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ALMONDS
1 Cabbages

- 533
Propagation of
2 Capsicums

534
Cultivation of
2 Caraway

534
American Cress
543 Cardoons

534
Angelica
521 Carrots

537
Ants, to destroy
517 Cauliflower

538
Aphis lanigera 509. 511.515 Celeriac

538
Apples
3 Celery

. 538
A selection of, for a small Chamomile

540
garden
113 Cherries

141
Propagation of
116 A selection of

155
Pruning and Training of 117 Propagation of

156
Index to sorts

123 Pruning and Training of 156
To keep
518 Index to sorts

159
Apricots
128 Chervil

540
A selection of
136 Chicorée

546
Propagation of
137 Chives

541
Pruning and Training of 138 Chou de Milan

530. 585
Index to sorts
140 Clary

541
Artichokes

522 Classification of Peaches
Asparagus
522 and Nectarines

306
Coriander

542
Balm
526 Corn Salad

542
Basil
526 Couve Tronchuda

530
Beans
527 Cress

543
Beets
527 Cucumbers

544
Betterave

528
Curlies

585
Belleisle Cress

543
Currants

160
Borage
529 · Propagation of

161
Borecole and Sprouts 529. 585 Cultivation of

186
Broccoli

531
Brussels Sprouts
530. 585 Endives

545
Burnet

532

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Parsley

564
Parsnips

565
Peaches

243
selection of

278
Propagation of

299
Pruning and Training of 301
Index to sorts

279
Classification of

306
Pears

333
A selection of

417
Propagation of

419
Pruning and Training of 420
Index to sorts

425
To grow large

396
To prolong the keep-
ing of

356
Peas

566

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Fennel

547
Figs

162
A selection of

169
Propagation of

169
Pruning and Training of 170
Index to sorts

173
Finochio

547
Forsyth's Composition - 507

Garlic
Gooseberries

A selection of
Propagation of

Cultivation of
Gourds
Grapes

A selection of
Index to sorts
To keep

547
173
182
185
186
548
190
218
227
519

Horse Radish
Hyssop

549
550

Indian Cress
Jerusalem Artichokes

560
550

Kale, of sorts 529, 530. 585
Kidney Beans

551
Roots of Scarlet Runners,

to preserve 589. 594
Kohl Rabi

530.585

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Lamb's Lettuce
Lavender
Leeks
Lettuces
Love Apples

542
552
552
553
555

Mangel Wurzel
Marjoram
Marygold
Medlars

Propagation of
Management of

528
556
557
230
231
231

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Pennyroyal
568 Savory

575
Pines

430
Savoys

576. 585
A selection of
438 Scarole

546
Propagation of
438 Scorzonera

576
Cultivation of
438 Scurvy Grass

- 576
Index to sorts
440 Sea Kale

577
Plums
441 Shallots

578
A selection of
470 Skirret

579
Propagation of
471 Sorrel

579
Pruning and Training of 472 Spinach

581
Index to sorts
474 Strawberries

481
517 A selection of

498
Poirée à Cardes
. 528 Cultivation of

499
Potatoes
. 568 Forcing of

502
Potiron Jaune

548
Index to sorts

504
Purslane

569 Style and Calendar altered 331

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Quinces
476 Tansy

582
Propagation of
477 Tarragon

582
Cultivation of
477 Tetragonia expansa

582
Absurd idea concern-

Thousand-headed Cabbage 585
ing
230 Thyme

583
Tomato

555
Radishes

570 Tuck system of Training,
Ragged Jack

585 to be deprecated 303
Rampion
571 Turnips

584
Rape

572
Raspberries
478 Vegetable Marrow

548
A selection of

478 Vines, Propagation of 219
Cultivation of

479 Pruning and Training of 222
Rhubarb

572
Rocambole

574 Wash for Fruit Trees 509
Rosemary
574 Wasps, to destroy

516
Rue
574 White Mealy Insect 509. 511.

515
Sage
574 Winter Cress

543
Salsafy
575 Winter Greens

585

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February 1843.

A Catalogue of New Works and New Editions,

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CLASSIFIED INDEX.
AGRICULTURE AND RURAL

Pages
AFFAIRS. Pages Maunder's Treasury of History 20 Addison's History of the Knights
Bayldon On valuing Rents, &c. 3

Biographical Treasury - 21

Templars

3
Crocker's Land-Surveying

Universal Class-Book - 21 Bell's History of Russia
7
Parkes's Domestic Duties

24 Blair's Chron. and Histor. Tables .
Davy's Agricultural Chemistry 7
Greenwood's Col.) Tree-Lifter

Bloomfield's Edition of Thucydides
10

Pyeroft's (Rev.J.) Course of En.
glish Reading

21

Translation of do
Hannamn on Waste Manures

10
Johnson's Farmer's Encyclopaedia 14

Riddle's Latin and English Dic- Cooley's History of Maritime and
tionaries

24

Inland Discovery
Loucou's Encyclopaedia of Agri-

17

Short Whist
culture

27 Crowe's History of France
Thomson's Domestic Management

Dahlmann's English Revolution
Self-Instruction for Far.

30
of the Sich Room

Dunham's History of Spain and
mers, &c

17
Interest Tables -

30
Portugal

8
(Mrs.) Lady's Country Tomlins's Law Dietionary

30
Companion

History of Europe dur-
17
Low's Elements of Agriculture

ing the Middle Ages
Webster's Encyclopædia of Domes.

8
18

32
tic Economy
Breeds of the Doinesticated

Hist. of the German Emp. 8
Animals of Great Britain - 18 BOTANY AND GARDENING

History of Denmark,

8
On Landed Property

Sweden, and Norway
13
IN CENERAL.

History of Poland

8
Whitley's Agricultural Geology 32

Callcott's Scripture Herbal -

6 Dunlop's History of Fiction - $
ARTS, MANUFACTURES,

Conversiitions on Botany

7 Fergus's History of United States 9
AND ARCHITECTURE.

Drummond's First Steps to Botany 8 Grant's (Mrs.) Memoir and Corre-
Glendinning On the Culture of the spondence

9
Brande's Dictionary of Science, Pine Apple

9 Gratlan's History of Netherlands :

9
iterature, and Art

5
Greenwood's (Col.) Tree-Lifter 10 Hiusted's Life of Richard III.

10
Budge's Miner's Guide
5 Heuslow's Botany

11 Horsley's Bp.) Biblical Criticism - 12
Gwilt's Encyclopædia of Architec- Hoare On Cultivation of the Grape Jeffrey's (Francis) Contributions to
ture

10
Vine on Open Walls 11 The Edinburgh Review

14
Haydon's Lectures on Painting and

On the Management of the

Keightley's Outlines of History 15
11
Roots or Vines -
11 Laing's Kings of Norway

13
Loudon's Encyclopædia of Cottage.

Hooker's British Flora

12 Macaulay's Essays contributed to
Farm, and Villa Architecture and

Icones llantarum

12
The Edinburgh Review

IS
Furniture

17
and Taylor's Muscologia

Mackintosh's Miscellaneous Work18
Porter's Manufacture of silk.

Britannica

12 M'Culloch's Dictionary, Historical,
Porcelain & Glass 23 Jackson's Pictorial Flora

Geographical, and Statistical 18
Reid (Dr.) On Warming and Pen- Knapp's Gramina Britannica 15 Mackintosh's History of England 18
tilating

24

Lindley's Theory of Horticulture - 16 Maunder'Tresury of llistory 20
Savage's Dictionary of Printing 26
Outline of the First Prin- Moore's History of Ireland

21
Steam Engine (The), by the Artisan
ciples of llorticulture - 16 Müller's Mythology

23
Club

28
Guide to the Orchard and

Nicolas Chronology of History 22
Ure's Dictionary of Arts, Manufac.

Kitchen Garden - 16 Ranke'si'istory of the Reformation 21
tures, and Mines

31

Introduction to Botany 16 Roberts'. Duke of Monmouth 23
On Recent Improvements in

Flora Medica .
16 Rome, History of -

25
Arts,&c.

31

Synopsis of British Flora 16
Wathen's Egypt. Arts & Antiquities 31

Russell's Correspondence of the
Loudon's Hortus Britannicus 17 Fourth Duke of Bedford

Lirnexis Londinensis 18
BIOCRAPHY.

Scott's History of Scotland

26
Self-Instruction for Gar- Sismondi's History of the Fall of
Aikin's Life of Addison -

3
deners, &c. .

17

Roman Empire 27
Bell's Lives of the most eminent

Encyclopedia of Trees

Italian Republics 27
British Ports

and Shrubs - 17 Stebbing's History ofthe Church - 28
Biographical Dictionary of the So-

Garlening 17

History of Reformation 23
ciety for the Dilusion of Useful

Plants 17 Switzerland, History of -

29
Krowledge -
Suburban Garden and Sylney Smith's Works .

. 27
Dover's Life of the King of Prussia 8

Villa Companion

18 Thirlwall's History of Greece 30
Dunham's Lives of the Early Wri-
Cemeteries and Church. Tooke's History of Price

30
ters of Great Britain . 8
yards

18 Turner's History of England
Lives of the British

Repton's Landscape Gardening and Wright's Hist. of Society in England 32
Drumatista -

8
Landscape Architecture

24
Forster's Statesmen of the Com-
Rivers', Rose Amateur's Guide 24

JUVENILE BOOKS,
monwealth of England

9
Roberts On the Vine

21 INCLUDING MRS. MARCET'S WORXS.
Gleig's Lives of the most Eminent
Rogers's Vegetable Cultivator 25 Boy's own Book (The) -

5
British Military Commanders 9

Smith's Introduction to Botas y 27 Haives's Tales of the North Ameri.
Grant's (Mrs.) Memoir and Corre-

English Flora -
27 can Indians -

11
spondence -

9

Compendium of English Howitt's (Wm.) Jack of the Mill 13
Hunter's Life of Oliver Heywood 14

Flora

27

Boy's Country Book 13
James's Life of the Black Prince

Ditto in Latin

26 Howitt's (Mary) Child's Picture
Lives of the most Eminent

and Ferne Book - 12
Foreign Statesmen

CHRONOLOGY.
14

Ladies' (the Young) Bouk

32
Mackintosh's Life of Sir Thomas Blair's Chronological Tables

4

Marcet's Conversations --
More
18 Calendar (Illuminated) and Diary

On the History of England 20
Maunder's Biographical Treasury 21 for 145

On Chemistry

19
Roberts's Duke of Monmouth 25 Nicolas's Chronology of History 22

On Natural Philosophy

19
Roscoe's Lives of British Lawyers. 25 Riddle's Ecclesiastical Chronology 24 On Political Economy

19
Russell's Correspondence of the Tate's Horatius Restitutus

29

On Vegetable Physiology 19
Fourth Duke of Bedford
Wathen's Chronology of Anc. Egypt 31 On Land and Water

20
Shelley's Lives of the most eminent

20

The Game ot Grammar
Literary Men of Italy,
COMMERCE AND MERCAN-

Mary's Grammar -

20
Spain, and Portugal 26

TILE AFFAIRS.

Lessons on Animals, &c. 20
Lives of the most eminent Kane's (Dr.) Industrial Resources

Conversations on Language 20
French Writers
of Ireland
14 Marryat's Masterman Ready-

20
Smith's Memoirs of the Marquis De Lorimer's Letters to a Young

Settlers in Canada

20
Pombal

27
Master Mariner

17 Maunder's Universal Class-Book 21
Southey'. Lives of the Admirals 27 M'Culloch's Dictionary of Com- Pycroft's (Rev. J.) English Reading 23
Tate's Horatius Restitutus

29 merce and Commer. Navigation . 19 Summetly's (Mrs. Felix) Mother's
Spackman's Statistical Tables . 27 Primer

28
BOOKS OF GENERAL
Steel's Shipmaster's Assistant 29 Uncle Peter's Fairy Tales

31
UTILITY.
Acton's Cookery

3
CEOGRAPHY & ATLASES.

MEDICINE.

8
Black's Treatise on Brewing
Butler's Sketch of Ancient and Bull's Hints to Mothers -

6
Collegian's Guide (The)

6
Modern Geography 6

Management of Children

7
Donovan's Domestic Economy 8

Atlas of Modern Geography 6 Copland's Dictionary of Medicine
Hints on Etiquette

11
Ancient do. -
6

8

Elliot son's Human Physiology
Life

11
De Strzelecki's New South Wales - 8 Holland's Medical Notes

il
Hudson's Parent's Hand-book 13 Finch's Nat. Boundaries of Empires 9 Lefevre's (Sir George) Apology for
Executor's Guide
13 Hall's New General Atlas
10

16

the Nerves.
on Making Wills
13 M'Culloch's Geographical Dictionary 18 Macleod On Rheumatisin

18
Lorimer's Letters to a Young Malte-Brun's Geography

19 Marx and Willis (Drs.) on Disease 20
Master Mariner
Murray's Encyclop. of Geography - 22 Pereira On Food and Diet

23
Loudon's Sell Instruction
17

Reece's Medical Guide -
Maunder's Treasury of Knowledge 20

HISTORY & CRITICISM.

Sandby On Mesmerism

28
Maunder's Scientific and Literary Adair's (Sir R.) Memoir of his Mis- Wigani (Dr.) On the Duality of the
Treasury
21 sion to Vienna
8 Mind

32

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