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The compleat gard’ner; or, Directions for cultivating and right ordering of fruit-gardens and kitchen-gardens; with divers reflections on several parts of husbandry. In six books. By the famous Monsr. De La Quintinye, chief director of all the gardens of the French-King. To which is added his Treatise of orange-trees, with the raising of melons, omitted in the French editions. Made English by John Evelyn Esquire, illustrated with copper plates.
London: Printed for Matthew Gillyflower, at the Spread Eagle in Westminster-Hall, and James Partridge, at the Posthouse at Charing-Cross , 1693.
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|Borrower Name||Volume||Date Out||Date In||Fine||Transcribed
|George Warren Chapman||3/10/1799||4/23/1799||Complete Gardener|
|Arthur Laughorne||11/12/1799||1/16/1800||Complete Gardener|
|William Prince Jr.||11/12/1799||11/12/1799||Complee Gardener|
|James Cockroft||7/10/1800||7/18/1800||Complete Gardener|
|Thomas Burling||1/6/1801||1/30/1801||Complete Gardiner|
|John Van Der Bilt||4/10/1801||5/18/1801||Complete Gard|
|John Lylburn||5/6/1802||5/7/1802||Complete Gardner|
|Arthur Noble||5/22/1802||7/2/1802||Complete Gard|