A few minutes advice to gentlemen of landed property : and the admirers of forest scenery : with directions for sowing, raising, planting, and the management of forest trees : to which is added, a catalogue of forest trees, fruit trees, and flowering shrubs, with their usual prices, as sold by the nursery-men and seeds-men ...
- Chester : Printed by Broster & Son, for Crosby & Letterman, London, [1800?]
- Physical Description:
- xxv, 115, , 22 p. ; 22 cm.
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- Imprint date from British Museum Catalogue. Crosby & Letterman were only at the address shown 1799-1802; in addition, in this copy, one page is watermarked 1800.
The catalogue (p. -22 at end) appears to be related to those issued by the Telfords, the Perfects, or William Thompson of York, or Brunton and Forbes of Birmingham.--Cf. Henry, Blanche. British botanical and horticultural literature before 1800, London, 1975, v. 3; and Harvey, J.H. Early horticultural catalogues. [Bath] 1973.
- Subject Terms:
- Broster & Son -- Printer.Crosby & Letterman -- Publisher.Lawrence, Aubrey -- Autograph, 1967.Nursery stock -- Great Britain -- Catalogs.Owen, William -- Autograph.Tree planting -- Great Britain.Trees -- Great Britain.
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