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THEORY AND PRACTICE OF
AN ATTEMPT TO EXPLAIN THE CHIEF OPERATIONS OF
BEING THE SECOND EDITION OF THE
THEORY OF HORTICULTURE,
BY JOHN LINDLEY, PH.D. F.R.S.
Corresponding Member of the Institute,
Vice-Secretary of the Horticultural Society, Professor of Botany in University College, London,
&c. &c. &c.
"Though I am very sensible that it is from long experience chiefly that we are to expect
LONGMAN, BROWN, GREEN, AND LONGMANS.
RIGHT HONOURABLE THOMAS FRANCIS KENNEDY.
Lately one of Her Majesty's Commissioners of Woods, Forests, and Land Revenues,
Who Endeavoured to Reform
A PUBLIC DEPARTMENT
IN WHICH UNSKILFUL MANAGEMENT HAS BEEN MOST DISASTROUS,
OF A WORK ON THE PRINCIPLES OF CULTIVATION,
AS A MARK OF RESPECT FOR HIGH OFFICIAL CHARACTER AND ILL-REQUITED PUBLIC SERVICES,
BY HIS FAITHFUL SERVANT,