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Drummond's Letter to Thomas Phillips, Esq. Traité de la Composition et de l'Ornement
The British Almanack of the Society for the Flower Bulbs, for 1840
Catalogue des Plants du Jardin de M. De
The Companion to the Almanack; or Year-
Lhotsky's 'Journey from Sydney to the
Mrs. Loudon's Magazine of Gardening - 607 Report of the Society for obtaining free Ad-
Mrs. Loudon's Gardening for Ladies
267 mission to the National Monuments
Mrs. Loudon's Companion to the Ladies' Notice Biographique sur J. B. Huzard
- 267 | Bibliothèque Huzard
Beaton, 268 ; Imported Orange Trees, G. M.
Elliot, 268 ; Citrus nobilis, W. Brown, 224. ;
General Subject -Historical,
The Penny Post, The Leaves of Orange Trees, 224 ; Beaumontia
as a Gardening Measure, 96; Seeds received grandifidra, D. Beaton, 419; Musa supérba
from Friends, A. G., 220 ; Seeds sent by Post, Rox., 608; Preserving Dahlia Roots, T. Taylor,
268; Botanical and Horticultural Works, 224 ; New Fuchsias, 609; Salvia påtens, John
Amicus, 268; The most curious Gardens in Duncan, 224 ; A'rabis purpurea, 224.
Europe, especially in Britain, about the Year Horticulture. — The Pommerail Pine-apple, w.
1730, 223 ; Nurserymen's Catalogues, 97 ; The Gordon, 609; The Swainston Seedling Straw-
late Mr. Roscoe originally a Gardener, 219; berry, 609 ; Myatt's Pine Strawberry, 302;
The skilled Gardener, 669; Rural Enjoyment, The Peach and the Nectarine the same species,
218 ; Clegg and Samuda's Atmospheric Rail- T. C. Brown, 36; Superiority of Mr. Hoare's
System of Pruning the Vine, T. C. Brown, 36;
Scientific. Soil and Vegetation supplied by Mushrooms growing in the same Soil with
Nature with Sea Salt, Thomas C. Brown, Truffles, 420.
217 ; Influence of various Circumstances in the Agriculture. - Farms, 564 ; A Hand-Plough for
Growth of Plants in modifying their Physio- stirring the Soil between Carrots, 302, New
logical Action, 417; Excrementitious Exuda. Kinds of Wheat, John Clarke, 38; The Rohan
tions of the Roots of Plants, R. Lymburn, 218; Potato, 98; Madia sativa, W.T., 38; The
Aiding the Germination of Seeds by Quick- Bokhara Clover, 666; Sida Abutilon L., W.T.,
lime, R. Lymburn, 218; Preservation of Grain 38.
or Seeds, 669; Mudie's Views of the Adapta. Domestic Economy. - Steele's improved Kitchen.
tions of Nature in the Vegetable Kingdom, Range, 513; Three new improved Kitchen-
J. M., 220; New or concentrated Manures, Ranges, W. Wilds, 39; Kirkwood's Stove,
John Spencer, 358; Effect of Light which has William Kirkwood, 39; White's Patent Stoves,
passed through coloured Glass on Plants, J. J. M‘Nab, 40 ; A Carriage Talking-Tube, 41
B. W., 301; The Effect of Light passing A Device for serving the Bees of any Hive with
through coloured Glass on Plants, John Spen. Food when they need it, J. D., 36; Pumpkin
cer, 419; Experiments with a Liquid obtained Sugar, 670.
from Bones, R. Glendinning, 607; Supplying Education. - Bury St. Edmunds Botanical Li-
packed Plants with Water during long Voy- brary, H. r., 43; The Hampstead public Li-
ages, 609; Burning Gas for warming Rooms brary, 223 ; Cheap circulating Libraries, 222 ;
or Greenhouses, 220 ; Temperature, 300; Tem. Degradation, as an Element of Punishment,
perature of Plants, 418 ; To destroy Worms, 41.
A Subscriber, 37; Sunk Waterholders, Samuel
Taylor, 302 ; Calcareous Concretions on the
Bottoms of Steam Boilers, &c., 97; Wooden
Pavement for Streets, 564; Radiation from
Garden of Baron Zanoli, Giuseppe Manetti, 98 ;
Landscape-Gardening and Garden-Architecture. Villa Mallerio at Gernetto, 304 ; Villa Silva at
-Glazing with Lead instead of Putty, Amicus, Cinisello, 305; Communications from Monza,
358 ; Preserving Wood, 302; Dry Rot, 609.
Arboriculture, The Oak, 219; The Mistletoe, The Grecian Cottage of the present Day, 503 ; A
Classical Lease, 226; A Group of Grecian
Plants, 303; Mode of selling Trees in Greece,
225 ; The Corn-Drag of Greece, 226.
and Hort. Brit., speciosissimum Paxt., D. Moscow, 565; New Ribes, F. E.'Wagner, 99.
East Lothian, 567; The Ligneous Flora of the
Shetland Islands, 102 ; Queen Mary's Tree,
362; A Weeping common Oak, Patrick Ro-
Great Price for a Plant of Morus multicaulis,
226; The largest Purple Beech and Cedar of Belfast Botanical Society, 363; The Belfast Bo-
tanic Garden, 567 ; Natioual Education in Ire-
Gardening at Sydney, John Thompson, 42. Erratum, 272; Mr. Main's Theory of Vegetable
Developement, R. Lymburn, 325; Mr. Main's
General Subject.- Effects of the Winter of Changes in Plants by being_grown in Cli-
1837-8, 667 ; Opening Public Gardens and Mu- mates not natural to them, D. Beaton, 326 ;
Anomalous Productions of Hybrids, Surrey.
Hot-houses, 375; Bartram's Botanic Garden,
J. M., 180; New Plants raised in the Birming-
ham Botanic Garden, David Caineron, 102;
House Servants of a Family, W, B., 180; Mr.
Penn's Mode of Ventilating, &c., D. Beaton,
Public Park at Liverpool, 566; The Leeds and Ventilating, J. R., 272; Mr. Penn's Mode of
Pipes higher than the Boiler, J. Ř., 322 ; Mr,
Rogers's Bojler, and Mr. Beaton's Remarks,
519'; Proportion of Hot-Water Pipe required
for heating, Alexander Forsyth, 103 ; The
Arboriculture. - Specimens of Trees and Shrubs Joyce's Stove, D. Beaton, 276; Glazing with
Lead Lap instead of Putty, Veritas, 424 ; Sir
Trees and Shrubs in Croome Park, W. Clarke,
230; The Plates to Prince Puckler Muskau's
Hints on Landscape. Gardening, John Adey
Repton, 615; An Aitempt to build in Lincoln's
Inn Fields, J. Main, 518; Paring the Verges of
Rustic Architecture, reviewed, S. J. Ricauti,
519; Large Trees, 181; Pinus Pinsàpo and P.
cephaldnica, D. B., 277; Pinsàpo, Vilmorin,
568; Pópulus græ'ca, J. Mease, 231 ; L'Imus
Lymburn, 104 ; Mr. Rivers's Roses, 47; Graft.
ing the Orange on the Pomegranate, J. M.,
180; Inaccuracies in the Names of Fruit Trees,
&c., E. B., 278; The Black Eagle Cherry,
Cherries,' T. R., 375; The Van Mons Leon
Agriculture. - Pearson's Draining Plough, hoe, 48; Naked Barley, 672 ; Yellow Clover
and Black Nonsuch, 278; The Calling of the
Queen Bee, W. Dunbar, 181; Habits of the
Jackdaw, John Wighton, 275 ; Braithwaite's
Kitchen-Range, G. M. Braithwaite, 231.
Mr. Main's Remarks on a Review of some of his
Works which appeared in the “ Athenæum,"
Kenbury, 312; The Rot in Sheep, J. D. C.
Regulations for the internal Administration of
Education. - State of Knowledge of the Mid-
the Garden of the Hort. Soc. of London, 318.
dling Classes, in a Village in Suffolk, J., 174.
The Royal Butanic Garden at Kew, 183. 239. 590.
Botanical Garden (Kew). Copy of the Report
made to the Committee appointed by the Lords
of the Treasury in January, 1838, 365.
Improvements at the Earl of Stair's, Wigtonshire, The West London Gardeners' Association for
567; Improvements at Thirlestaine Castle, mutual Instruction, 175. 177. 313. 371. 420. 611.
Royal Caledonian Horticultural Society, P. N.
System of cultivating Frame Potatoes, T. R.,
Plants at the Derby Arboretum 523 1922. Plans and Sections of Hot-houses, il-
- 572 29, 30. Plan and Section of a Forcing Pit,
Walks on a Lawn
- 587 41. Section of a Hot-house illustrative of Mr.
Conservative Wall at Chatsworth 573, 574
of covering with a Thatched Root . 578
PLANS OF GARDENS AND COUNTRY
15-18. Details of a Glass Case for growing
18–10. Plan of the Grounds at Fortis Green,
the Villa of W. A. Nesfield, Esq. 50-52
12. Ground Plan of the House and Gardens
at Fortis Green
42. Trough for supplying Atmospheric Mois-
Ground at the Derby Arboretum
39. View of Isola Bella
49. Pinus Pináster Lemonidnus
S94 57-60. Views of the Lodges and Entrances
LIST OF NEW AND RARE PLANTS
FIGURED IN THE BOTANICAL PERIODICALS FOR THE YEAR 1840.
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