at
Bretton Hall. By Mr. Christie Duff, late
Gardener there. Dated December 20. 1825, 151
On the Management of newly imported Orange
and Lemon Trees. By Mr. William Moore,
Gardener at East Ham, Surrey. Dated Ja-
An Account of an Experiment, which serves
to show that Hot-house Flues may draw
very well without terminating in an up-
right Shaft or Chimney. By Mr. Matthias
Saul, of Lancaster, Inventor of Saul's Fruit
Gatherer (Encyc. of Gard. § 1347.) and other
On the Winter Management of Bees, by a
Clergyman, in Morayshire. Communicated
by Miss Ann Dingwall. Dated Feb. 9. 153
Historical Notice of Two Varieties of the
Garden Pea. By Mr.T. H. Masters, Eden Nur-
sery, Stoke Newington. Dated Feb. 25. 153
On the Cultivation of Pear Trees for Perry.
By Rusticus, of Kent. Dated February 25.
Remarkable Specimens of Paonia Papaveracea,
Madras Citron, and Magnolia Conspicua, in
the Gardens of Wormleybury, in Hertford-
shire. Communicated by Sir AbrahamHume,
Bart. F.R.S. H.S. &c. the Proprietor. Dated
Sketches of the Botanical, Horticultural, and
Agricultural Circumstances of Spain. By Don
Mariano La Gasca, Professor of Botany in the
Notices of Three New Keeping Pears. By John
Dalhousie Castle and Gardens; the Botany of
the Neighbourhood, and various Remarks.
By Mr. Joseph Archibald, C.M. H.S., upwards
of Nineteen Years Gardener there Page 251
On Field Gardening, and on the Gardens of
Farm Servants in Scotland. By Verus, of
Some Account of the Kitley Shaddock. By
Mr. H. Saunders, Gardener to E. P. Bastard,
Esq. M. P., of Kitley, Devonshire
Description of a new Transplanting Instrument,
for removing Plants when in Flower. In-
vented by Mr. Matthias Saul, of Lancaster,
On a Mode of keeping Apples through the
Winter, as practised by Mr. Robert Donald,
Some Account of the Gardens, and State of
Gardening in Denmark. By Mr. Jens Peter-
sen, of Copenhagen, now studying the Art
and Practice of Gardening in England 269
On an anomalous Appearance in some Species
of Lilium. By E. M. Baines, Esq. Hendon 273
Observations on Reverse Grafting. By Mr.
William Balfour, Gardener to the Earl Grey,
On improving the Gardens of Cottages, as prac-
tised by the late Lord Cawdor, at Stackpole
Court, in Pembrokeshire. Communicated by
Mr. William Buchan, F.H.S., Gardener to
Lord Bagot, at Blithfield, near Litchfield, 275
On the Cultivation in the open Garden, and
Treatment in the Forcing-house, of the Straw-
berry, known as "Wilmot's Superb."
Mr. Isaac Oldacre, F.H.S., Gardener to the
On the Importance of Regularity and
tematic Conduct in practical Gardeners. By
G. R. Gardener, Champion Hill, Surrey 278
Design for improving the Parks, by extending
Kensington Gardens, and continuing the Ser-
pentine River into the Green Park, &c. By
John Thomson, Esq. Pictorial Draughtsman
and Student of Landscape Gardening 280
Hints for the better Cultivation of the Cape
Heaths, derived from Observation of their
Nature, Soils, and Situations. By Mr. James
Bowie, Botanical Collector at the Cape - 363
List of Cape Heaths which have been in Flower
in the Tooting Nursery in each Month of the
Year. Communicated by Messrs. Rollison,
On the present State of Gardening in Poland.
By W. P. A. M. Kitaiewski, Professor of Che-
mistry in the University of Warsaw
On a Disease which has attacked certain Elm
Trees in Camberwell Grove, Surrey. By a
Remarks, including the Results of some Expe-
riments, on budding the Peach and Nectarine
on Almond Stocks. By Mr. William Ander-
son, F.L.S. H.S. &c. Curator of the Botanic
The Botanical Magazine, or Flower Garden
displayed; in which the most ornamental
foreign Plants cultivated in the open Ground,
the Greenhouse and the Stove, are accurately
represented in their natural Colours, &c. By
Wm. Curtis. Continued by John Sims, M.D.
F.R.S. &c. 1787 to 1826. 53 vols. 8vo. Lon-
The Botanical Register, consisting of co-
loured Figures of exotic Plants, cultivated
in British Gardens; with their History and
Mode of Treatment. The Designs by Syden-
ham Edwards, F.L.S. 1815-1826. Vols. I.
to XI. 8vo. Ridgway, London 47. 162
The Botanical Cabinet, consisting of coloured
Delineations of Plants from all Countries,
On the Culture of the Cyclamen Persicum.
Mr. John Wilmot, F. H.S. Isleworth Page 386
Some Account of an Attempt to arrest the
Ravages of the Aphis lanigera, or American
Blight, on Fruit-trees. By T. C. Huddle-
Recipe for composing a Liquid for effectually
destroying Caterpillars, Ants, Worms, and
other Insects. By Mr. James Burges, Gar-
dener to the Rev. Richard Lane, of Coffleet,
A simple, effectual, and expeditious Mode of
destroying the Green Fly and other nsects.
By Mr. Thomas M'Laurin, Gardener, Bunny
Remarks on the Affairs of the London Horti-
cultural Society. By a Friend to Facts
Observations on the Article of "A Fellow of the
Society," relative to the Conduct and Admi-
nistration of the London Horticultural So.
ciety. By a Friend to Discussion
Hints on the Superiority of the Rheum Palma-
tum over the other Species of Rheum cul-
tivated for Culinary Purposes. By An-
thony T. Thompson, Esq. M.D. F.L.Š. H.S.
On the Treatment of Cactus speciosus specio-
sissimus, and other ornamental succulent
Plants. By Mr. W. J. Shennan, Gardener to
Major Morrison, at Gunnersbury Park - 398
On the Use and Abuse of watering Vegetables
in dry Seasons, and on the Advantages of
Shade to Culinary Crops in Times of great
Drought By Mr. George Fulton, Gardener
to Lord Northwick at Northwick Park,
On a Devonshire Practice in planting Vines,
and on the Use of Salt as a Manure for Ara-
ble Lands, and for renovating Grass Lawns.
By William Collyns, Esq. Surgeon, Kenton,
On the Culture of Nerium oleander splendens.
By Mr. James Reeve, Gardener to G. F.
Evans, Esq. and Lady Carberry, at Laxton
Hall, Wandsford, Northamptonshire, - 402
On the Cultivation in England of the Carolina
Wax Tree, with a View to its Produce in
Wax. By William Hamilton, Esq. M.D. 403
On the Culture of the early Potatoe, as prac
tised in Lancashire, and on the mode of cook-
ing the Potatoe there. By R. W.
Description of a Pine Pit, to be heated by
Steam, erected in Shugborough Gardens,
Staffordshire. By Mr. Andrew Johnston,
Remarks on the Treatment Under-Gardeners
receive from their Masters. By G. R. G.,
Reasons for not subscribing towards the Form-
ation or Support of the Garden of the Horti-
cultural Society of London, with some
Remarks on the Management of the Society
for Management, &c. &c. By Conrad Lod-
diges and Sons. 1817 to 1826. 10 vols. 4to.
Exotic Flora, containing Figures and De-
scriptions of new, rare, or otherwise interest-
ing exotic Plants, especially of such as are de-
serving of being cultivated in our Gardens,
&c. By W. J. Hooker, LL.D. F.R. A. and
L. S. &c. &c. 29 Parts. 8vo. 1823-1826. 2
Geraniacea, or Natural Order of Geraniums.
By Robert Sweet, F.L.S. 1820-1826. 6 vols.
The British Flower Garden. By Robert Sweet,
F.L.S. 1822-1826. 2 vols. 8vo. Simpkin and
Cistineæ. The Natural Order of Cistus or Rock
Rose. By Robert Sweet, F.L.S. 3 Nos. 8vo.
Flora Conspicua; a Selection of the most or-
namental, flowering, hardy, exotic, and
indigenous Trees, Shrubs, and herbaceous
Plants, for embellishing Flower Gardens and
Pleasure Grounds. By Richard Morris, F.L.S.
Drawn and engraved from living Specimens,
by Wm. Clark. 6 Nos So. 1825. Smith,
The Botanic Garden; or Magazine of hardy
Flower Plants cultivated in Great Britain,
each Number containing Four coloured Fi-
Transactions of the Horticultural Society of
Londen. Vol. V. Bulmer and Co. 1824
List of Works on Gardening, Agriculture, Bo-
tany, Domestic Economy, &c. published since
January 1824; including New Editions and
Systematic Botany.-Caroli Linnæi Systema
Vegetabilium, editio decima sexta, curante
Curtio Sprengel. Vols. 1. & 2. Gottinga,
The Scottish Cryptogamic Flora. By Robert
K. Greville, LL.D. &c. Maclachlan and
Stewart, Edinb.; and Baldwin, Cradock, and
Essay on the Beneficial Direction of Rural Ex-
penditure. By Robert Slaney, Esq. London,
Verhandlungen des Vereins zur Beforderung
des Gartenbaues, &c.; Transactions of the
Society for the Promotion of Gardening in
Prussia. Berlin, 1824. Parts 1. & 2. 4to.
Récit d'une Excursion Horticulturale faite à
Londres, dans le mois d'Avril, 1824. Par M.
Soulange-Bodin, Membre de la Société Lin-
néene de Paris, et de la Société d'Encourage-
ment pour l'Industrie Nationale, &c. &c.
(Extrait des Annales de l'Agriculture Fran-
çoise, 2de série, tome xxviii.)
Catalogue raisonné of Books published in Bri-
230. Books by Mr. Maund,
95. 228. 360. 472
Messrs. John and Arthur Arch, 474.
Messrs. J. and C. Rivington, 100.