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CATALOGUE 

of thelAB'RA'RY of the 

MASSACHUSETTS HORTICULTURAL 
SOCIETY 



IN TWO PARTS 

1918-1920 



CATALOGUE 

of the lA^RARY ofthe 

MASSACHUSETTS HORTICULTURAL 

SOCIETY 




Part I 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF AUTHORS AND TITLES 



CAMBRIDGE 

PRINTED AT THE UNIVERSITY PRESS 

1918 



CONTENTS 

PART I 

PAGE 

PSEFACB V 

Explanation of Abbreviations and Signs vii 

Author Catalogue 1 

Additions 353 

Further Additions 364 



PREFACE 

npHE Massachusetts Horticultural Society was founded and incorporated a. d. 1829. From 
the beginning the importance of a collection of books and periodicals on subjects of horti- 
cultural interest was recognized and on April 7, 1829, a Committee on the Library was appointed 
' ' to have charge of all books, drawings, and engravings, and to recommend from time to time such 
as it may be deemed expedient to procure." 

This committee consisted of H. A. S. Dearborn, the first President of the Society, John C. Gray, 
Jacob Bigelow, T. W. Harris, and E. Hersey Derby. Subsequent committees have been continued 
without interruption to the present time, and through their labors and the fostering care of the 
Society a collection of books on horticulture has been made which is believed to be the oldest, 
most complete, and best organized strictly horticultural library in the world. 

In addition to the liberal appropriations from the funds of the Society the interest in the library 
by the members has been shown by the following donations and bequests for its increase and 
maintenance : 

In 1869 Josiah Stickney, President of the Society in 1858, established a fund of $12,000, the 
income of which for thirty years was to be expended for the purchase of books on botany, horti- 
culture, landscape gardening, and other kindred subjects. Through the income of this fund the 
Society was enabled to add to the library important and valuable publications among which may 
be mentioned the following titles : Flora Danica; Sibthorp's Flora Graeca; Curtis's Flora Londi- 
nensis; Flore Portugaise, by Hoffmansegg and Link; Flora Brasiliensis, by Von Martins and others; 
Karsten's Florae Columbiae; De Tussac's Flore des Antilles; Roxburgh's Plants of the Coast of 
Coromandel; Blanco's Flora de Filipinas; The Herefordshire Pomona, by Robert Hogg and H. G. 
Bull; Gallesio's Pomona I taliana; Yon Martius's Historia Naturalis Palmarum; Bateman's Afono- 
graph of Odontoglossum; and Miss Woolward's Genus Masdevallia. 

In 1900 the bequest of John S. Farlow of $2500 was received the income of which has been 
devoted annually to the purchase of books in accordance with the provisions of Mr. Farlow's will. 

In 1901 by the will of John D. Williams French a fund of $5000 was bequeathed to the 
Society the income of which is used for the purchase of books for the library. 

The first catalogue of the library was printed in the New England Farmer of August 10, 1831, 
and enumerated 190 volumes. Later lists of books were published from time to time in the Trans- 
actions of the 'Society until 1854, when a catalogue was issued in a small pamphlet containing 
the titles of 414 volumes. Another was published in 1867 enumerating the titles of 1290 volumes, 
and in 1873 a complete catalogue was printed occupying 155 octavo pages. No complete catalogue 
has been printed since the latter date, although for many years it was customary to publish the 
accessions in the annual reports of the Committee on the Library. The present catalogue enum- 
erates approximately 22,000 volumes, including pamphlets, which now being bound in covers are 
counted as volumes. 

In addition to the books the library has accumulated a collection of nurserymen's and seeds- 
men's trade catalogues of many countries numbering 11,000 items and dating back to 1776. This 



VI PREFACE 

collection is proving of historical value, especially in the determination of the origin and date of 
introduction of many of our popular garden plants, fruits, and vegetables. 

The present catalogue is arranged in two parts. The first part contains an alphabetical list of 
authors and titles, while the second part includes a classified arrangement of the same material 
under subject headings. 

The preparation of this catalogue is mainly the work of Miss Mary Crane Hewett, the Assistant 
Librarian, whose thorough knowledge of the library for many years has rendered her especially 
fitted for the task. 

William Penn Rich Charles Spbagub Sargent 

Librarian. Ernest Blaney Dane 

Mary Crane Hewett Nathaniel Thayer Kidder 
Assistant Ldbrarian. Committee on the Library. 



Boston, December, 1918. 



EXPLANATION OF ABBREVIATIONS AND SIGNS 

V. volume, volumes. 
no. number, numbers, 
pt. part, parts, 
il. illustrations in text. 
pi. plates. (In the case of a single plate the whole word 

is used.) 
col. colored, 
n. p. no place. 
n. d. no date. 

at the beginning of a line signifies the repetition of 

the name of an author, or the repetition of the first phrase 
in an entry without the name of an author. 

signifies the repetition of the name of the 



author and the title, or the repetition of the first two 
phrases in an entry without the name of an author. 

-» after the date signifies the addition of succeeding vol- 
umes or numbers. 

[ ] encloses words or dates supplied. 

. . . shows the omission of a word or words from the title. 



CATALOGUE OF THE LIBRARY 



OF THE 



MASSACHUSETTS HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY 

A 



Aaronsohn, Aaron. Agricultural and botanical explorations 
in Palestine. 8°. pp. 64. il. pi. 9. Washington, 1910. 
(United States. Department of agriculture. Bureau of 
plant industry. Bulletin no. 180.) 

Abbott, John B. See Boyle, J. G., and Abbott, J. B. To- 
mato investigations. 

Abercrombie, John. Abercrombie's practical gardener, or 
improved system of modem horticulture; adapted either to 
small or large gardens. Designed to assist those gentlemen 
who manage their own gardens, and as a manual for profes- 
sional horticulturists. Revised, with additions and the 
latest improvements, by James Mean. Ed. 3. 12°. pp. 
[6], 548, [23]. London, 1823. 

The British fruit-gardener and art of pruning; com- 
prising the most approved methods of planting and raising 
every useful fruit tree and fruit-bearing shrub, whether for 
walls, espaliers, standards, half-standards, or dwarfs; the 
true successful practice of pruning, training, grafting, bud- 
ding, &c. so as to render them abundantly fruitful; and full 
directions concerning soils, situations, and exposures. 12° 
pp. iv, [2], 346. London, 1779. 

The complete forcing-gardener; or. The practice of 



Lichenographiae suecicae prodromus. 8°. pp. xxiv, 

264. col. pi. 2. Lincopiae, 1798. 

Methodus qua omnes detectos lichenes secundum 



forcing fruits, flowers, and vegetables to early maturity and 
perfection by the aid of artificial heat, in the various de- 
partments usually constructed for this purpose. The whole 
displayed, with every new improvement, by which this capi- 
tal and curious branch of gardening may be effected with 
facility and success. 12°. pp. [3], 192. London, 1781. 

The complete wall-tree pruner^ or. Principles of prun- 



ing and training all sorts of wall fruit trees and espaliers in 
the most improved degree of perfection and fruitfulness, sys- 
tematically explained by a new scientific plan never before 
attempted. Comprehending the completest practical direc- 
tions for performing all the different operations of pruning 
and training all sorts of wall trees and espaliers . . . Also 
a complete register of all the different species and respective 
varieties of the best fruits, witB their times of ripening, &c. 
16°. pp. V, [3], 244. London, 1783. 

The garden mushroom, its nature and cultivation. 



A treatise exhibiting full and plain directions for producing 
this desireable [sic] plant in perfection and plenty according 
to the true successful practice of the London gardeners. 
8°. pp. 54. plate. London, 1779. 

The hot-house gardener on the general culture of the 



pine-apple, and methods of forcing early grapes, peaches, 
nectarines and other choice fruits, in hot-houses, vineries, 
fruit-houses, hot-walls, &c., with directions for raising melons 
and early strawberries. 8°. pp. xvi, 238. pi. London, 
1789. 

See Mawe, Thomas, and others. Every man his own 



gardener. 

Ablett, WiUiam H. English trees and tree-planting. 8°. pp. 
ix, 434. London, 1880. 

Acharius, Erik. Lichenographia universalis; in qua hchenes 
omnes detectos, adjectis observationibus et figuris horum 
vegetabilium naturam et organorum carpomorphorum struc- 
turam illustrantibus, ad genera, species, varietates diffe- 
rentiis et observationibus soUicite definitas redegit. 4°. 
pp. [9], viii, 696. col. pi. 14. Gottingae, 1810. 



organa carpomorpha ad genera, species, et varietates redi- 
gere atque observationibus illustrare tentavit. 8°. pp. Iv, 
394, 52. pi. 8. Stockholmiae, 1803. 

Synopsis methodica lichenum, sistens omnes hujus 

ordinis naturalis detectas plantas, quas secundum genera, 
species et varietates disposuit, characteribus et differentiis 
emendatis definivit, nee non synonymis et observationibus 
selectis illustravit. 12°. pp. xiii, 392. plate. Lundae, 
1814. 

Acheta Domestica, psevd. See Budgen, Miss L. M. 

Acloque, Alexandre.. Les champignons au point de vue 
biologique, 6conomique, et taxonomique. 12°. pp. viii, 
328. il. Paris, 1892. (BibhothSque scientifique contem- 
poraine.) 

Acta Horti petropolitani. See [St. Petersburg. Imperial 
botanic garden]. 

Acton, Edward Hamilton. See Darwin, Francis, and Acton, 

E. H. Practical physiology of plants. 
Acton (England) horticultural society. Annual report. 

31st, [for 1898]. Rules and schedule of prizes for 1899. 8°. 

pp. 27. Acton, [1898]. 

Adair, D. L. A new system of bee-keeping, adapted to the 
habits and characteristics of the honey-bee, with descrip- 
tions of and directions for managing bees in the section bee- 
hive. Embracing also improved methods of artificial swarm- 
ing, whereby the business of bee-keeping is rendered more 
profitable and pleasant. 8°. pp. 74. il. Cincinnati, 1867. 

Adams, Arthur. Travels of a naturalist in Japan and 
Manchuria. 8°. pp. x, 334. frontis. London, 1870. 

Adams, Charles Frederick. The San Jos6 scale in Arkansas. 
8°. pp. [18]. il. [Fayetteville], 1908. (Arkansas. Agri- 
cultural experiment station. Bulletin no. 102.) 

Some insects of orchard and other fruits. 8°. pp. 17. 

il. [Fayetteville], 1907. (Arkansas. Agricultural experi- 
ment station. Bulletin no. 92.) 

Adams, Daniel. The agricultural reader, designed for the 
use of schools. 12° pp. 264. Boston, 1824. 

editor. See The medical and agricultural register. 

Adams, Daniel Weisiger. Methods and apparatus for the 
prevention and control of forest fires, as exemplified on the 
Arkansas national forest. 8°. pp. 27. il. pi. 6. Wash- 
ington, 1912. (United States. Department of agriculture. 
Forest service. Bulletin no. 113.) 

Adams, George Edward. The soy bean. 8°. pp. [11]. il. 
[Kingston, 1903]. (Rhode Island. Agricultural experiment 
station. Bulletin no. 92.) 

Weeds, their eradication and control. 8° pp. [13]. 

pi. 2. [Kingston, 1909]. (Rhode Island. Agricultural ex- 
periment station. Bulletin no. 133.) 

See Wheeler, H. J., and Adams, G. E. Influence 



of lime upon plant growth 
Adams, H. G. The seasons and their beauties; or. Flowers, 
birds and insects of the months popularly and poetically 
described. 12°. pp. 316. il. pi. London, n. d. 



MASSACHUSETTS HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY 



Adams, Henry Sherman. Flower gardening. 12°- pp. [5], 
253. pi. New York, 1913. 

Adams, John. Medicinal plants and their cultivation in Can- 
ada. 8° pp. 60. 11. Ottawa, 1915. (Dominion experi- 
mental farms. Bulletin, 2d ser., no. 23.) 

Adams, W. See Drover, W. & G., and Adams, W. The 
chrysanthemum and its growth. 

Adams county, Pennsylvama, Fruit growers' associa- 
tion of. See Fruit growers' association of Adams 
county, Pennsylvania. 

Adanson, Michel. Families des plantes. 2 pt. in 2 v. 8°. 
pp. V. 1. [2], cccxxv, 189. V. 2. 24, [3], 640. plate. Paris, 
1763. 

Address to farmers on the following interesting subjects: the 
character of a complete farmer, the importance of manure, 
labor, exchanging work, the profits of a nursery, the advan- 
tages of an orchard, the management of cyder, keeping a 
day-book, contracting debts, clothing and diet, engaging in 
lawsuits, good neighbourhood, education. Extracted princi- 
pally from a variety of authors who have written judiciously 
on these important subjects. 8°. pp. 64. Salem, 1796. 

Address to the freemen of Rhode-Island; by a republican 
farmer. 8°. pp. 20. n. p., n. d. 

Address to the freemen of the agricultural and manufacturing 
interests of Rhode Island. 8°. pp. 24. Providence, 1829. 

Addsrman, Frank Thornton. Agricultural analysis. A 
manual of quantitative analysis for students of agriculture. 
12° pp. vii, 200. il. London, eJc, 1893. 

Adlum, John. A memoir on the cultivation of the vine in 
America, and the best mode of making wine. 8° pp. 142. 
Washington, 1823. 

Ed. 2. 12°. pp. 179. Washington, 1828. 

Adriance, Duncan. See Harrington, H. H., and Adriance, 
Duncan. Canaigre, the new tanning plant. 

Afbeeldingen der artseny-gewaasen. See [Oskamp, D. L.]. 

Affleck, Thomas. Affleck's southern rural almanac and 
plantation and garden calendar for 1851, 1853, 1856. 12°. 
New Orleans, etc., 1851-56. 

editor. Norman's southern agricultural almanac. 

1847-1848. 8°. New Orleans, 1847-48. 

Agar, Madeline. Garden design in theory and practice. 8°. 
pp. XV, 272. il. pi. 6 (4 col.). Philadelphia, ete., 1912. 

Agardh, Carl Adolf. Dissertatio de metamorphosi algarum. 
8°. pp. 18. Lundae, 1820. 

Icones algarum ineditae. fasc. 1. 8°. pp. [2]. pi. 

10. Lundae, [1820]. 

Lehrbuch der botanik. 1' abt. Organographie der 



pflanzen. Mit einer vorrede von J. W. Hornemann. Aus 
dem schwedischen ftbersetzt'von L. Meyer. 2" abt. Allge- 
meine biologie der pflanzen. Mit einer vorrede von C. F. 
Hornschuch. Aus dem schwedischen {ibersetzt von F. C. 
H. Creplin. 2 pt. in 2 v. 12°. pp. w. /. xii, 436. v.2.V\, 
479. pi. 5. Kopenhagen; Greifswald, 1831-32. 

Memoir on the red snow brought from polar regions. 



See Greville, R. K. Some accoimt of the red snow of the 
arctic regions. 

Revision der algengattung Macrocystis. 4°. pp. 36. 



col. pi. 3. [Vratislaviae, etc., 1839]. 

*' Acta Acad, leop.-carol. nat. cur. v. 19, pt. 1," pp. 281-316. 

Species algarum rite cognitae, cum synonymis, dif- 



ferentiis specificis et descriptionibus'suocinctis. v. 1-2, pt. 1, 
in 1 V. 8°. pp. V. 1. [1], 531. v. 2. Ixxvi, 189. Gryphiswal- 
diae, 1823[1821]-28. 

No more published. 

Agardh, Jakob Georg. Novae species algarum quas in itinere 
ad oras maris rubri collegit Eduardus Riippell, cum obser- 
vationibus nonnuUis in species rariores antea cognitas. 4°. 
pp. [4]. n. p. [18-?]. 

Agassiz, Louis. Contributions to the natural history of the 
United States of America. 4 v. f° il. pi. 77. Boston, 
etc., 1857-62. 



Lake Superior; its physical character, vegetation, 

and animals, compared with those of other and similar re- 
gions. With a narrative of the tour by J. E^^ Cabot, and 
contributions by other scientific gentlemen. 8°. pp. x, [2], 
9-428. pi. 17. Boston, 1850. 

Agassiz association. Gray memorial botanical chapter. Bul- 
letin. See Asa Gray bulletin. 

Agee, Alva. Potato culture. 8°. pp. 96. [Harrisburg], 1902. 
(Pennsylvania. Department of agriculture. Bulletin no. 
105.) 

Agricola, pseud. See Anderson, James (1739-1808). 

Agricola, Georg Andreas. L'agriculture parfaite; ou, Nou- 
velle d^couverte, touchant la culture & la multiphcation des 
arbres, des arbustes, et des fleurs; ouvrage fort curieux, qui 
renferme les plus beaux secrets de la nature pour aider la 
v^gfitation de toutes sortes d' arbres & de plantes & pour 
rendre fertile le terroir le plus ingrat. Traduit de I'allemand 
avec des remarques. 2 pt. in 1 v. 8°. pp. [6], 261, [2], 
146, [8]. pi. 31, 3. Amsterdam, 1720. 

The experimental husbandman and gardener; con- 
taining a new method of improving estates and gardens, by 
cultivating and increasing of forrest-trees, coppice-woods, 
fruit-trees, shrubs, flowers and greenhouses, and exotick 
plants, after several manners; viz., by layers, cuttings, roots, 
leaves, &c. With great variety of new discoveries relating 
to graffing, terebration or boreing, inarching, emplastra- 
tion, and inoculation; of reversing of trees, and digesting 
their juices to bring them to bear fruit. With several new 
experiments for the fertilizing of stubborn soils. "Translated 
from the original, with remarks. Ed. 2. To which is now 
added, an appendix containing a variety of experiments 
lately practised upon the above system, by R. Bradley. 
4°. pp. [21], 314, [4]. pi. 31, 2. London, 1726. 

For Ist ed., see his Philosophical treatise of husbandry and gardening. 

A philosophical treatise of husbandry and garden- 
ing; being a new method of cultivating and increasing all 
sorts of trees, shrubs, and flowers. A very curious work, con- 
taining many useful secrets in nature, for helping the vege- 
tation of trees and plants and for fertilizing the most stub- 
born soils. Translated from the high Dutch, with remarks 
. . . The whole revised and compared with the original, 
together with a preface, confirming this new method, by 
Richard Bradley. 4°. pp. [21], 300, [4]. pi. 31. London, 
1721. 

For 2d ed., see his Experimental husbandman and gardener. 

Versuch einer allgemeinen vermehrung aller b&ume. 



stauden und blumengew&chse, theoretisch und practisch 
vorgetragen. Anjetzo auf ein neues ubersehen, mit anmer- 
kungen und einer vorrede begleitet durch C. G. Brausern. 
2 pt. in 1 V. f°. pp. pt. 1. [18], 164. pt. 2. [8], 80, [16]. il. 
Regensburg, 1772. 

Agricola, P. The New-York gardener; or. Twelve letters 
from a farmer to his son, in which he describes the method 
of laying out and managing the kitchen-garden. 12°. pp. 
96. White Creek, 1827. 

L'agriculteur; journal offlciel de la Chambre d'agriculture 
du Bas-Canada. [monthly], v. 11, no. 12-v. 15, no. 6. 
Aug. 1859-Feb. 1863. 8°. Montreal, 1859-63. 

Incomplete. 

Agricultural and horticultural society of India. Trans- 
actions. V. 1-8. 8°. il. Calcutta, 1838-41. 

The agricultural digest; published under the auspices of the 
National agricultural society, [monthly], v. 1, no. 1-2. 
May-June, 1916. f°. New York, 1916. -^ 

The agricultural gazette of Canada, [monthly], v. 1-2. 

1914-1915. 8°. il. Ottawa, 1914-15. -> 
The agricultural gazette of New South Wales, issued by 

direction of the minister for mines and agriculture, [monthly]. 

V. 1-26. July 189(>-Dec. 1915. 8°. il. pi. Sydney, 1890- 

1915. ^ 

V. 1 issued in 3 pt.: July, Aug., Deo. 1890. 
V. 10, no. 3 never published. 



CATALOGUE OF THE LIBRARY 



Agricultural journal. Published by the Department of agri- 
culture of the Cape Colony, v. 5, no. 13. Oct. 20, 1892. 
f°. il. Cape Town, 1892. 

Agricultural journal of the Leeward Islands. Edited by the 
superintendent of agriculture, [quarterly], no. 1-3. July 
1894r-Jan. 1895. 8°. St. John's, Antigua, 1894-95. 
No more published. 

The agricultural journal of the Union of South Africa. Is- 
sued by the Department of agriculture, Tretoria. [monthly]. 
V. 1-8, no. 2. Feb. 1911-Aug. 1914. 8°. il. pi. Pretoria, 
1911-15. 

Agricultural news; a fortnightly review of the Imperial de- 
partment of agriculture for the West Indies, v. 1-14. Apr. 
25, 1902-Dec. 18, 1915. 4°. il. Barbados, 1902-15. -^ 

Agricultural review and industrial monthly. New ser. no. 
1-3, 5. Jan.-Mar., May, 1884. 8°. New York, etc., 1884. 

ConsolidatioQ of De Bow's review^ Agricultural review, and Southern 
industries. 

Agricultural review and journal of the American agricul- 
tural association, v. 2-3, no. 6. Jan. 1882-Dec. 1883. 8°. 
il. New York, 1882-83. 

for V. 1, see American agricultural association. Journal. 
V. 2, published quarterly, v. 3, published monthly. 
In 1884 united with De Bow's review and Scmthem industries, and con- 
tinued under the title: Agricultural review and industrial monthly. 

Agricultural science, [monthly], v. 1-8. 1887-1894. 8°. 
il. pi. State College, Pa., etc., 1887-94. 

V. 1-5, edited by C. S. Plumb, v- 6-8, edited by William Frear and 

others. 

No more published. 

Agricultural value of the sewage of London examined in 
reference to the principal schemes submitted to the Metro- 
politan board of works. With extracts from the evidence of 
chemists, engineers, and agriculturists. 8° pp. [5], 78. 
map. London, 1865. 

Agriculture of Pennsylvania, containing reports of the State 
board of agriculture, the State agricultural society, the 
State dairjrmen's association, the State horticultural asso- 
ciation, etc. 1880-1894. 8°. Harrisburg, 1881-94. 
See also Pennsylvania. Board of agriculture. Annual Report. Also 
Pennsylvania state horticultural association. Report. 

Aikin, Arthur. On timber and on ornamental woods. 8°. 
pp. 31. London, 1836. 

"Ftotu the Transactions of the Society of arts, manufactures, commerce, etc. 
V. 50." 

[Aikin, John]. The Woodland companion; or, A brief de- 
scription of British trees, with some account of their uses. 
12°. pp. [2], 92. pi. 28. London, 1802. 

[ editor]. See White, Gilbert. A naturalist's calendar. 

Aikman, C. M. Farmyard manure; its nature, composition 
and treatment. 12°. pp. xiii, 65. Edinburgh, etc., 1892. 

Manures and the principles of manuring. 12°- pp. 

xxxi, 592. Edinburgh, etc., 1894. 

Aitchison, James Edward Tierney. On the flora of the Kuram 
valley, &c., Afghanistan, pt. 1. 8°. pp. 113. [London, 
1880]. 

Journal of theLinnean society, Botany, v. 18, 1881, pp. 1-113. 

Alton, William. Hortus kewensis; or, A catalogue of the 
plants cultivated in the Royal botanic garden at Kew. 3 v. 
8°. pp. t)..?. XXX, 496. u. ^. 460. t). 5. 547. pi. 13. London, 
1789. 

Ed. 2, enlarged by W. T. Alton. 5 v. 8°. 

London, 1810-13. 

Alton, William Townsend, editor. See Alton, William. Hor- 
tus kewensis. 

Alabama. Agricultural experiment station, Auburn. Annual re- 
port. lst-6th, 8th, 10th-12th, 14th-18th. 1888-1893, 1895, 
1897-1899, 1901-1905. 8°. Montgomery, etc., [1888]-1906. 

Bulletin, no. 1-3, 1883-1884; no. 1-8, 1887; 

no. 1-5, 1888; new ser. no. 1-183. July 1888-Jan. 1915. 
8°. Opelika, etc., [1883]-1915. -> 



Canebrake agricultural experiment station, Union- 
town. Annual report. [lst]-3d, 12th. 1883-1890, 1897. 
8°- Montgomery, [1889-98]. 

Bulletin, no. 1-19, 22-27. 8°. [Mont- 



gomery, 1888-1910]. 

North Alabama college and experiment station, Athens. 

Annual catalogue and report. 1889/90, 1891/92. 8°. 
Athens, etc., [1890]-92. 

Alabama state horticultural society. Proceedings of the 
annual meeting. lst-3d, 5th-9th, 12th. 1904-1906, 1908- 
1912, 1915. 8^ il. Montgomery, etc., 1904-16. -> 

1908-10 and 1911 are Serial no. 36 and 42, issued quarterly by the 
Department of agriculture, Montgomery, Alabama. 

Alaska. Agricultural experiment stations. Annual report. 
1901, 1902, 1906-1914. 8°. Washington, [1902]-16. -» 

Under the supervision of the Office of experiment stations. United States 
department of agriculture. 

Bulletin, no. 1-3. 8°. Washington, 1902- 

07. 
Albany and Rensselaer horticultural society. Annual 

report. 2d-3d. 1848-1849. 8° Albany, 1849-50. 

List of officers and committees, constitution, rules 

and regulations, Ust of premiums. 1852, 1854. 8°. Al- 
bany, 1852-54. 

Albertini, Johannes Baptista von, and Schweinitz, Ludwig 
David von. Conspectus fungorum in Lusatiae superioris 
agro Niskiensi crescentium; e methodo Persooniana. 8°. 
pp. xxiv, 376. col. pi. 12. Lipsiae, 1805. 

Albonico, Johann Heinrich. Niitzliche bemerkungen fiir 
garten- und blumenfreunde. 2 v. 16°. pp. 852. Leipzig, 
1795-98. 

Paged continuously. 

Albret, d'. Coura th^orique et pratique de la taille 

des arbres fruitiers. Ed. 4. 8°- pp. iv, 286. pi. 7. Paris, 
1842. 

Alcock, Randal Hibbert. Botanical names for English read- 
ers. 8°. pp. xviii, 236. London, 1876. 

Contents: — A sketch of the history of botany, in reference to botanical 
nomenclature, up to the time of Linneus. — The derivation and meanings 
of the scientific names of plants generally admitted into the British flora 
as natives or colonists. — Appendix [Biographical sketches of William 
Turner, Anthony Ascham, Reinbert Dodoens, John Gerard, Thomas 
Johnson, John Parkinson, and John Evelyn]. 

Alderman, William Horace. The fertiUzation of peach or- 
chards. 8°. pp. 39. il. [Morgantown, 1915]. (West Vir- 
ginia. Agricultural experiment station. Bulletin no. 150.) 

The rejuvenation of old orchards. 8°. pp. [22]. il. 

[Morgantown, 1913]. (West Virginia. Agricultural ex- 
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See Hedrick, U. P. The plums of New York. 



Aldrich, John Merton. The codling moth. 8°. pp. [19]. 
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The grape phylloxera. 8°. pp. 7. Moscow, 1905. 

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Grasshopper and cricket outbreaks. 8°. pp. [16]. 



il. plate. Moscow, [1904]. (Idaho. Agricultural experi- 
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The San Jos6 scale in Idaho. 8°. pp. 16. il. pi. 2. 



Moscow, [1899]. (Idaho. Agricultural experiment station. 
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Winter spraying for the apple aphis. 8°. pp. [18]. 



il. Moscow, [1904]. (Idaho. Agricultural experiment sta- 
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Aldrovandi, Ulisse. Dendrologiae naturalis scilicet arborum 
historiae libri duo, sylva glandaria, acinosumque pomarium, 
ubi eruditiones omnium generum xma cum botanicis doc- 
trinis ingenia quaecunque non parum juvant et oblectant. 
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concinnavit. f° pp. [12], 660, [52]. il. Bononiae, 1668. 
The title-page is engraved. 



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Alexander, B. S., and others. Report of the Board of commis- 
sioners on the irrigation of "the San Joaquin, Tulare, and 
Sacramento valleys of the state of California. B. S. Alex- 
ander, G. H. Mendell, George Davidson, commissioners. 
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1st session. House of representatives. Ex. doc. no. 290.) 

Alfalfa. 8°. pp. [12]. Baton Rouge, 1899. (Louisiana. 
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Alfalfa in Oklahoma. 8°. pp. 31. il. Stillwater, [1909]. 
(Oklahoma. Agricultural experiment station. Bulletin no. 
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Alfalfa: its growth, composition, digestibiUty, etc. 8°. pp.24. 
[Fort Collins, 1889]. (Colorado. Agricultural experiment 
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Alfalfa seed in Oklahoma: pt. 1. Testing alfalfa seed. pt. 2. 
Weed seeds found in alfalfa seed. 8°. pp. 23. il. Still- 
water, [1909]. (Oklahoma. Agricultural experiment sta- 
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Algemeene vereeniglng voor bloembollencultuur te Haar- 
lem. See Gedenkboek ter herinnering aan het vijftigjarig 
bestaan der Algemeene vereeniging voor bloembollencultuur 
te Haarlem. 

Algeria. Societe d'horticulture d'AlgSrie. See Revue 
horticole de I'AIgfirie. 

Algiers. SociSt§ d'horticulture d'Alger. See Revue hor- 
ticole de I'Alg^rie. 

Allan, J. T. Essay on forest growing. 8°- pp. 30. il. 
Brownville, Neb., 1873. 

From Proceedings of the Nebraska state horiwiiUurtd society for the year 
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AUard, Harry Ardell. The mosaic disease of tobacco. 8°. 
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partment of agriculture. Bulletin no. 40.) 

Allen, A. B. The American agriculturist almanac. 1844^ 
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Allen, Charles H. The artificial preservation of timber, obi. 
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Allen, Charles Liimaeus. Bulbs and tuberous-rooted plants: 
their history, description, methods of propagation, and 
complete directions for their successful culture in the gar- 
den, dwelhng, and greenhouse. 8°. pp. vi, 311. il. New 
York, 1893. 

Cabbage, cauliflower and allied vegetables, from seed 

to harvest. 12°. pp. 125, [1]. il. New York, 1901. 

Plant variation. 8°. pp. 14. [New York, 1896]. 



A practical treatise on the culture and treatment of 

the grape. Ed. 2. 8°. pp. 247. il. frontis. Boston, 1848. 

For 1st ed., see his Culture of the grape. 

Ed. 3. 12°. pp. 330. il. frontis. New 



York, 1853. 

Victoria regia; or. The great water Uly.of America, 



"Read before the American aeed trade association, June 11, 1896." 

The sexual relations of plants. 8°. pp. 22. il. 

n. p., [1886]. 

"Essay read before the American seed trade association, June 9, 1885." 
Allen, Edward Tyson. The western hemlock. 8°. pp. 65. 
il. pi. 13. Washington, 1902. (United States. Depart- 
ment of agriculture. Bureau of forestry. Bulletin no. 33.) 

Allen, Grant. Flowers and their pedigrees. Ed. 2. 12°. pp 
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Allen, Isaac J. Address delivered Sept. 27, 1855, during the 
exhibition of the Cincinnati horticultural society, with a 
preface giving a brief history of the institution, and a de- 
scription of some of the prominent features of the exhibi- 
tion, by Geo. Graham. 8°. pp. 34. Cincinnati, 1855. 

Allen, John Alpheus, compiler, A list of the plants contained 
in the sixth edition of Gray's Manual of the botany of the 
northern United States, including the district east of the one 
hundredth meridian and north of North Carolina, Tennessee, 
and Arkansas. 12°. pp. [2], 130. Cambridge, Mass., 1893. 

Allen, John Pisk. The culture of the grape; embracing direc- 
tions for the treatment of the vine in the northern states of 
America, in the open air, and under glass structures, with 
and without artificial heat. 8°. pp. 55. il. Boston, 1847. 

For 2d and 3d ed^ see his Practical treatise on the oult<ire and treat- 
ment of the grape. 



with a brief account of its discovery and introduction into 
cultivation. With illustrations by William Sharp, from 
specimens grown at Salem, Massachusetts. f°- pp. 16, [1]. 
col. pi. 6. Boston, 1854. 

Allen, Lewis F. Rural architecture; being a complete de- 
scription of farm houses, cottages, and out buildings . . . 
together with lawns, pleasure grounds and parks, the flower, 
fruit and vegetable garden, etc. 12°. pp. xv, 13-378. il. 
pi. New York, 1863. 

Allen, Ralph Wihner. Grape culture, with special refer- 
ence to commercial production under irrigation in eastern 
Oregon. 8°. pp. 31. il. CorvaUis, [1915]. (Oregon. 
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Windbreaks, hedges, and ornamentals for irrigated 

sandy soils of eastern Oregon. 8° pp. 24. il. CorvaUis, 
[1915]. (Oregon. Agricultural experiment station. Bulle- 
tin no. 125.) 

Allen, Richard L. The American farm book, or Compend of 
American agriculture; being a practical treatise on soils, 
manures, draining, irrigation, grasses, grain, roots, fruits, 
cotton, tobacco, sugar cane, rice, and every staple product 
of the United States. 12°. pp. 325. il. New York, 1852. 

Allen, Samuel C. Address delivered at Northampton, before 
the Hampshire, Franklin & Hampden agricultural society, 
Oct. 27, 1830. 8°. pp. 32. Northampton, 1830. 

Allen, Stephen M. Fibrilia, or flax cotton. Three addresses 
before the legislative societies of Massachusetts and Rhode 
Island, and the class on agriculture at Yale college. 8°. pp. 
[42]. Boston, 1860. 

Allen, Timothy Field. The Characeae of America. 2 pt. in 
1 V. 4°. pp. 64, 28. il. pi. 31. New York, 1888-96. 
pt. 1. Introduction, morphology, and classification; pt. 2. Descrip- 
tions and illustrations. 

Allen, Wilkes. An address delivered before the Western 
society of Middlesex husbandmen, Westford, Sept. 25, 
1819. To which is added, the by-laws of the society. 8°. 
pp. 19, 5. Concord, Mass., 1819. 

Allen, William John. Apple and pear growing. With section 
of insect pests of the apple and pear, by W. W. Froggatt and 
W.B.Gurney. 8°. pp.74, il. pi. 2. Sydney, 1915. (New 
South Wales. Department of agriculture. Farmers' bulle- 
tin no. 92.) 

Citrus culture. 8°. pp. 96. il. pi. 5. Sydney, 1915. 

(New South Wales. Department of agriculture. Farmers' 
buUetin no. 90.) 

Fruit-drying. 8°. pp. 22. il. Sydney, 1911. (New 

South Wales. Department of agriculture. Farmers' bulle- 
tin no. 52.) * 

Fruit-growing in New South Wales. What to grow 

and where to start. 8°. pp. 58. Sydney, 1914. (New 
South Wales. Department of agriculture. Farmers' bul- 
letin no. 83.) 

Fruit preserving: canning, bottling, jam-making, and 

candying peel. 8°. pp. 26. il. Sydney, 1914. (New 
South Wales. Department of agriculture. Farmers' bul- 
letin no. 88.) 

— ,-=7— Ed. 2. 8°. pp.43, il. Sydney, 1915. (New 

South Wales. Department of agriculture. Farmers' bul- 
letin no. 88.) 

The manuring of orchards. 8°. pp. 24. il. Sydney, 

1914. (New South Wales. Department of agriculture. 
Farmers' bulletin no. 79.) 

— Olive culture. 8°. pp. 42. il. Sydney, 1914. (New 

South Wales. Department of agriculture. Farmers' bulle- 
tin no. 82.) 



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Allen, William John (Continued). Orchard nursery work: 

budding and grafting. 8°. pp. 26. il. Sydney, 1913. 

(New South Wales. Department of agriculture. Farmers' 

bulletin no. 63.) 
Plum and prune culture. 8°. pp. 31. il. Sydney, 

1914. (New South Wales. Department of agriculture. 

Farmers' bulletin no. 86.) 
Allgemeines teutsches garten-magazin; oder, Gemeinnutzige 

beitrage fur alle theile des praktischen gartenwesens. v. 1, 

2,7,8. 1804,1805,1810,1811. 4°. pi. Weimar, 1804-11. 
Fortsetzung des AUgemeinen teutschen garten-maga- 

zins; oder, Gemeinnutzige beitrage filr alle theile des 

praktischen gartenwesens. v. 3-6. 1818-1822. 4°. pi. 

Weimar, 1818-22. 

Allioni, Carlo. Flora pedemontana; sive, Enumeratio metho- 

dioa stirpium indigenarum Pedemontii. 3 v. f°. pp. o. /. 

[4], xix, 344. V. H. 366, xxiv. v. 3. xiv. pi. 92. portrait. 

Augustae Taurinorum, 1785. 
Auctarium, cum notis et emendationibus. 

4°. pp. [2], 53. pi. 2. Augustae Taurinorum, 1789. 

Rariorum Pedemontii stirpium specimen primum. 



4°. pp. X, 55. pi. 12. Augustae Taurinorum, 1755. 

Bound with his Auctarium ad Floram pedemontanam. 

Allnutt, Henry. The cactus and other tropical succulents, 
aloes, agaves, mesembryanthemums, sempervivums, sedums, 
&c., with directions for constructing a miniature greenhouse. 
16°. pp. V, [3], 133. il. plate. London, 1877. 

Our flower garden, how we made the most of it; with 

instructions as to the construction of miniature ruins, etc., 
for fern cases. Ed. 2. 16°. pp. [4], 91. il. London, [1875?]. 

Allwood, George W. See Allwood, M. C. The perpetual 
flowering carnation. 

Allwood, Montagu C. The perpetual flowering carnation. 
With a chapter on the American system of carnation 
culture, by G. W. Allwood. 8°. pp. [6], 210. pi. 20. 
portraits. London, [1912]. 

Almack, Barugh. Prize essay on the drill husbandry of tur- 
nips. 8°. pp. 29. London, 1845. 

"From the Journal of the Royal agricultural socieiy of England," 
V. 4, 1843, pp. 49-80. 

Report on the agriculture of Norfolk. 8°. pp. 51. 

London, 1845. 

"From the Journal of the Royal agricultural society of England," v. 5, 
1845, pp. 307-357. 

Almanach du jardinier, par les rfidacteurs de la Maison rus- 
tique du 19» si6cle. 45« ann^e, 1888. 24°. pp. 170. Paris, 
1888. 

Almeloveen, Theodor Janson van. See Rheede tot Draaken- 
stein, Hendrik van. Horti malabarici, etc. 

The Almond colonies of southern California, Antelope valley. 
8°. pp. 40. il. maps. n. p., 1893. 

Alphand, Adolphe. Les promenades de Paris. Histoire, de- 
scription des embellissements, dfipenses de creation et 
d'entretien des bois de Boulogne et de Vincennes, champs- 
filys6es, pares, squares, boulevards, places plant^es; 6tude 
sur I'art des jardins et arboretum. Text & plates. 2 v. f°. 
pp. [14], Ux, 246, cviii, [12]. il. pi. plans. Paris, 1867-73. 

See Ernouf , A. A., Baron. L'art des jardins, etc. 

Alsberg, Carl Lucas. See Marsh, C. D., and others. The 

relation of barium to the loco-weed disease. 
Alton (III.) horticultural society. Proceedings, [monthly]. 
Feb. 1869-Dec. 1870. 8°. n. p., [186^71?]. 

Wanting Apr., Oct., and Nov. 1870. 
Feb., Mar., and Apr. 1869, broadsides. 

Transactions, from its organization, Nov. 12, 1853, 

to the close of the year 1864. 8°. Alton, 1866. 

Alvarez Alvistur, Luis. Estudio experimental acerca de las 
enfermedades delapatata (Solanum tuberosa). 8°. pp.21. 
Madrid, 1880. 

Alvord, Henry E. Cutting seed potatoes for planting. 8°- 
pp. [16]. [Agricultural College, 1888]. (Maryland. Agri- 
cultural experiment station. Bulletin no. 2.) 



Alwood, William Bradford. Development of sugar and acid in 

grapes during ripening. With the collaboration of B. J. 

Hartmann, J. R. Eoff, M. J. Ingle, and S. F. Sherwood. 8°. 

pp. 28. Washington, 1916. (United States. Department 

of agriculture. Bulletin no. 335.) 
— Grape culture. 8°- pp. [22]. il. Blacksburg, [1893]. 

(Virginia. Agricultural experiment station. Bulletin no. 

30.) 

Pear culture. 8°- pp. [16]. Blacksburg, [1895]. 



(Virginia. Agricultural experiment station. Bulletin no. 
49.) 

The San Jos6 or pernicious scale. 8°. pp. [16]. il. 

Blacksburg, 1896]. (Virginia. Agricultural experiment sta- 
tion. Bulletin no. 62.) 

Tomatoes. 8°. pp. 18. il. Lynchburg, [1891]. 



(Virginia. Agricultural experiment station. Bulletin no. 9.) 
Treatment of diseases of the grape. 8°. pp. [15]. 

Blacksburg, [1892]. (Virginia. Agricultural experiment 

station. Bulletin no. 15.) 
L'amateur de jardins; revue bi-mensuelle illustrSe d'horti- 

culture g^n^rale. v. 1, no. 1-9. Jan. 20-June 5, 1909. 4°. 

il. Paris, 1909. 

No more published. 

Amateur gardening; a monthly journal for the lovers and 
cultivators of flowers and fruits, v. 1-7. Jan. 1892-Sept. 
1897. 4°. U. pi. Springfield, Mass., 1892-97. 
No more published. 

Amateur gardening annual and yearbook. 1912-1914. 4°. 
il. pi. London, [1911-13]. 

The amateur world of horticulture and record of the pro- 
ceedings of the National amateur gardeners'' association, 
[quarterly], v. 1-i, [no. 2]. Jan. 1896-June 1899. 8°. 
Brentwood, [Eng.], 1896-99. 
Edited by Leonard Brown. 
Wanting no. 9, Jan.-Mar. 1898. 

Amelung, Heinrich. Wie ist der gemiisebau in der umgegend 
Berlins ftir Mebhaber am rationellsten zu betreiben? 8° 
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"Gekronte preisschrift." 

American agricultural annual; a farmer's year-book, exhib- 
iting recent progress in agricultural theory and practice, and 
a guide to present and future labors. 1869-1871. 12°. il. 
New York, 1869-71. 

American agricultural association. Journal, [quarterly]. 
V. 1. 8°. New York, 1881. 

For continuation, see Agricultural review and journal of the American 
agricultural association. 



Ed. 2. V. 1, no. 1-2. 8°. New York, 1881. 

Transactions, pt. 1. 4°. pp. 60. New York, 1846. 

The American agriculturist, [monthly], v. 1-53, no. 9. Apr. 

1842-Sept. 1894. 4° & f°. il. New York, etc., 1843-94. 

V. 11-14, published weekly. 

None published between Dec. 1851 and Sept. 14, 1853. 

American association for the advancement of science. 

Botanical section. Rules for citation adopted by the Madi- 
son botanical congress and Section G, A. A. A. S. folder, 
n. p., [1895?]. 

List of the Pteridophyta and Spermatophyta grow- 
ing without cultivation in northeastern North America ; pre- 
pared by a committee of the botanical club. 8°. pp. 377. 
New York, 1893-94. 

"From Memoirs of the Torrey botanical club, v. 5," 1893-94. 

American association of economic entomologists. See 
Journal of economic entomology. 

American association of nurserymen. Proceedings of the 
annual meetmg. 13th, 15th-17th, 22d, 39th. 1888, 1890- 
1892, 1897, 1914. 8°. il. n. p., n. d. 

American association of park superintendents. Bulle- 
tin, no. 1-44; new ser. no. 1-8. Jan. 1900-July 1912. 8°. 
il. n.p., 1900-12. 

Formerly New England association of park superintendents, 
no. 1-44, 1st ser., .type-written, incomplete. 



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American association of park superintendents (Con- 
tinued). Proceedings of the annual convention. [8th]-13th. 
1906-1911. 8°. n. p., [1906-11]. 

FroceedingB of the 8th annual meeting, type-written. 

The American botanist; edited by C. R. Orcutt. v. 1, no. 1. 

Sept. 1898. 8°. San Diego, Cal., 1898. 
The American botanist; devoted to economic and ecological 

botany, v. 1-21. July 1901-Nov. 1915. 8°. il. pi. Bing- 

hamton, N. Y., etc., 1901-15. -> 

Edited by W. N. Clute. 

V. 1-13, monthly; v. 14-21, quarterly. 

American carnation society. Proceedings of the annual 
meeting. lst-24th. 8°. [Philadelphia, etc., 1892-1915]. -^ 

1891/92-1894, title reads: lst[-3dl annual report. 

American cemetery superintendents, Association of. 
See Association of American cemetery superintendents. 

American chrysanthemum annual. Edited by Michael 
Barker. 1895. 4°. il. Floral Park, N. Y., 1895. 

American chrysanthemum society. Report of the com- 
mittee on classification of chrysanthemums before the 
American chrysanthemum society at Washington, D. C, 
Aug. 1892. 8°. pp. 37. [Boston, 1893]. 

American civic association. Bulletin, no. 1-5. [1904]- 
1905/6. 8°. n. p., n. d. 

Department leaflet, no. 1-8, 11, 12. 8° n. p., n. d. 

• • Department pamphlet, no. 1, 3, 5, 6. 8°. n. p., 

1905-[?]. 

Special series no. 1. 12°. Philadelphia, 1905. 

Park department. Items of park news. no. 1-3. 8°. 



American fern journal, a quarterly devoted to ferns. Pub- 
lished by the American fern society, v. 1-5. 8°. U. pi. 
Port Richmond, N. Y., etc., 1911-15. -> 

American fern society. Annual report for the year 1912. 
12°. pp. 15. [Boston, 1913]. 

" Supplement to the American fern journal, v. 3, no. 1, 1913." 

See American fern journal. 

The American florist, a weekly journal for the trade, v. 1- 
45. Aug. 15, 1885-Jan. 15, 1916. 4°. il. pi. Chicago, etc., 
1886-1916. -* 
V. 1-5, semi-monthly. 

The American florist and farmer. See Bowditch's magazine. 

American florist company. Directory of florists, nursery- 
men, and seedsmen of the United States and Canada, and 
reference book. Ed. 8. 8° pp. 195. Chicago, 1892. 

Supplement . . . bringing the edition of 1892 up to 

date. 8°. pp. 22. [Chicago, 1893]. 

Ed. 5. 12°. pp. 335. Chicago, 1896. 

[Ed. 6]. 12°. pp. 351. Chicago, 1898. 

Ed. 8. 12°. pp. 387. Chicago, 1900. 

Ed. 12. 12°. pp. 411. Chicago, 1904. 

Ed. 16. 12°. pp. 509. Chicago, 1908. 

[Ed. 23]. 12°. pp. 547. Chicago, 1915. 



Hartford, Conn., 1904-05, 
American commission on agricultural cooperation and 

rural credit in Europe. Report, pt. 1. Observations. 

4°. pp. 29. Washington, 1914. (63d congress, 2d session. 

Senate. Doc. no. 261, pt. 1.) 
American conservation; issued monthly by the National 

conservation association, v. 1, no. 1-7. Feb.-Aug. 1911. 

4°. il. Washington, D. C, 1911. 

No more published. 

American cotton planter and soil of the south. See Cloud's 
southern rural magazine. 

The American cultivator, [weekly], v. 52-77, no. 12. Jan. 
4, 1890-Mar. 20, 1915. f°. il. Boston, 1890-1915. 

The American desert; a floral magazine for amateurs. See 
Western garden. 

The American entomologist; an illustrated magazine of popu- 
lar and practical entomology, [monthly], v. 1-3. Sept. 
1868-Dec. 1880. 4°. il. St. Louis, etc., 1868-80. 
V. 2, no. 6-12, title reads: American entomologist and botanist. 
V. 1-2, no. 2, edited by B. D. Walsh and C. V. Riley; v. 2, no. 3-5, by 
C. V. Riley; v. 2, no. 6-12, by C. V. Riley and George Vasey; v. 3, by 
C. V. Riley. 

Publication suspended from 1871 to 1879 inclusive. 
No more published. 

The American farmer, [weekly], v. 1-15. Apr. 2, 1819-Mar. 
7, 1834. 4°. il. Baltimore, 1820-34. 
V. 1-11, edited by J. S. Skinner. 

[monthly]. 4th ser. v. 9, 11-14. July 1853-June 

1854, July 1855-June 1859. 5th ser. v. 1-3, no. 6, July 

1859-Dec. 1861. 6th ser. v. 1, no. 2-v. 4, Aug. 1866- 

Dec. 1869. 7th ser. v. 1, no. 1-8, Jan.-Aug. 1870. 8th 

ser. V. 1-7, no. 3, Jan. 1872-May 1878. 8°. il. Baltimore, 

1853-78. 

Incomplete. 

8th ser. v. 1-2, title reads: The American farmer and nu-al register. 

The American farmer; a hand-book of agriculture for the 
farm and garden. Ed. 14, re-edited and revised by F. W. 
O'Niell and H. L. WilUams. 8°. pp.724, il. pi. Chicago, 
1881. 

The American farmer; a monthly journal devoted to agri- 
culture, horticulture, domestic and rural economy, v. 1-3. 
1866-1868. 4°. il. Rochester, N. Y., 1866-68. 
Wanting v. 1, no. 12, Deo. 1866, v. 3, no. 6, 8, 9, June, Aug., Sept. 1868. 



American florists and ornamental horticulturists. So- 
ciety of. See Society of American florists and orna- 
mental horticulturists. 

American forestry, [monthly], v. 1-21. 1895-1915. 4°. 
il. pi. Camden, N. J., 1895-1915. -^ 

V. 1-2, published bi-monthly. 

V. 1, no. 1-3, title reads: The New Jersey forester, v. 1, no.^-v. 7, title 
reads: The fotester. v. 8-14, no. 8, title reads: Forestry and irrigation. 
V. 14, no. 9-v. 15, title reads: Conservation. 

American forestry association. Proceedings, v. [1]-12. 
1882-1897. 8°. Washington, D. C, etc., 1883-97. 

Wanting v. 3, 1884. v. 7, 1888, incomplete. 

1882-88, title reads: Proceedings of the American forestry congress. 

v. 9 consists of papers read at joint session of the American economic 

association and the American forestry association, Dec. 30, 1S90, printed 

in Publications of the American economic association, v. 6, no. 3. 

The Library has also the full account of the Montreal meeting, Aug. 1882, 

published only in the newspapers. 

American forestry congress. Proceedings of the American 
forestry congress held in Washington, D. C, Jan. 2-6, 1905, 
under the auspices of the American forestry association. 12°. 
pp. xi, 474. Washington, 1905. 

American fruit and vegetable journal, [monthly], v. 1-3, 
no. 1. Feb. 1900-Feb. 1901. 4°. il. Chicago, 1900-01. 

In Apr. 1901, \inited with Farm, field and fireside monthly. 

American fruit grower; a monthly magazine devoted to 
fruitgrowing, v. 2-3, no. 1. Jan.-Apr. 1916. f°. Charlotte- 
ville, Va., 1916. ^ 

American fruits, [monthly], v. 13, no. 1; v. 14, no. 3, 5, 12; 
V. 15, no. 1-2; v. 19, no. 5-v. 21, no. 1. Jan., Sept., Nov., 
Dec. 1911; Jan., Feb. 1912; May, 1914-Jan. 1915. f°. il. 
Rochester, N. Y., 1911-15. 

The American garden; an illustrated journal of horticulture, 
devoted to the gardening interests of America, [monthly]. 
V. 1-ser. 3, v. 12. Sept. 1874-Dec. 1891. 4° & f°. il. pi. 
Brooklyn, etc., 1874^91. 

Continuation of the Flower garden. 
Wanting no. 1, 2d ser., Jan. 1878. 
Oct. 1875-Oct. 1881, published quarterly. 

In Feb. 1887, the Ladies' floral cabinet was absorbed by the American gar- 
den. In Feb. 1888, the Garden^'s monthly and horticulturist was incor- 
porated with It. In Nov. 1891, united with Popular gardening, and 
contmued under the title: American gardening. 

American gardeners' chronicle, [weekly], v. 2, no. 1-27. 
Oct. 13, 1852-Apr. 20, 1853. 4°. il. New York, 1852-53. 

Wanting no. 11-14, 17, 19, 21. 

The American gardener's magazine. See The magazine of 
horticulture, botany and all useful discoveries and improve- 
ments in rural affairs. . 



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American gardening; a weekly journal of horticulture, v. 13- 
25. Jan. 1892-Nov. 5, 1904. 4° & f° il. pi. New York, 
1892-1904. 

For earlier 'volumes, see American garden. 

V. 13-14, published monthly; v. 15-16, published semi-monthly. 
V. 13, edited by E. A. Long and T. Greiner. v. 14, edited by L. H. Bailey. 
V. 15-25, edited by Leonard Barron. 
No more published. 

American gladiolus society. Bulletin, no. 1-7. 8°. n. d 
[1910-13]. 

American guano company. Report of experiments with 
American guano. [lst]-2d. 8°. New York, 1859-60. 

American horticultural annual; a year book of horticultural 
progress for the professional and amateur gardener, fruit 
grower, and florist. 1867-1871. 12°. il. New York, 1867- 
71. 
No more published. 

American horticultural society. Transactions, v. 3-5. 
1885-1888. 8°- Indianapolis, 1885-88. 
For earlier volumes, see Mississippi valley horticultural society. 

Transactions. 

The American horticulturist; a monthly magazine, v. 1, 
no. 1-2. Nov.-Dec. 1911. 4°. il. Fowler, Ind., 1911. 

The American horticulturist; devoted to horticulture, flori- 
culture, agriculture, and kindred subjects, [monthly]. 
V. 1-2, no. 4. Sept. 1885-Dec. 1886. 8°. il. Detroit, 
Mich., 1885-86. 
Edited by C. W. Garfield. 
In Jan. 1887, united with Popular gardening and fruit growing. 

American husbandry; containing an account of the soil, 
climate, production, and agriculture of the British colonies 
in North America and the West Indies, with observations on 
the advantages and disadvantages of settling in them, com- 
pared with Great Britain and Ireland. By an American. 
2 V. 8°. pp. I/. 1. 472. V. 2. 319, [16]. London, 1775. 

American institute of the city of New York. Annual re- 
port. 3d, 5th-32d. 1843, 1846-1871/72. 8°. il. Albany, 
[1844]-72. 

1850-60, title reads: Transactions. 

Abstracts of the proceedings for 1844^-46 are printed in New York 
state agricultural society. Annual report, 1844-46. 

Horticultural report of the 21st annual fair, New 

York city, Oct. 1848. 8°. pp. 24. New York, 1848. 

The journal of the American institute; a monthly 

pubhcation devoted to the interests of agriculture, com- 
merce, manufactures and the arts. v. 1—4. Oct. 1835-Sept. 
1839. 8°. il. New York, 1836-40. 

Proceedings of the national convention of farmers, 



gardeners, and silk culturists, held in connection with the 
18th[-19th] annual fair, 1845[-1846]. 8°. New York, 1846. 

American jadoo company. About jadoo. 4°. pp. 16. il. 
col. pi. [Philadelphia, 1898]. 

American journal of agriculture and science, [monthly], no. 
18,31. Oct. 1847, Nov. 1848. 8°. il. New York, eic, 1847- 
48. 

The American journal of forestry, devoted to the interests of 
forest tree planting, the formation and care of woodlands, 
and ornamental planting generally, and to the various econ- 
omies therein concerned. Edited by F.B. Hough, [monthly]. 
Sept. 1882-Sept. 1883. 8°. Cincinnati, 0., 1882-83. 
No more published. 

The American journal of horticulture and florist's com- 
panion, [monthly], v. 1-5. Jan. 1867-June 1869. 8° il. 
pi. Boston, 1867-69. 

Continued under the title: Tilton's journal of horticulture and florisVs 
comvanion. 

The American journal of science; [estabUshed by Benjamin 
Silliman]. v. 1-10, 17-172 (4th ser. v. 22). [1818]-1826, 
1830-1906. 8°. il. pi. New Haven, 1819-1906. 
V. 1, 2d ed., published in New York. 

V. 2-118, title reads: The American journal of science and arts. 
V. 50, 1846, is general index to v. 1-49. Beginning with v. 60, 1850, an 
index is published at the end of every tenth volume. 



American museum of natural history, New York city. 
Annual report of the president, etc. 27th. 1895. 8°. 
New York, 1896. 

The American naturalist, [monthly], v. 1-49. Mar. 1867- 
Dec. 1915. 8°. il. pi. Boston, etc., 1867-1915. -^ 

American nut journal; devoted to nut growing interests gen- 
erally throughout the Americas, [monthly], v. 1-3. June, 
1914-Dec. 1915. f°. il. Rochester, N. Y., 1914-15. -> 

American park and outdoor art association. Report, 
v. 1-7. 1897-1903. 8°. Boston, etc., [1897J-1904. 

Wanting v. 4, pt. 2. 

June 10, 1904, united with the American league for civic improvement, 

and continued as the American civic association. 

American peony society. A bulletin of peony news. no. 1. 
Together with the proceedings of the American peony 
society for 1914 & 1915. 8°. n. p., 1915. 

Proceedings, for the years 1903-1913. 8°. n. p., 

1909-14. 

Ist-llth annual meetings. 

Proceedings for 1914 & 1915 are included in its Bulletin of peony news, 

no. 1, 1915. 

American pomological congress. See American pomo- 
logical society. Proceedings. 

American pomological society. Catalogue of fruits rec- 
ommended for cultivation in the various sections of the 
United States. Revised by a committee of the society. 8°. 
pp. 39. Washington, 1897. (United States. Department 
of agriculture. Division of pomology. Bulletin no. 6.) 

Revised catalogue of fruits, etc. 8°. pp. 63. 

map. Washington, 1899. (United States. Department of 
agriculture. Division of pomology. Bulletin no. 8.) 

Proceedings of the [lst]-31st session, [biennial]. 

1850-1909. 8° (1871-91, 4°). il. pi. Boston, etc., 1851- 
1909. 

A period of three years between the 10th session, 1864, and the 11th ses- 
sion, 1867; a period of four years between the 23d session, 1891, and 
the 24th session, 1895. 1850-1852, title reads: Report (Proceedings) of 
the American pomological congress. This congress was formed by the 
union of the National convention of fruit growers and the North Amer- 
ican pomological convention, both organized in 1848. 

Special report. The cherry; together with reports and 

papers on pear, plum, peach, grape, and small fruit. By com- 
mittees of the American pomological society, edited by the 
secretary. 8°- pp. 82. pi. Ithaca, N. Y., 1905. 

The American review of tropical agriculture. A monthly 
journal of agriculture, forestry, and related sciences, applied 
to the tropics of America, v. 1, no. 1-9. Jan.-Sept. 1910. 
8° pi. Mexico City, 1910. 

The American rose culturist; being a practical treatise on the 
propagation, cultivation, and management of the rose. To 
which are added full directions for the treatment of the 
dahlia. 12° pp. 96. il. New York, 1852. (Saxton's cot- 
tage and farm library.) 

American rose society. Annual proceedings and bulletin. 
1905, 1911-1914. 8°. il. [Boston, etc., 1905-15?]. 

American rural home, [weekly], v. 9, no. 5, 37, 44, 50; v. 
10, no. 39, 44; v. 11, no. 6, 8, 13, 17; v. 13, no. 5. Feb. 1, 
Sept. 13, Nov. 1, Dec. 13, 1879; Sept. 25, Oct. 30, 1880; 
Feb. 5, Feb. 19, Mar. 26, Apr. 23, 1881; Feb. 3, 1883. f°. 
il. Rochester, N. Y., 1879-83. 

The American seedsman; a magazine and directory pub- 
lished monthly for the seed trade of America, v. 1, no. 8. 
June, 1885. 8°. pp. 32. La Plume, Pa., 1885. 

American society of landscape architects. See Landscape 

architecture. 

American society of naturalists. Records, v. 1-2, no. 1, 
6. 1884-1896, 1901. 4° Boston, etc., 1884-1901. 

1884-85, title reads: Records of the Society of naturalists, eastern 
United States. 

American steel and wire company, publishers. »Eradica- 
tion of farm weeds by sulphate of iron. 4°. pp. 15. [Chi- 
cago, 1901]. 



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Ames, Oakes. A contribution to our knowledge of the orchid 
flora of southern Florida. With illustrations by Mrs. 
Oakes Ames. 8°. pp. 22, [1]. pi. 12. Cambridge, Mass., 
1904. (Contributions from the Ames botanical laboratory, 
no. 1.) 

Descriptions of new species of Acoridium from the 

Philippines. 8° pp. [11]. [Washington, 1906]. (Contri- 
butions from the Ames botanical laboratory, no. 5.) 

From Proceedings of the Biological society of Washington, v. 19, 1906, pp. 
143-153. 

Hybrids in Spiranthes and Habenaria. 8°. pp. 4. 



plate. [Boston, etc., 1903]. 

"From Rhodora, v. S," 1903, pp. 261-264. 

Orchidaceae halconenses; an enumeration of the 



orchids collected on and near Mount Halcon, Mindoro, 
chiefly by E. D. Merrill. 8°. pp. [27]. Manila, 1907. 
(Contributions from the Ames botanical laboratory, no. 7.) 

' ' Reprinted from the Philippine journal of science, v. 2, no. 4, section Ct 
Botany, July 1907," pp. 311-337. 

Orchidaceae; illustrations and studies of the family 



Orchidaceae. Issued from the Ames botanical laboratory. 
North Easton, Massachusetts, fasc. 1-4. 8°. il. pi. 79. 
Boston, etc., 1905-10. 
Fasc. 3 is 2d ed. 

Amesbury (Mass.) and Salisbury agricultural and horti- 
cultursd society. Transactions of the annual fair. 18th- 
29th, 32d. 1881-1892, 1895. 8°. Amesbury, 1892-96. 

1892-1895, title reads: Premium list . . . with secretary's and treas- 
urer's report. 

Amherst, Alicia. See Cecil, Mrs. A. M. T. Amherst. 

L'amico dei campi; periodico mensile di orticoltura ed agri- 
coltura. Aimo 1-5. 8° Trieste, 1865-69. 

Wanting anno 2, no. 9-12, anno 5, no. 2, 6, 7. 

Amman, Johann. Stirpium rariorum in imperio rutheno 
sponte provenientium icones et descriptiones. Instar sup- 
plementi ad Conunentar. Acad, scient. imper. 4°. pp. 
[10], 210, [13]. pi. 35, PetropoU, 1739. 

Amoreux, Pierre Joseph. Recherches et experiences sur les 
divers lichens dont on peut faire usage en m^decine et dans 
les arts. 8°. pp. 103. [Lyon], 1787. {In M^moires 
couronn^s en I'ann^e 1786 par I'Acad^mie des sciences, 
belles-lettres et arts de Lyon. 1787.) 

Amos, William. Minutes in agriculture and planting. On 
the structure and component principles of vegetables, on 
the culture and use of nine of the best artificial and of eight 
of the best natural grasses ... on the construction and use 
of a sward dresser ... a, thistle cutter ... a compound 
roller ... a tree transplanter, etc. Ed. 2. f°. pp. viii, 92. 
pi. 9 (2 col.). 10 specimens of grasses. Boston [Eng.], 1810. 

Analytical guide to the natural orders of the vegetable king- 
dom. See (Ordway, J. M., compiler]. 

Analytical table of Lindley's natural order of plants. See 
[Ordway, J. M., compiler]. 

Anders, J. M. House-plants as sanitary agents; or. The rela- 
tion of growing vegetation to health and disease, comprising 
also a consideration of the subject of practical floriculture 
and of the sanitary influences of forests and plantations. 
12°. pp. 334. Philadelphia, 1887. 

Anderson, Alexander Pierce. The asparagus rust in South 
Carolina. 8°. pp. 15. il. GreenviUe, 1899. (South Caro- 
lina. Agricultural experiment station. Bulletin no. 38.) 

Anderson, F. W., illustrator. See Ellis, J. B., and Everhart, 
B. M. The North American Pyrenomycetes. 

Anderson, George Watson, compiler. The law of the roadside. 
See Massachusetts society for promoting agriculture. 

Anderson, James (1739-1808). An essay on quick-lime as a 
cement and as a manure. See Marshall, Charles. An in- 
troduction to the Jsnowledge and practice of gardening. 

] Essays relating to agriculture and rural affairs. By 



Miscellaneous observations on planting and train- 
ing timber-trees, particularly calculated for the climate of 
Scotland; in a series of letters, by Agricola [pseud.]. 8°. pp. 
[5], 230. Edinburgh, 1777. 

A practical treatise on draining bogs and swampy 



grounds . . . with cursory remarks upon the originality of 
Mr. Elkington's mode of draining. 8°. pp. 308. London, 
1797. 

A practical treatise on peat moss, considered as iii its 



natural state fitted for affording fuel, or as susceptible 
of being converted into mold capable of yielding abundant 
crops of useful produce; with full directions for converting 
it from the state of peat into that of mold, and afterwards 
cultivating it as a soil. 8°. pp. xxvi, 150. Edinburgh, 1794. 

Anderson, James, editor. New practical gardener and modem 
horticulturist. 4°. pp. 988. il. pi. 39 (27 col.). London, 
[1873?]. 

Anderson, P. J., and Rankin, W. H. Endothia canker of 
chestnut. 8°. il. pi. 5 (1 col.). Ithaca, [1914]. (Cornell 
university. Agricultural experiment station. Bulletin no. 
347, pp. 529-618.) 
" Bibliography," pp. 611-618. 

Anderson, Thomas. Ceylon Acanthaceae. 8°. pp. 14. 
[London, 1864]. 

"Reprinted from Thwaite's Enumeration of Ceylon plants." 

Andersson, Nils Johan. Monographia SaUcum. 4°. pp. ii, 
[2], 180. pi. 9. [Hohniae, 1867]. 

" Kongl. svenaka vetenskaps-akademiens handlingar, bandet 6, no. 1." 

Salices boreaU-americanae; a synopsis of North 

American willows. 8°. pp. [29]. [Cambridge, 1858]. 

Proceedings of the American academy of arts and sciences, v. 4, 1860, pp. 

50-78. 

Interleaved copy, with J. L. Russell's notes, tables, etc. 

Andre, fidouard. L'art dee jardins; traite general de la 
composition des pares et jardins. 8°. pp. viii, 888. il. 
frontis. col. pi. 11. Paris, 1879. 

Bromeliaceae Andreanae; description et histoire des 

bromffiac^es r^colt^es dans le Colombie, I'ficuador, et le 
V6n6zuaa, 4°. pp. xi, 118. pi. 40. Paris, [1889]. 

Un mois en Russie; notes de voyage d'un membre du 



jury 3, I'Exposition Internationale d'horticulture de Saint- 
P^tersbourg. 12°. pp. vi, 282. il. Paris, 1870. 

Les plantes a feuillage ornamental. Description, his- 



toire, culture et distribution des plantes 4 belles feuilles nou- 
vellement employees k la decoration des squares, pares et 
jardins. Ed. 2. 16°. pp. 256. U. Paris, 1866. (BibUo- 
th^que scientifique horticole, agricole, forestifere et popu- 
laire.) 

Plantes de terre de bruySres. Description, histoire, 



a farmer. 8° pp. xxxiv, 472. pi. 3. Edinburgh, 1775 



et culture des rhododendrons, azal^es, camellias, bruyfires, 
6pacris, etc., et des principaux genres d'arbres, arbustes, 
arbrisseaux et plantes vivaces de plein air ou de serre que 
Ton cultive en terre de bruyeres. 12°- pp. iv, 388. il. 
Paris, [1865]. 

See Riviire, Auguste, Andrg, fidouard, and Roze, 

Ernest. Les fougferes. 

Andrew, George L. The sanitary value of forests. 8°. pp. 
11. Cambridge, 1879. 

" Reprinted from the Transactions of the American public health assoda^ 
tion, V. 4." 

Andrew, John Albion. An address delivered before the New 
England agricultural society, Springfield, Mass., Sept. 9, 
1864. 8°. pp. 22. Boston, 1864. 

An address dehvered by invitation of the Agricul- 
tural society of Vermont at the fair held by that society and 
the Agricultural society of New England, Sept. 7, 1866. 8°. 
pp. 44. Brattleboro, 1866. 

Andrews, Albert Leroy. Philological aspects of the " Plants 
of Wineland the Good." 8°. pp. [8]. [Boston, etc., 1913]. 
Rhodora. v. 16, 1913, pp. 28-35. 

Andrews, Christopher Columbus. Report to the Depart- 
ment of state on the forests and forest culture of Sweden. 
8°. pp. 48. Washington, 1872. 



CATALOGUE OF THE LIBRARY 



Andrews, Ethan Allen. A copious and critical Latin-English 
lexicon, founded on the larger Latin-German lexicon of 
William Freund; with additions and corrections from the 
lexicons of Gesner, Facciolati, Scheller, Georges, etc. 4°. 
pp. xxii, 1663. New York, 1873. 

Andrews, Henry C. The botanist's repository for new and 
rare plants; containing coloured figures of such plants as 
have not hitherto appeared in any similar publication, with 
all their essential characters, botanically arranged after the 
sexual system of the celebrated Linnaeus, in English and 
Latin. To each description is added a short history of the 
plant. 10 V. 4°. col. pi. 664. London, 1797-[1812]. 

Geraniums; or, A monograph of the genus Geranium, 



containing coloured figures of all the known species and 
numerous beautiful varieties, drawn, engraved, described, 
and coloured from the living plants. 2 v. 4° col. pi. 124. 
London, 1805. 

The heathery; or, A monograph of the genus Erica, 



containing coloured engravings, with Latin and English de- 
scriptions, dissections, etc., of all the known species of that 
extensive and distinguished tribe of plants. Ed. 2. 6 v. 
8°. col. pi. 300. London, 1845. 

Andrews, James. Choice garden flowers; their cultivation and 
general treatment in all seasons. 16° various paging, col. 
pi. 12. London, 1860. 

Andrews, Luman. See Bissell, C. H., and Andrews, Luman. 
Flora of the town of Southington, Conn. 

Andrieu, Pierre. Treatment of vintage by diffusion. Trans- 
lated by Raymond Dubois and W. P. Wilkinson. 8°. pp. 
32. il. Melbourne, [1902]. (Victoria. Department of agri- 
culture. Bulletin no. 2.) 

" Reprinted from the Journal of the Department." 

&iidry,C.L.F., translator. See Mandirola, (Le sieur) . Ma- 
nuel du jardinier. 
Angers, Societe d' horticulture d'. See Societe d'horti- 

culture d' Angers. 
Angers, Societe nationale d'agriculture, sciences et arts 

d'. See Society nationale d'agriculture, sciences, et 

arts d' Angers. 
Angreville, J. E. d'. La flore vaUaisanne. 12°. pp. viii, 218. 

Geneve, etc., 1862. 

The cover bears date 1863. 
Annalen der blumisterei fiir gartenbesitzer, kunstgartner, 

samenhandler, und blumenfreunde. v. 1-12. 12°. col. pi. 

Ntirnberg, etc., 1825-36. 

Edited by J. B. von Reider. 

V. 9-12 have also the title: Neue annalen der blumisterei fur garten- 
besitzer,' kun.stgartner, samenhandler, und blumenfreunde, jahrg. 1-4. 

Annales d'horticulture et de botanique; ou, Flore des jardins 
du royaume des Pays-Bas, et histoire des plantes cultiv6es 
les plus int&essantes des possessions n6erlandaises aux 
Indes Orientales, de l'Am6rique et du Japon. PubMe par 
la Society royale d'horticulture des Pays-Bas. v. 1-5. 4°. 
il. pi. Leide, 1858-62. 

Annales de pomologie beige et itrangere; publi^es par la 
Commission royale de pomologie. Ann^e 1-8. 1853-1860. 
f°. pi., col. & uncol. firuxelles, 1853-60. 
No more published. 

Annales foresti^res. [monthly], v. 1-22. 1842-1863. 8°. 
il. pi. Paris, 1842-63. 

V. 14-22, title reads: Annales forestitos et mfitallurgiques. 
1864 and 1865 wanting. In 1866 united with Bevue des eoui et forits. 

Table alphab^tique et raisonn^e des mati&res conte- 

nues dans la premiere s&ie, anuses 1842 h 1846. 8°. pp. 48. 
Paris, 1848. 

Annals and magazine of natural history, v. 13, no. 86. May 

1844. 8°. London, 1844. 
Annals of botany. Edited by I. B. Balfour [and others]. 

[quarterly], v. 1-29. Aug. 1887-Oct. 1915. 8°. il. pi. 

London, etc., 1887-1915. ->■ 

Index to v. 1-10, 1887-1896. Prepared by T. G. HiU. 

8°. pp. [4], 64. London, etc., 1901. 



Index to V. 1 1-20, 1897-1906. Prepared by T. G. Hill. 

8°. pp. 42. London, etc., 1907. 

Annals of botany; editors, Charles Konig and John Sims. 
V. 2. 8° pi. portrait. [^London, 1806]. 

Imperfect copy. 

Annals of horticulture and year-book of information on prac- 
tical gardening. 5 v. 4° il. col. pi. 5. London, 1846-50. 

This work was published in numbers as the Horticultural magazine. 
The finished volumes were issued with the title Annals of horticulture. 

Annals of natural history; or. Magazine of zoology, botany, 
and geology, [monthly], v. 1, no. 1-6. Mar.-Aug. 1838. 
8°. pi. London, 1838. 

Formed by the union of Magazine of zoology and botany, and the Com- 
panion to the Botanical magazine. 

Annuaire des eaux et for^ts. 1879-1900, 1914. v. 18-39, 53. 
16° Paris, 1879-1914. 

Annual dahlia register, for 1836; containing particulars of the 
introduction of the dahlia into this country, mode of culti- 
vation and management, etc. By an amateur. 8°. pp. vi, 
104. col. pi. 54. London, 1836. 

Anthony, Roy D. See Hedrick, U. P., and Anthony, R. D. 
Inheritance of certain characters of grapes. 

Antbophilus, Isidor. Wohlbew&hrtes garten-buch, worinnen 
nicht nur von vielen seltenen geheimnissen sondern auch von 
den pflanzen, blumen, und andern garten-gew&ohsen, auch 
der baum-zucht, von allerhand ordin&ren, wie auch besonders 
von zwerg-b&umen n&tzliohe anzeige und grftndliche nach- 
richt. 16°. pp. [6], 370, [6]. il. frontis. Lucern, etc., 1758. 

Antoine, Franz. Abbindung von 51 pfirsich gattungen nach 
der natur. f°. pp. [4], 20, [2], 22, [2]. frontis. col. pi. 50. 
Wien, 1821. 

In German and Hungarian. 

Antoine, Franz. Phyto-iconographie der bromeliaceen des 
kaiserUchen konigUchen Hofburg-gartens in Wien. Text & 
atlas. 4° & f°. pp. viii, 54. pi. 35. Wien, 1884. 

Antwerp. Congres international de botanique et d'- 
horticulture, Anvers, 1885. See Congres interna- 
tional de botanique et d'horticulture, Anvers, 1885. 

Apgar, Austin Craig. Ornamental shrubs of the United 
States, hardy, cultivated. 12°. pp. 352. il. New York, etc., 
[1910]. 

Trees of the northern United States, their study, de- 
scription, and determination; for the use of schools and 
private students. 12°. pp. 224. il. New York, etc., [1892]. 

Apple orcharding in Ontario. 8°. pp.64, il. Toronto, 1911. 
(Ontario. Department of agriculture. Bulletin no. 194.) 

The apple speciaUst. [monthly], v. 1, no. 4-12; v. 2, no. 1- 

8, 12; V. 3, no. 2. July 1904r-Mar. 1905; Apr.-Nov. 1905; 
Mar., May 1906. f°. il. Quincy, 111., 1904r-06. 

The apple world, [monthly], v. 1, no. 1-2. June-Jul. 1914. 
4°. il. Baltimore, 1914. 

Appleby, Thomas. The orchid manual, for the cultivation 
of stove, greenhouse, and hardy orchids; with a calendar 
of monthly operations, and classified Usts of species. 16°. 
pp. [1], 92. il. pi. 9. London, n. d. 

Appleton, Francis Henry. Address at the opening of the New 
England agricultural fair, Portland, Maine, Aug. 27, 1895. 
8°. pp. 11. n. p., [1895]. 

Address on the occasion of the dedication of the new 

building of the Massachusetts horticultural society [Nov. 

9, 1901]. 8°. pp. 16. Boston, 1902. 

Arborea; bulletin of the Massachusetts tree wardens and 
foresters association, [quarterly], v. 1-2, no. 3. May, 
1914^Nov. 1915. 8°. [Worcester, 1914-15]. -^ 

Arboriculture; a magazine of the International society of 
arboriculture, v. 1-8. Sept. 1902-Oct. 1909. 8°. il. Chi- 
cago, etc., 1902-09. 

Edited by J. P. Brown. 

v. 1-1, monthly; v. 5-7, bi-monthly; v. 8, quarterly. 

No more published. 



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Archer, Thomas Croxen. Profitable plants; a description of 
the principal articles of vegetable origin used for food, 
clothing, tanning, dyeing, building, medicine, perfumery, 
etc. 16°. pp. xi, 359. col. pi. 20. London, [1865]. 
A reissue of his " Popular economic botany," with new title-page. 

Arddne, Jean Paul Rome d'. Tractat von den ranunkeln 
worinnen nebst andern physischen wahrnehmungen auch 
zum feldbau und zur g&rtnerey geh6rige nfitzliche anmer- 
kungen vorkommen. Aus dem Franz6sischen ftbersetzet 
vonD. G. L.H. 16°. pp. [12], 460, [20]. frontis. col. pi. 6. 
Nirnberg, 1754. 

Traits des oeillets, par I'auteur du Traite des jacintes. 

24°. pp. 403, [2]. pl. 3. Avignon, 1762. 

[ ] Traits des renoncules, dans lequel outre ce qui con- 

cerne ces fleurs, on trouvera des observations physiques et 
plusieurs remarques utiles, soit pour ragriculture, soit pour 
lajardinage. 12° pp. [7], 279. pl. 6. frontis. Paris, 1746. 

[ ] Traits des tulipes qui non-seulement rSunit tout ce 

qu'on avoit prScSdemment Scrit de raisonnable, mais est aug- 
ments de quantitS de remarques nouvelles sur I'Sducation 
de cette belle fleur. Par I'auteur du TraiU des renoncules. 
16°. pp. 252, [4]. pl. 2. Avignon, 1760. 

[ ] Traits sur la connoissance et la culture des jacintes, 

par I'auteur du TraU6 des renoncules. 16°. pp. 156. pl. 2. 
Avignon, 1759. 

[Ardoino, HonorS]. Flore analytique du dSpartement des 
Alpes-mari times; ou, Description succincte des plantes vas- 
culaires qui croissent spontanSment entre le versant est 
de I'EstSrel et la Roia, les Alpes et la mer. Ed. 2. 12°. 
pp. XXX, 470. Menton, etc., 1879. 

Arequipa, Peru. Instituto agricola. Catalogo de las plantas 
cultivadas en el Instituto agricola de Arequipa, colegio Sale- 
siano, 1902-1903. 24°. pp. 28. Arequipa, 1902. 

Arizona. Agricultural experiment station, Tucson. Annual 
report. lst-3d, 5th-25th. 1889/90-1892, 1894r-1913/14. 
8° Tucson, [1891]-1914. -^ 

Bulletin, no. 1-74. 8°. Tucson, [1890]- 

1915. -» 

Arkansas. Agricultural experiment station, Fayetteville. An- 
nual report. lst-4th, 8th-15th, 17th, 18th. 1888-1891, 
1895-1902, 1904, 1905. 8°. Little Rook, 1889-[1905]. 

16th report not issued. 

Bulletin, no. 2-111, 113-119. 8° Little 



Rock, [1888]-1914. 

Circular, no. 2, 10, 13-16. 8° 



12. 



Arkansas state horticultural society. Proceedings of the 
annual session. 23d-24th. 1903-1904. 8° & 12°. [Siloam 
Springs, 1903-04]. 

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■ Contributions to the flora of British New Guinea. 

f° pp. 3. pi. 3. [Brisbane], n. d. 

Contributions to the flora of British New Guinea. 

2 pt. 8°. [Brisbane, 1907-10]. 

"Extract from the Queensland agricultural journal," v. 19, 1907, pp. 
273-274; v. 24, 1910, pp. 20-23. 

Contributions to the flora of New Guinea. 4 pt. 8°. 

pi. [Brisbane, 1898-1901]. 

"Extract from the Queensland agricultural journal,*' v. 3, pt. 2, 1898, pp. 
1-9; V. 6, 1900, p. 287; v. 9, 1901, pp. 215, 410-412. 

=- Contributions to the flora of New Guinea and Queens- 
land. 8°. pp. 5. [Brisbane, 1898]. 

"Extract from the Queensland agricultural journal,*' v. 3, 1898, pp. 201- 
205. 

■ Contributions to the flora of Queensland. 39 pt. 8°. 

a. pi. [Brisbane, 1897-1914]. 

"Extract from the Queensland agricultural journal," v. 1-29, 1897-1914. 

Contributions to the flora of Queensland and British 

New Guinea. 4 pt. 8°. plate. [Brisbane, 1909-10]. 

" Extract from the Queensland agricultural journal," v. 23, 1909, pp. 
157-159, 217-221, 259-263; v. 24, p. 60. 

Contributions to the flora of Queensland and New 



Guinea. 8°. pp. [5]. pi. 2. [Brisbane, 1898]. 

"Extract from the Queensland agricultural journal," v. 3, 1898, pp. 281— 
285. 

Contributions to the flora of Queensland and New 

Guinea, and plants poisonous to stock. 8° pp. [3]. plate. 
[Brisbane, 1899]. 

" Extract from theQueensland agricultural journal," v. 4, 1899, pp. 47-49. 



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Bailey, Frederick Manson (Continued). Contributions to the 
Queensland flora. 8°. il. pi. Brisbane, 1893-1903. 
(Queensland. Department of agriculture. Botany bulle- 
tin, no. 3-16.) 

Botany bulletins 3-7 are also Bulletins 9, 13, 18, 20, and 21 of the regular 
series. 

Edible fruits indigenous to Queensland. 8°. pp. 2. 



New Haven, 1846-[47]. 

"From the American journal of science and artSy" 2d ser., v. 3, 1846- 
47, pp. 80-86, 399-403. 

and Harvey, William Henry. Algae. 4°. pi. 9. 



(Cornell university. Agricultural experiment station. 
Bulletin no. 99.) 



The China asters. With remarks upon flower-beds. 

8°. pp. [26]. il. Ithaca, 1895. (Cornell university. Agri- 
cultural experiment station. Bulletin no. 90.) 

Chorogi. Stachys Sieboldi. 8°. il. [Ithaca, 1891]. 



col. plate. [Brisbane, 1898]. 

" Extract from the Queensland agricultural Journal^" v. 2, 1898, pp. 471- 
472. 

A few Queensland grasses, with short notes, range of 

each species, &c. 8°. pp. 30. Brisbane, 1888. (Centen- 
nial international exhibition, Melbourne, 1888.) 

Job's tears, Coix Lachryma-Jobi, a useful fodder. 



(Cornell university. Agricultural experiment station. Bul- 
letin no. 37, pp. 394-400.) 

Cross-breeding and hybridizing. The philosophy of 



the crossing of plants considered with reference to their im- 
provement under cultivation; with a brief bibhography of 
the subject. 12°. pp. 44. New York, 1892. (Rural library, 
V. 1, no. 6.) 

The cultivated native plums and cherries. 8° 



8°. p. 1. plate. [Brisbane, 1899]. 

" Extract from the Queensland agricultural journal," v. 4, 1899, p. 196. 

Plants reputed poisonous to stock, and contributions 



pp. [86]. il. [Ithaca, 1892]. (Cornell university. Agricul- 
tural experiment station. Bulletin no. 38.) 

The cultivated poplars; with remarks upon the 



to the flora of New Guinea. 8°. pp. [3]. pi. 2. [Brisbane, 
1900]. 

" Extract from the Queensland agricultural journal," v. 7, 1900, pp. 348— 
350. 

Queensland woods, with a brief popular description 

of the trees, their distribution, quaUties, uses of timber, &c. 
8°. pp. 123. plate. Brisbane, 1888. (Centennial inter- 
national exhibition, Melbourne, 1888.) 

Bailey, H. S. See Thompson, H. C, and Bailey, H. S. 

Peanut oil. 
Bailey, Jacob Whitman. Account of some new infusorial 

forms discovered in the fossil infusoria from Petersburg, 

Va., and Piscataway, Md. 8°. pp. 7. plate. New Haven, 

1844. 

*' From the American journal of science, v. 46," 1844, pp. 137-142. 

On the crystals which occur spontaneously formed in 

the tissues of plants^ 8°. pp. 18. plate. New Haven, 1845. 

** Extracted from the American journal of science, v. 48," 1845, pp. 
17-32. 

Microscopical observations made in South Carolina, 



planting of grounds. 8°. pp. [36]. il. [Ithaca, 1894]. 

(Cornell university. Agricultural experiment station. 
Bulletin no. \68.) 

The cultivation of orchards. 8° pp. [22]. il. 



[Ithaca, 1894]. (Cornell university. Agricultural experi- 
ment station. Bulletin no. 72.) 

editor. Cyclopedia of American horticulture; corn- 



Georgia, and Florida. f°. pp. 48. pi. 3. [Washington, 
1851]. (Smithsonian contributions to knowledge, v. 2, art. 
8.) 

Notes on the algae of the United States. 8°. pp. [11]. 



[Philadelphia, 1874]. {In Wilkes, Charles. United States 
exploring expedition during the years 1838-1842, v. 17, 
pp. 153-192.) 
Bailey, John Frederick. Notes on some Queensland orchids. 
8°. pp. 8. n. p., [1899?]. 

"Paper read before the Horticultural society of Queensland, Dec. 13, 
1898." 

• Report on the timber trees of the Herberton district. 

North Queensland. 8°. pp. [15]. pi. 9. [Brisbane, 1899]. 

*' Extract from the Queensland agricultural journal," v. 5, 1899, pp. 391— 
405. 

Bailey, John M. The book of ensilage; or. The new dispen- 
sation for farmers. 8°. pp. 202. il. pi. BUlerica, Mass., 
1880. 

[New ed.j 8°. pp. 140. il. New York, 

1881. 

Bailey, Liberty Hyde. American grape training: an account 
of the leading forms now in use of training the American 
grapes. 12°. pp. 95. il. New York, 1893. 

Annals of horticulture in North America. A witness 

of passing events and a record of progress. 1889-1893. 
5 V. 8°. il. New York, 1890-94. 

Apricot growing in western New York. 8°. pp. [26]. 

il. pi. 2. [Ithaca, 1894]. (Cornell university. Agricul- 
tural experiment station. Bulletin no. 71.) 

Blackberries. 8°. pp. [26]. il. [Ithaca, 1895]. 



prising suggestions for cultivation of horticultural plants, 
descriptions of the species of fruits, vegetables, flowers and 
ornamental plants sold in the United States and Canada, 
together with geographical and biographical sketches and a 
synopsis of the vegetable kingdom. By L. H. Bailey, assisted 
by Wilhelm Miller and many expert cultivators and botan- 
ists. 4 V. 4°. il. pi. New York, etc., 1900-02. 

Ed. 4. 6 V. 4°. il. pi. New York, 1908. 

-] The dewberries. 8°. pp. [40]. il. Ithaca, 1891. 



(Cornell university. Agricultural experiment station. Bul- 
letin no. 34.) 

Does mulching retard the maturity of fruits? 8°. 



pp. [14]. il. [Ithaca, 1893]. (Cornell university. Agricul- 
tural experiment station. Bulletin no. 59.) 

The dwarf hma bean. 8°. pp. [24]. il. [Ithaca, 



1895]. (Cornell university. Agricultural experiment sta- 
tion. Bulletin no. 87.) 

Electricity and plant growing. 8°. pp. [26]. [Boston, 



1894]. 

Transactions of the Massachusetts Horticultural society, 1894, pt. 1, pp. 54- 
79. 

• Evaporated raspberries in western New York. 8°. 

pp. [40]. il. [Ithaca, 1895]. (Cornell university. Agri- 
cultural experiment station. Bulletin no. 100.) 

— ■ — • Extension work in horticulture. 8°. pp. [48]. 
[Ithaca, 1896]. (Cornell university. Agricultural experi- 
ment station. Bulletin no. 110.) 

— Second report. 8°. pp. [34]. il. [Ithaca, 

1896]. (Cornell university. Agricultural experiment sta- 
tion. Bulletin no. 122.) 

- Field notes on apple culture. 12°. pp. 90. il. 



frontis. New York, 1886. 

First lessons with plants, being an abridgement of 

" Lessons with plants: suggestions for seeing and interpret- 
ing some of the common forms of vegetation." With deline- 
ations from nature by W. S. Holdsworth. 12°. pp. x, 117. 
il. New York, etc., 1898. 

The forcing-book. A manual of the cultivation of 



vegetables in glass houses.- 16°. pp. xiii, 266. il. New 
York, etc., 1897. (Garden-craft series.) 

[— ] The forcing of EngUsh cucumbers. 8°. pp. [17]. 

il. pi. 2. Ithaca, 1891. (Cornell university. Agricultural 
experiment station. Bulletin no. 31.) 

Fruit brevities. 8°. pp. [48]. il. Ithaca, 1896. 

(Cornell university. Agricultural experiment station. Bul- 
letin no. 117.) 

■ The garden fence. Lecture read at the country meet- 
ing of the Massachusetts state board of agriculture at Fram- 
ingham, Deo. 1885. 8°. pp. 33. Boston, 1886. 



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Bailey, Liberty Hyde (Continued). General observations re- 
specting the care of fruit trees, with some reflections upon 
weeds. 8°. pp. [26]. il. [Ithaca, 1895]. (Cornell university. 
Agricultural experiment station. Bulletin no. 102.) 

[ ] Hints on rural adornment, with lists of hardy orna- 
mental plants. Horticultural experiments^ and lists of 
recent acquisitions in fruits. 8°. pp. 18. Lansing, [1886]. 
(Michigan. Agricultural college. Bulletin no. 12.) 

Hints on rural school grounds. 8° pp. [20]. il. 



Ithaca, 1899. (Cornell tmiversity. Agricultural experiment 
station. Bulletin no. 160.) 

Hints on the planting of orchards. 8° pp. [16]. 



il. plate. [Ithaca, 1894]. (Cornell university. "Agricul- 
tural experiment station. Bulletin no. 69.) 

The horticulturist's rule-boolc. A compendium of 



useful information for fruit-growers, truck-gardeners, florists, 
and others. Completed to the close of the year 1889. 16°. 
pp. 236. New York, 1890. 

Ed. 2. Completed to the beginning of the 



year 1892. 12°. pp. 221. New York, [1892]. 

New and revised ed. 12°. pp. ix, 312. New 

York, etc., 1897. (Garden-craft series.) 

Impressions of our fruit-growing industries. 



pp. [21]. Ithaca, 1898. (Cornell university. Agricultural 
experiment station. Bulletin no. 153.) 

Impressions of the peach industry in western New 



York. 8°. pp. [32]. il. [Ithaca, 1894]. (Cornell univer- 
sity. Agricultural experiment station. Bulletin no. 74.) 

[ ] On the influences of certain conditions upon the 

sprouting of seeds. 8°. pp. [43]. il. Ithaca, 1889. (Cor- 
nell university. Agricultural experiment station. Bulletin 
no. 7.) 

The Japanese plums in North America. 8°. pp. 36. 



il. pi. 2. [Ithaca, 1894]. (Cornell university. Agricultural 
experiment station. Bulletin no. 62.) 

Lessons with plants; suggestions for seeing and in- 



terpreting some of the common forms of vegetation. With 
delineations from nature by W. S. Holdsworth. 12°. pp. 
xxxi, 491. il. New York, etc., 1898. 

A list of ornamental plants which are hardy in Michi- 



gan. 8°. pp. 13. Agricultural College, 1887. 

Manual of gardening; a practical guide for the mak- 



ing of home grounds and the growing of flowers, fruits, and 
vegetables for home use. Ed. 2. 12°. pp. xvi, 539. il. pi. 
New York, 1910. 

Mulberries. 8°- pp. [31]. il. [Ithaca, 1892]. (Cor- 



nell university. Agricultural experiment station. Bulletin 
no. 46.) 

The native dwarf cherries. 8°. pp. [11]. pi. 2. 



[Ithaca, 1894]. (Cornell university. Agricultural experi- 
ment station. Bulletin no. 70.) 

The nature study idea; being an interpretation of 



the new school-movement to put the child in sympathy with 
nature. 8°. pp. [7], 159. New York, 1905. 

Notes on tomatoes. 8°. pp. 16. Lansing, [1886]. 



(Michigan. Agricultural college. Bulletin no. 19.) 

Notions about the spraying of trees, with remarks 



on the canker-worm. 8°. pp. [24]. il. [Ithaca, 1895]. 
(Cornell university. Agricultural experiment station. Bul- 
letin no. 101.) 

The nursery-book. A complete guide to the multi- 



plication and pollination of plants. 12°. pp. 304. il. New 
York, 1891. 

Ed. 3. 12°. pp. xi, 365. il. New York, 



1897. (Garden-craft ^eries. 

Peach yellows. 8° pp. [20]. il. [Ithaca, 1894]. 



Physalis, or husk tomato. 8°. il. [Ithaca, 1891]. 

(Cornell university. Agricultural experiment station. 
Bulletin no. 37, pp. 382-389.) 

Plant-breeding; being five lectures upon the amelio- 



ration of domestic plants. 12°. pp. xii, 293. il. New 
York, etc., 1895. (Garden-craft series.) 

Ed. 4 . . . being six lectures upon the amelio- 



ration of domestic plants. With a new chapter on current 
plant-breeding practice. 12°. pp. xiv, 483. il. New York, 
etc., 1906. (Garden-craft series.) 

" Bibliography," pp. 365-477. 

The pole lima beans. 8°. pp. [28]. il. [Ithaca, 

1896]. (Cornell university. Agricultural experiment sta^- 
tion. Bulletin no. 115.) 

A preliminary synopsis of North American Carices, 

including those of Mexico, Central America, and Greenland, 
with the American bibliography of the genus. 8°. pp. [99], 
V. [Boston, 1887]. (Contribution from the herbarium of 
Harvard university.) 

Proceedings of the American academy of arts and sciences, v. 22, 1887, pp. 

59-157. 

"Bibliography," pp. 154-157. 

The principles of agriculture; a text-book for schools 

and rural societies. 12°. pp. xv, 300. il. New York, etc., 
1898. 

The principles of fruit-growing. 12°. pp. xi, 508. il. 



New York, etc., 1897. (Rural science series.) 

Ed. 18. 12° pp. xvii, 516. il. New York, 



etc., 1913. (Rural science series.) 

The principles of vegetable-gardening. 12°. pp. x, 



458. il. New York, etc., 1901. (Rural science series.) 

compiler. The problem of impoverished lands; being 



suggestions for investigation and experiment. 8°. pp. [36]. 
Ithaca, 1899. (Cornell university. Agricultural experiment 
station. Bulletin no. 174.) 

The pruning book; a monograph of the pruning and 



training of plants as applied to American conditions. Ed. 7. 
16°. pp. ix, 545. New York, etc., 1906. (Garden-craft 
series.) 

The quince in western New York. 8°. pp. [27]. il. 

[Ithaca, 1894]. (Cornell university. Agricultural experi- 
ment station. Bulletin no. 80.) 

The recent apple failures of western New York. 8°. 

pp. [34]. [Ithaca, 1895]. (Cornell university. Agricultural 
experiment station. Bulletin no. 84.) 

• Revised opinions of the Japanese plums. 8°. pp. 

[33]. il. [Ithaca, 1896]. (Cornell university. Agricultural 
experiment station. Bulletin no. 106.) 

Second [and third] report upon electro-horticulture. 



2 pt. 8°. pp. [31]. il. pi. 2. [Ithaca, 1892-93]. (Cornell 
imiversity. Agricultural experiment station. Bulletin, 
no. 42, 55.) 

For 1st report, see his Some preliminary studies of the influence of the 
electric arc lamp upon greenhouse plants. 

Second report upon steam and hot-water heating. 

8°. il. [Ithaca, 1893]. (Cornell university. Agricultural 
experiment station. Bulletin no. 55, pp. 162-172.) 

' For Ist report, see Card, F. W. On comparative merits of steam and 
hot water for greenhouse heating. 

Sketch of the evolution of our native fruits. 12° 



pp. xiii, 472. il. frontis. map. New York, etc., 1898. 

Sketch of the relationship between American and 



(Cornell university. Agricultural experiment station. 
Bulletin no. 75.) 

Pepino. Solanum muricatimi. 8°. il. [Ithaca, 

1891]. (Cornell university. Agricultural experiment sta- 
tion. Bulletin no. 37, pp. 389-394.) , 



eastern Asian fruits. 8°. [Washington, 1895]. (/n United 
States. Department of agriculture. Yearbook, 1894, pp. 
437-442.) 

[ ] Some preliminary studies of the influence of the 

electric arc lamp upon greenhouse plants. 8°. pp. [40]. 
il. pi. 2. Ithaca, 1891. (Cornell university. Agricultural 
experiment station. Bulletin no. 30.) 

Some recent Chinese vegetables. 8°. pp. [27]. il. 



pi. 2. [Ithaca, 1894]. (Cornell university. Agricultural 
experiment station. Bulletin no. 67.) 



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Bailey, Liberty Hyde (Continued). Some troubles of winter 
tomatoes. 8°. pp. [12]. [Ithaca, 1892]. (Cornell uni- 
versity. Agricultural experiment station. Bulletin no. 43.) 

— ; Spanish salsify. Scolymus hispanicus Linn. 8°. 

il. [Ithaca, 1891]. (Cornell university. Agricultural ex- 
periment station. Bulletin no. 37, pp. 401-403.) 

; — The standard cyclopedia of horticulture. A discus- 
sion for the amateur and the professional and commercial 
grower of the kinds, characteristics, and methods of cultiva- 
tion of the species of plants grown in the regions of the 
United States and Canada for ornament, for fancy, for fruit, 
and for vegetables. With keys to the natural families and 
genera, descriptions of the horticultural capabilities of the 
states and provinces and dependent islands, and sketches 
of eminent horticulturists, v. 1-5. 4°. il. pi., col. & 
uncol. New York, etc., 1914-16. -^ 

Studies of the types of various species of the genus 

Carex. 8°. pp. 85. [New York, 1889-90]. 

Memoirs of the Torrey botanical club, v. 1, 1889-90, pp. 1-85. 

[— — — ] A study of windbreaks in their relations to fruit- 
growing. 8°. pp. [24]. il. Ithaca, 1889. (Cornell univer- 
sity. Agricultural experiment station. Bulletin no. 9.) 

Suggestions for the planting of shrubbery. 8° 

pp. [31]. il. [Ithaca, 1896]^ (Cornell university. Agricul- 



tural experiment station. Bulletin no. 121.) 

The survival of the unlike. A collection of evolution 

essays suggested by the study of domestic plants. 12°. 
pp. 515. il. New York, etc., 1896. 

The texture of the soil. 8°. pp. [9]. il. [Ithaca, 

1896]. (Cornell university. Agricultural experiment sta- 
tion. Bulletin no. 119.) 

Third [and fourth] report of Japanese plums. 2 pt. 

8°. pp. [48]. il. Ithaca, 1897-99. (Cornell university. 
Agricultural experiment station. Bulletin, no. 139, 175.) 

For 1st and 2d reports, see his Japanese plums in North America, and 
Revised opinions of Japanese plums. 

Varieties and leaf-blight of the strawberry. 8°. 

pp. [26]. il. [Ithaca, 1894]. (Cornell university. Agricul- 
tural experiment station. Bulletin no. 79.) 

The verbena mildew. 8°. [Ithaca, 1891]. (Cornell 

university. Agricultural experiment station. Bulletin no. 
37, p. 405.) 

Whence came the cultivated strawberry? 8° 



pp. 



plants. 8°. pp. 26. il. Ithaca, 1891. (Cornell university. 
Agricultural experiment station. Bulletin no. 26.) 
" Botany of the egg plant," by L. H. Bailey, pp. 21-26. 

and Powell, George Harold. Cherries. 8°. pp. [34]. 

il. [Ithaca, 1895]. (Cornell university. Agricultural experi- 
ment station. Bulletin no. 98.) 



and Wyman, Alanson Phelps. Sweet peas. 8°. 

pp. [47]. il. [Ithaca, 1896]. (Cornell university. Agri- 
cultural experiment station. Bulletin no. 111.) 

- and others. Garden-making. Suggestions for the utiliz- 



ing of home grounds. 12°. pp. vii, 417. il. New York, 
etc., 1898. (Garden-craft series.) 

See Duggar, B. M., and Bailey, L. H. Notes upon 



celery. 

See Hunn, C. E., and Bailey, L. H. The amateur's 

practical garden-book. 

See Hunn, C. E., and Bailey, L. H. Strawberries 



under glass. 



flowers. 



Lauman, G. N., and Bailey, L. H. Annual 



See Willard, S. D., and Bailey, L. H. Notes upon 

plums for western New York. 

- reviser. See Gray, Asa. Field, forest and garden botany. 



[14]. [Philadelphia, 1894]. 

From the American naturalist, v. 28, 1894, pp. 293-306. 

Winter cauhflowers. 8°. [Ithaca, 1893]. (Cornell 

university. Agricultural experiment station. Bulletin no. 
55, pp. 158-161.) 

Winter muskmelons. 8°. pp. [22]. il. [Ithaca, 

1896]. (Cornell university. Agricultural experiment 
station. Bulletin no. 95.) 

and Corbett, Lee Cleveland. Tomato notes for 1892. 

8°. pp. [45]. il. [Ithaca, 1892]. (Cornell university. 
Agricultural experiment station. Bulletin no. 45.) 

[ and Lodeman, Ernest Gustavus]. Tomatoes. 8°. 

pp. [49]. il. Ithaca, 1891. (Cornell university. Agricul- 
tvu-al experiment station. Bulletin no. 32.) 

and Miller, Wilhelm. Chrysanthemums of 1896. 8°. 

pp. [22]. il. Ithaca, 1897. (Cornell university. Agricul- 
tural experiment station. Bulletin no. 136.) 

, Miller, Wilhelm, and Hunn, Charles Edward. The 

1895 chrysanthemums. 8°. pp. [34]. il. Ithaca, 1896. 
(Cornell university. Agricultural experiment station. Bul- 
letin no. 112.) 

— and Munson, Welton Marks. Experiences with egg 



[Bailey, Nathan]. Dictionarium rusticum & urbanicum; or, 
A dictionary of all sorts of country affairs, handicraft, trad- 
ing, and merchandising . . . illustrated with cuts of all 
sorts of nets, traps, engines, &c. 12°. unpaged, il. Lon- 
don, 1704. 

[ ] Ed. 2 . . . With the addition of above a 

thousand articles. 8°. unpaged. U. pi. 2. London, 1717. 

Title reads: Dictionarium rusticum, urbanicum, & botanicum; or, A 
dictionary of husbandry, gardening, trade, commerce, and all sorts of 
country affairs, etc. 

[— — -] — Ed. 4. 2 V. 8°. unpaged, il. pi. 2. Lon- 
don, 1765. 

Title reads: Dictionarium rusticum, urbanicum, & botanicum, etc. 

Bailey, Vernon. Birds known to eat the boll weevil. 8°. 
pp. 16. Washington, 1905. (United States. Department 
of agriculture. Biological survey. Bulletin no. 22.) 

Bailey, WiUiam Whitman. The botanical collector's hand- 
book. 12° pp. xiv, 139. il. Salem, Mass., 1881. (Natu- 
ralists' handy series, no. 3.) 

Botanical notebook. A synopsis of lectures and 

laboratory plans in general morphology and systematic 
botany. Ed. 2. 12°. pp. xi, 102. Providence, R. I., 1897. 

Botanizing; a guide to field-collecting and herbarium 

work. 12°. pp. ix, [3], 142. il. plate. Providence, R. I., 
1899. 

New England wild flowers and their seasons. 12°. 



pp. [5], 150. Providence, R. I., 1897. 

Baillon, Henri Ernst. Dictionnaire de botanique. Par H. 
Baillon, avec la collaboration de J. de Seynes, J. de Lanes- 
san, E. Mussat, W. Nylander, [and others]. Dessins de 
A. Faguet. 4 v. 4°. il. col. pi. 33. Paris, 1876-92. 

Etude g6n6rale du groupe des euphorbiac6es. 4°. 

pp. 684, 52. pi. 27. Paris, 1858. 

"Bibliographic," pp. 671-678. 

Histoire des plantes. 13 v. 4°. il. Paris, 1867-95. 

Iconographie de la flore francaise. 5 v. 12°. col. 

pi. 500. Paris, [18-?]. 

The natural history of plants. Translated by M. M. 

Hartog. 8 v. 4° il. London, 1871-78. 



Recueil d'observations botaniques. t. 1, livr. 1. 

8°. pp. 32. plate. Paris, 1860. 

Bailly de Merlieux, C, editor. See Maison rustique de xix" 
sifecle. 

Bain, Samuel McCutchen. The action of copper on leaves; 
with special reference to the injurious effects of fungicides on 
peach foliage. A physiological investigation. 8°. il. pi. 8. 
Knoxville, [1902]. (Tennessee. Agricultural experiment 
station. Bulletin, v. 15, no. 2, pp. 17-108.) 

" Bibliography," pp. 101-106. 

Some experiments with fungicides on peach foliage. 

8°. pp. [8]. Knoxville, [1895]. (Tennessee. Agricultural 
experiment station. , Bulletin, v. 8, no. 3.) 



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Bainbridge, Richard. Guide to the conservatory; being a 
concise treatise on the management of the hothouse and 
greenhouse, the forcing of bulbs, shrubs, etc. 12°. pp. vii, 
258. London, 1842. 

Baines, Thomas. Greenhouse and stove plants, flowering and 
fine-leaved, palms, ferns, and lycopodiums; with full de- 
tails of the propagation and cultivation of 500 families of 
plants, embracing all the best kinds in cultivation, suitable 
for growing in the greenhouse, intermediate house, and stove. 
8°. pp. [1], 362. London, 1885. 

Baird, Spencer FuUerton. The birds of North America; the 
descriptions of species based chiefly on the collection in 
the museum of the Smithsonian institution. With the 
co-operation of John Cassin and G. N. Lawrence. Text & 
atlas, 2 V. 4°. pp. Ivi, 1005. col. pi. 100. Philadelphia, 
1860. 

Baker, Arthur ChaUen. The woolly apple'aphis. 8°. pp.56, 
il. pi. 15. Washington, 1915. (United States. Depart- 
ment of agriculture. Office of the secretary. Report no. 
101.) 
" Bibliography," pp. 53-55. 

See Quaintance, A. L., and Baker, A. C. Classifi- 
cation of the Aleyrodidae. 

Baker, Carl Fuller. The peach tree borer. The fruit bark 
beetle. 8°. pp. [13]. il. Birmingham, 1898. (Alabama. 
Agricultural experiment station. Bulletin no. 90.) 

See Gillette, C. P., and Baker, C. F. A prehmi- 

nary list of the Hemiptera of Colorado. 

Baker, Charles R. Practical and scientific fruit culture. 8°. 
pp. 523. il. Boston, 1866. 

Baker, Frank Collins. The Chicago academy of sciences, its 
past history and present collections. 8°. pp. 7. pi. [Chi- 
cago], 1908. (Chicago academy of sciences. Special pubh- 
cation no. 2.) 

A naturahst in Mexico; being a visit to Cuba, north- 
ern Yucatan, and Mexico. 12°. pp. [5], 145. il. pi. 15. 
Chicago, 1895. 

Baker, Hugh Potter. Native and planted timber of Iowa. 
8°. pp. 24. Washington, 1908. (United States. Depart- 
ment of agriculture. Forest service. Circular 154.) 

■ See Erwin, A. T., and Baker, H. P. Evergreens for 

the Iowa planter. 

Baker, John Gilbert. Elementary lessons in botanical geog- 
raphy. 12°. pp. viii, 110. London, 1875. 

On the English mints. 8°. pp. [28]. col. plate. 

[London, 1865]. 

Journal of botany, v. 3, 1865, pp. 233-260. 

Flora of Mauritius and the Seychelles; a description 



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squares; 42d, 43d, and 46th-55th title reads: Annual report of the Board 
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Baltimore cactus journal; a monthly pubhcation devoted to 
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lian plants collected in 1770 during Captain Cook's vovage 
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Banks, Nathan. A list of works on North American ento- 
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AnnaU of botany, v. 6, 1892, pp. 155-166. 

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Annah of botany, v. 6, 1892, pp. 329-338. 

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What trees and shrubs are the most desirable for 



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Barlow, Joel. The hasty-pudding: a poem in three cantos, 
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Barlow, Peter. An essay on the strength and stress of timber, 
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Talks about our useful plants. A book of observa- 



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Barber, Harry Gardner. See Bruner, Lawrence, and Barber, 

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all who are interested in the culture of plants for pleasure 
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Barnard, George. Barnard's trees. A new work consist- 
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Barnard, M. R. Sport in Norway, and where to find it; 
together with a short account of the vegetable productions 
of the country. To which is added, a list of the alpine flora 
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Barnes, Charles Reid. Analytic keys to the genera and species 
of North American mosses. Revised and extended by F. D. 
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Plant life considered with special reference to form 

and function. 12°. pp. x, 428. il. frontis. New York, 
1898. 



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Barnes, Charles Reid (Continued). See Coulter, J. M., 
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phaenogamous and vascular crjrptogamous plants of Indiana. 

Barnes, Henry J. Irrigation with fresh sewage. 8° pp. 16. 
Boston, 1892. 

From Transactions of the Massachusetts horticultural society, 1892, pt. 1, 
pp. 47-62. 



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forest tree planters' manual. Ed. 10. 
Barrett, Otis Warren. The yautias, or taniers, of Porto Rico. 
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See GiSord, J. C. The Luquillo forest reserve, Porto 

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Sewagej application ^to^Jland^the best method of Barron, Archibald F. Vines and vine culture; being a treatise 
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the principal varieties. 8°. pp. xx, 240. il. pi. 30. Lon- 
don, 1883. 

" Reprinted and greatly extended from the Florist and pomologist." 

New ed. 8°. pp. xv, 189. il. London, 1887. 

Ed. 4. 8°. pp. xvi, 202. il. pi. 30. Lon- 



treatment. 8^. pp. 22. Boston, 1891. 

" Reprinted from the Boston medical and surgical journal of March 5 and 
12, 1891." 

Sewerage systems and the epuration of sewage by 



irrigation and agriculture. 12°. pp.48. Cambridge, 1884. 

•' Reprinted from the Boston medical and surgical journal of June 19 and 
26, and July 24, 1884." 

Barnes, James, and Robinson, William. Asparagus culture; 
the best methods employed in England and France. With 
translation of Mr. Leboeuf's Essay on asparagus. 12°. 
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Bamett, William N. Grape culture in gardens and on build- 
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Transactions of the Massachusetts horticultural society, 1876, pt. 1, pp. 7-33. 

Barney, E. E. Additional facts and information in relation 
to the catalpa tree, Catalpa bignonioides, and its variety? 
speciosa. 8°. pp. 36. Dayton, Ohio, 1879. 

Facts and information in relation to the catalpa tree, 

Catalpa bignonioides; its value and importance of its ex- 
tensive cultivation in groves. 8°. pp. 26. Dayton, Ohio, 
1878. 

Baron, Phihbert. Nouveau principes de taille des arbres 
fruitiers. 8°. pp. 143. pi. 14. Paris, 1858. 

Baroni, Eugenio, editor. See Targioni-Tozzetti, Antonio. 
Cenni storici siilla introduzione di varie piante nell' agricol- 
tura ed orticoltura toscana. 

Barr, Peter. A chat on daffodils. PubUshed under the aus- 
pices of the Horticultural association of New South Wales. 
8°. pp. 18. Sydney, 1900. 

Reading on the cultivation of the daffodil. Delivered 

at the monthly meeting of the Sea Point horticultural 
society. 16°. pp. 48. Cape Town, 1901. 

Readings on the lihes of the world, their cultivation, 



don, 1900. 

Barron, Leonard. Garden writings in America. 8°. pp. [18]. 
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Transactions of the Massachusetts horticuUural society, 1916, pt. 1, pp. 
71-88. 

Lawns and how to make them, together with the 



the best sorts for South Africa, with many historical notes. 
Dehvered at the monthly meeting, Nov. 29, 1901, of the 
Sea Point horticultural society, Cape Town. 16°. pp. 30. 
[Cape Town, 1901]. 

Barr, Peter, & son. Ye narcissus or daffodyl flowere, con- 
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Barral, J. A. Conference sur le phylloxera faite le 1"' avril 
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Barrelier, Jacques. Plantae per Galliam, Hispaniam et Ita- 
liam observatae. . . . Opus posthumum, accurante Antonio 
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quibusdam marinis, molUbus, crustaceis & testaceis. f°. 
pp. [12], 140, xxvi. pi. 334. Parisiis, 1714. 
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Barrett, Jesse M. See Huston, H. A., and Barrett, J. M. 
The sugar beet in Indiana. 

Barrett, Joseph Osgood. How to manage forest seeds, seed- 
lings, and cut'ings. Published by the Minnesota state for- 
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Bioletti, Frederic Theodore (Continued), arid Colby, George 
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Alfalfa studies; third progress report. 8°. pp. 10. 

il. Fort Collins, 1910. (Colorado. Agricultural experiment 
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Blankinship, Josep^h William. The loco and some other 
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Les plantes bulbeuses; espfeces, races, et vari^t^s 

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Semis, plantation et culture des asperges, m^thode 



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■ translator. See Koch, Karl. Notice sur quelques 



plantes grimpantes herbac^es, appartenant k la famiUe des 
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d'argenteuil, etc. Ed. 4. 12°. pp. 104. il. Paris, n. d. 
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Bosson, Charles P. Observations on the potatoe and a remedy 
for the potatoe plague; in two parts, containing a history of 
the potatoe, its cultivation and uses; also a treatise on the 
potatoe malady . . . and an inquiry into the causes pro- 
ducing the disease, with directions for staying its further 
progress. 8°. pp. 118. Boston, 1846. 

Bossu, Antonin. La clef de la botanique. Iconographie et 
analyses mises en regard des figures. 8°. pp. vi, 178. pi. 
60. Paris, 1897. 

Bossu, N. Travels through that part of North America for- 
merly called Louisiana. Translated from the French by J. R. 
Forster, illustrated with notes relative chiefly to natural 
history. To which is added by the translator a systematic 
catalogue of all the known plants of English North America; 
or, A flora Americae septentrionaUs, together with an ab- 
stract of the most useful and necessary articles contained 
in Peter Loefling's Travels through Spain and Cumana in 
South America. 2 v. 8°. pp. v. 1. viii, 407. v. 2. 432. 
London, 1771. 

Bostock, John, translator. See Plinius Secundus, Caius. 
The natural history of Pliny. 

Boston. Map and description of proposed metropoUtan park 
for Boston. 8°. pp. 12. map. Boston, 1870. 

Parks for the people. Proceedings of a public meet- 
ing held at Faneuil Hall, June 7, 1876. 8° pp. 46. Boston, 
1876. 

Report of the joint committee on public lands in 

relation to the public garden, July, 1850. 8°. pp. 62. plan. 
Boston, 1850. 



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Boston (Continued). Cemetery department. Annual report. 

1900/01-1914/15. 8°. pi. plans. Boston, 1901-15. -> 
Department of parks. Annual report. lst-41st. 

[1876]-1915/16. 8°. pi. plans. Boston, [1876J-1916. -» 

Various minor reports are included in this series. 

Public library. The Codman collection of books on 



landscape gardening; also a list of books on trees and 
forestry. 8°. pp. [1], 26. Boston, 1899. 

" Reprinted from the Monthly bulletins'* Oct., Nov., 1898. 

A list of periodicals, newspapers, transactions, 

and othfsr serial publications currently received in the prin- 
cipal libraries of Boston and vicinity. 8°. pp. [4], 143. 
Boston, 1897. 

School garden committee. Annual report. [1st]. 1905. 

8°. il. [Boston, 1905]. 

Superintendent of Common and public grounds. An- 



nual report. 2d, [3d, 8th, 9th, 11th]. 1879/80, 1880/81, 1885, 
1886, 1888. 8°. pi. plans. Boston, 1880-89. 

Boston flower market and New England florist. See New 
England florist. 

Boston, Gardeners' and florists' club of. See Garden- 
ers' and florists' club of Boston. 

Boston mycological club. Bulletin, no. 1-21. [1897]- 
1904. 8°. pi. [Boston, 1897-1904]. 

[List of officers, members, etc.] 1899-1900. 8°. pp. 

18. [Boston, 1899]. 

Boston society of natural history. Annual. 1868-69, I. 
12°. pp. 127. Boston, 1868. 

Boston journal of natural history, containing papers 

and communications read to the society, v. 1-7. 1834- 
1863. 8°. il. pi. Boston, 1837-63. 

For continuation, see its Memoirs. 

Condition and doings . . . as exhibited by the annual 



reports of the custodian, treasurer, librarian, and curators. 
1864/5, 1865/6, 1867/8. 8°. Boston, 1865-68. 
General guide to the museum. I. Introduction. 



12°. pp. 12. plan. Boston, 1880. 

Memoirs, being a new series of the Boston journal 



of natural history, v. 1-6, no. 1; 7-8, no. 1. 4°. il. pi. 
Boston, 1866-1914. -^ 
Proceedings, v. 1-35, no. 3. 1841-[1915]. 8°. il. 



pi. Boston, etc., 1844^1915. 
Bostonian society. Proceedings of the annual meeting. 

22d-23d. 1903-1904. 8°. pi. Boston, 1903-04. 
Boswell, John Thomas Irvine {formerly Stme, and afterwards 

Boswell-Stme), editor. See Sowerby, James. English 

botany. 
The botanic garden; a poem. See [Darwin, Erasmus]. 
Botanical bulletin. See Botanical gazette. 
The botanical cabinet. See Loddiges, Conrad, & sons. 
Botanical club of Canada. Annual report. [1901/02], 

1902/03, 1903/04, 1905/06. 8°. il. [Ottawa, etc.], 1902-06. 

"From tile Transactions of the Royal society of Canada,'* 2d ser., 1902- 
1907, V. 8-10, 12. 

Botanical descriptions of the species of Cinchonae now grow- 
ing in India and Ceylon . . . with some additional notes, 
taken from Howard's Nueva quinologia de Pavon, Weddell's 
Histoire naturelle des quinquinas, and Poeppig's Reise. 8°. 
pp. 31. n. p., 1861. 

The botanical gazette, [monthly], v. 1-60. Nov. 1875- 
Dec. 1915. 8°. il. pi. Chicago, etc., 1876-1915. -» 

Edited by J. M. Coulter and others. 
V. i, title reads: Botanical bulletin. 

Index, V. 1-10, 1875-85. 8°. pp. 28, [1]. Crawfords-' 



ville, Ind., n. d. 
The botanical gazette; a journal of the progress of British 
botany and the contemporary literature of the science. 
Edited by Arthur Henfrey. [monthly], v. 1-3. 1849-1851. 
8°. il. pi. London, 1849-51. 
No more published. 



Botanical index; an illustrated quarterly botanical maga- 
zine. Published by L. B. Case. v. 1-4, no. 2. Apr. 1877- 
Mar. 1881. 8°. il. Richmond, Ind., 1877-81. 

The botanical magazine; or. Flower-garden displayed. See 
Curtis 's botanical magazine. 

Botanical miscellany; containing figures and descriptions of 
such plants as recommend themselves by their novelty, 
rarity, or history, or by the uses to which they are applied in 
the arts, in medicine, and in domestic economy ... By 
W. J. Hooker, v. 1-3. 8°. pi. London, 1830-33. 
For continuation, see Journal of botany. 

The botanical register, consisting of coloured figures of exotic 
plants cultivated in British gardens, with their history and 
mode of treatment; the designs by Sydenham Edwards and 
others, v. 1-33. 8°. col. pi. London, 1815-47. 

V. 14, title reads; The botanical register; or, Ornamental flower garden 
and shrubbery, v. 15-33, title reads: Edwards's botanical register; or, 
Ornamental flower garden and shrubbery, consisting of coloured figures 
of plants and shrubs cultivated in British gardens, accompanied by their 
history, best method of treatment in cultivation, propagation, etc.; con- 
tinued by John Lindley. 
No more published. 

Appendix to the first twenty-three volumes, consisting 

of a complete alphabetical and systematical index ... to- 
gether with a sketch of the vegetation of the Swan River 
Colony. By John Lindley. 8°. pp. iv, Ixiv, Iviii. col. pi. 9. 
London, 1839. 

Botanical society of Edinburgh. Transactions and proceed- 
ings. V. 1-26. 8°. il. pi. Edinburgh, 1844-1915. -♦ 

V. 1-11, title reads: Transactions of the Botanical society. 

Botanical society of Pennsylvania. Transactions and pro- 
ceedings. V. 1, no. 1-3. 1897-1903. 4°. il. pi. Phila^ 
delphia, 1899-1904. 

Botanische zeitung. v. 1-68. Jan. 1843-Dec. 1910. 4°. il. 
pi. Berlin, etc., 1843-1910. 

Edited by Hugo von Mohl, D. F. L. von Schlechtendal, and others. 
V. 1-50 published weekly, v. 51-68 published in two abtheilungen: ab- 
theilimg 1, monthly; abtheilung 2, semi-monthly. 
Discontinued Dec. 1910. 

General-register der ersten funfzig jahrgange. 4°. 

pp. [1], 391. Leipzig, 1895. 

Botanisches addressbuch. Verzeichnis der lebenden botani- 
ker sowie der botanischen anstalten, gesellschaften und zeit- 
sohriften. 8°. pp. [1], 186, 6. Leipzig, 1891. 

Botanisches centralblatt; referirendes organ der "Association 
Internationale des botanistes" ftir das gesammtgebiet der 
botanik. v. 89-101, no. 2. 1902-1906. 8°. Cassel, 1902- 
06. 

Botanisches magazin. See Magazin fiir die botanik. 

The botanist's calendar and pocket flora, arranged according 
to the Linnaean system. To which are added references to 
the best figures of British plants. 2 v. 16°. pp. vi, 296, 
[91]. London, 1797. 

Paged continuously. 

The botanist's guide through the counties of Northumber- 
land and Durham. See [Winch, N. J., and others]. 

Bouchg, Carl David, and Bouchg, Julius. Bau und einrich- 
tung der gewachshauser. Ein handbuch ftir gartner und 
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Bonn, 1886. . l j f 

Bouche, Julius. See Bouche, C. D., and Bouchg, Juliua. 

Bau und einrichtung der gewachshauser. 
Boucher, Georges, and Mottet, Sfiraphin Joseph. Les cldmar 

tites; historique, description des esp^ces cultiv^es, etc. Lea 

chevrefeuilles gnmpants, bignones, glycines, aristoloches et 

passiflores. 12°. pp. vii, 163. il. Paris, 1898. (BibhothS- 

que d horticulture et de jardinage.) 
Bouches-du-Rhone, SocietS d'horticulture et de bo- 

tanique des. See Revue horticole; journal mensuel, 

etc. 

Boulanger, fimile. Germination de I'ascospore de la truffe. 
4°. pp. 20. pi. 2. Paris, 1903. 



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Boulay, Jean Nicolas, abb&. Flore cryjjtogamique de Test. 
MuscinSes; mousses, sphaignes, h^patiques. 8°. pp. xii, 
880. Paris, etc., 1872. 

Boulger, George Simonds. Familiar trees . . . Plates by W. H. 
J.Boot. 2v. 12°. pp. v.i.xvi, 160. t». ;?. xvi, 168. col. pi. 
80. London, etc., [188&-88]. 

The uses of plants: a manual of economic botany, 

with special reference to vegetable products introduced dur- 
ing the last fifty years. 12°. pp. 224. London, 1889. 

Boulogne-sur-Mer, SociSte d'agriculture de I'arron- 
dissement de. See Soci^te d'agriculture de I'arron- 
dissement de Boulogne-sur-Mer. 

Boulogne-sur-Seine, Societe rSgionale d'horticulture 
de. See Socigte regionale d'horticulture de Boulogne- 
sur-Seine. 

Bouquet de la Grye, Am4d6e. See Dupont, A. E., and 
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6trang6res. 

Bourgade, G. Nouvelle fitude sur les vignes am^ricaines. 
Rapport lu au Cornice agricole de B6ziers le 5 Janvier 1887. 
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■ translator. See Munson, T. V. Sur una nouvelle 



classification des vignes des Etats-Unis d'Amfirique. 

Bourne, Alfred. Guano; its varieties, analysis, and applica- 
tion. 8°. pp. 22. London, 1845. 

Bourne, H. George. Practical hints on the culture of cacti. 
12°. pp. 30. il. London, n. d. (Biggs and son's Handy 
series of fruits, flowers, and vegetables, no. 4.) 

Bourne, Hermon. Floras poetici, the florist's manual; de- 
signed as an introduction to vegetable physiology and sys- 
tematic botany for cultivators of flowers. 8°. pp. 288. col. 
il. Boston, etc., 1833. 

Bourne, S. Eugene. The book of the daffodil. 12°. pp. xii, 
112. pi. London, etc., 1903. (Handbooks of practical 
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Boussingault, J. B. Rural economy in its relations with 
chemistry, physics, and meteorology; or. Chemistry applied 
to agriculture. Translated, with an introduction and notes, 
by George Law. 12°. pp. iv, 507. New York, 1865. 

Boutcher, WilUam. A treatise on forest-trees; containing not 
only the best methods of their culture hitherto practised, but 
a variety of new and useful discoveries, the result of many 
repeated experiments; as also, plain directions for remov- 
ing most of the valuable kinds of forest-trees to the height 
of thirty feet and upwards with certain success ... To which 
are added, directions for the disposition, planting, and cul- 
ture of hedges, etc. 4°. pp. xlviii, 259. Edinburgh, 1775. 

Ed. 3. 12°. pp. xxviii, [4], 307. Dublin, 

1784. 

Boutin, A. Etudes d'analyses comparatives sur la vigne 
saine et sur la vigne phyllox6r6e. 4°. pp. 20. Paris, 1877. 

" Extrait des M^moires pHsenUs par divers savants A V Acadimie des sciences 
de VlTistUui national de France, t. 25, no. 6." 

Bound with Dumas, J. B. A., and others. Rapport sm les measures 
administratives, etc. 

Boutteville, Lucien de, and Hauchecorne, A. Le cidre. 

Choix et description des meilleures vari^tfe de pommiers et 

depoiriers. Fabricationet conservation des boissons. Ed. 5. 

12°. pp. 204. Rouen, [1882]. 
Boutwell, George Sewall. Address before the Hillsborough 

agricultural and mechanical society, Sept. 30, 1852. 8°. 

pp. 24. Boston, 1853. 
Address before the Housatonic agricultural society, 

Sept. 1854. 8°. pp. 21. Pittsfield, 1855. 

Address deUvered Sept. 18, 1850, before the Middle- 



System of agricultural education; an address before 

theBarnstableagriculturalsociety, Oct.8, 1857. 8°. pp.15, 
n. p., n. d. 

Bowdich, Mrs. :. New vegetarian dishes. With pref- 
ace by Ernest Bell. Ed. 2. 16° pp. vii, 120. London, etc., 
1893. 

Bowditch's magazine, the American florist and farmer; for 
the home, the garden, and the farm, [monthly], v. 3; v. 4, 
no. 1-3, 5; v. 6, no. 2, 4. July 1882-Mar. 1883; May 1883; 
Feb., Apr., 1884. 8° il. Boston, 1882-84. 

Bower, Frederick Orpen, and Vines, Sydney Howard. A 
course of practical instruction in botany. With a preface 
byW. T. ThiseltonDyer. pt. 1. 12° pp. xi, 226. London, 
1885. 

Contents: Phanerogamae — Pteridophyta. 

— Ed. 2. By F. O. Bower. 8°. pp. xiv, 329, 

xlvii. il. London, etc., 1888. 

See Bary, H. A. de. Comparative anatomy of the 



vegetative organs of the phanerogams and ferns. 
Bowers, Edward Augustus. The present condition of forests 
on the pubUc lands. 8°. pp. [20]. [Baltimore, 1891]. 

Publications of the American economic association, v. 6, pp. 55-74. 

Bowie, James. See Pritchard, S. F. An alphabetical list of 

indigenous and exotic plants growing on the island of St. 

Helena. 
Bowker, William H. The Massachusetts board of agriculture 

and the agricultural societies; a paper read before the board 

Feb. 4, 1891. 8°. pp. 25. Boston, 1891. 
Bowles, E. A. My garden in autumn and winter. 8°. pp. 

viii, 272. pi. 40 (16 col.). New York, [1915]. 
My garden in spring. 8°. pp. xx, 308. pi. 40 (16 

col.). New York, [1914?]. 

My garden in summer. 8°. pp. viii, 316. pi. 40 



(16 col.). New York, [1914]. 
Boyle, Mrs. E. V. Days and hours in a garden. By " E. V. 

B." 12°. pp. viii, 204. Boston, 1884. 
Boyle, Frederick. About orchids; a chat. 8°. pp. xv, 250. 

col. pi. 8. London, 1893. 

The culture of greenhouse orchids, old system and 

new. Supervised by Joseph Godseff. 8°. pp. xii, 231. il. 
col. pi. 3. London, 1902. 

The woodlands orchids, described and illustrated. 

4°. pp. viii, [1], 274. London, etc., 1901. 

Boyle, Jesse G. The vegetable garden. 8°. pp. [44]. il. 
Lafayette, [1914]. (Indiana. Agricultural experiment sta- 
tion. Bulletin no. 171.) 

o«d Abbott, John B. Tomato investigations. 8°. pp. 

[44]. il. Lafayette, [1913]. (Indiana. Agricultural experi- 
ment station. Bulletin no. 165.) 

See Troop, James, and others. Growing tomatoes for 



sex society of husbandmen and manufactxirers. 8°. pp. 28. 
Boston, 1850. 

Elements of agricultural success; address delivered 



before the Worcester agricultural society, Sept. 22, 1853. 
8°. pp. 16. Worcester, 1853. 



the canning factory. 

Bracciforti, Ferdinando. See Millhouse, John. New Eng- 
lish and Itahan pronouncing and explanatory dictionary. 

Brace, Josh. The culture of fruit trees in pots. 12°. pp. xi, 
110. frontis. pi. 8. London, 1904. 

Brackett, George E. Farm talk; a series of articles in the col- 
loquial style illustrating various common farm topics. 12°. 
pp. 130. Boston, 1868. 

Brackett, Gustavus Benson. The apple and how to grow it. 
8°. pp. 32. il. Washington, 1900. (United States. De- 
partment of agriculture. Farmers' bulletin no. 113.) 

The pear and how to grow it. 8°. pp.31, il. Wash- 
ington, 1912. (United States. Department of agriculture. 
Farmers' bulletin no. 482.) 

Bradbury, Henry. See Johnstone, W. G., and Croall, Alex- 
ander. The nature-printed British sea-weeds. 

See Moore, Thomas. The ferns of Great Britain and 

Ireland. 

Bradford, Quincy Quinten. See Smith, J. G., and Bradford, 
Q. Q. The Ceara rubber tree in Hawaii. 



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Bradford, William J. A. A treatise on the potato, with an 
essay to show the cause of the disease and to suggest its 
remedy. 8°. pp. 46. Boston, 1852. 

Bradley, Milton. Elementary color.. With an introduction 
by Henry Lefavour. Revised ed. 12°. pp. iv, 128. il. 
chart. Springfield, Mass., [1895]. 

Bradley, Richard. A complete body of husbandry, collected 
from the practice and experience of the most considerable 
farmers in Britain, particularly setting forth the various 
ways of improving land . . . with particular directions for 
the fertilising of broom-ground, heath-ground, furze, bushey, 
and chiltum-ground. Also the method of improvement by 
assorting proper plants to lands and of shifting of crops. 
8°. pp. ix, 372. pi. 4. London, 1727. 

The country gentleman and farmer's monthly director, 

containing necessary instructions for the management and 
improvement of a farm in every month of the year; wherein 
is directed the times and seasons proper for ploughing and 
sowing of all sorts of com for grain ; the planting and manag- 
ing of hops, liquorice, madder, saffron, and such other crops 
as stand more than one year on the ground; the times of 
planting and cutting of coppice or springs of wood, and fell- 
ing of timber. Ed. 3. 12°. pp. xxi, 185. London, 1727. 
Ed. 6. 8°- pp. xxi, 191, [3]. frontis. Lon- 



don, 1736. 

A country housewife and lady's director in the man- 



agement of a house and the dehghts and profits of a farm. 
Containing instructions for managing the brew-house and 
malt-liquors in the cellar; the making of wines of all sorts, 
. . . practical observations concerning distilling . . . The 
whole distributed in their proper months from the begin- 
ning to the end of the year, with particular remarks relat- 
ing to the drying or kilning of saffron. Ed. 3. 12°. pp. xi, 
187. London, 1728. 

Dictionarium botanicum; or, A botanical dictionary 



for the use of the curious in husbandry and gardening. 2 v. 
8°. frontis. London, 1728. 

The fruit garden display'd; setting forth the several 



varieties of fruit ripe in every month of the year. Collected 
from the most celebrated gardens in Europe, with their fig- 
ures, description of colour, taste, and history, and the man- 
ner of their culture . . . for the month of June[-August]. 
4°. pp. [16], iv, 68. pi. London, 1732. 

A general treatise of agriculture, both philosophical 



and practical, displaying the arts of husbandry and garden- 
ing . . . Originally written by R. Bradley . . . and now 
not only corrected and properly methodified, but adapted 
to the present practice, and improved with the late theories, 
in many large notes, etc. 8°. pp. viii, 503, [14]. frontis. 
pi. 20. London, 1757. 

A general treatise of husbandry and gardening; con- 



taining a new system of vegetation, illustrated with many 
observations and experiments . . . Formerly publish'd 
monthly, and now methodiz'd and digested under proper 
heads, with additions and great alterations. 2 v. 12°. 
pp. V. 1. [13], 427. V. 2. [14], 479. London, 1726. 

The gentleman and gardener's kalendar, directing 



what is necessary to be done every month in the kitchen- 
garden, fniit-garden, nursery, management of forest-trees, 
green-house, and flower-garden. With directions for the 
making and ordering hop-grounds. Ed. 5. 12°. pp. 104. 
pi. 4. London, 1728. {Appended to his New improvements 
of planting and gardening.) 

The history of succulent plants; containing the aloes, 



" ficoid's, or fig-marygolds, torch- thistfes, melon-thistles, and 
such others as are not capable of an hortus-siccus . . . with 
their descriptions and manner of culture. (Historia plan- 
tarum succulentum, etc.) 5 decades in 1 v. 4°. pi. 50. 
Londini, 1716-27. 

la Latin and English. 

— New improvements of planting and gardening, both 

philosophical and practical; explaining the motion of the 
sap and generation of plants, etc. 3 pt. in 1 v. 12°. pp. 



pi. i. 14, 70. pt. 2. lU], 136. pi. S. [9], 290. pi. 7. Lon- 
don, 1717-18. 

Pt. 3 is 2d edition. 

Appendix . . . containing the culture of 



such forest trees, flowers, &c. as were omitted in the former 
impressions: viz., the fir, pine, pinaster, &c., the method of 
raising the truffle, morille, and mushroom, of the extraordi- 
nary production of the chadock-orange, the several manners 
of graffing, etc. 12°. pp. 72. pi. 7. London, 1726. 

A philosophical account of the works of nature; en- 



deavouring to set forth the several gradations remarkable in 
the mineral, vegetable, and animal parts of the creation 
... To which is added, an account of the state of gardening 
as it is now in Great Britain and other parts of Europe; 
together with several new experiments relating to the im- 
provement of barren ground, and the propagating of timber 
trees, fruit trees, &c. 4°. pp. [17], 194. pi. 27. London, 
1721. 

A survey of the ancient husbandry and gardening. 



collected from Cato, Varro, Columella, Virgil, and others the 
most eminent writers among the Greeks and Romans, 
wherein many of the most difficult passages in those authors 
are explain' d, and the whole render d familiar to our climate, 
with variety of new experiments. With a preface shewing 
the use of husbandry, and the necessity of erecting pubhok 
gardens. 12°. pp. [16], 373, [10]. pi. 2. London, 1725. 

See Areola, G. A. The experimental husbandman 



and gardener. 

See Agricola, G. A. A philosophical treatise of hus- 
bandry and gardening. 

Bragato, R. Hints on grafting vines. 8°. pp. 8. pi. 16. 
[Melbourne], 1895. (Victoria. Department of agriculture. 
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Brainerd, Ezra. The behavior of seedlings of certain violet 
hybrids. 8°. pp. 8. [New York, 1907]. 

'* Reprinted from Science," new ser. v. 25, 1907, pp. 940-944. 

The blackberries of Vermont. 8°. pp. 7. [Burling- 
ton, 1914]. 

"Reprint (rom Bulletin [of the Vermont botanical club] for 1914." 

Cyrus Guernsey Pringle. 8°. pp. [8]. portrait. 

[Boston, etc., 1911]. 

Rhodora, v. 13, 1911, pp. 225-232. 

• A visit to the grave of Thomas Walter. 8°. pp. [5]. 

[Charleston, S. C, 1907]. (Bulletin of the Charleston 
museum, v. 3, no. 4.) 

-, Jones, Lewis Ralph, aruJ Eggleston, Willard Webster. 



Flora of Vermont; a list of the fern and seed plants growing 
without cultivation. 8°. pp. xii, 113. Burlington, 1900. 
(Contributions to the botany of Vermont, 8.) 

Reprinted from the 20th Annual report of the Vernumt state board of agri' 
culture, 1900. 

Addenda. By W. W. Eggleston; revised by 

E. Brainerd. 8°. pp. [8]. [Boston, etc., 1904]. 

"Reprinted from Rhodora, v. 6, 1904," pp. 137-144. 

Braithwaite, Robert. The British moss-flora. 3 v. 4°. 
pp. w. i.x, [1], 315. «. ;g. 268. t). 3. [4], 274. pi. 128. Lon- 
don, [1880]-1905. 

The Sphagnaoeae; or. Peat-mosses of Europe and 

North America. 4°. pp. [3], 91, [58]. pi. 29, partly col. 
London, 1878. 

4°. pp. [3], 91, [58]. pi. 29, partly col. Lon- 



don, 1880. 

Brand, Charles John. Grimm alfalfa and its utilization in the 
northwest. 8°. pp. 66. pi. 2. Washington, 1911. (United 
States. Department of agriculture. Bureau of plant indus- 
try. Bulletin no. 209.) 

and Westgate, John Minton. Alfalfa in cultivated 

rows for seed production in semiarid regions. 8°. pp. 23. 
il. Washington, 1909. (United States. Department of 
agriculture. Bureau of plant industry. Circular no. 24.) 



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Brandegee, Mrs. Katharine. Studies in Portulaceae. 8° 
pp. [6]. plate. [San Francisco, 1894]. 

" Extract from Proc. Cal. acad. sci., ser. 2, v. 4," 1894, pp; 86-91. 

Brandegee, Townshend Stith. The flora of southwestern 
Colorado. 8°. pp. [22]. Washington, 1876. 

" Extracted from BuWe(m of the Geological and geographical survey of the 
territories, v. 2," 1876, pp. 227-248. 

Brandis, Sir Dietrich. The forest flora of north-west and 
central India; a handbook of the indigenous trees and shrubs 
of those countries. Commenced by J. L. Stewart. 8°. pp. 
xxxi, 608. London, 1874. 

Illustrations of the forest flora of north-west and cen- 
tral India. Drawn by Walter Pitch. 4°. pp. 5. pi. 70. 
London, 1874. 

Brandt, Johann Friedrich. See Hayne, F. G. Getreue dar- 
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The San Jos6 and oyster-shell scales. 8°. pp. 30. 



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Agricultural experiment station, Berkeley. Bulle- 
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California (Continued) . Board of state viticultural commission- 
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Statements and extracts from the reports of the Board of 

state viticultural commissioners. 8°. pp. 42. Sacramento, 

1885. 
State board of forestry. Biennial report. lst-3d. 

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1883-1888 and 1893-1902 are biennial reports. 1889-1892 are annual 
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the Commissioner of horticulture. 1st. 1903/1904. 8°. 
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Horticultural statutes with court decisions 



and legal opinions relating thereto; also, state quarantine 
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Monthly bulletin, v. 1-4. Dec. 1911- 

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Report of the commissioner appointed to in- 



vestigate the prevalence of Trypeta ludens in Mexico; dis- 
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V. 1-6, no. 7. 8°. pi. San Francisco, 1863-1916. -^ 
California association of nurserymen. Transactions and 

proceedings of the annual meeting. lst-5th. 1911-1915. 

8°. Los Angeles, 1912-15. -» 

California cultivator; a weekly journal devoted to agricul- 
ture in all its branches, v. 9-25, no. 7. Jan. 1895-Aug. 18, 
1905. 4° & f°. il. Los Angeles, 1895-1905. 
V. 9-13 published monthly. Title reads: California cultivator and 
poultry keeper. 
Wanting v. 22, no. 5 and 13; Jan. 29 and Mar. 25, 1904. 

The California culturist; a journal of agriculture, horticul- 
ture, mechanism, and mining, [monthly], v. 1, no. 3-v. 3, 
no. 6. Aug. 1858-Dec. 1860. 8°. il. San Francisco, 1859- 
60. 
Incomplete. 

California floriculturist, [monthly], v. 1, no. 3-5. Jan.- 

Mar. 1902. 8°. il. Los Angeles, 1902. 
The California florist. See California florist and gardener. 

California florist and gardener, [monthly], v. 1-2, no. 4. 
May 1888-Apr. 1889. 8°. il. Santa Barbara, etc., 1888-89. 
V. 1, no. 1-6, title reads: The California florist. 

California, Fruit growers' convention of the state of. 

Official report. 5th, 8th-llth, 24th, 28th, 31st, 40th. 1885, 
1887-1889, 1899, 1903, 1905, 1911. 8°. il. San Francisco, 
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The hop flea-beetle. (Some insects injurious to truck 



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The oak pruner. 8°. pp. 7. il. Washington, 1910. 



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The potato-tuber moth; a preliminary account. 8° 



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8° pp. 6. [Washington], 1908. (United 

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[- 



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Howard, L. O., and Chittenden, F. H. The 



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Clark, Hubert L. The birds of Amherst and vicinity, includ- 
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Clark, W. A. Alpine plants; a practical method for growing 
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Clark, William Smith. The agriculture of Japan. 8°. pp. 26. 
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hymenosepalus. By C. B. Colhngwood, J. W. Toumey, 
and F. A. GuUey. 8°. pp. 40. 11. Tucson, [1893]. (Ari- 
zona. Agricultural experiment station. Bulletin no. 7.) 

CoUingwood, Herbert Winslow. Chemicals and clover; or, 
Farming with concentrated dung. A record of successful 
farm operations in New Jersey, where high-grade complete 
manures and sod supply a cheaper manure than that ob- 
tained from ieeping hve stock. 12°. pp. 34. New York, 
1892. (Rural library, v. 1, no. 3.) 

: Fertilizer farming; thin, poor, light lands profitably 

brought up to fertility without stable manure. 12 . pp. 30. 
New York, 1892. (Rural library, v. 1, no. 12.) 

FertiUzers and fruit; a trip among growers in the 

famous Hudson River fruit district. 12°. pp. 28. New 
York, 1893. (Rural Ubrary, v. 1, no. 25.) 

Market gardening; a lecture dehvered before the 

Massachusetts horticultiural society, March 11, 1899. 8°. 
pp. 10. Boston, 1899. 

Reprinted from the Transactions of the Massachusetts horticultural society ^ 
1899, pt. 1, pp. 98-107. 

Collins, C. W. See Burgess, A. F., and Collins, C. W. The 

Calosoma beetle in New England. 
Collins, Frank Shipley. The botanical and other papers of 

the Wilkes exploring expedition. 8°. pp. [12]. [Boston, 

etc., 1912]. 

Rhodora, v. 14, 1912, pp. 57-68. 

George Edward Davenport. 8°. pp. 9. por- 
trait. [Boston, etc., 1908]. 



Rhodora, v. 10, 1908, pp. 1-9. 

Isaac Holden. 8° 



PP 



Rhodora, v. 5, 1903, pp. 219-220. 
Lorin Low Dame. 8° 



[2]. [Boston, etc., 1903]. 
pp.- [3]. portrait. [Boston, 



1899]. 

Rhodora, v. 1, 1899, pp. 121-127. 
The Ulvaceae of North America. 8° 



pp. 31. pi. 3. 



SeeFairchild, David, and Collins, G. N. The South 

African pipe calabash. 

Collins, James. Report on the caoutchouc of commerce; 
being information on the plants yielding it, their geograph- 
ical distribution, chmatic conditions, and the possibility 
of their cultivation and acclimatization in India. With 
a memorandum on the same subject by Dr. Brandis. 4°. 
pp. xii, 54. il. pi. 4. maps 2. London, 1872. 

Collins, James Franklin. The chestnut bark disease on freshly 
fallen nuts. 8°. pp. [3]. [Baltimore, 1915]. 
" Keprinted from Phytopathology, v. 6, 1915," pp. 233-235. 

Practical tree surgery. 8°- pp. iii, [28]. pi. 7. 

Washington, 1914. 

" From Yearbook of the Department of agriculture for 1913," pp. 163-190. 
Some notes on mosses, with extensions of range. 8°. 



pp. [3]. [Boston, etc., 1903]. 

" Reprinted from Rhodora," v. 5, 1903, pp. 199-201. 

and Preston, Howard Willis. Key to New England 

trees wild and commonly cultivated. 24°. pp. 42. Provi- 
dence, R. I., 1909. 

See Kennedy, G. G., and Collins, J. F. Bryophytes 

of Mount Katahdin. 

See Metcalf, Haven, and Collins, J. F. The con- 
trol of the chestnut bark disease. 

See Metcalf, Haven, and Collins, J. F. The present 



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New species, etc., issued in the Phycotheca boreali- 

americana. 8°. pp. [10]. [Boston, etc., 1906]. 

Reprinted from Rhodora, v. 8, 1906, pp. 104-113. 

Phycological notes of the late Isaac Holden. 8°. 

pp. [27]. [Boston, etc., 1905]. 

" Reprinted from Rhodora, v. 7, 1905," pp. 168-182, 222-243. 

To seaweed collectors. 8°. pp. [7], [Boston, etc., 



status of the chestnut bark disease. 

Collins, Samuel. Paradise retriev'd; plainly and fully dem- 
onstrating the most beautiful, durable, and beneficial method 
of managing and improving fruit-trees against walls, or in 
hedges, contrary to Mr. Lawrence, and others upon garden- 
ing. Together with a treatise on mellons and cucumbers. 
12°. pp. V, [4], 106. pi. 2. London, 1717. 

Colman, Henry. An address before the Hampshire, Franklin, 
and Hampden agricultural society, Oct. 23, 1833. 8°. pp. 
28. Greenfield, 1833. 

An address delivered before the Massachusetts agri- 
cultural society, Oct. 17, 1821. 8°. pp. 17. Boston, 1822. 
An address delivered Oct. 2, 1839, at Concord, Mass., 



before the Middlesex society of husbandmen and manufac- 
turers. 8°. pp. 22. Boston, 1839. 

Agricultural addresses delivered at New Haven, 



Norwich, and Hartford, Connecticut, at the county cattle 
shows, in the year 1840. 8°- pp. 72. Boston, 1840. 

Agriculture of the.United States; an address delivered 



14th April, 1841, before the American institute in New York. 
8°. pp. 30, [2]. New York, etc., 1841. 

European agriculture and rural economy. From 



[Boston, etc., 1903]. 

Rhodora, v. 5, 1903, pp. 1-31. 

and others. Phycotheca boreali-americana. A collec- 
tion of dried specimens of the algae of North America. By 

F. S. Collins, Isaac Holden, and W. A. Setchell, assisted by 

G. F. Atkinson, [and others], fasc. I.-XXIIL; A.-C. 26 
V. f°. 1225 species. Maiden, Mass., 1895-1903. 

See Dame, L. L., and Collins, F. S. Flora of Middle- 



personal observation. 2 v. 8°. pp. v. 1. xxii, 492. v. 2. 
xxiv, 598. il. pi. Boston, etc., 1846-48. 

Ed. 2. 10 pt. in 2 V. 8°. pp. v. 1. xxii, 492. 



V. 2. XXV, 588. il. pi. Boston, etc., 1844-49. 

Ed. 4. V. 1. 8°. pp. xxvi, 492. il. pi. 



Boston, 1851. 

The improvement of agriculture as an art and a pro- 



sex county, Massachusetts. 
Collins, Guy N. The avocado, a salad fruit from the tropics. 
8°. pp. 52. pi. 8. Washington, 1905. (United States. 
Department of agriculture. Bureau of plant industry. 
Bulletin no. 77.) 

The mango in Porto Rico. 4°. pp. 38. pi. 15. 

Washington, 1903. (United States. Department of agri- 
culture. Bureau of plant industry. Bulletin no. 28.) 

Seeds of commercial saltbushes. 8°. pp. 28. pi. 8. 

Washington, 1901. (United States. Department of agri- 
culture. Division of botany. Bulletin no. 27.) 

The value of first-generation hybrids in com. 8°. 

pp. 45. Washington, 1910. (United States.^ Department 
of agriculture. Bureau of plant industry. " 



fession: an address at the annual cattle show and fair of the 
Monroe county agricultural society, in Rochester, N. Y., 
Oct. 26, 1842. 8°. pp. 35. Rochester, 1842. 

On labor; an address at the annual cattle shows of 



the Worcester and the Hampshire, Hampden, and Franklin 
agricultural societies, Massachusetts, Oct. 1838. 8°. pp. 23. 
Boston, 1839. 

Letter to the farmers of Massachusetts on the sub- 



ject of an agricultural survey of the state, by authority of 
the legislature. 8° pp. 18. Boston, 1837. 

Report on the agriculture of Massachusetts. See 



Massachusetts. Commissioner for the agricultural survey 
oj the stale. 

Report on the cultivation of spring wheat, prepared 



Bulletin no. 191.) 



in obedience to an order of the senate of Massachusetts, 
16th March, 1838. 8°. pp. 27. Boston, 1838. (Senate, 
no. 77.) 



MASSACHUSETTS HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY 



Colombia. Ministmodeobrasjniblicas. Revista'. [monthly]. 
V. 2-4, no. 11. Mar. 1907-Nov. 1909. 8°. il. Bogota, 
1907-09. 

Colorado. Agricultural experiment station, Fort Collins. An- 
nual report. lst-12th, 14th, 15th, 17th, 18th, 21st-28th. 
1888-1899, 1901, 1902, 1904, 1904/5, 1907/8-1914/15. 8°. 
Fort CoUins, 1888-[1915]. -^ 

16th report never issued. 

Bulletin, no. 1, 2, 4-179, 180, pt. 2, 182-205. 

8°. Fort ColUns, 1887-1915. -^ 
■ Circular, no. 1-2. 16°. Fort Collins, 1909. 

Press bulletin, no. 12-21, 24r-27, 29, 31-46, 

50-54. 8°. [Fort Collins, 1902-10]. 
State board of agriculture. Agricultural statistics of 

the state of Colorado. 1883, 1886, 1892, 1893. 8°. Denver, 

1884-95. 



Annual report. 1878, 1881, 1882, 1890-1896, 

1898, 1900, 1902, 1910/11, 1911/12. 8°. il. Denver, 1879- 
[1912]. 

1894-1911/12 are 16th-34th annual reports. 

Laws relating to the State board of agricul- 



ture, the State agricultural college, and the AgriciStural 
experiment stations of Colorado, in force Aug. 1, 1894. 8°. 
pp. 58. Fort Collins, 1894. 

— ■ State board of horticulture. Annual report, v. 1-24. 

1882-1912. 8°. Denver, 1884r-1913. 

Wanting v. 14, 1902. Reports for 1895 & 1896 (v. 8) never published. 
1882-85, title reads: Colorado horticultural report, made under the su- 
pervision of the state horticultural society. 1886, title reads; 3d An- 
nual report of the Colorado state horticultinral society. 1887-90, title 
reads: Annual reports of the Colorado state horticultural and forestry 
association. 1891-92, title reads: Annual reports of the Colorado state 
bureau of horticulture. 

Colorado state horticultural society. Report. See Colo- 
rado. State board of horticulture. Annual report. 

Columbia university. Department of botany. Contributions, 
no. 4, 9, 13, 14, 26-28, 30, 32, 35, 51, 58, 71, 75, 119, 140, 144. 
8°. il. pi. [New York], 1890-98. 

No. 4-75, title reads: Contributions from the Herbariimi of Columbia 
college. 

■ Memoirs, v. 1-2. 4°. [Lancaster, Pa.], 

1895-98. 

Columbian horticultural society. Address delivered at 
the first annual exhibition, June 6, 1834, by George Watters- 
ton [and Proceedings, 1834]. 8°. pp. 50. Washington, 1834. 

The library has also a type-written copy of a part of the report of 3d 
annual exhibition, Jxme 8-10, 1836, by WiUiam Rich. 

Constitution and by-laws. August, 1833. 8°. pp. 8. 

Washington, 1833. 

Columbus (Ohio) horticultural society. Annual report. 
1890-1907. 8°. il. Columbus, 1891-1908. 

Journal, v. 2-20. 1887-1905. 8°. il. Columbus, 

n. d. 

For V. 1, see its Proceedings. 

V. 2-3, published monthly, v. 4-20, published quarterly. 

V. 5-20 are contained in its Annual report, 1890-1905. 

Proceedings ... for 1886. v. 1. 8°. Columbus, 

1886. 

For continuation, see its Journal. 

Columella, Lucius Junius Moderatus. Of husbandry, in 
twelve books; and his book concerning trees. Translated 
into English, with several illustrations from PHny, Cato, 
Varro, Palladius, and other antient and modern authors. 4°. 
pp. xiv, [14], 600, [8]. London, 1745. 

Combles, de. L'Icole du jardin potager; contenant 

la description exacte de toutes les plantes potagSres, leur 
culture, les qualitfis de terre, les situations et les climats qui 
leur sont propres, leurs propri^tds, les diff6rens moyens de 
les multiplier, le temps de recueilhr les graines, leur dur6e, 
etc. 5" 6d., augment6e du Traits de la culture des pechers, 
du meme auteur. 2 v. 12°. pp. v. i. vi, 413. r. ;?. 450, vi, 
120. Paris, 1802. 

[ ] Traits de la culture des pfichers. Ed. 2. 16°. pp. 

xvi, 198. Paris, 1750. 



Nouvelle ed. pp. vi, 120. Paris, 1802. {Ap- 
pended to his L'iScole du jardin potagfire. 1802.) 

[ ] A treatise on the culture of peach trees. [Trans- 
lated from the French.] To which is added, A treatise on 
the management of bees, and the improved treatment of 
them, by Thomas Wildman. 16°. pp. 125, [9]. London, 
etc., 1768. 

Commelin, Caspar. Flora malabarica; sive, Horti malaba,rici 
catalogus exhibens omnium ejusdem plantarum nomina, 
quae e variis turn veteribus tum recentioribus botanicis col- 
legit & in ordinem alphabeticum digessit. f°. pp. [6], 71. 
Lugduni Batavorum, 1696. 

Praeludia botanica ad pubhcas plantarum exoticarum 

demonstrationes dicta in horto medico 1701 & 1702 . . . his 
accedunt plantarum rariorum & exoticarum in praeludiis 
botanicis recensitarum, icones & descriptiones. 4°. pp. [8]-, 
85, [2]. pi. 33. Lugduni Batavorum, 1703. 

See Commelin, Jan. Horti medici amstelodamensis 



rariorum . . . plantarum. 

Commelin, Jan. Horti medici amstelodamensis rariorum 
tam OrientaUs quam Occidentalis Indiae aUarumque pere- 
grinarum plantarum . . . descriptio et icones. Opus pos- 
thumum, latinitate donatum, notisque & observationibus 
illustratum a Frederico Ruyschio & Francisco Kiggelario. 
2 V. f°. pp. V. 1. [16], 220. V. 2. [10], 224, [4]. pi. 224. 
Amstelodami, 1697-1701. 

In Latin and Dutch. 

V. 2 is by Caspar Commelin. 

jSee Rheede tot Draakenstein, Hendrik van. Horti 

malabarici, etc. 

Comnients on the phonological observations conducted in the 
public schools of Nova Scotia during the school year ended 
30th June 1905, by the educational staff of phenologists. 8°; 
pp. 16. [Halifax, 1906]. 

" From the Journal of education, April 1906, Halifax, N. S." 

Commerell, , abbe. An account of the culture and use 

of the mangel wurzel, or root of scarcity. Translated from 
the French [by J. C. Lettsom]. Ed. 4. 8° pp. xxxix, 52; 
col. plate. London, 1788. 

Companion to the Botanical magazine; being a journal con- 
taining such interesting botanical information as does not 
come within the prescribed limits of the Magazine. By 
W. J. Hooker, v. 1-2. 8° pi., col. & uncol. portraits. 
London, 1835-36. 

A compleat system of husbandry and gardening. See [Wor- 
lidge, John]. 

The complete farmer; or, A general dictionary of husbandry 
in all its branches, containing the various methods of culti- 
vating and improving every species of land according to the 
precepts of both the old and new husbandry. To which is 
added. The gardener's kalendar, calculated for the use of 
farmers and country gentlemen. Ed. 3. 4°. unpaged 
frontis. London, 1777. •' 

The complete florist; a manual of gardening, containing 
practical instruction for the management of greenhouse 
plants, and for the cultivation of the shrubbery, the flower 
garden, and the lawn. With additions and amendments 
adapted to the climate of the United States. 12° nn lOs' 
Philadelphia, 1844. " ^^' 

The complete grazier; or. Gentleman and farmer's directory 
Written by a country gentleman, and originally designed 
for private use. 16°. pp. xii, 252. London, 1767. 

Comstock, Anna Botsford. See Comstock, J. H., and Corn- 
stock, A. B. A manual for the study of insects. 

Comstock, F. G. A practical treatise on the culture of silk 
adapted to the soil and climate of the United States 12°' 
pp. 108. Hartford, 1836. 

Comstock, John Henry Insect life. An introduction to 
nature-study and a guide for teachers, students, and others 
interested in out-of-door life. 12°. pp. [51 349 il r>l « 
New York, 1897. ^^ '^' "" P'' ^- 



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[Comstock, John Henry] (Continued). The insectary of 
Cornell university. On preventing the ravages of wire- 
worms. On the destruction of the plum curoulio. 8°. pp. 
[23]. il. Ithaca, 1888. (Cornell university. Agricultural 
experiment station. Bulletin no. 3.) 

7 Report upon cotton insects, prepared under the di- 
rection of the commissioner of agriculture. 8°. pp. v, 511. 
il. pi. 3 (2 col.). Washington, 1879. (United States. De- 
partment of agriculture.) 
" Bibliography of the cotton worm," pp. 276-284. 

Reports on scale insects. 8°. pp. [183]. il. pi. 26. 

Ithaca, [1916]. (Cornell university. Agricultural experi- 
ment station. Bulletin no. 372.) 

and Comstock, Anna Botsford. A manual for the 



study of insects. 8°. pp. x, 701. il. pi. 6(1 col.). Ithaca, 
N. Y., 1895. 

and Slingerland, Mark Vernon. Wireworms. 8°. 



pp. [82]. il. Ithaca, 1891. (Cornell university. Agricul- 
tural experiment station. Bulletin no. 33.) 
Comstock, John Lee. The young botanist; being a treatise 
on the science, prepared for the use of persons just com- 
mencing the study of plants. 16°. pp. 259. il. col. plate. 
New York, 1835. 

Conard, Henry S. The waterlilies; a monograph of the genus 
Nymphaea. 4°. pp. xiii, 279. il. pi. 30 (12 col.). [Wash- 
ington], 1905. (Carnegie institution of Washington. Pub- 
lication no. 4.) 

" Bibliography," pp. 243-263. 

Conard & Jones co. How to grow roses. Ed. 12. 12°. 

pp. 121. il. col. pi. West Grove, Pa., 1916. 
Conder, Josiah. The flowers of Japan and the art of floral 

arrangement. With illustrations by Japanese artists. f°. 

pp. xii, 136. il. pi. 54 (14 col.). Tokio, 1891. 
— Landscape gardening in Japan. f°. pp. xi, 161. il. 

pi. 37. Tokio, 1893. 

Supplement to Landscape gardening in Japan. With 



collotypes by K. Ogawa. f°. pi. 40. Tokio, 1893. 

Congdon, Joseph W. See Green, Frances H., and Congdon, 
J. W. Analytical class-book of botany. 

Conger, Abraham B. Address delivered at the annual meet- 
ing of the N. Y. state agricultural society, Feb. 10, 1860, 
and address of B. N. Huntington, on taldng the chair as 
president elect. 8°. pp. 51. Albany, 1860. 

Congres d'horticulture, Paris, [1907]. ProcSs-verbal de la 
stance ouvert par la SociStfi nationale d'horticulture de 
France. 4°. pp. 36. Paris, 1908. 

Congres (HI") international de botanique, BruxeUes, 1910. 
Actes, publics au nom de la commission d' organisation du 
congres par E. de Wildeman. 2 v. 4°. pp. v. 1. vii, 383, 
[1]. V. 2. iv, 236. il. pi. 73. maps, charts. BruxeUes, 
n. d. 

V. 1. Comptes-rendus des stances, excursions, etc. v. 2. Conferences 
et m^moires. 

Phytogeographical nomenclature. Reports and prop- 
ositions, by Ch. Flahault and C. Schroter. 4°. pp. [1], 
28, X. Zurich, 1910. 
" Literature," pp. i-x, 

Recueil des documents destines k servir de base aux 



International rules of botanical nomenclature adopted 

by the International botanical congress of Vienna 1905. 4°. 
pp. 99. Jena, 1906. 

In French, German, and English. 

Texte synoptique des documents destines h servir de 

base aux d6bats. Pr6sent6 au nom de la Commission In- 
ternationale de nomenclature botanique par John Briquet. 
4°. pp. 160, [1]. Beriin, 1905. 

Congrfis international de botanique et d'horticulture, 

Anvers, 1885. XII° question du programme. Quel est le 
meilleur systSme d'^tiquettes: pour jardins botaniques, 
pour pares publics, pour jardins priv6s, pour serres? Rap- 
port de Carl Hansen. 8°. pp. 2. n. p., n. d. 

XX" question du programme. Convention Inter- 
nationale phyllox6rique de Berne. Proposition d'en unifier 
et d'en g^n^raliser I'apphcation dans tous les pays. Rap- 
port de J. H. Krelage. 8° pp. 14. n. p., n. d. 

Congres international de botanique et d'horticulture, 

St. Peiersbourg, 1869. Bulletin. 8°. pp. 243. St. P^ters- 
bourg, 1870. 
Congres international de botanique et d'horticulture, 

St. Pitersbourg, 1884. Bulletin. 4°. pp. [2], xUx, 335. pi. 8. 
St. P6tersbourg, 1885. 

CongrSs international d'horticulture de Liege; organist 
par la F6d&ation de soci6t6s horticoles de Belique les 8, 9 
et 10 mai 1905. Rapports, etc. 4°. pp. 124. BruxeUes, 
1905. 

Congress of horticulture, Jamestown exposition, Sept. 23, 

1907. Proceedings, conducted by the National council of 
horticulture. 8°. pp. 108. n. p., n. d. 

Congresso (1°) degli orticultori italiani, Firenze, 1880. 8°. 
pp. XV, 181. Firenze, 1880. 

Congresso internazionale botanico, Firenze, 1874. Atti. 
8°. pp. xi,,372. il. pi. 23. Firenze, 1876. 

" Pubblicati per cura della R. societal toscana di orticultura." 

Conn, Herbert WUliam, and Webster, Lucia Washburn 
Hazen. a preliminary report on the algae of the fresh 
waters of Connecticut. 8°. pp. 78. pi. 44. Hartford, 

1908. (Connecticut. State geological and natural history 
survey. BuUetin no. 10.) 

Connecticut. Agricultural experiment station, Middletown. 
Annual report. lst-[2d]. 1876-1877/8. 8°. Hartford, 
1877-79. 

Agricultural experiment station. New Haven. Annual 

report. 1877-1912, 1914. 8°. New Haven, 1878-1914. 

Incomplete. 

■ Bulletin, no. 68-158, 160, 162, 164, 169-185. 

8°. [New Haven, 1882-1915]. -> 

Board of agriculture. Annual report of the secretary. 



Ist^Oth. 1866-1906. 8°- U. Hartford, 1867-1907. 

■ Descriptive catalogue of farms in Connecti- 
cut for sale. March, 1892. 8°. map. Hartford, 1892. 

Ed. 2. Aug. 1899. 8°. il. map. 

Hartford, 1899. 



d^bats de la section de nomenclature syst^matique, pr6sent6 
au nom du Bureau permanent de nomenclature et des Com- 
missions de nomenclature cryptogamique et paMobotanique, 
par John Briquet. f°. pp. [1], 58. Berlin, 1910. 

Congres international de botanique, Paris, 1867. Actes, 
publics par les soins de Eugene Fournier. 8°- pp. 266. 
Paris, 1867. 

See also CandoUe, A. L. P. P. de. Laws of botanical 

nomenclature. 

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suggested for the consideration of the Vienna congress of 
1905. See Harvard university, Cambridge, Mass. Amend- 
ments, etc. 



Handbook of Connecticut agriculture. 8°. 
pp. 98. il. Hartford, 1901. 

State geological and natural history survey. Biennial 



report. lst-6th. 1903/04r-1913/14. 8°. Hartford, 1904- 
15. ->■ {Its Bulletin no. 1, 9, 12, 17, 21, 25.) 

BuUetin. no. 1-21, 23-25. 8°- il. pi. 

Hartford, 1904-15. -> 

no. 1, 9, 12, 17, 21, & 25 are lst-6th Biennial reports of the conmiission- 

ers, 1903-14. 

Storrs agricultural experiment station, Storrs. Annual 

report. lst-18th. 1888-1905/06. 8°. Hartford, etc., 1889- 
1907. 

- BuUetin. no. 1-80. [Middletown, 1888- 



1915]. - 

Connecticut pomological society. Brief record of the 
work, 1891-1899. 8°. pp. 192. il. n. p., 1900. 



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Connecticut pomological society (Continued). Beport 
for the year 1900-1912, with proceedings of the 9th-22d 
annual meeting, 1900-1913. 8°. il. pi. n. p., 1900-13. 

Report for the year 1906, with proceedings of the IGth annual meeting, 
1907, wanting. 

Connecticut, Society for promoting agriculture in the 
state of. Transactions. 4°. pp. 21. New Haven, 1802. 

Connecticut state agricultural society. Transactions. 
1854r-1857. 8°. Hartford, 1855-58. 

Connold, Edward T. British vegetable galls; an introduc- 
tion to their study. 4°. pp. xii, 312. pi. 140. New York, 
1902. 

Conradi, Albert Frederick. The San Josd scale. 8°. pp. 20. 
il. Columbia, 1908. (South Carolina. Agricultural experi- 
ment station. Bulletin no. 134.) 

■ The San 3oa6 scale. 8°. pp. 11. il. Houston, 

[19067]. (Texas. Agricultural experiment stations. Bulle- 
tin no. 87.) 

The sweet potato borer. 8°. pp. 16. il. map. 



College Station, [1906?]. (Texas. Agricultural experiment 
stations. Bulletin no. 93.) 

: Weed, C. M., and Conradi, A. F. The squash 



bug. 



woodlands. Under the direction of F. W. Rane, state for- 
ester. 8° pp. 35. pi. 10. Boston, 1914. 

Cook, Melville Thurston. Common diseases of apples, pears, 
and quinces. 8°. pp. 20. il. New Brunswick, [1915]. 
(New Jersey. Agricultural experiment station. Circular 
44.) 

Common diseases of beans. 8°. pp. 4. New Bruns- 
wick, [1916]. (New Jersey. Agricultural experiment sta- 
tion. Circular 50.) 

Conmion diseases of the grape. 8°. pp. 8. il. New 



Brunswick, [1916]. (New Jersey. Agricultural experiment 
station. Circular 55.) 

Common diseases of the peach, plum, and cherry. 8°. 



pp. 16. il. New Brunswick, [1915]. (New Jersey. Agri- 
cultural experiment station. Circular 45.) 

The double blossom of the dewberry, Fusarium rubi 

Winter. 8°. pp. 12. il. Newark, [1911]. (Delaware. 
Agricultural experiment station. Bulletin no. 93.) 

Some diseases of nursery stock. 8°. pp. 24. il. 



See Weed, C. M., and Conradi, A. F. The white- 
fly of greenhouses. 

Conservation. See American forestry. 

Constantin, Robert. See Theophrastos Eresios. De his- 
toria plantarum libri decem. 

Conter, Frank E. The cultivation of sisal in Hawaii. 8°. 
pp. 31. il. Honolulu, 1903. (Hawaii. Agricultural experi- 
ment station. Bulletin no. 4.) 

Conversations on vegetable physiology. See [Marcet, Mrs. 
Jane Haldimand]. 

Cook, Albert John. Birds of Michigan. 8°. "pp. 148. il. 
[Lansing, 1893]. (Michigan. Agricultural experiment atai- 
tion. Bulletin no. 94.) 

[ ] The carpet beetle. 8°. pp. 7. il. Lansing, [1886]. 

(Michigan. Agricultural college. Bulletin no. 17.) 

[ ] The codling moth and bark louse. 8°. pp. 8. il. 

Lansing, [1886]. (Michigan. Agricultural college. Bulle- 
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Curtis, George W. Alfalfa root rot. 8° pp. [7]. Bryan, 
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Curtis, Henry. Beauties of the rose; containing portraits of 
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Curtis, John. Farm insects; being the natural history and 
economy of the insects injurious to the field crops of Great 
Britain and Ireland, and also those which infest barns and 
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Curtis, Moses Ashley. Catalogue of the indigenous and 
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Catalogue of the plants of the state [North Caro- 
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Curtis, William. Directions for cultivating the Crambe 

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indigenous to Great Britain, illustrated by figures of the 

natural size. New ed., enlarged by George Graves and W. 

J. Hooker. 5 v. f°. col. pi. 646. London, 1835. 

Lectures on botany, as delivered in the botanic gar- 



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" Sketch of the life and writings of Willianx Curtis, by Dr. Thornton,"- 
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V. 3, title reads: Lectures on various subjects. 

Practical observations on the British grasses, espe- 
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Ed. 6, with considerable additions by John 



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causes of the disease in corn called by the farmers the blight, 
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editor. See Curtis's botanical magazine. 



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V. 1-14, title reads: The botanical magazine; or. Flower-garden dis- 
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V. 1-14, edited by William Ciu'tis; v. 15-53, edited by John Sims; v. 
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fifty-three volumes ... To which are added a few inter- 



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editor. Memorials of John Bartram and Humphry 



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Lectures on Roman husbandry, delivered before the 

University of Oxford: comprehending such an account of 
the system of agriculture, the treatment of domestic ani- 
mals, the horticulture, &c., pursued in ancient times, as may 
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Catalogue of the "Davenport herbarium" of North 



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and an appendix containing a list of aU doubtful species, 
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Cuttings from the Medford chronicle, 1875-76. 

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portraits, map. Medford, Mass., 1893. 



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Duval, L6on. Les azal6es; historique, multiplication, culture, 
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Eaton, Amos. A manual of botany for the northern and 
middle states. Part I. containing generic descriptions of 
plants to the north of Virginia, with references to the natural 
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descriptions of the indigenous plants which are well defined 
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Ed. 5. 12°. pp. 451, [1], 63, [71]. Albany, 

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Title reads: Manual of botany for North America; containing generic 
and specific descriptions of the indigenous and common cultivated exotics 
growing north of the Gulf of Mexico. 

Ed. 6, with the addition of the most approved 

natural arrangement of genera; also their etymologies and 
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Ed. 8. 8°. pp. vii, [1], 625. il. Troy, 1840. 



Title reads: North American botany, comprising the native and com- 
mon cultivated plants north of Mexico; genera arranged according to the 
artificial and natural methods. In the present edition the author is asso- 
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North American botany. See his A manual of botany 

for the northern and middle states. 

• — ■ translator. See Richard, L. C A botanical dic- 
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Eaton, Amos J., and Edson, Howard A. A practical method 
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The ferns of North America. Colored figures and 

descriptions, with synonymy and geographical distribution, 
of the ferns, including the Ojshioglossaceae, of the United 
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2v. f°. pp. w. i. xiv, 352. ». 2. xxxi, 285. col. i^. 81. por- 
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[Eddy, Burt]. Vaughan's celery manual; a treatise on celery 
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Eddy, Henry. Eddy on bee-culture, and the protective bee- 
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Eden, F. A garden in Venice. 4°. pp. [2], 135. H. pi. 19. 
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Eden, Horatia K. F., editor. See Gatty, Mrs. Alfred. The 
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*98- practical directions for the culture of flowers, fruits, and veg- 

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Elliott, Franklin Reuben (Continued). Hand book of prac- 
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for lots and grounds. Ed. 2. 8°. pp. 96. il. col. pi. 17. 
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Popular deciduous and evergreen trees and shrubs 

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The western fruit book; or, American fniit-grower'a 



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Elliott, James Wilkinson. A plea for hardy plants, with 

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" Reprinted from the Tranaactiona of the Massachusetts horticultural society, 
1896, pt. 1, with additional plans and illustrations by J. H. McFarland 
and others." 

Elliott, Stephen. A sketch of the botany of South-Carolina 
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Ellis, George Edward. Memoir of Jacob Bigelow. 8°. pp. 
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"Reprinted from the ProceediTigs of the Massachusetts historical society,^* 

Ellis, Job Bicknall. Notes on some specimens of Pyrenomy- 
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and Everhart, Benjamin Matlock. The North Ameri- 
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Ellis, John. A description of the mangostan and the bread- 
fruit; the first esteemed one of the most delicious, the 
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To which are added du'ections to voyagers for bringing over 
these and other vegetable productions which woiild be ex- 
tremely beneficial to the inhabitants of our West India 
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An historical account of coffee, with an engraving 

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Gipsy and brown tail moths. 8°. pp. 42. pi. 10 

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Control of household insects. 8°. pp. 47. 11. Al- 
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Elm leaf beetle and white-marked tussock moth. 8°. 

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Ekn-leaf beetle in New York state. 8°. pp. 43. il. 

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The Portland catalogue of Maine plants. Ed. 2. 



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8°. pp. [13]. [Boston, etc., 1902]. 

" Reprinted from Rhodora," v. 4, 1902, pp. 218-230. 



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Some plant-names of the Madawaska Acadians. 8° 



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Some recent publications and the nomenclatorial 



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Some recently introduced weeds. A lecture delivered 

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1903. 

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Forestry for farmers. 8°. pp. 47. il. Washington, 



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** Transactiona of the American institute of mining engineers," 1889, pp. 



264-275. 



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Publications of the American economic association, v . 6, pp. 75-92. 



Report upon the forestry investigations of the U. S. 

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Hesperides, sive de malorum aureorum cultura et usu 

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Perree, Barr. American estates and gardens. f°. pp. xvi, 

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Ferris, C. F. The parterre; or whole art of forming flower 

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Fesseuden, Thomas Green. The complete farmer and rural 
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The new American gardener; containing practical 

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landscape and ornamental gardening, grape-vines, silk, 
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editor. See Gray, Asa. A manual of the botany of 

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Field, Ethel Content. See Orton, W. A., and Field, E. C. 

Wart disease of the potato. 
■ See Spaulding:, Perley, and Field, E. C. Two 

dangerous imported plant diseases. 
Field, P. E. The green-house as a winter garden; a manual 

for the amateur, with a list of suitable plants and their mode 

of culture. With a preface by W. C. Bryant. 12°. pp. 86. 

pi. 4. New York, 1869. 

Field, H. C. The ferns of New Zealand and its immediate 
dependencies, with directions for their collection and culti- 
vation. 4°. pp. [1], 164. pi. 29. Wanganui, 1890. 

[Field, Henry]. Memoirs, historical and illustrative, of the 
botanick garden at Chelsea, belonging to the Society of 
apothecaries of London. 8°. pp. [3], 111. London, 1820. 

Revised, corrected, and continued to the 

present time by R. H. Semple. With illustrations, plans of 
the garden, and a catalogue of the plants arranged accord- 
ing to the natural system. 8°. pp. [1], 272. pi. portrait, 
plans. London, 1878. 

Field, Thomas Warren. Pear culture; a manual for the prop- 
agation, planting, cultivation, and management of the 
pear tree. 12°. pp. viii, 13-286. il. pi. 3. New York, 
1859. 

Field and forest, a monthly journal devoted to the natural 
sciences; bulletin of the Potomac-side naturalists' club. C. 
R. Dodge, editor, v. 1-3. June 1875-June 1878. 8°. il. 
pi. Washington, 1876-78. 

V. 1, title reads: Field and forest, devoted to general natural history. 
No more published. 

Field Columbian museum. See Field museiun of natu- 
ral history. 

Field museum of natural history, Chicago. PubUcations. 
Botanical series., v. 1, no. 1-7; v. 2, no. 1-11; v. 3, no. 1- 
2. 8° il. pi. Chicago, 1895-1916. -> 
Previous to Nov. 1905, the Field Columbian museum. 

Historical series, v. 1, no. 1. 8°. il. Chi- 



cago, 1894. 

Report series, v. 1-5, no. 1. Annual re- 
port of the director for the year 1894-1915. 8°. Chicago, 
1895-1916. ->■ 
Wanting v. 4, no. 1, report for the year 1910. 

Fielding, Henry Barron. Sertum plantarum; or. Drawings 
and descriptions of rare and undescribed plants from the 
author's herbarium. By H. B. Fielding, assisted by George 
Gardner. 8°. pi. 75. London, etc., 1844. 

Fifty common birds of farm and orchard. 8°. pp. 31. il. 
Washington, 1913. (United States. Department of agri- 
culture. Farmers' bulletin no. 513.) 

Figuier, Louis. The insect world; being a popular account 
of the orders of insects, together with a description of the 
habits and economy of some of the most interesting species. 
From the French of Louis Figuier. S°. pp. [3], 519. il. 
frontis. pi. 11. New York, 1868. 

The vegetable world; being a history of plants, 

with their botanical descriptions and peculiar properties. 
Illustrated ... by M. Faguet. 8°. pp. viii, 576. il. 
frontis. pi. 23. New York, 1867. 

Fillassier, . Culture de la grosse asperge, dite de Hol- 

lande; la plus pr^coce, la plus h&tive, la plus f^conde et la 
plus durable que Ton connoisse. New ed. 16°. pp. 151, 
[1]. Paris, 1809. 

Fingerhuth, Karl Anton. Monographia generis Capsici. 
4°. pp. 32, iv. pi. 10 (9 col.). Dusseldorpii, 1832. 

Fink, David Ely. The asparagus miner and the twelve- 
spotted asparagus beetle. 8°. pi. 7. Ithaca, [1913]. (Cor- 
nell university. Agricultural experiment station. Bulletin 
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" Bibliography," pp. 420-421, 430-435. 

The eggplant lace-bug. 8°. pp. 7. pi. 6. [Wash- 
ington, 1915]. (United States. Department of agriculture. 
Bulletin no. 239.) 



The verbena bud moth. 8°. pp.7, il. pi. 3. [Wash- 
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"Bibliography," p. 7. 

Finlayson, John. Practical instructions to ploughmen on the 
art of ploughing; with a dissertation on the powers and 
properti&s of the plough. With an appendix, containing a 
number of reports of trials of the rid-plough, from the first 
agricultural societies of Scotland, with certificates in favour 
of the plough, by Sir John Sinclair, and Sir Alex. Boswell. 
8°- pp. 60. Edinburgh, 1823. 

Firminger, Thomas A. C. A manual of gardening for Bengal 
and upper India. Ed. 3. 8°. pp. xvi, 623. il. Calcutta, 
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Fiscali, Ferdinand. Deutschlands forstcultur-pflanzen. 
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1858-60. 

Fischer, Alfred. Die bakterienkrankheiten der pflanzen; 
antwort an E. F. Smith. 8°. pp. [9]. Jena, 1899. 

"Abdruck aus dem Centralblatt fUr bakteriologie, parasitenkunde und in' 
fektionakrankheiten. 2 abt. 5 bd. 1899," pp. 279-287. 

[Fischer, Friedrich Ernst Ludwig von, and Meyer, Carl 
Anton]. Enumeratio plantarum novarum a Schrenk lecta- 
rum. 12°. pp. viii, 113. pi. 2. Petropoli, 1841. 

Fischer, Johann Baptist. See Blume, K. L. Flora Javae 
nee non insularum adjacentium. 

Fischer von Waldheim, A. A. [Historical sketches of the 
Imperial St. Petersburg botanic garden], 1873-1898. 8°. 
pp. vi, 308, vi. plan. [St. Petersburg], 1899. 
In Russian. 

[Report of a foreign journey in the year 1897.] 8°. 

pp. 39. [St. Petersburg], 1898. 

In Russian. 

— = [Report of a journey to Moscow, Uman, Crimea, and 

to Caucasus.] 8°. pp. 27. [St. Petersburg], 1898. 



In Russian. 

Fish, D. S. The book of the winter garden. 12°. pp. xi, 107. 
pi. London, e2c., 1906. (Handbooks of practical gardening, 
XXVI.) 

Fish, D. T. Bulbs and bulb culture; being descriptions, both 
historical and botanical, of the principal bulbs and bulbous 
plants grown in this country, and their chief varieties; with 
full and practical instructions for their successful cultiva^ 
tion both in and out of doors. 2 v. 8°. pp. 326. il. Lon- 
don, n. d. 
Paged continuously. 

editor. Cassell's popular gardening. 4 v. 8°. il. 

col. pi. 4. London, etc., [1884-86]. 

The chrysanthemum; its history, varieties, cultiva- 
tion, and diseases. 12°. pp. 32. il. pi. London, 1882. 

The hardy-fruit book; consisting of a series of ex- 
haustive treatises on the various hardy fruits grown in this 
country. 2 v. in 1. 12°. pp. v. 1. iv, 276, [2]. v. 2. vi, 
318. London, n. d. 

Fisher, Albert Kenrick. Hawks and owls from the standpoint 
of the farmer. 8°. pp. 18. il. [Washington], 1907. (United 
States. Department of agriculture. Biological survey. 
Circular no. 61.) 

• — The hawks and owls of the United States in their 

relation to agriculture. 8°. pp. 210. pi. 26. Washington, 
1893. (United States. Department of agriculture. Divi- 
sion of ornithology and mammalogy. Bulletin no. 3.) 

Fisher, Jabez. Hardy grapes. 8°. pp. [14]. [Boston, 1894). 
Transactiona of the Mas8ach^^aetta horticultural society, 1894, pt. 1, pp. 39- 
52. 

Fisher, Martin L. See Wiancko, A. T., and Fisher, M. L. 
Alfalfa in Indiana. 

Fisher, Osmond. Notes on the art of growing roses out-of- 
doors. Ed. 2. 12°. pp. 23. London, 1870. 

" Reprinted from the Oardener's chronicle." 

Ed. 4. 16°. pp. [1], 39. London, n. d. 

"Reprinted, with additions, from the Gardeners* chronicle." 



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Fisher, Richard Thornton, and others. The redwood. 4°. 
pp. 40. il. pi. 13. Washington, 1903. (United States. 
Department of agriculture. Bureau of forestry. Bulletin 
no. 38.) 

Contenta: — A study of the redwood, by R. T. Fisher. — The brown rot 
disease of the redwood, by Hermann von Schrenk. — Insect enemies of 
the redwood, by A. D. Hopkins. 

See Graves, H. S., and Fisher, R. T. The woodlot. 

Fisher, Roy Washburn. Apple growing in Montana. 8°. 

pp. [16]. Bozeman, 1902. (Montana. Agricultural ex- 
periment station. Bulletin no. 44.) 

Fruit tree planting in Montana. 8°. pp. 36. il. 

Bozeman, 1909. (Montana. Agricultural experiment sta- 
tion. Bulletin no. 77.) 

Onion growing; a preliminary report. 8°. pp. [14]. 

Bozeman, 1905. (Montana. Agricultural experiment sta- 
tion. Bulletin no. 60.) 

An orchard study of the Bitter Root valley. 8°. pp. 

[33]. il. pi. 9. Bozeman, 1907. (Montana. Agricultural 
experiment station. Bulletin no. 66.) 

Ornamental trees and shrubs for Montana. 8°. 



Fitch, C. L. Productiveness and degeneracy of the Irish 
potato. Preliminary studies mostly within the Pearl variety. 
8°. pp. 16. il. Fort Collins, 1910. (Colorado. Agricul- 
tural experiment station. Bulletin no. 176.) 

and Bennett, Ellsworth Richard. The potato in- 
dustry of Colorado. 8°. pp. 80. il. col. plate. Fort 
Collins, 1910. (Colorado. Agricultural experiment sta- 
tion. Bulletin no. 175.) 
** Potato insects, by S. A. Johnson," pp. 42-45. 

Fitch, John Nugent, illustrator. See Warner, Robert, and 
Williams, Samuel. The orchid album. 

Fitch, Walter Hood, illustrator. See Benthajn, George. 
Handbook of the British flora. 

illustrator. See Brandis, Sir Dietrich. Illustrations of 



pp. 46. Bozeman, 1910. (Montana. Agricultural experi- 
ment station. Bulletin no. 80.) 
Fisher, S. I. Observations on the character and culture of the 
European vine, during a residence of five years in the vine 
growing districts of France, Italy and Switzerland. To 
which is added. The manual of the Swiss vigneron ... by 
Brun Chappuis, and The art of wine mafing, by Mons. 
Bulos; translated from the French. 12°. pp. vii, 13-244 
Philadelphia, 1834. 

Fisher, S. W. Address before the N. Y. state agricultural so- 
ciety, Sept. 18, 1863. 8°. pp. 34. Albany, 1863. 

Fisher, Sidney George. Address delivered before the Mont- 
gomery county agricultural society, Oct. 7, 1859. 8°. 
pp. 26. Philadelphia, 1859. 

Fisher, William Richard. Forest protection; being an Eng- 
Ush adaptation of " Der forstschutz," by Richard Hess. (In 
ScHLicH, Wilham. Manual of forestry, v. 4, 1895.) 

Forest utilization; being an English translation of 

"Die forstbenutzung," by Karl Gayer. (In Schlich, Wil- 
liam. Manual of forestry, v. 5, 1896.) 

Fiske, G. Burnap, compil&r. Prize gardening, how to derive 
profit, pleasure, health, from the garden. Actual experience 
of the successful prize winners in the American agriculturist 
garden contest. 12°. pp. xiv, 307. il. New York, 1901. 

See Morse, J. E. The new rhubarb culture. 

Fiske, William Fuller. An annotated catalogue of the butter- 
flies of New Hampshire. 8°. pp. 80. il. Durham, 1901. 
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illustrator. See Hooker, Sir W. J. The British ferns. 

illustrator. See Hooker, Sir W. J. FiUces exoticae. 

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Fitz, Janaes. The southern apple and peach culturist . . . 
containing full and practical instructions in successful cul- 
ture, grafting, budding, training, transplanting, mulching, 
prumng, fruit-gathering, &c., together with descriptive cata- 
logues of the most esteemed orchard fruits suitable for the 
table, the kitchen, and for market purposes . . . Also a 
treatise on insects and their extermination. J W Fitz 
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Sweet potato culture; giving full instructions from 

startmg the plants to harvesting and storing the crop, with 
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Fitzgerald, Robert David. Australian orchids. 2 v f ° ml 
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Fitzherbert, S. W. The book of the wild garden 12° dd 
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Fitzpatrick,T.J. The ferns and theu- allies of Iowa. 8° dd 
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duced into Massachusetts, where they come from, what they 

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— ■_ — See Howard, L. O., and Fiske, W. F. The importa- 
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Fitch, Asa. An essay upon the wheat-fly and some species 
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— — Report on the noxious, beneficial and other insects 
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lst-9th, reprinted in 3 v. from the Transactions of the New York state 
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Flagg, Melzer. Remarks on the culture of the grape, and the 
manufacture of wine m the western states, comprised in a 
report made by direction of the Cincinnati horticultural sc^ 
ciety. 8 . pp. 18. Cmcinnati, 1846. 

^^n^f«K^J^/°-''P''^-- Hand-book of the sulphur-cure as ap- 
^^T^}^ to the vme disease m America, and diseases of apple 
and other fruit trees. 12°. pp.99, il. New York, 1870 
r- Three seasons in European vineyards; tre'atine of 



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Flagg, Wilson (Continued). A prize essay on agricultural The board of agriculture and the state farm. An ad- 

education. 8 . pp. 26. Boston, 1858. dress delivered before the Franklin county agricultural 

fvom the Tramactiorui of the Maasachuselts society for promoting agrimU society, Oct. 2, 1856. 8°. pp.16. Greenfield, 1856. 

ture, new ser., v. 1, 1858. ^ i ) f f i 

Studies in the field and forest. 8°. pp. vi, 330 ~^7^ Culture of the grasses. 8°. pp.16, il. Boston, 

Boston, 1857. ^^^O- (Agricultural tract, no. 1.) 

The woods and by-ways of New England. 8° pp .A practical treatise on grasses and forage plants; 

xviii, 442. pi. 22 Boston 1872 comprising their natural history, comparative nutritive 

" KaXoanyomat & Nagyvdrad, ISn." P \ J > ■ 

Fla^ and hemp spinners and growers. Report of the ^^o^l^ ^"""''"^ "^- ^^° ^''- ^^^^ '^^ '''^*'' 

proceedings of the convention . . . held in Greenwich, t,;,,. , ' ° 

N. Y., Feb. 10, 1887, with the report of the annual meeting ^"" ''^^- 2 '° T^' " . . 

of the Flax and hemp spinners' and growers' association. T ^^^ Emerson, G. B., and Flint, C. L. Manual of 

8°. pp. 40. Boston, 1887. agriculture, for the school, the farm, and the fireside. 

Flax and hemp spinners' and growers' association. Re- ^li^^i Daniel. Hop culture in California. 8°. pp. 26. il. 

port. 8° pp. 29. Boston, 1885 Washington, 1900. (United States. Department of agri- 

[Fleetwood, William, *ransiaM. Curiosities of nature and ^,!"'1*T; f^^^^f bulletin no. 115.) 

art in husbandry and gardening. See [Vallemont, P L de S^"!^*. Martha Bock^e. A garden of simples. 12°. pp. 307. 

abbi]. New York, 1900. 

Fleming, John. Spring and winter flower gardening; con- [Flint, William F.] Trees and shrubs of New Hampshire, 

taining the system of floral decoration as practised at Clive- ^°- PP- t^l, 42. Manchester, 1891. 

den, the seat of Her Grace Harriet duchess of Sutherland " I^rom tb^ 19th Report of the board of trustees of the College of agriculture 

16°- pp. vii, 104. il. frontis. London, 1864. """^ rr^eehanie arts. Jan. 1891." 

Fletcher, Austin Bradstreet. Macadam roads. 8°. pp.39. ^'i?*°"',,{™f'\i?°^Pll^^^^^^ 

il. Washington, 1908. (United States. Department of ^n" ^"'nf t FwJ'^^^it ^?7^ '^'^"''*' «°"ected and ar- 

agriculture. Farmers' bulletin no. 338.) beriand n d 37 specimens. Keswick, Cum- 

^^1888-rV?r^'' ■^^°'^ ottawaensis. 8°. pp. 101. Ottawa, Specimens of British mosses in the English lake dis- 

, ,„ . , , , „ , ,, . trict. 8°. 98 specimens. Keswick, Cumberland, n. d. 

pp. 1-13 reprinted from the Ottawa naturalist, May-Aug. 1888; pp. 14- , , . . , ^ t-. ^ i 

101 published with the Ottawa naturalist, Oct. l888-[Jan. 1894?]. Floorke, Heinrich Gustav. De Cladoniis, difBciUimo lichenum 

[ ] Weeds. 8°. pp. 39. il. [Ottawa, 1897]. (Canada. genere, commentatio nova. 8° pp. 186. Rostochii, 1828. 

Central experimental farm. Bulletin no. 28.) Flora; jaarboekje voor bloemliefhebbers en bloemkweekers. 

-See Clark, G. H., and Fletcher, James. Farm weeds v- ^-^' ^- 24°. Amsterdam, 1833-40. 



of Canada. Flora and sylva; a monthly review for lovers of garden, 

See Grisdale, J. H., and others. Alfalfa or lucern. '"°°,^^S'^^\^^^^,^L^?^^^\f!t W^^^ '^^ ,^-, R^inson. 

™i ^ ,- T,,.-i T> II a oi- 1 J ii« tr , V. 1-3. Apr. 1903-Dec. 1905. 4°- il. col. pi. London, 

Fletcher, Philena Belle. See Slingerland, M. V., and 1903-05 

Fletcher, P. B. The ribbed cocoon-maker of the apple. ^^ ^^^^ pubiUhed. 

Fletcher, Stevenson Whitcomb. How to make a fruit garden; j-jora domestica. See [Kent, Elizabeth], 
a practical and suggestive manual for the home garden, _, .. ... 

illustrated from photographs mostly by the author. 4°. ^lo'* ^n pomona; magazijn voor tmnbouw, warmoezerij, 
pp. xix, 283. pi. New York, 1906. boomkweekenj en wetenschappelijken landbouw. v. 1-6; 

' „. . . , ' „„ ,„„, ., -.,, new ser. V. 1-3. 8. pi. Utrecht, [1854]-62. 

PoUmation in orchards. 8 . pp. [28]. il. Ithaca, _, ,. „ ._ .. „ ... , 

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Soils; how to handle and improve them. 8°. pp. Beaver Brook reservations of the Metropolitan park com- 

438 pi New York, 1907. (Farm library.) mission, Massachusetts. See [Deane, Walter]. 



xxvm, 



Fletcher, Thomas C. Scientific farming made easy; or. The The floral cabinet and magazine of exotic botany. Con- 
science of agriculture reduced to practice. 12°. pp. x, 188. ducted by G.B. Knowles and Frederic Westcott. v. 1-3. 
London, etc, 1860. 4°. col. pi. London, 1837-40. 

Fletcher, William Franklin. Bridge grafting of fruit trees. No more pubUshed. 

8° PP 8. il. [Washington, 1916]. (United States. De- Floral life; devoted to nature and ornamental gardening, 

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The native persimmon. 8°. pp. 28. il. Washing- f ^l?^^' f - ^^"^J^^" ^. , .^^ ,^. , , 

ton, 1915. (United States. Department of agriculture. 1° O"*- 1906 *« Mayflower combmed with this journal. 

Farmers' bulletin no. 685.) The floral magazine; comprising figures and descriptions of 

See Gould, H P., and Fletcher. W. F. Apples and popular garden flowers. jyJ-K);^new ser. no. 1-120 [v. 11- 

peaches m the Uzark region. ,. , , ™ ,, „,„,„,,„,. 

*^ o , _ ^ , _,. _ „ . V. 1 edited by Thomas Moore; v. 2-12, by H. H. Dombrain; v. 13-14, 

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Deaches on the farm. '^.'^^ drawings by Walter Fitch, James Andrews, W. G. Smith, and J. N 

Flint Charles Louis. Address delivered at the annual fair New ser. reads: The floral magazine; figures and descriptions of the 
of the Hampden county agricultural society, Oct. 4 and 5, choicest °ew flc«rer8 for the garden, stove, or conservatory. 

1855. 8°. pp. 27. Springfield, 1856. r^ a x ia' a a -a , .v.i i 

edUor. The American farmer; a complete agricultural The floral world and garden gmde. [monthly 

library with useful facts for the household, devoted to farm- ^^«- ^.^SO- » ^- <=°1- Pl- London, 1858 8( 

ing in all its departments and details, etc 2 v. 4 pp. i;. 1. ilgOg, ^ait^i by 'Shirley Hibberd. 

iv [2], X, 851. V. 2. xxiil, 1033. il. pl. Hartiora, Oonn., 1377-80, title reads: The floral world, garden guide, and country com- 

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Floralia; geiUustreerd weekblad voor tuinbouw, bloementeelt, 
boomkweekerij, landbouw, veeteelt en fruithandel. v. 29- 
36. 1908-1915. f°- il. col. pi. Assen, 1908-15. 

Incomplete. 

Flore des jardins du royaume des Pays-Bas. See Annales 

d'horticulture et de botanique. 
Flore des serres et des jardins de I'Europe. v. 1-23. 8°. il. 

pi. Gand, 1845-80. 

No more published. 

Florence. Congresso (1°) degli orticultori italiani, 
1880. See Congresso (1°) degli orticultori italiani, 

Firenze, 1880. 
Congresso intemazionale botanico, Fireme, 1874. 

See Congresso intemazionale botanico, Fireme, 1874. 
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V. l-[27]. Mar. 1833-Dec. 1859. 8°. il. pi. London, 

[18381-59. 

V. 1-22, conducted by Joseph Harrison. 

Continued as Gardeners^ weekly magazine and floricuUural cabinet; after- 
wards Gardenere' magazine. 

The floricultural magazine and miscellany of gardening. 
Edited by Robert Marnock. [monthly], v. 1-6. June 
1836-May 1842. 8°. il. col. pi. London, [1836-42]. 
No more published. 

Florida. Agricultural experiment station, Gainesville. Annual 
report. 1888-1890/91, 1893-1905/06, 1907/08, 1910/11, 
1912/13. 8°. Jacksonville, etc., [1889]-1914. -» 

From 1888 to 1907 .the experiment station was located at Lake City. 

— — • Bulletin no. 1-118, 120, 121, 123-127. 8°. 

Jacksonville, etc., 1888-[1915]. -> 
Florida dispatch, farmer and fruit grower, [weekly]. New 

ser. V. 1, no. 49-v. 5, no. 9. Jan. 2, 1890-Mar. 4, 1893. f°- 

il. Jacksonville, 1890-93. 

Florida state horticultural society. Proceedings of the 
annual meeting. 5th-12th, 18th-20th, 25th, 27th, 28th. 
1892-1899, 1905-1907, 1912, 1914, 1915. 8°. il. Talla- 
hassee, etc., [1892-1915]. -^ 

Florilegium harlbmense; colored plates with descriptions of 
bulbous and tuberous rooted plants, published under the 
auspices of the council of the Algemeene vereeniging voor 
bloembollencultuur, Haarlem. f°. 60 col. pi. Haarlem, 
[1896-]1901. 
In Dutch , English, French, and German. 

The florist. See The florist, fruitist, and garden miscellany. 

The florist and garden miscellany. See The florist, fruitist, 
and garden miscellany., 

The florist and horticultural joiu-nal, a monthly magazine of 
horticulture, agriculture, botany, agricultural chemistry, 
entomology, &c. v. 1-4. 8°. il. col. pi. Philadelphia, 
1852-[55]. 

V. 1, edited by R. E. Scott; v. 2-4, edited by H. C. Hanson. 

V. 1, title reads: The Philadelphia florist and horticultural journal, etc. 

Title-page of v. 4 wanting. 

The florist and pomologist; a pictorial monthly magazine of 
flowers, fruits, and general horticulture. 1862-1884. 4°. 
il. col. pi. London, 1863-84. 

Continuation of the Florist, fruitist, and garden miscellany. 

1880-84, title reads: The florist and pomologist, and suburban gardener, 

etc. 

The florist, fruitist, and garden miscellany, [monthly], v. 
1-[14]. Jan. 1848-Dec. 1861. 8°- il. col. pi. London, 
1848-61. 

V. 1, title reads: The florist, v. 2-3, title reads: The florist and garden 

miscellany. 

For continuation, see The florist and pomologist. 

The florist's exchange; a weekly medium of interchange for 
florists, nurserymen, seedsmen, and the trade in general. 
V. 1-40. Dec. 1888-Dec. 1915. f°. il. pi. New York, etc., 
1888-1915. -> 
Wanting v. 2, no. 2 and 7. 

The florist's journal, [monthly, v. 1-6.] May 1840-Dec. 
1845. 8°. il. col. pi. London, 1840-45. 

Reissued in 1846 as The British florist; or, Lady's journal of horticulture. 
For continuation, see The florist's journal and gardener's record. 



The florist's journal and gardener's record; a practical^boqk 
of reference for all who have gardens, [v. 1-3.] 8°. il. 
col. pi. London, [1846^8]. 

Continuation of the Florist's journal. , - ■ . 

"Dictionary of flowers" appended to v. 1. "Dictionary of frmts and 
vegetables " appended to v. 2. " Dictionary of hardy trees and shrubs 
appended to v. 3. 
No more published. 

The florist's manual. See [Jackson, Mrs. M. E.]. 

The florists' review; a weekly journal for florists, seedsmen, 
and nurserymen, v. 1-36. Dec. 2, 1897-Nov. 4, 1915. 4°. 
il. Chicago, etc., 1897-1915. -» 
1897-June 20, 1912, title reads: The weekly florists' review. 

Florula columbie^sis; or, A list of plants found in the Dis- 
trict of Columbia, arranged according to the Linnaean sys- 
tem under their respective classes and orders, etc., and ex- 
hibiting their generally received common names and time 
of flowering, during the years 1817 and 1818. sm. 4°. 
pp. 14. Washington, 1819. 

Published by the Washington botanical society. 

Flossfeder, F. C. H. See Bioletti, P. T., and others. Grow- 
ing and grafting olive seedlings. 

Flotow, Julius von. Lecidea scabrosa Ach. Meth. in ihrem 
verhaltnisse zu Lecidea flavovirescens Borr. (L. citrinella 
Ach.), und Lecidea Drapamaldii Gratel. (sub Placodio) (L. 
flavovirescens Flarke, Fries; L. sphaerica Schaer.). 4° 
pp. [22]. il. n. p., [1845?]. 

The flower garden. 2 pt. 12°. pp. 24, 20. Chicago, 1882. 
(Farm library, v. 1, no. 2, 3.) 

1. Annuals, bedding plants, spring and summer flowering plants. — 

2. Herbaceous plants, shrubs, vines, and native ornamental plants. 

The flower garden; a quarterly magazine of floral progress, 
no. 1-7. Aug. 1872-Apr. 1874. 8°. il. pi. Brooklyn, 
N. Y., 1872-74. 
For continuation, see The American garden. 

The flower-garden display'd in above four hundred curious 
representations of the most beautiful flowers, regularly dis- 
pos'd in the respective months of their blossom, curiously 
engrav'd from the designs of Mr. Furber, and others . . . 
2d ed. To which is added, A flower-garden for gentlemen 
and ladies, being the art of raising flowers . . . also the 
method of raising salleting, cucumbers, melons, etc., at any 
time of the year, as it is now practised by Sir Thomas More. 
8°. pp. [6], 139, [15]. col. pi. 12. London, 1734. 

The flower garden, with selected lists of annual, biennial, and 
perennial flowering plants. See [Mcintosh, Charles]. 

Flower lore; a real practical magazine for the garden en- 
thusiast. By Maurice Fuld. [monthly], v. 1, no. 1-2. 
July-Aug. 1916. 8°. New York, 1916. -^ 

Flower lore; the teachings of flowers, historical, legendary, 
poetical, and symboUcal. 8°. pp. [3], 233. il. Belfast, 
n.d. , 

Flowering bulb culture. 8°. pp. 31. London, n. d. (Salis- 
bury series of garden produce handbooks, no. 4.) 

The flowers personified. Translated from the French, by N. 
Cleaveland. To which is added a treatise on botaUy and 
ladies' horticulture. [Introduction by Alph. Karr.] pt. 17. 
4°. pp. vi, 16. col. pi. 2. New York, n. d. 

Floy, Michael. See Lindley, George. A guide to the orchard 
and fruit garden. 

Floyd, Bayard Franklin, and Stevens, Harold Edwin. Mel- 
anose and stem-end rot. 8°. pp. 16. il. Gainesville 
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See Rolfs, P. H., and others. Diseases of citrus fruits. 

FlUckiger, Priedrich August, and Hanbury, Daniel. Phar- 
macographia; a history of the principal drugs of vegetable 
origin met with in Great Britain and British India 8° 
pp. xvi, [4], 704. London, 1874. 

Focke, Wilhelm Olbers. Die pflanzen-mischlinge; ein beitrag 
zur biologie der gewiichse. 8°. pp. iv, 570. Berlin, 1881. 

Forster, Carl Friedrich. Handbuch der cacteenkunde in 
ihrem ganzen umfange; oder. Die erfolgreichsten, auf die 



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neuesten erfahrungen gegr&ndeten kulturangaben, sowie 
ausfuhrliohe und genaue besehreibung und beriohtigte sy- 
nonymik sammtlicher bis jetzt bekannt gewordener cacteen 
und (iberhaupt alles in bezug auf diese pflanzenfamilie sonst 
nur wissenswerthe. sm. 4°. pp. xi, 548. table. Leipzig, 
1846. 

Naoh dem gegenwartigen atande der wissen- 



schaft bearbeitet und durch die seit 1846 begriindeten gat- 
tungen und neu eingefiihrten arten vermehrt von Theodor 
Rumpler. Ed. 2. v. 1. 8°- pp. xv, 1029. il. Leipzig, 1886. 
(Der geaammte gartenbau, IV. bd.) 
No more published. 

Foley, John. A working plan for southern hardwoods, and 

its results. 8°. pp. [8]. pi. 3. [Washington, 1902]. 

" Reprint from Yearbook of DevartmerU of agriculture for 1901," pp. 
471-476. 

FoUen, Charles. Suggestions on landscape gardening. 
[With] Thorough drainage; by J. H. Shedd. 8°. pp. 20. 
Boston, 1859. 

Follwell, Percy. The book of the chrysanthemum. 12°. pp. 
vii, 97. pi. London, etc., 1907. (Handbooks of practical 
gardening.) 

Folsom, Charles William. The surface drainage of the metro- 
politan district. 8°. pp. [4]. map. Boston, 1876. 

" From 7th Report of the Massachusetts state board of health," 1876, pp. 
509-512. 

Folsom, Justus Watson. The insect pests of clover and al- 
falfa. 8°. pp. [87]. il. col. plate. Urbana, 1909. (Illinois. 
Agricultural experiment station. Bulletin no. 134.) 

Fontaine, William Morris. Contributions to the knowledge 
of the older mesozoic flora of Virginia. 4°. pp. xi, 144. pi. 
54. Washington, 1883. (Monographs of the United States 
geological survey, v. 6.) 

Foord, J. Decorative flower studies for the use of artists, de- 
signers, students, and others. f°. pp. [3], 40. il. col. pi. 
40. London, etc., 1901. 

Foote, Asahel. Essay on the manufacture of rnanures, and 
the application of the same to the different varieties of soils. 
8°. pp. 38. Boston, 1843. 

Forbes, Alexander. Short hints on ornarnental gardening, 
containing directions for planting, training, and pruning 
fruit and forest trees, shrubs & flowers. To which is added, 
a select list of fruit trees and a general priced catalogue of 
hardy forest trees, shrubs, &c. 12°. pp. [3], 104. frontis. 
pi. 3. Kendal, [Eng.], 1820. 

Forbes, James. Hortus woburnensis; a descriptive catalogue 
of upwards of six thousand ornamental plants cultivated at 
Woburn abbey, with numerous illustrative plans for the 
erection of forcing houses, green houses, &c., and an ac- 
count' of their management throughout the year. 8°. pp. 
xxiv, [3], 440, [16]. pi. 26. London, 1833. 

Journal of a horticultural tour through Germany, 

Belgium, and part of France, in the autumn of 1835. To 
which is added a catalogue of the different species of Cacteae 
in the gardens at Woburn abbey. 8°. pp. viii, 164. Lon- 
don, 1837. 

-] Pinetum woburnense; or, A catalogue of coniferous 



Forbes, Stephen Alfred. The cottony maple scale in Illinois. 
8°. pp. [20]. il. pi. 3. Urbana, 1907. (Illinois. Agri- 
cultural experiment station. Bulletin no. 112.) 

The fruit bark beetle. Scolytus rugulosus Ratz. 8°. 

plate. [Champaign, 1891]. (Illinois. Agricultural experi- 
ment station. Bulletin no. 15, pp. 469-478.) 

A general survey of the May-beetles (Phyllophaga) 



of Illinois. 8° pp. [46]. Urbana, 1916. (Illinois. Agri- 
cultural experiment station. Bulletin no. 186.) 

The influence of trees and crops on injury by white- 



grubs. 8°. pp. [7]. Urbana, 1916. (Illinois. Agricultural 
experiment station. Bulletin no. 187.) 

On the life history, habits, and economic relations of 



the white-grubs and May-beetles. 8°. pp. [36]. Urbana, 
1907. (Illinois. Agricultural experiment station. Bulletin 
no. 116.) 

Recent work on the San Jos6 scale in Illinois. 8°. 



pp. [47], il. map. [Urbana, 1899]. (Illinois. Agricultural 
experiment station. Bulletin no. 56.) 

The San Jos6 scale in Illinois. 8°. pp. [16]. il. 



[Urbana, 1897]. (Illinois. Agricultural experiment station. 
Bulletin no. 48.) 

Some important insects of Illinois shade trees and 



shrubs. 8°. pp. [69]. il. Urbana, 1911. (Illinois. Agri- 
cultural experiment station. Bulletin no. 151.) 

Spraying apples for the plum-curculio. 8°. pp. [24]. 



il. Urbana, 1906. (Illinois. Agricultural experiment sta/- 
tion. Bulletin no. 108.) 

What is the matter with the elms in Illinois? 8° 



pp. 22. il. Urbana, 1912. (Illinois. Agricultural experi- 
ment station. Bulletin no. 154.) 
[ and Hart, Charles Arthur]. The economic ento- 
mology of the sugar beet. 8° il. [Urbana, 1900]. (Illi- 
nois. Agricultural experiment station. Bulletin no. 60, pp. 
397-532.) 
" Economic bibliogfaphy,'' pp. 518-523. 

See Illinois. Entomologist. Report. 



Forbush, Edward Howe. The domestic cat, bird killer, 
mouser, and destroyer of wild life; means of utilizing and 
controlling it. 8°. pp. 112. il. pi. 20. frontis. Boston, 
1916. (Massachusetts. State board of agriculture. Eco- 
nomic biology. Bulletin no. 2.) 

A history of the game birds, wild-fowl, and shore birds 

of Massachusetts and adjacent states, including those Used 
for food which have disappeared since the settlement of the 
country, and those which are now hunted for food or sport, 
with observations on their former abundance and recent 
decrease in numbers; also the means for conserving those 
still in existence. 4^. pp. xvi, [1], 622. il. pi. 36. col. 
frontis. [Boston], 1912. 
" Issued by the Massachusetts state board of agriculture." 

Useful birds and their protection; containing brief 



plants in the collection of the duke of Bedford at Woburn 
abbey, ayttematically arranged. [With an introduction by 
the duke of Bedford.] 4°. pp. xvi, [2], 226. frontis. col. 
pi. 67. [London], 1839. 

[ ] Salictum woburnense; or, A catalogue of willows, 

indigenous and foreign, in the collection of the duke of Bed- 
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" From the Transactiorts of the Massachusetts horticultural society," 
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Galusha, O. B. Luscious fruits. How to grow strawberries, 
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Gamble, James Sykes. The Bambuseae of British India, 
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A manual of Indian timbers; an account of the struc- 
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Gannett, Henry. The forests of Oregon. 4°. pp. 36. pi. 7. 
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Trarmactions of the Massachusetts horticultural society, 1891, pt. 1, pp. 
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The teaching botanist; a manual of information upon 



botanical instruction, together with outlines and directions 
for a comprehensive elementary course. 12°. pp. xi, 270. 
il. New York, etc., 1899. 
Garcelon, G. W., and Lelong, B. M. Citrus fruits. 8°. pp. 
38. il. col. plate, map. Sacramento, 1891. 

Contents: — Fifteen years with the lemon, by G. W. Garcelon. — New 
varieties of citrus fruits, by B. M. Lelong. 



with the normal schools of Washington, with notes on school 
garden methods followed in other American cities. 8°. pp. 
47. pi. 5. Washington, 1905. (United States. Depart- 
ment of agriculture. OflSce of experiment stations. Bulletin 
no. 160.) 

Some destructive potato diseases: what they are 



no. 68.) 

Injurious insects. 8°. pp. 63. il. Santa F6,J908. 



(New Mexico. Agricultural experiment station. Bulle- 
tin no. 68.) 

Melon culture. 8°. pp. 38. il. Santa F6, 1907. 



and how to prevent them. 8°. pp. 8. il. Washington, 
1894. (United States. Department of agriculture. Farm- 
ers' bulletin no. 15.) 

Spraying for fruit diseases. 8°. pp. 12. il. Wash- 



Washington, n. d. (United States. Department of agri- 
culture. Botanical division. Section of vegetable pa^- 
thology. Circular no. 6.) 

■ and Woods, Albert Fred. Diseases of shade and orna- 



(New Mexico. Agriculturarexperiment station. Bulletin 
no. 63.) 

Onion culture. 8°. pp. 32. il. Santa F6, 1904. 

(New Mexico. Agricultural experiment station. Bulletin 
no. 52.) 

Shade trees and other ornamentals. 8°. pp. 55. il. 

Santa F6, 1903. (New Mexico. Agricultural experiment 
station. Bulletin no. 47.) 

Sweet potato culture. 8°. pr).35. il. Santa Fd, 1909. 

(New Mexico. Agricultural experiment station. Bulletin 
no. 70.) 

and Mundell, J. E. Peach experiments, 1906-10. 8°. 

pp. 42. il. Santa F6, 1911. (New Mexico. Agricultural 



experiment station. Bulletin no. 76.) 

and Rigney, J. W. Winter protection of the vimfera 

grape. 8°. pp. 32. il. Las Cruces, 1916. (New Mexico. 
Agricultural experiment station. Bulletin no. 100.) 

Garcke, Friedrich August. Flora von nord- und mittel- 
Deutschland. Zum gebrauche auf excursionen, in schulen 
und beim selbstunterricht bearbeitet. Ed. 3. 16°. pp. viii, 
436. Berlin, 1854. 

See Klotzsch, J. F., and Garcke, F. A. Die bota- 

nischen ergebnisse der reise des Prinzen Waldemar von 
Preussen in den jahren 1845 imd 1846. 

The ^a<rden; an illustrated weekly journal of horticulture in 
all its branches; founded and conducted by William Robin- 
son. V. 1-79. Nov. 25, 1871-Dec. 25, 1915. f°. il. col. pi. 
London, 1872-1915. -^ 

V. 1-8, title reads: The garden; an illustrated weekly journal of gardening 
in all its branches. 

" List of plates in The garden, to the end of 1891," v. 42, pp. 347-354. 
" Index to coloured plates '' to the end of 1897, v. 52, pp. 334-344. 

General index to the first twenty half-yearly volumes, 

appearing between Nov. 25, 1871, and Dec. 31, 1881; com- 
piled by W. Miller. 4°. pp. 117. London, u. d. 

The garden and field. See The Australian garden and field. 

Garden and forest; a journal of horticulture, landscape art, 
and forestry. Conducted by C. S. Sargent, [weekly], v. 
1-10. Feb. 29, 1888-Dec. 29, 1897. f°- il. pi. New York. 
1888-97. 

No more published. 

The garden companion and florists' guide. By Arthur Henfrey, 
Thomas Moore, W. P. Ayres, & others. Jan.-Oct. 1852. 
4°. il. col. pi. London, 1852. 

No more published. 

Garden, field, and forest. [From the Demerara "Argosy," 
May 26-Nov. 10, 1888.] 4°. pp. [38]. [Georgetown, 
1888]. 

Garden life illustrated; a practical journal for amateur gar- 
deners, [weekly], v. 1&-29. Apr. 1909-Mar. 1916. f°. 
il. London, 1909-16. ^ 
May 1, 1909, Gardening world was incorporated with this lournal. 

The garden magazine; devoted to planting and managing the 
grounds about the home, and to the cultivation of fruits, 
vegetables, and fiowers. [monthly], v. 1-22. Feb. 1905- 
Jan. 1916. f°. il. New York, 1905-16. -► 

The garden manual; for the cultivation and operations re- 
quired for the kitchen garden, fruit garden, flower garden, 
and florists flowers. By the editors and contributors of 



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" The journal of horticulture." Ed. 7. 16°. pp. 260. il. 
London, 1863. 

The garden of Weld, upon the estate of Larz Anderson, at 
Brookline, Mass. See [T., E.]. 

The garden oracle and illustrated florioultural year book. 
1873, 1881-1912. 12°. il. col. pi. London, [1873-1912]. 

1873-91, edited by Shirley Hibberd; 1892-1912, edited by George 

Gordon. 

1897-1912, title reads: The gardening year book and garden oracle. 

The garden that paid the rent. Ed. 4. 12°. pp. 127. plan. 
London, 1860. 

The gardener; a magazine of horticulture and floriculture, 
[monthly]. 1867-1882. 8°. il. pi. Edinburgh, etc., 1868-82. 
Edited by William Thomson, Kichard Dean, and David Thomson. 

The gardener's almanack and poultry keeper's and apiarian's 
calendar for the year 1868. 16°- il. London, [1868]. 
Edited by G. W. Johnson, and others. 

The gardeners' and farmers' journal, with which is incor- 
porated the Oardeners' gazette. Edited by R. Marnock. 
[weekly], v. 1-5. July 1847-Dec. 1850. f° il. London, 
1847-50. 

A new series of the United gardeners^ and land stewards* journal. 
Incomplete. 

The gardener's and farmer's reason why, containing reasons 
for the principles of scientific cultivation applicable to gar- 
dening and agriculture. 12°. pp. xix, 330. il. London, 
1860. 

Gardeners' and florists' annual for 1915. A year book for 
florists, seedsmen, nurserymen, gardeners, and all inter- 
ested in horticulture. Edited by J. H. Dick. 12°. pp. 
232. il. charts. New York, n. d. 

Gardeners' and fliorists' club of Boston. Constitution, 
by-laws, list of officers and members. [1889, 1893, 1897, 
1905, 1907-1909, 1911-1913.] 16°. Boston, 1889-[1913]. 

The gardener's and forester's record. Conducted by Joseph 
Harrison, [monthly], v. 1-3. June 1833-May 1836. 8°. 
col. pi. London, 1833-36. 

No more published. 

The gardeners' chronicle; a weekly illustrated journal of 
horticulture and allied subjects. 1841-1915. f°. il. pi. 
London, [1841]-1915. -^ 

1874-1886 are New ser., v. 1-26. 1887-1915 are 3d ser., v. 1-58. 
1844-73, title reads: The gardeners' chronicle and agricultural gazette. 

Gardeners' chronicle of America; official organ of the National 
association of gardeners [and] the American association of 
park superintendents, [monthly], v. 19. 1915. f°. il. 
New York, 1915. -> 

The gardeners' gazette and weekly journal of science, lit- 
erature, and general news, more especially the sciences of 
horticultvu-e, botany, natural history, and agriculture. 
Jan. 1837-Dec. 1841; Jan. 1843-Apr. 1844. f°. il. London, 
1837-44. 

Wanting Nov. 7, 1840; Feb. 8, Mar. 4-Apr. 15, May 20, Aug. 5, 1843. 
In July, 1847, this journal was incorporated with the Gardeners' and 
farmers' journal. 

The gardener's labyrinth. [See Hill, Thomas]. 

The gardeners' magazine, [weekly], v. 1-58. 1860-1915. 

f°. (1860, 8°, 1861-64, 4°.) il. col. pi. London, [1860]- 

1915. — 

Continuation of the FloricuUwal cabinet and florist's magazine.^ 

V. 1-7, title reads: The gardeners* weekly magazine and floricultural 

1860, conducted by Messrs. Harrison; 1861-1890, conducted by Shirley 
Hibberd. 

The gardener's magazine; a horticultural journal for profes- 
sional and amateur gardeners. Edited by W. S. King, 
[monthly]. May-Oct. 1854. 8°. il. Boston, 1854. 

The gardener's magazine and register of rural and domestic 
improvement. Conducted by J. C. Loudon, v. 1-10, 1826- 
1834; new ser. v. 1-9, 1835-1843. 8°. il. pi. London, 
1826-43. 

V. 1, quarterly; v. 2-10, bi-monthly; new ser., v. 1-9, monthly. 
No more published. 



The gardeners' magazine of botany, horticulture, floricul- 
ture, and natural science; conducted by Thomas Moore 
[and] W. P. Ayres. v. 1-3. Jan. 1850-Dec. 1851. 4°. il. 
pi. London, 1850-51. 

The gardener's monthly and horticultural a,dvertiser; de- 
voted to horticulture, botany, and rural affairs. Edited by 
Thomas Meehan. v. 1-17. Jan. 1859-Dec. 1875. 8° (v. 1, 
f°). il. pi. Philadelphia, 1859-75. 

In 1876 united with the Horticulturist and journal of rural art, and con- 
tinued under the title: Gardener's monthly and horticuUurist. 

The gardener's monthly and horticulturist. Edited by 
Thomas Meehan. v. 18-30. Jan. 1876-Jan. 1888. 8°. 
il. pi. Philadelphia, 1876-88. 

For V. 1-17, see Gardener's monthly and horticultural advertiser. 
In Feb. 1888, incorporated with American garden. 

The gardeners' record; an Irish fortnightly journal of gar- 
dening and rural economy, v. 2, no. 24-3, no. 26. Nov. 19, 
1870-Dec. 30, 1871. 4°. Dublin, 1870-71. 

Wanting v. 2, no. 27, and v. 3, no. 4 and 10. 

The gardener's weekly magazine and floricultural cabinet. 
See The gardener's magazine. 

Gardening, [semi-monthly], v. 1-23. Sept. 15, 1892-Sept. 
1, 1915. 4°. il. Chicago, 1893-1915. -► 

Gardening illustrated for town and country; a weekly jour- 
nal for amateurs and gardeners. Founded by W. Robinson. 
V. 1-37. Mar. 15, 1879-Dec. 25, 1915. f°. il. London, 
1879-1915. -> 

The gardening world illustrated, [weekly], v. 1-26. Sept. 
1884r-Apr. 1909. f° & 4°. il. pi. London, [1884r-1909]. 

In May, 1909, incorporated with Garden life illustrated. 

The gardening year book and garden oracle. »See The garden 

oracle and illustrated floricultural year book. 
Gardens and gardening. Newport series, [monthly], v. 1, 

no. 2-7. Nov. 1895-Apr. 1896. 4°. il. Newport, R. I., 

1895-96. 

Edited by L. D. Davis. 
Gardens old and new. The country house and its garden 

environment. 3 v. f°. pp. v. 1. xxiv, 294. v. 2. xlv, 284. 

V. 3. xl, 346. il. London, etc., [1900-1909]. 

v. 2, edited by John Leyland; v. 3, edited by H. A. Tipping, v. 2 and 3, 

illustrated by Charles Latham. 

Gardette, Emile B. Biographical memoir of Wilham Draper 
Brinckl4, as read before the Pennsylvania horticultural 
society, March 24, 1863. 8°. pp. 54. Philadelphia, 1863. 

Gardiner, John, and Hepburn, David. The American 
gardener, containing ample directions for working a kitchen 
garden every month in the year; and copious directions for 
the cultivation of flower gardens, vineyards, nurseries, hop- 
yards, green houses, and hot houses. 16°. pp. 204, [4]. 
City of Washington, 1804. 

New ed., much enlarged. To which is added 

a treatise on gardening, by a citizen of Virginia [John Ran- 
dolph], also a few hints on the cultivation of native vines, 
and directions for maldng domestic wines. 16°. pp. 348. 
Georgetown, D. C, 1818. 

Gardiner, William. Catalogue of British mosses, alphabeti- 
cally arranged to facilitate correspondence, and including all 
the new species. Broadside. [Dundee, 184?]. 

Gardner, D. P., editor. The farmer's dictionary: a vocabu- 
lary of the technical terms recently introduced into agri- 
culture and horticulture from various sciences, and also a 
compendium of practical farming; the latter chiefly from 
the works of W. L. Rham, Loudon, Low, and Youatt, and 
the most eminent American authors. 8°. pp. 876. il. 
New York, 1846. 

Gardner, George. Contributions towards a flora of Ceylon. 
8°. pp. [23]. [Calcutta, 1846]. 

Reprinted from the Calcutta journal of natural history, v. 6, 1846, pp. 
471^93. 

Some general remarks on the flora of Ceylon. 8°- 



pp. [10]. [Calcutta, 1847]. 

Keprinted from the Calcutta journal of natural history, v. 8, 1847, pp. 
223-234. 



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Gardner, George (Continued). See Fielding, H. B. Sertxun 
plantarum. 

Gardner, John, editor. See Liebig, Justus von. Familiar 
letters on chemistry and its relation to commerce, physiol- 
ogy, and agriculture. 

Gardner, M. W. See Heald, F. D., and Gardner, M. W. 
Longevity of pycnospores of the chestnut-blight fungus in 
soil. 

Gardner, Victor Ray. A preliminary report on the pollination 
of the sweet cherry. 8°. pp. 40. pi. 12. CorvalUs, 1913. 
(Oregon. Agricultin-al experiment station. Bulletin no. 
116.) 

Garfield, Charles William. Asparagus; its culture for home 
and market. 8°. pp. 7. [Lansing, 1890]. 

Reprinted from the 19th Annual re-port of the secretary of the State horti' 
cultural society of Michigan, 1890, pp. 53-59. 

Embellishment of school grounds. 8°. pp. 4. 



[Lansing, 1883]. 

Reprinted from the 12th Annual report of the secretary of the State horti' 
cultural society of Michigan, 1883, pp. 219-223. 



Lexington, 1893. (Kentucky. Agricultural experiment 
station. Bulletin no. 44.) 

Carnation root-knot. 8°. pp. [12]. il. pi. 4. Lex- 



ington, 1909. (Kentucky. Agricultural experiment sta- 
tion. Bulletin no. 142.) 

The catalpas and their allies. 8°. pp. [23]. il. 



pi. 10. Lexington, 1912. (Kentucky. Agricultural experi- 
ment station. Bulletin no. 164.) 

The chinch-bug. 8°. il. pi. 7. Lexington, 1898. 



(Kentucky. Agricultural experiment station. Bulletin 
no. 74, pp. 45-70.) 

Cutworms in Kentucky. 8°. pp. [23]. il. plate. 



Lexington, 1895. (Kentucky. Agricultural experiment 
station. Bulletin no. 58.) 

Dangerous mosquitoes in Kentucky. 8°. plate. 



Lexington, 1901. (Kentucky. Agricultural experiment 
station. Bulletin no. 96, pp. 199-215.) 

Diseases of nursery stock. Rabbits and their in- 



juries to young trees. 8°. pp. [20]. pi. 10. Lexington, 
1901. (Kentucky. Agricultural experiment station. Bul- 
letin no. 93.) 

The elms and their diseases. 8°. pp. [25]. pi. 13. 



Lexington, Ky., 1899. (Kentucky. Agricultural experi- 
ment station. Bulletin no. 84.) 

Enemies of cucumbers and related plants. 8°. il. 

pi. 4. Lexington, 1901. (Kentucky. Agricultural experi- 
ment station. Bulletin no. 91, pp. 1-56.) 

Ginseng, its nature and culture. 8°. pp. [34]. il. 



pi. 10. Lexington, 1898. (Kentucky. Agricultural experi- 
ment station. Bulletin no. 78.) 

The Hessian fly. 8°. Lexington, 1901. (Kentucky. 



Agricultural experiment station. Bulletin no. 96, pp. 193- 
198.) 

Insects injurious to cabbage. 8°. pp. [35]. il. 



Lexington, 1904. (Kentucky. Agricultural experiment 
station. Bulletin no. 114.) 



Notes on tobacco worms, from observations made in 

1896. Notes on several tobacco insects, etc. pi. 4. {In 
ScovELL, M. A., and others. Tobacco, 1897, pp. 6-39.) 

The pests of shade and ornamental trees. 8°. pp. 53. 



il. Lexington, 1893. (Kentucky. Agricultural experiment 
station. Bulletin no. 47.) 

Poisonous and edible mushrooms. 8°. pi. 16. Lex- 



ington, 1901. (Kentucky. Agricultural experiment sta- 
tion. Bulletin no. 96, pp. 215-222.) 

A preliminary study of Kentucky localities in which 



pellagra is prevalent, having reference to the condition of 
the corn crop and to the possible presence of an insect or 
other agent by which the disease spreads. 8°. pp. 79. il. 
pi. 27. Lexington, 1912. (Kentucky. Agricultural experi- 
ment station. Bulletin no. 159.) 

The San Jos6 scale in Kentucky. 8°. pp. [19]. il. 



Lexington, 1897. (Kentucky. Agricultural experiment 
station. Bulletin no. 67.) 

17-year locusts in Kentucky. 8°. pp. [20]. il. pi. 4. 



Our city's breathing places. Remarks before All 
souls unity club, April 8, 1896. 16°. pp. 11. [Grand 
Rapids, Mich., 1896]. 

The planting of trees. 8°. pp. 15. n. p., n. d. 



" Excerpt of an address before the Illinois horticultural society, Dec. 
13, 1893." 

Garidel, Pierre Joseph. Histoire des plantes qui naissent 
aux environs d'Aix et dans plusieurs autres endroits de la 
Provence. f°. pp. xxxiv, xlvii, [3], 522, [24]. frontis. pi. 
100. Aix, 1715. 

" Explication des noms des auteurs botanistes, avec quelques remarques 
historiques sur leurs ouvrages," pp. i-xlvii. 

Garman, Harrison. The army-worm. 8°. pp. [21]. il. 
pi. 6. Lexington, 1908. (Kentucky. Agricultural experi- 
ment station. Bulletin no. 137.) 

Bordeaux mixture for apple pests. 8°. pp.32, plate. 



Lexington, 1903. (Kentucky. Agricultural experiment 
station. Bulletin no. 107.) 

Some Kentucky weeds and poisonous plants. 8°. 

pp. [87]. pi. 45. Lexington, 1914. (Kentucky. Agricultu- 
ral experiment station. Bulletin no. 183.) 

Some strawberry pests. 8°. pp. 27. il. Lexington, 

1890. (Kentucky. Agricultural experiment station. Bul- 
letin no. 31.) 

Spraying apple trees. Apple orchard pests in Ken- 



tucky. 8°. pp. 71. pi. 27. Lexington, 1908. (Kentucky. 
Agricultural experiment station. Bulletin no. 133.) 

The woody plants of Kentucky. 8°. pp. 62. il. pi. 



8. portraits. Lexington, 1913. (Kentucky. Agricultural 
experiment station. Bulletin no. 169.) 

■ and Didlake, Mary LeGrand. Six different species of 



nodule bacteria. 8°. pp. [23]. pi. 7. Lexington, 1914. 
(Kentucky. Agricultural experiment station. Bulletin 
no. 184.) 

Gamer, George. Modern chrysanthemum culture for the 
million; a handbook for the amateur and cottage gardener. 
12°. pp. viii, 64. il. Liverpool, 1897. 

Gamsey, Henry Edward Fowler, translator. See Bary, H. A. 
de. Comparative morphology and biology of the fungi, 
mycetozoa, and bacteria. 

translator. See Gobel, Karl. Outlines of classification 

and special morphology of plants. 

translator. See Sachs, F. G. J. von. History of botany. 

■ — translator. See Solms-Laubach, Hermann, graf zu. 

Fossil botany. 

Garovaglio, Santo. Enumeratio muscorum omnium in 
Austria inferiore hucusque lectorum adjecta indicatione 
loci eorum natalis, et temporis, quo fructum ferunt. 8°. 
pp. viii, 46, [3]. Viennae, 1840. 

Garrett, J. See Nicholson, George. The illustrated dic- 
tionary of gardening. 

Ganiott, Edward Bennett. Notes on frost. Revised by A. 
G. McAdie. 8° pp. 32. jl. Washington, 1910. (United 
States. Department of agriculture. Farmers' bulletin no. 
104.) 

Gartenbau-verein ftir Bremen und seine umgegend. 

Jahres-bericht. 20th, 23d. 1876, 1879. 8°. il. Bremen. 
1877-80. 

Der gartenbeobachter. Eine zeitschrift des neuesten und 
interessantesten im gebiete der blmnistik und horticultur, 
unter mitwirkung mehrerer kenner und practiker in viertel- 
jahrigen heften mit abbildungen. Herausgegeben von C. 
Gerstenberg. v. 1-6. 12°. pi. Nurnberg, 1837-42. 
No more published. 

Gartenflora; zeitschrift fiir garten- und blumenkunde. 



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8°. il. pi., col. & uacol. Erlangen, 



V. 1-64. 1852-1915. 
etc., 1852-1915. -^ 
Edited by E. Regel, and others. 

V. 1-5, title reads: Gartenflora; monatssohrift far deutsche und acliwei- 
zerisohe garten- und blumenkunde. v. 6-33, title reads: Gartenflora; 
allgemeine monatssohrift fdr deutsche, rusaische, und schweizerische 
garten- und blumenkunde, etc. v. 34, title reads: Gartenflora; monats- 
sohrift fUr garten- und blumenkunde. 
After 1885, issued semi-monthly. 

Beilageheft . . . voUstandiges register, 1872-1881. 

8°. pp. 136. Stuttgart, 1882. 

Beilageheft . . . voUstandiges register, 1892-1901, 

band 41-50; von J. Buchwald. 8°. pp. 113. Berlin, 1903. 

Die gartenkunst; zeitschrift ftir die gesamtinteressen der 
gartenkunst und gartentechnik sowie der damit verwand- 
ten zweige des gartenbaues; herausgegeben vom Verein 
deutscher gartenkunstler. [monthly], v. 1-28. 1899-1915. 
f°. il. BerUn, etc., 1899-1915. -» 

Jan. 1912-Aug. 1914, issued semi-monthly. 

1906-1915, title reads: Die gartenkunst, zeitsohrift fiir gartenkunst 
und verwandte giebete; herausgegeben von der Deutschen gesellschaft 
fiir gartenkunst. 

There is a gap in the numbering between 15 and 27, but the years are con- 
secutive. Jahrg. 27 apparently refers to the society and not to the 
periodical. 

Die gartenwelt. lUustrierte woehenschrift fiir den gesamten 
gartenbau. Herausgegeben von Max Hesdorffer. v. 1-18, 
no. 30. Oct. 1896-Jul. 1914. f° (v. 1, 4°). il. pi. Berlin, 
etc., 1897-1914. 

V. 1 reads: Die gartenwelt; erster jahrgang . . . erschienen unter 
dem titel: Hesdorffer's Monatshefte fur blumen- und gartenfreunde. 

Garver, Samuel. See Oakley, R. A., and Garver, Samuel. 
Medicago falcata, a yellow-flowered alfalfa. 

See Oakley, R. A., and Garver, Samuel. Two types 

of proliferation in alfalfa. 

Gaskill, Alfred. Forest planting in New Jersey. 8°. pp.31, 
il. pi. 3. Union Hill, N. J., 1913. (Forest park reserva- 
tion commission of New Jersey. Reports.) 

and others. The planting and care of shade trees. 8°- 

pp. [70]. il. pi. 12. Paterson, N. J., 1909. 

" Extract from the 14th Annual report of the Forest park reservation com- 
mission of New Jersey, 1908." 

ConteTits: — The planting and care of shade trees, by Alfred Gaskill. — 
Insects injurious to shade trees, by J. B. Smith. — Fungi of native and 
shade trees, by B. D. Halsted. 

Gasparin, Adrien Etienne Pierre, comte de. Fermage; guide 
des propriStaires de biens aiferm^s. Ed. 4. 12°. pp. 216. 
Paris, n. d. (BibUotheque du cultivateur.) 

Metayage; guide des propri^taires de biens soumis 

au m6tayage. Ed. 3. 12°. pp. 159, [2]. Paris, n. d. (Bib- 
liothfeque du cultivateur.) 

Gates, Burton Noble. Bee diseases in Massachusetts. 8°. 
pp. 12. map. [Amherst, 1908]. (Massachusetts. Agricul- 
tural experiment station. Bulletin no. 124.) 

Bee diseases in Massachusetts. (Miscellaneous pa^ 

pers on apiculture.) 8°. pp. [10]. map. Washington, 1911. 
(United States. Department of agriculture. Bureau of 
entomology. Bulletin no. 75, pt. 3.) • 

Bee keeping in Massachusetts. (Miscellaneous 

papers on apiculture.) 8°. il. Washington, 1909. (United 
States. Department of agriculture. Bureau of entomology. 



H. K. F. Eden and Eleanor Lloyd. 4°. pp. xvii, 529. il. 
pi. 9. London, 1900. 

British sea-weeds; drawn from Harvey's Phycologia 



Bulletin no. 75, pt. 7, pp. 79-109.) 
"BibUography," pp. 107-109. 

8°. pp. 32. il. [Amherst, 1909]. 



Agricultural experiment station. 



chusetts. 

129.) 

" Bibliography," pp. 29-31. 

Spraying versus beekeeping. 



(Massa- 
Bulletin no. 



8°. pp. 22. pi. 2. 
Boston7i916. "(Massachusetts.' State board of agriculture. 
Apiary inspection. Bulletin no. 10, A.) 
Gattinger, Augustin. The flora of Tennessee, and a philoso- 
phy of botany. 8°. pp. [2], 296. il. portrait. Nashville, 
1901. 

" Authors consulted and referred to in the Philosophy of botany," pp. 
295-296. 

Gatty, Mrs. Alfred. The book of sun-dials. Originally com- 
piled by Mrs. Alfred Gatty, now enlarged and re-edited by 



britannica. With descriptions, an amateur's synopsis, 
rules for laying out sea-weeds, an order for arranging them 
in the herbarium, and an appendix of new species. 2 v. 
4°. pp. V. 1. xlix, 74. V. 2. 93. col. pi. 80. London, 1872. 

Gaucher, Nicolas. Praktischer obstbau. Anieitimg zur 
erfolgreichen baumpflege und fruchtzucht fiir berufsgartner 
und liebhaber. 4" auflage, neubearbeitet von Max Hesdorf- 
fer. 8°. pp. xii, 482. il. pi. 4. Berlin, 1912. 

Gaudlchaud-Beaupre, Charles. Voyage autour du monde, 
entrepris par ordre du roi . . . ex6cutd sur les corvettes de 
S. M. I'Uranie et la Physicienne, pendant les ann^es 1817- 
1820 . . . par Louis de Freycinet. Botanique. Text & atlas, 
2v. 4° & f°. pp. vii, 522. pi. 120. Paris, 1826. 

Gaudin, Jean Frangois Gottlieb PhiUppe. Flora helvetica; 
sive, Historia stirpium hucusque oognitarum in Helvetia et 
in tractibus conterminis, aut sponte nasoentium aut in 
hominis animaliumque usus vulgo cultarum continuata. 
7 V. 8°. col. pi. 28. Turici, 1828-33. 

Gaudry, Louis. Cours pratique d'arboriculture, contenant 
les parties ou organes qui constituent un arbre fruitier, les 
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Three essays: on picturesque beauty, on picturesque 



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Glenny's hand-book to the flower garden and green- 



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Glenny's hand-book to the fruit and vegetable gar- 



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;- Glenny's manual of practical gardening; containing 

plain and ample instructions for every operation connected 
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The handy book on gardening, and golden rules for 

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Glenny's gardeners' gazette. <See Court gazette and fash- 
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Glover, George H. Larkspur and other poisonous plants. 
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Gloyer, W. O., and Fulton, B. B. Tree crickets as carriers of 
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Goodell, L. W. Aquatic plants and their culture. 8°. pp. 15. 
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[- 



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Wild flowers of America, with . . . plates from orig- 



plants at present known, with descriptions, history, and 
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Supplement. 8°. pp. vii, 119. London, 

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pp. 37. il. Washington, 1916. (United States. Depart- 
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Growing peaches; varieties and classification. 8° 



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Summer apples in the middle Atlantic states. 8°. 

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Two peach scales. 8°. pp. [30]. pi. 4. De Land, 

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Gosse, Philip Henry. The aquarium; an unveiling of the 
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Gossip for the garden, a handbook for the florist and suburban 
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Evaporation of apples. 8°. pp. 38. il. Washing- 
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Fruit growing for home use in the central and south- 
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Growing cherries east of the Rocky Mountains. 8°. 



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and Fletcher, Wilham Franklin. Canning peaches on 

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Gould, John Stanton. The grasses and their culture, 
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pp. [18]. il. Ithaca, 1898. (Cornell university. Agricul- 
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Orchard fruits in the Piedmont and Blue Ridge re- 



gions of Virginia and the south Atlantic states. 8°. pp. 102. 
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Alpine plants, painted from nature by Joseph Seboth. 

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Graham, Robert. Description of several new and rare plants 
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Notes regarding some of the plants observed during 

the last year in excursions from Edinburgh, especially some 
new stations for those of rare occurrence, or concerning the 
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Grandeau, Louis Nicolas. La fumure des champs et des 
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155. table. Paris, 1893. 



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Contents: — Illustrated catalogue of vines. 8th ed. — Grape-vines; de- 
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Grant, E. B. Beet-root sugar and cultivation of the beet. 
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Grantham, Arthur EUiott. Co^eas. 8°. pp. 60. il. 
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Crimson clover culture. 8°. pp. 36. il. Newark, 

[1910]. (Delaware. Agricultural experiment station. Bul- 
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Soy beans. 8°. pp. 39. il. Newark, [1912]. (Dela- 
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Grape and fruit growers' advocate. See Fruit and grape 
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The grape belt, [weekly], v. 1-7. 1893-1898. f°. Dunkirk, 
N. Y., 1893-98. 

The grape culturist; a monthly journal devoted to grape 
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3. Jan. 1869-June 1871. 8°. St. Louis, 1869-71. 

Grapes. 8°. pp. [30]. D. pi. 2. Manhattan, 1902. (Kan- 
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[Gravereauz, Jules]. Roseraie de I'Hay (Seine). Collection 
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[— ] 



and Fisher, Richard Thornton. The woodlot; a hand- 
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See Pinchot, Gifford, and Graves, H. S. The 



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See Zon, Raphael, and Graves, H. S. Light in rela- 



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Graves, Charles Burr, and others. Catalogue of the flowering 
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" Reprint from Yearbook of department of agriculture for 1899," pp. 41&- 
428. 



and E. A. Ziegler. 16°. pp. 208. il. Washington, 1910. 
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Published in place of the proposed second part, and includes both parts. 



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[2]. [Boston, etc., 1862]. 

Proceedings of the American academy of arts and sciences, v. 6, 1862. dd. 55- 
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Bentham, on the recent progress and present state of 

botany. 8°. pp. [17]. [New Haven, 1875]. 

" From the American journal of science and arts," 3d ser., v. 9. 1875 
pp. 288-294, 346-355. . o'". 



The profession of forestry. 8° pp.17. Washington, 

1912. (Umted States. Department of agriculture. Forest 
service. Circular no. 207.) 

Protection of forests from fire. 8°. pp. 48. U. pi. 

10. Washington, 1910. (United States. Department of 
agriculture. Forest service. Bulletin no. 82.) 

The Woodsman's handbook, pt. 1. 16° pp. 148. 

plate. Washington, 1902. (United States. Department of 
agriculture. Bureau of forestry. Bulletin no. 36.) 

Revised and enlarged ed. By H. S. Graves 



Biographical sketch [of W. S. Sullivant]. {In Sul- 

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;— Botanical memoirs, extracted from vol. vi. (new 

series) of the Memoirs of the American academy of arts and 
sciences: viz., On Neviusia, a new genus of Rosaceae; on 
the botany of Japan and its relations to that of North 
America, etc.; on the genus Croomia and its place in the 
natural system; on Ancistrophora, a new genus of the order 
Compositae from Cuba. 4°. pp. [76]. pi. 2. Boston, etc. 

The botanical text-book for colleges, schools, and 

private students. Comprising: Part 1. An introduction to 
structural and physiological botany. Part 2. The princi- 
ples of systematic botany, with an account of the chief 
natura,l families of the vegetable kingdom, and notices of 
the principal officinal or otherwise useful plants 12° nn 
413. il. New York, etc., 1842. " ^P' 

Ed. 2. 8°. pp. 509. U. New York, 1845. 

Ed. 3. 8°. pp. 520. il. New York, 1850. 

Ed. 4. 8°. pp. 528. il. New York, 1853. 

"^ ^^- 5- 8°. pp. 555. il. New York, etc., 

Ibt physiok"°*'°° *° ''™°""*' *°'' systematic botany and vege- 
Ed. 5. 8°. pp. 555. il. New York, etc., 



1877. 



vigiVwe'^pkysfology.''"™ *° ^'^"°""^' ^^^ "^^t^-'ti'' botany and 
l^Snr N^w York,"^c. V9^-85- '^ '^' '*'• "' '■ '^' 

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Gray, Asa (Continued). Catalogue of the phaenogamous and 
acrogenous plants contained in Gray's Manual of the botany 
of the northern United States adapted for marking desiderata 
in exchange of specimens. 8°. pp. [29]. New York, 1859. 

Characteristics of the North American flora; an ad- 
dress to the botanists of the British association for the ad- 
vancement of science at Montreal. 8°. pp. [18]. [New- 
Haven, 1884]. 

" Vrom. the American journal of science," 3d Ber., v. 28, 1884, pp. 323-340. 

Characters of new genera and species of plants. 8°. 

pp. [12]. [Boston, etc., 1873]. 

Proceedings of the American academy of arts and sciences, v. 8, 1873, 
pp. 620-631. 

Characters of new or obscure species of plants of 

monopetalous orders in the collection of the United States 
south Pacific exploring expedition under Captain Charles 
Wilkes. With occasional remarks, &c. 8° pp. [51]. 
[Boston, etc., 1861]. 

" Extracted from the Proceedings of the American academy of arts and 
sciences," v. 5, 1860-62, pp. 321-352, v. 6, 1862-63, pp. 37-55. 

Characters of new plants of California and elsewhere, 



principally of those collected by W. H. Brewer and H. N. 
Bolander in the State geological survey. 8°. pp. [75]. 
[Boston, etc., 1868]. 

" Extracted from the Proceedings of the American academy of arts and 
sciences," v. 7, 1868, pp. 327-401. 

Characters of some Compositae in the collection of 

the United States south Pacific exploring expedition under 
Captain Wilkes, with observations, &c. 8°. pp. [32]. 
[Boston, etc., 1861]. 

Proceedings of the American academy of arts and sciences, v. 5, 1860-62, 
pp. 115-146. 

Characters of some little-known or new genera of 

plants. 8°. [7]. [Boston, etc., 1877]. 

*' Extr. from the Proceedings of the American academy of arts and sciences," 
V. 12, 1877, pp. 159-165. 

Characters of some new genera and species of Com- 
positae from Texas. 8°. pp. 4. [Boston, etc., 1846). 

" From the Proceedings of the American academy of arts and sciences, Dec. 
1846," pp. 46-49. 

Characters of some new genera of plants, mostly from 



Polynesia, in the collection of the United States exploring 
expedition, under Captain Wilkes. 8°. pp. 8. Cambridge, 
1853. 

" From the Proceedings of the American academy of arts and sciences," v. 3, 
1852-57, pp. 48-54. 

Characters of some new species of Compositae in the 



Mexican collection made by C. C. Parry and Edward 
Palmer, chiefly in the province of San Luis Potosi, in 1878. 
8°. pp. [16]. [Boston, etc., 1879]. 

" Extracted from the Proceedings of the American academy of arts and 
sciences," v. 15, 1879, pp. 25-41. 

Characters of various new species. 8°. pp. [11]. 



[Boston, etc., 1874]. 

" Extracted from the Proceedings of the American academy of arts and 
sciences," v. 10, 1874, pp. 68-78. 

Charles Darwin; a biographical notice. 8°. pp. 11. 



[New Haven, 1882]. 

" From the American journal of science," 3d ser., v. 24, 1882, pp. 453-463. 
— Chloris boreali-amerioana. Illustrations of new, rare, 



or otherwise interesting North American plants, selected 
chiefly from those recently brought into cultivation at the 
botanic garden of Harvard university. Decade I. 4°. pp. 
56. pi. 10 (8 col.). Cambridge, 1846. 

" From the Memoirs of the American academy of arts and sciences," new 
Ber., V. 3, pp. 1-56. 

Conspectus of the North American Hydrophyllaceae. 



8°. pp. [32]. [Boston, etc., 1875]. 

" Extracted from the Proceedings of the American academy of arts and 
sciences," V. 10, 1875, pp. 311-332. 

— Contributions to American botany. 1. Revision of 



some polypetalous genera and orders precursory to the flora 
of North America. 2. Sertum chihuahuense: appendix. 
3. Miscellanea. 8°. pp. [45]. [Boston, etc., 1887]. 
" From the Proceedings of the American academy of arts and sciences," v. 
22, 1887, pp. 270-314. 



Contributions to American botany. 1. Revision of 

the North American Ranunculi. 2. Sertum chihuahuense. 
3. Miscellanea. 8°. pp. [51]. [Boston, etc., 1886]. 

" From the Proceedings of the American academy of arts and sciences," V, 
21, 1886, pp. 363-413. 

Contributions to North American botany. 1. Char- 



acters of new Compositae, with revisions of certain genera, 
and critical notes. 2. Miscellaneous genera and species. 
8°. pp. 96. [Boston, etc., 1883]. 

Proceedings of the American academy of arts and sciences, v. 19, 1884, 
pp. 1-98. 

— Contributions to North American botany. 1. Stud- 
ies of Aster and Solidago in the older herbaria. 2. Novitiae 
arizonicae, etc.: Characters of the new plants of certain 
recent collections, mainly in Arizona and adjacent districts, 
&c. 8°. pp. [68]. [Boston, etc., 1882]. 

" Extracted from the Proceedings of the American academy of arts and 
sciences," v. 17, 1882, pp. 163-230. 

Contributions to the botany of North America. 1. 

Characters of Canbya, n. gen., and Arctomecon. 2. Char- 
acters of new species, &c. 8°. pp. [34]. pi. 2. [Boston, etc., 
1876]. 

" Extracted from the Proceedings of the American academy of arts and 
sciences," v. 12, 1877, pp. 51-84. 

Contributions to the botany of North America. 

1. Elatines americanae. 2. Two new genera of Acanthaceae. 
3. New Astragali. 4. Miscellaneae. 8°. pp. [14]. 
[Boston, etc., 1878]. 

" Extracted from the Proceedings of the American academy of arts and 
sciences," v. 13, 1878, pp. 361-374. 

Contributions to the botany of North America. 



1. A revision of some borragineous genera. 2. Notes on 
some American species of Utricularia. 3. New genera of 
Arizona, California, and their Mexican borders, and two 
additional species of Asclepiadaceae. 4. Gamopetalae mis- 
cellaneae. 8°. pp. [54j. [Boston, etc., 1885]. 

" From the Proceedings of the American academy of arts and sciences," v. 
20, 1885, pp. 257-310. 

A cursory examination of a collection of dried plants 

made by L. C. Ervendberg around Wartenberg, near Tan- 
toyuca, in the ancient province Huasteoa, Mexico, in 1858 
and 1859. 8°. pp. [17]. [Boston, etc., 1861]. 

" Extracted from the Proceedings of the American academy of arts and 
sciences," v. 5, 1860-62, pp. 174-190. 

Darwiniana; essays and reviews pertaining to Dar- 
winism. 8°. pp. xii, 9-396. New York, 1877. 

Determination of a collection of plants made in 



Oregon by Elihu Hall during the summer of 1871, with 
characters of some new species and various notes. 8°- pp. 
[41]. [Boston, etc., 1872]. 

Proceedings of the American academy of arts and sciences, v. 8, 1873, 
pp. 372^12. 

Diagnoses of the species of sandal-wood, Santalum, 

of the Sandwich Islands, in the collection of the United 
States South-Sea exploring expedition. 8° pp. [2]. [Bos- 
ton, 1859]. 

" Extracted from the Proceedings of the American academy of arts and 
sciences," v. 4, 1857-60, pp. 37-38. 

Do varieties wear out, or tend to wear out? [New 

York, 1874). 

Cutting from the New York weekly tribune, Deo. 9, 1874. 

Elements of botany. 12°. pp. xiv, 428. il. New 

York, 1836. 

The elements of botany for beginners and for schools. 



See his First lessons in botany and vegetable physiology. 
Revised ed., 1887. 

Enumeration of a collection of dried plants made by 



L. J. Xantus at Cape San Lucas, &c. in Lower California, 
between August, 1859, and February, 1860, and communi- 
cated to the Smithsonian institution. 8°. pp. [21]. [Bos- 
ton, etc., 1861]. 

" Extracted from the Proceedings of the American academy of arts and 
sciences," v. 5, 1860-62, pp. 153-173. 

Field, forest, and garden botany; a simple introduc- 



tion to the common plants of the United States east of the 



20 



MASSACHUSETTS HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY 



Mississippi, both wild and cultivated. 8°. pp. 386. New 

York, 1868. 

Also in his " School and field book of botany," 1869. 

Revised and extended by L. H. Bailey. 8°. 



pp. 619. New York, etc., [1895]. 
First lessons in botany and vegetable physiology; 

illustrated ... by Isaac Sprague. To which is added a 

copious glossary, or dictionary of botanical terms. 8°. pp. 

xii, 236. il. New York, etc., 1860. 

8°. pp. xii, 236. il. New York, etc., 1862. 

pp. xii, 236. il. New York, etc., 1868. {In 



his School and field book of botany, 1869.) 

8°. pp. xii, 236. il. New York, etc., 1881. 

Revised ed. The elements of botany for be- 



ginners and for schools. 8°. pp. viii, 226. il. New York, 
etc., [1887]. 

The flora of Japan. (In his Scientific papers, v. 2, 



1889, pp. 125-141.) 

Forest geography and archaeology; a lecture de- 



livered before the Harvard university natural history sO' 
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" From the American journal of science arid arts," 3d ser., v. 16, 1878, 
pp. 85-94, 183-196. 

Genera florae Americae boreali-orientalis illustrata. 



The genera of the plants of the United States illustrated by 
figures and analyses from nature by Isaac Sprague. 2 v. 
8°. pp. V. 1. 230. V. S. 229. pi. 186. Boston, 1848-49. 

How plants behave; how they move, climb, employ 



insects to work for them, &c. sm. 4°. pp.46, il. New York, 
etc., 1872. (Botany for young people and common schools, 
pt. 2.) 

How plants grow, a simple introduction to structural 

botany. With a popular flora, or an arrangement and de- 
scription of common plants, both wild and cultivated. Ed. 6. 
sm. 4°. pp. 233. il. New York, etc., 1861. (Botany for 
young people and common schools.) 

sm. 4°. pp. 233. il. New York, etc., 1868. 



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Insectivorous plants; additional investigations. [New 



York, 1874]. 

Cutting from the New York aemv^weekly tribune, June 6, 1874. 

Introduction to structural and systematic botany 



and vegetable physiology. See his Botanical text book. 
Ed. 5. 1860. 

John Torrey; a biographical notice. 8°. pp. 11. 



[New Haven, 1873]. 

" From American journal of science andartSt'* 3d ser., T. 5, 1873, pp. 411— 



Letters; edited by Jane L. Gray. 2 v. 8° 



pp. 



[3], 838. pi. portraits. Boston, etc., 1893. 

Paged continuously. 

List of dried plants. (In Gilliss, J. M. Chile; its 



geography, chmate, etc., 1856, pp. 267-269.) 

List of the writings of Asa Gray, chronologically ar- 



ranged, with an index. See [Goodale, G. L., and Watson, 
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The longevity of trees. (In his Scientific papers, v. 



2, 1889, pp. 71-124.) 

A manual of the botany of the northern United 



States, from New England to Wisconsin and south to Ohio 
and Pennsylvania inclusive, (the mosses and liverworts by 
W. S. Sullivant) ; arranged according to the natural system. 
With an introduction, containing a reduction of the genera 
to the Linnaean artificial classes and orders, outhnes of the 
elements of botany, a glossary, etc. 8°. pp. Ixxii, 710. 
Boston, etc., 1848. 

Ed. 2, including Virginia, Kentucky, and all 



east of the Mississippi. 8°. pp. xxviii, 739. pi. 14. New 
York, 1856. 

Revised ed. 8°. pp. xxiv, 606, [29]. pi. 6. 



Ed. 3, with Garden botany, &e. pp. xcviii, 

606, [29]. pi. 6. New York, etc., 1862. (In his First 
lessons in botany, 1862.) 

Ed. 4. To which is added, Garden botany; 



OiiLl. 1. iu miiiiiii io o,>^iicu, vjomcu KiwuaAxj, 

an introduction to a knowledge of the common cultivated 
plants. 8°. pp. ci, 743. pi. 22. New York, etc., 1863. 

Ed. 4, with Garden botany, &c. pp. ci, 606, 



[33]. pi. 14. New York, etc., 1868. (In his First lessons in 
botany and vegetable physiology, 1868.) 

Ed. 4, with Garden botany, &c. 8°. pp. ci, 



606, [33]. pi. 14. New York, 1870. 

Ed. 5, 4th issue. 8°. pp. 703. pi. 20. New 



York, etc., 1870. 
Title reads: Manual of the botany of the northern United States, includ- 
ing the district east of the Mississippi, and north of North Carolina and 
Tennessee, arranged according to the natural system. 

Ed. 5, 8th issue. 8°. pp. 703. pi. 20. New 

York, etc., 1874. 

Ed. 6, revised and extended westward to the 

100th meridian, by Sereno Watson and J. M. Coulter, as- 
sisted by specialists in certain groups. 8°. pp. [1], 760, [2]. 
pi. 25. New York, etc., 1890. 

Ed. 6. [2d issue, with additions and correc- 



tions.] 12°. pp. [2], 760, [2]. pi. 25. New York, ete:, [1891]. 
Ed. 7, rearranged and extensively revised by 



B. L. Robinson and M. L. Fernald. 8°. pp. 926. il. New 
York, etc., [1908]. . 

Title reads: Gray's new manual of botany ... a handbook of the flow- 
ering plants and ferns of the central and northeastern United States and 
adjacent Canada. 
For emendations, see Bobinson, B. L., and Femald, M. L. 

Memorial of Edward Tuckerman. 8°. pp. 7. [New 

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** From the American journal of science," 3d ser., v. 32, 1886, pp. 1-7. 

Memorial of George Bentham. 8°. pp. [11]. [New 

Haven, 1885]. 

" From the American joumalof science," 3d aer., v. 29, 1885, pp. 103-113. 

Memorials of George Engelmann and Oswald Heer. 

8°. pp. [9]. [New Haven, 1884]. 

" From the American journal of science," 3d ser., v. 28, 1884, pp. 61-69. 

Miscellaneous botanical contributions. 8°. pp. [34]. 



[Boston, etc., 1876]. 

" Extracted from the Proceedings of the American academy of arte and 
sciences," v. 11, 1876, pp. 71-104. 

Miscellaneous botanical notes and characters. 8°. 

pp. [15]. [Boston, etc., 1870]. 

" Extracted from the Proceedings of the American academy of arts and 
sciences," v. 8, 1873, pp. 282-296. 



Musci alleghanienses; sive, Spicilegia muscorum 

atque hepaticarum quos in itinere a Marylandia usque ad 
Georgiam per tractus montium a. d. 1843, decerpserunt 
Asa Gray et W. S. Sullivant. Concinavit et exposuit W. S 
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From the American journal of science and arts, 2d ser., v. 1, 1846, pp. 70-81. 

Natural science and reUgion. Two lectures de- 



livered to the Theological school of Yale college. 8°. dd 
111. New York, 1880. ' ^ 

Note on the affinities of the genus Vavaea Benth., 

also of Rhytidandra Gray. 4°. pp. [8]. Cambridge, 1854. 

" From the Memoirs of the American academy of arts and sciences " new 
ser., V. 5, pp. 329-336. ' 



Note on the genus Graphephorum Desv., and its 

synonymy. 4° pp. [3]. [Kingston, 1861]. 

Annals of the Botanical society of Canada, v. 1, 1861-62, pp. 55-57. 

8°. pp. [2]. [Boston, etc., 1861]. 

" Extracted from the Proceedm^s of the American academy of arts and 
sciences," v. 5, 1860-62, pp. 190-191. 



New York, etc., 1860. 



Note upon Carex loliacea Linn., and C. eracilis 

Ehrh. 8°. pp. [7]. [New Haven, 1847]. ^ 

" ^?^o^" American journal of sciences and arts," 2d ser., v. 4 1847 
pp. 19~2o. ' 

~. — ioS!?*^ °° Borraginaoeae. 8°. pp. [15]r [Boston, 
etc., lo74J. 

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Gray, Asa (Continued). Notes on Compositae and characters 
of certain genera and species, etc. 8°- pp. [631. [Boston, 
etc., 1873-74]. 

** Extracted from the Proceedings of the American academy of arts and 
sciences," v. 8, 1873, pp. 631-861, v. 9, 1874, pp. 187-218. 



Notes on Labiatae. 8°. pp. [8]. [Boston, etc., 1872]. 

" From the Proceedirbgs of the American academy of arts and sciences," v. 
8, 1873, pp. 365-372. 



;- Notes on Lobeliaceae, Goodeniaceae, &c. of the col- 
lection of the U. S. south Pacific exploring expedition. 8°. 
pp. [7]. [Boston, etc., 1861]. 

*' Extracted from the Proceedings of the American academy of arts and 
sciences," v. 5, 1860-62, pp. 146-152. 



Notes on some North American species of Saxifraga. 

8". pp. [5]. [Boston, etc., 1885]. 

Proceedings of the American academy of arts and sciences, v. 20, 1SS5, 
pp. 8-12. 

Notes upon a portion of Dr. Seemann's recent col- 
lection of dried plants gathered in the Feejee Islands. 8°. 
pp. [8]. [Boston, etc., 1862]. 

" Extracted from the Proceedings of the American academy of arts and 
sciences," v. 5, 1860-62, pp. 314-321. 



Notes upon some Polynesian Loganiaceae. 8°. 

pp. [6]. [Boston, etc., 1859]. 

*' Extracted from the Proceedings of the American academy of arts and 
sciences," v. 4, 1857-60, pp. 319-324. 

Notes upon some polypetalous genera and orders. 



8°. pp. [5]. [Boston, etc., 1888]. 

" From the Proceedings of the American academy of arts and sciences," v. 
23, 1888, pp. 223-227. 

Notes upon some Rubiaceae collected in the United 



States South-Sea exploring expedition under Captain 
Wilkes, with characters of new species, &c. 8° pp. [30]. 
[Boston, etc., 1858-59]. 

'* Extracted from the Proceedings of the American academy of arts and 
sciences," v. 4, 1857-60, pp. 33-50, 306-318. 

The pertinacity and predominance of weeds. 8°. 



pp. [7]. [New Haven, 1879]. 

*' From the American journal of science and arts," 3d ser., v. 18, 1879, 
pp. 161-167. 

Phanerogamia. v. 1. Text & atlas, 2 v. 4° & f°. 

pp. 777, 4. pi. 100. New York, 1854^57. (In Wilkes, 
Charles. Umted States exploring expedition during the 
years 1838-1842, v. 15.) 

Plantae Fendlerianae novi-mexicanae. An account 



of a collection of plants made chiefly in the vicinity of Santa 
F6, New Mexico, by Augustus Fendler; with descriptions 
of new species, critical remarks, and characters of other un- 
described or little known plants from surrounding regions. 
4°. pp. 116. [Cambridge, 1849]. 

" Memoirs of the American academy of arts and sciences," new ser., v. 4, 
pt. 1, 1849, pp. 1-16. 

Plantae novae Thurberianae. The characters of 



some new genera and species of plants in a collection made 
by George Thurber, chiefly in New Mexico and Sonora. 4°. 
pp. [32]. Cambridge, 1854. 

*' From the Memoirs of the American academy of arts and sciences," new 
ser., V. 6, 1855, pp. 297-328. 

Plantae Wrightianae texano-neo-mexicanae. 2 pt. 



f° pp. 146, 119. pi. 14. Washington, 1852-53. (Smith- 
sonian contributions to knowledge.) 

CorUents: — pt. 1. An account of a collection of plants made by Charles 
Wright in an expedition from Texas to New Mexico in the summer and 
autumn of 1849. — pt. 2. An account of a collection of plants made by 
Charles Wright in western Texas, New Mexico, and Sonora, in the years 
1851 and 1852. 

Reconstruction of the order Diapensiaceae. 8°. 



Ceratophyllaceae. 8°. pp. [10]. New York, 1837. 
" From Annals of the Lyceum of natural history," v. 4, pp. 41-50. 



Review of Darwin's theory on the origin of species 

by means of natural selection. 8°. pp. 32. [New Haven, 
I860]. 

" From the Am, jour, of science and arts," 2d ser., v. 29, 1860, pp. 153-184. 

A revision and arrangement, mainly by the fruit, of 



the North American species of Astragalus and Oxytropis. 
8°. pp. [49]. [Boston, etc., 1864]. 

*' Extracted from the Proceedings of the American academy of arts and 
sciences, v. 6," 1862-63, pp. 188-236. 

Revision of the North American Polemoniaceae. 



8°. pp. [36]. [Boston, etc., 1870]. 

*' Extracted from the Proceedings of the American academy of arts and 
sciences," v. 8, 1873, pp. 247-282. 

Revision of the North American species of the genus 

Calamagrostis, sect. Deyeuxia. 8°. pp. [4]. [Boston, etc., 
1862]. 

" Extracted from the Proceedings of the American academy of arts and 
sciences," v. 6, 1862-63, pp. 77-80. 

Revision of the North American species of the genus 

Oxytropis, DC. S°- pp. 7. [Boston, etc., 1885]. 

Proceedings of the American academy of arts and sciences, v. 20, 1885, 
pp. 1-7. 

School and field book of botany. Consisting of 

" First lessons in botany," and " Field, forest, and garden 
botany." 8°. pp. [3J, xii, 236, 386. il. New York, etc., 
1869. 

Scientific papers; selected by C. S. Sargent. 2 v. 



8°. pp. V. .r. viii, 397. u. 2. iv, 503. Boston, eic, 1889. 

V. 1. Reviews of works on botany and related subjects, 1834-1887. — 
V. 2. Essays, biographical sketches, 1841-1886. 

Sequoia and its history; an address delivered at the 

meeting [of the American association for the advancement 
of science] held at Dubuque, Iowa, Aug. 1872. 8°. pp. 22. 
Salem, 1872. 

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A continuation of the Compleat body of husbandry. 



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together with the culture of all kinds of flowers, according 
to the methods of the English, French, and Dutch florists 
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fruit-trees. With the best methods of culture for the 
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Haywood, John Kerfoot. Insecticides and fungicides; chem- 
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and other travellers. {In Hookek, Sir W. J., editor. Niger 
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121-147. 

The British ferns; or, Coloured figures and descrip- 



tions, with the needful analyses of the fructification and 
venation, of the ferns of Great Britain and Ireland, syste- 
matically arranged. The drawings by Walter Fitch. 8°. 
pp. [146], V, [1]. col. pi. 66. London, 1861. 

The British flora; in two volumes. Vol. 1, com- 



prising the phaenogamous or flowering plants, and the ferns 
Ed. 4. 8°. pp. xiv, [1], 448. pi. 4. London, 1838. 

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The British Jungermanniae; being a history and 

description of each species of the genus, and microscopical 
analyses of the parts. f° pp. [21], 20, [314]. col. pi. 88. 
London, 1816. 

A century of ferns; being figures with brief descrip- 



tions of one hundred new, or rare, or imperfectly known 
species of ferns from various parts of the world; a selection 
from the author's " Icones plantarum." 4°. pp. vii, [196]. 
col. pi. 100. London, 1854. 

A second century of ferns. 4°. pp. xii, [200]. col. 



pi. 100. London, 1861. 

A century of orchidaceous plants selected from 



Curtis's botanical magazine, consisting of a hundred of those 
most worthy of cultivation . . . accompanied by an intro- 
duction on the culture and general management of orchida- 
ceous plants, and with copious remarks on the treatment of 
each species, by J. C. Lyons. 4°. pp. 78. col. pi. 100. 
London, 1851. 
For 2d century, see Batexnan, James. 

-] Copy of a letter addressed to Dawson Turner on the 



occasion of the death of the duke of Bedford [John Russell, 
6th duke], particularly in reference to the services rendered 
by his Grace to botany and horticulture. 4°. pp. 25. col. 
plate. Glasgow, 1840. 
" Printed only for private distribution." 

— Exotic flora, containing figures and descriptions of 
new, rare, or otherwise interesting exotic plants, especially 
of such as are deserving of being cultivated in our gardens; 
together with remarks upon their generic and specific char- 
acters, natural orders, history, culture, time of flowering, 
&c. 3 V. 8°. col. pi. 232. Edmburgh, 1823-27. 

• Filices exoticae; or, Coloured figures and descrip- 
tions of exotic ferns, chiefly of such as are cultivated in the 
Royal gardens of Kew. The drawings executed by Mr. 
Fitch. 4°. pp. [210]. col. pi. 100. London, 1859. 

Flora boreali-americana; or. The botany of the 



northern parts of British America: compiled principally 
from the plants collected by Dr. Richardson & Mr. Drum- 
mond on the northern expeditions under command of Sir 
John Franklin, to which are added . . . those of Mr. 
Douglas from north-west America, and of other natural- 
ists. 2 V. f°. pp. D. ;. vi, [2] 351. V.S.S28. pi. 238. 
map. London, 1840. 

Flora scotica; or, A description of Scottish plants. 



arranged both according to the artificial and natural 
methods. 8°. pp. x, 292, [4], 297, [6]. London, 1821. 

Garden ferns; or. Coloured figures and descriptions 



with the needful analyses of the fructification and venation, 
of a selection of exotic ferns adapted for cultivation in the 
garden, hothouse, and conservatory. The drawings by 
Walter Fitch. 8°. pp. v, [134]. col. pi. 64. London, 1862. 
Genera filicum; or, Illustrations of the ferns, and 



other allied genera; from the original coloured drawings of 
Francis Bauer. 4°. pp. vi, [128]. col. pi. 120. London, 
1842. 

Journal of a tour in Iceland in the summer of 1809. 



Ed. 2. 2 V. 8°- pp. V. 1. [3], cvi. 369. v. 2. 391, [14]. il. 
frontis. pi. 4. maps 3. London, 1813. 
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-] The late Mr. [Robert] Barclay. 8°. pp. 7. [Glas- 



gow], n. d. 

Musci exotici; containing figures and descriptions 

of new or Uttle known foreign mosses and other crypto- 
gamic subjects. 2 v. in 1. 4°. pp. viii, 32, ff. [177]. col. 
pi. 177. London, 1818-[20]. 

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