or, The modern English garden: containing a familiar description of all the plants which are cultivated in the climate of Great Britain, either for use or ornament, and of a selection from the established favourites of the stove and green-house; arranged according to the system of Linnaeus; with remarks on the properties of the more valuable species.
By the author of "The British botanist" ...
|Main Author:||[Clarke, Stephen Reynolds]|
London : Printed for F. C. & J. Rivington, 1822.
BM 40, 113.
Publisher's (Washbourne) advertisement for 1833: 8 p. (tipped-in at front of v.1)
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