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All records for Royal Horticultural Society Lindley Library (196 results)

Title Author Soulsby Publisher Year
Whitlaw's new medical discoveries : with a defence of the Linnaean doctrine, and a translation of his Vegetable Materia Medica, which now first appears in an English dress / by Charles Whitlaw. Whitlaw, Charles (1776-1829). 976 Published by the author, 14, Finsbury Place South 1829 Digital version available
Voyages and travels in the Levant; in the years 1749, 50, 51, 52. Containing observations in natural history, physick, agriculture, and commerce: particularly on the Holy Land, and the natural history of the Scriptures. / Written originally in the Swedish language, by the late Frederick Hasselquist, M.D. Fellow of the Royal Societies of Upsal and Stockholm. Published, by order of her present Majesty the Queen of Sweden, by Charles Linnæus, Physician to the King of Sweden, Professor of Botany at Upsal, and Member of all the Learned Societies in Europe. Hasselquist, Fredric (1722-1752). 3582 L. Davis and C. Reymers 1766 Digital version available
Voyage au Mont-Pilat dans la province du Lyonnois : contenant des observations sur l'histoire naturelle de cette montagne, & des lieux circonvoisins; suivies du catalogue raisonné des plantes qui y croissent. Latourrette, Marc Antoine Louis Claret de (1729-1793). 655ab Regnault 1770 Digital version available
Tracts relating to natural history / by James Edward Smith, M.D. F.R.S. etc. etc. President of the Linnaean Society. Smith, James Edward (1759-1828). 1093 printed for the author 1798 Digital version available
Tracts relating to natural history / by James Edward Smith, M.D. F.R.S. etc. etc. President of the Linnaean Society. Smith, James Edward (1759-1828). 2624 printed for the author 1798 Digital version available
Three prefaces on Linnaeus and Robert Brown / by William T. Stearn. Stearn, William Thomas (1911-2001). 4204 J. Cramer 1962 Digital version available
Thirty-eight plates, with explanations; intended to illustrate Linnæus's system of vegetables, and particularly adapted to the Letters on the elements of botany / By Thomas Martyn, B.D. F.R.S. Professor of Botany in the University of Cambridge. Martyn, Thomas (1735/6-1825). 592 Printed for B. White and Son, at Horace's Head, Fleet-street M DCC LXXXVIII. [1788] Digital version available
Thesaurus zeylanicus : exhibens plantas in insula Zeylana nascentes; inter quas plurimae novae species, & genera inveniuntur. Omnia iconibus illustrata, ac descripta / cura & studio Joannis Burmanni, Med. Doct. & Botanices Professoris in Horto Medico Amstelaedamensi. Burman, Johannes (1707-1779). 3952 Apud Janssonio-Waesbergios, & Salomonem Schouten 1737 Digital version available
The universal gardener and botanist; or, A general dictionary of gardening and botany : Exhibiting in botanical arrangement, according to the Linnaean system, every tree, shrub, and herbaceous plant, that merit culture, either for use, ornament, or curiosity, in every department of gardening. Comprising accurate directions, according to real practice, for the management of the kitchen-garden, fruit-garden, pleasure ground, flower garden, nursery, plantations, green-house, hot-house or stove, hot-beds, forcing-frames, hot-walls, and forcing in general. Describing the proper situations, exposures, soils, manures, and every material and utensil requisite in the different garden departments; together with practical directions for performing the various mechanical operations of gardening in general / by Thomas Mawe, gardener to his Grace the Duke of Leeds,and John Abercrombie, authors of Every man his own gardener, &c. Mawe, Thomas (fl.1760s-1770s). 679c G. Robinson; and T. Cadell 1778 Digital version available
The universal gardener and botanist; or, A general dictionary of gardening and botany : Exhibiting in botanical arrangement, according to the Lannaean system, the various genera and species of plants, trees, shrubs, flowers, and fruits, that merit culture for use, ornament and variety, in the different departments of gardening, plantations, shrubberies, nursery, green-house, hot-house or stove, fording-house, hot-walls, and hot-beds: describing the botanic classes, orders, and characters of the genera, with general and specific descrptions of the species of each genus; their respective and general uses, different methods of propagation, and general culture, in their several departments ... / By Thomas Mawe, and John Abercrombie, author of every man his own gardener, &c. Mawe, Thomas (fl.1760s-1770s). 679d Printed for G.G. and J. Robinson, Pater-noster Row; and T. Cadell Jun: and W. Davies, Strand 1797 Digital version available
The universal botanist and nurseryman : containing descriptions of the species and varieties of all the trees, shrubs, herbs, flowers and fruits, natives and exotics: at present cultivated in the European nurseries, greenhouses, and stoves, or described by modern botanists: arranged according to the Linnaean system, with their names in English. To which are added a copious botanical glossary, several useful catalogues and indexes. Illustrated with elegant engravings. In four volumes / By Richard Weston, Esq. Weston, Richard (1733-1806). 656 Printed for J. Bell [et al] 1770[-1777] Digital version available
The life and times of Carl Linnaeus / written and illustrated by Chris Jarvis. Jarvis, Chris. 4001 Oxford University Museum of Natural History s.d Digital version available
The gardeners kalendar; directing what works are necessary to be done every month, in the kitchen, fruit and pleasure-gardens, as also in the conservatory and nursery. With accounts I. Of the particular seasons for the propagation and use of all sorts of esculent plants and fruits, with the seasons wherein each sort is proper for the table. II. The proper seasons for transplanting all sorts of trees, shrubs, and plants, with the time of their flowering / By Philip Miller, F.R.S. Member of the Botanic Academy at Florence, and Gardener to the Worshipful Company of Apothecaries, at their Botanic Garden in Chelsea. Miller, Philip (1691-1771). 468 printed for the author 1769 Digital version available
The gardeners kalendar; directing what works are necessary to be done every month, in the kitchen, fruit and pleasure-gardens, as also in the conservatory and nursery. With accounts I. Of the particular seasons for the propagation and use of all sorts of esculent plants and fruits, with the seasons wherein each sort is proper for the table. II. The proper seasons for transplanting all sorts of trees, shrubs, and plants, with the time of their flowering / By Philip Miller, F.R.S. Late Member of the Botanic Academy at Florence, and Gardener to the Worshipful Company of Apothecaries, at their Botanic Garden in Chelsea. Miller, Philip (1691-1771). 4891 John and Francis Rivington 1775 Digital version available
The gardeners kalendar : directing what works are necessary to be done every month, in the kitchen, fruit and pleasure-gardens, as also in the conservatory and nursery. With accounts I. Of the particular seasons for the propagation and use of all sorts of esculent plants and fruits, with the seasons wherein each sort is proper for the table. II. The proper seasons for transplanting all sorts of trees, shrubs, and plants, with the time of their flowering / By Philip Miller, F.R.S. Member of the Botanick Academy at Florence, and Gardener to the Worshipful Company of Apothecaries, at their Botanick Garden in Chelsea. Miller, Philip (1691-1771). 467 printed for the author 1765 Digital version available
The gardeners kalendar : directing what works are necessary to be done every month, in the kitchen, fruit and pleasure-gardens, as also in the conservatory and nursery. With accounts I. Of the particular seasons for the propagation and use of all sorts of esculent plants and fruits, with the seasons wherein each sort is proper for the table. II. The proper seasons for transplanting all sorts of trees, shrubs, and plants, with the time of their flowering / By Philip Miller, F.R.S. Member of the Botanick Academy at Florence, and Gardener to the Worshipful Company of Apothecaries, at their Botanick Garden in Chelsea. Miller, Philip (1691-1771). 4890 Printed for the author; and sold by John Rivington in St. Paul's Church-Yard, C. Hitch and L. Hawes, H. Woodfall, A. Millar, J. Whiston and B. White, G. Hawkins, J. Hinton, R. Baldwin, W. Johnston, J. Richardson, S. Crowder, T. Longman, T. Caslon, B. Law, C. Rivington, and J. Dodsley 1762 Digital version available
The gardeners kalendar : directing what works are necessary to be done every month, in the kitchen, fruit and pleasure-gardens, as also in the conservatory and nursery. With accounts I. Of the particular seasons for the propagation and use of all sorts of esculent plants and fruits, with the seasons wherein each sort is proper for the table. II. Of all sorts of trees, plants, and flowers, with the time of their flowering / By Philip Miller, F.R.S. Member of the Botanick Academy at Florence, and Gardener to the Worshipful Company of Apothecaries, at their Botanick Garden in Chelsea. Miller, Philip (1691-1771). 464 printed for the author; and sold by John Rivington in St. Paul's Church-Yard, C. Hitch and L. Hawes, R. Baldwin, J. Richardson, and T. Longman in Pater-noster-Row, A. Millar in the strand, J. Whiston, B. White, G. Hawkins in Fleet-street, J. Hinton in Newgate-street, W. Johnston in Ludgate-street, S. Crowder near London Bridge, B. Law, T. Caslon in Stationers Court, and J. Dodsley in Pall-Mall M DCC LX. [1760] Digital version available
The gardeners dictionary : containing the best and newest methods of cultivating and improving the kitchen, fruit, flower garden, and nursery; as also for performing the practical parts of agriculture: including the management of vineyards, with the method of making and preserving the wine, according to the present practice of the most skilful vignerons in the several wine countries in Europe. Together with directions for propagating and improving from real practice and experience, all sorts of timber trees / By Philip Miller, F.R.S. Gardener to the Worshipful Company of Apothecaries, at their Botanick Garden in Chelsea, and member of the Botanick Academy at Florence. Miller, Philip (1691-1771). 637g Printed for the author; and sold by John Rivington, in St. Paul's Church-yard; A. Millar, in the Strand; J. Whiston, B. White, G. Hawkins, in Fleet-street; J. Hinton, in Newgate-street; James Rivington, J. Fletcher, R. Baldwin, J. Richardson, in Pater-noster Row; W. Johnston, in Ludgate-street; S. Crowder, near London Bridge; P. Davey, B. Law, T. Caslon, in Stationers Court; and R. and J. Dodsley, in Pall-Mall M.DCC.LIX. [1759] Digital version available
The families of plants, with their natural characters, according to the number, figure, situation, and proportion of all the parts of fructification / Translated from the last edition, (as published by Dr. Reichard) of the Genera plantarum, and of the Mantissae plantarum of the elder Linneus; and from the Supplementum plantarum of the younger Linneus, with all the new families of plants, from Thunberg and L'Heritier. To which is prefix'd an accented catalogue of the names of plants, with the adjectives apply'd to them, and other botanic terms, for the purpose of teaching their right pronunciation. ; By a botanical society at Lichfield. Linné, Carl von (1707-1778). 321 J. Johnson [et al] 1787 Digital version available
The families of plants, with their natural characters, according to the number, figure, situation, and proportion of all the parts of fructification / Translated from the last edition, (as published by Dr. Reichard) of the Genera plantarum, and of the Mantissae plantarum of the elder Linneus; and from the Supplementum plantarum of the younger Linneus, with all the new families of plants, from Thunberg and L'Heritier. To which is prefix'd an accented catalogue of the names of plants, with the adjectives apply'd to them, and other botanic terms, for the purpose of teaching their right pronunciation. ; By a botanical society at Lichfield. Linné, Carl von (1707-1778). 24 J. Johnson [et al] 1787 Digital version available