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Essay on modern gardening, with a faithful translation into French by the Duke of Nivernois; a reprint in facsimile of the edition printed by Mr. Walpole at Strawberry hill, MDCCLXXXV. To which is added an introductory note by Alice Morse Earle.

Main Author: Walpole, Horace, 1717-1797.
Related Names: Nivernais, Louis Jules Barbon Mancini-Mazarini duc de 1716-1798, translator., Nivernais, Louis Jules Barbon Mancini-Mazarini duc de 1716-1798, tr.
Language(s): English ; French
Published: Canton, Pa., Kirgate Press, 1904.
Subjects: Landscape gardening > History.
History.
Note: "Three hundred copies of this book have been printed from type and the type distributed."
"This essay was first printed at Mr. Walpole's private press at Strawberry hill in 1771, when it appeared at the end of the fourth volume of 'Anecdotes of painting in England' under the title: 'The modern taste in gardening'."
Physical Description: xxiv,94p. facsims. 25cm.
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