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Richard Bradley

New improvements of planting and gardening, both philosophical and practical. In three parts. I. Containing, a new system of vegetation. Explaining the motion of the sap, and generation of plants. Of soils, and the improvement of forest-trees. With a new invention, whereby more designs of garden plats may be made in an hour, than can be found in all the books of gardening yet extant. II. The best manner of improving flower-gardens or parterres: of raising and propagating all sorts of flowers; and of the adorning of gardens. III. Of improving fruit-trees, kitchen-gardens, and green-house plants. With the gentleman and gardener’s kalendar. To which is added, that scarce and valuable tract, intitled, Herefordshire-orchards. The seventh edition, with an appendix, treating of several matters omitted in the former impressions. Illustrated with copper-plates. By Richard Bradley, late Professor of Botany in the University of Cambridge, and F. R. S.

London: Printed for A. Bettesworth and C. Hitch in Pater-noster-Row, J. and J. Pemberton in Fleetstreet, J. and P. Knapton in Ludgate-street, and D. Brown without Temple-Bar , 1739.
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New improvements of planting and gardening, both philosophical and practical. In three parts. I. Containing, a new system of vegetation. Explaining the motion of the sap, and generation of plants. Of soils, and the improvement of forest-trees. With a new invention, whereby more designs of garden plats may be made in an hour, than can be found in all the books of gardening yet extant. II. The best manner of improving flower-gardens or parterres: of raising and propagating all sorts of flowers; and of the adorning of gardens. III. Of improving fruit-trees, kitchen-gardens, and green-house plants. With the gentleman and gardener’s kalendar. To which is added, that scarce and valuable tract, intitled, Herefordshire-orchards. The seventh edition, with an appendix, treating of several matters omitted in the former impressions. Illustrated with copper-plates. By Richard Bradley, late Professor of Botany in the University of Cambridge, and F. R. S. Library Average
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Borrower Name Volume Date Out Date In Fine Transcribed
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Matthew M. Clarkson2/9/17912/25/1791Bradley on Gardening
John Ireland3/9/17914/1/179112pBradleys Gardening
Robert R. Randall5/23/17915/26/1791Bradley Gard 9
John Stevens, III1/31/17922/2/1792Bradley Gardening
John Parkinson6/28/18007/12/1800Bradley Gardening
James Boyd7/26/18008/7/1800Bradley on Gardening
Jacob W. Hallett12/31/18001/8/1800Bradley Garden
John Parkinson5/18/18016/13/1801Bradleys Gardening
John Van Der Bilt6/20/18017/10/1801Bradley Gardening
Joshua Watson8/2/18059/22/1805Braddleys Grardening
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