1 edition of Curtiss Botanical Magazine, Or, Flower-garden Displayed found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 99 p. :|
|Number of Pages||54|
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Curtis, perceiving his dissolution gradually approaching, naturally became anxious Flower-garden Displayed secure to his family the pecuniary benefits arising from the sale of the Work, their sole dependance. Two vols bound as one. A WORK Intended for the Use of such Ladies, Gentlemen, and Gardeners, as wish to become scientifically acquainted with the Plants they cultivate.
A Or SET OF ONE OF THE OLDEST SCIENTIFIC PERIODICALS WITH COLOURED ILLUSTRATIONS, showing the complete development of the magazine from its inception in 1787. He applied to several of his most eminent botanical friends and obtained their promise of assistance.
Addeddate 2019-08-22 16:49:58 Collection wellcomejournals wellcomelibrary europeanlibraries texts Identifier b30867289 Mediatype collection Publicdate 2019-08-22 16:49:58 Scanner Internet Archive Python library 1. CIII-CLXXVIII in blue cloth, some spines fadedthe remainder in original wrappers; sold as a periodical not subject to return. the root of which has been sent from Botany Bay flowered at the end of summer 1793 at the garden of Thomas Dawson, Viscount Cremorne.
with engraved frontispiece and 40 hand coloured plates. Covers have soiling, rubbing, light staining, water ring on front cover, shelfworn, corners bumped and well worn, outer hinges cracked and darkened, upper spine tip worn, very slight chipping to labels, page edges have a Curtiss Botanical Magazine bit of staining and marbling is almost all worn off, inner hinges cracked, bookplate, toning, scattered foxing, light soiling, silk page marker has slight fraying at the edge else contents tight and Or good.
Dictionary of British and Irish Botantists and Horticulturalists. A Second volume of the having been brought to a conclusion since the death of Mr. The noted natural history illustrators, James Sowerby and Sydenham Edwards both found a start with the eminent magazine. Fitch, Matilda Smith and Lillian Snelling.
Together with the Most Approved Methods of Culture.
it is the oldest periodical in existence featuring coloured plates, of which more than 11,000 have now been produced.
40 volumes, bound in 20.