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John Hill

Eden: or, a compleat body of gardening. Containing plain and familiar directions for raising the several useful products of a garden, fruits, roots, and herbage; from the practice of the most successful gardeners, and the result of a long experience. Together with the culture of all kinds of flowers, according to the methods of the English, French, and Dutch florists. And the knowledge of curious plants, after the system of Linnaeus. With figures and descriptions of the flowers and plants proper for a garden, including the care and culture of the pleasure-garden. … Compiled and digested from the papers of the late celebrated Mr. Hale, by the authors of the compleat body of husbandry. And comprehending the art of constructing a garden for use and pleasure; the best methods of keeping it in order: and the most perfect accounts of its several products.

London: Printed for T. Osborne, in Gray’s Inn; T. Trye, near Gray’s Inn Gate, Holborn; S. Crowder and Co. on London Bridge; and H. Woodgate, at the Golden Ball in Pater-Noster-Row , 1757.
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Eden: or, a compleat body of gardening. Containing plain and familiar directions for raising the several useful products of a garden, fruits, roots, and herbage; from the practice of the most successful gardeners, and the result of a long experience. Together with the culture of all kinds of flowers, according to the methods of the English, French, and Dutch florists. And the knowledge of curious plants, after the system of Linnaeus. With figures and descriptions of the flowers and plants proper for a garden, including the care and culture of the pleasure-garden. … Compiled and digested from the papers of the late celebrated Mr. Hale, by the authors of the compleat body of husbandry. And comprehending the art of constructing a garden for use and pleasure; the best methods of keeping it in order: and the most perfect accounts of its several products. Library Average
Circulation records from 1793-1799 are lost.
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William Rhinelander8/5/17909/30/1790Hill on gardening
Samuel Nicholl1/23/17911/26/1791Hills H
Edward William Laight3/21/17914/2/1791Hills Gardening
William Prince1/18/17922/29/1792Hills Gardening
Catharine Smith3/20/17924/16/1792Hills Gardenry
Arthur Noble9/7/179911/9/1799Hills Gardening
Arthur Noble1/21/18002/7/1800Hills Gardening
Arthur Noble2/7/18002/28/1800"
Arthur Noble3/18/18004/12/1800"
Abraham Legget4/25/18005/6/1800Hills Gardening
George Warner5/20/18006/30/1800Hills Gardening
William Prince Jr.12/2/18002/26/18018dHill's Gardening
George Warner3/16/18014/15/1801Hills Gardening
George Warner4/15/18015/29/1801"
George Warner5/29/18017/17/18012/4"
John Van Der Bilt8/12/18019/21/1801Hills Gardening
Arthur Noble11/7/18011/8/1802Hills Gardening
Arthur Noble3/24/18025/13/1802Hills Gardening
Arthur Noble5/13/18025/22/1802"
George Warner8/18/180210/16/1802Hill Gardening
George Warner5/9/18036/24/18031/2Hills Gardening
George Warner6/24/18037/25/1803"
George Warner7/25/18037/27/1803"
Arthur Noble6/11/18047/27/18041/4Hill's Gardening
Arthur Noble7/27/18049/10/1804"
Arthur Noble9/10/180411/6/1804"
Arthur Noble11/6/180412/7/1804"
Arthur Noble12/7/180412/31/1804"
John G. Coster3/15/18053/21/1805Hills Gardening
George Warner11/29/1805Hills Gardening
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