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valuable varieties of fruit, adapted to cultivation in the climate of the United States, from the latitude of 25° to 54°, with their uses, modes of culture, and management; remedies for the maladies to which they are subject, from noxious insects, and other causes, etc. Also, a brief description of the most ornamental forest trees, shrubs, flowers, etc. Boston. 1833. [c. 1832.] Carter, Kendel & Co., and Russell, Odiorne & Co. pp. xxxvi +428. 72x434.
THE NEW AMERICAN ORCHARDIST; or, an account of the most valuable varieties of fruit, of all climates, adapted to cultivation in the United States, with their history, modes of culture, management, uses, etc. And the culture of silk. With an appendix on vegetables, ornamental trees, shrubs and flowers. Second edition, enlarged and improved. Boston. 1835. [c. 1835.] Russell, Odiorne & Metcalf. pp. 418. 71⁄2 x 44.
THE NEW AMERICAN ORCHARDIST; or, an account of the most valuable varieties of fruit, of all climates, adapted to cultivation in the United States; with their history, modes of culture, management, uses, etc. With an appendix on vegetables, ornamental trees, shrubs and flowers, the agricultural resources of America, and on silk, etc. Third edition, enlarged and improved. Boston. 1841. [c. 1841.] Otis, Broaders & Co. pp. 449. 72 x 434.
-Same, 5th edition, enlarged and improved. 1842. [c. 1841.] pp. 449. 72 x 5.
-Same, 6th edition, enlarged and improved. With a supplement. 1843. [c. 1841.] pp. 450. 71⁄2 x 5.
-Same, 7th edition, enlarged and improved. With a supplement. 1844. [c. 1841.] pp. 450. 71⁄2 x 5.
KITCHEN AND FRUIT GARDENER, THE; a select manual of kitchen gardening, and culture of fruits, containing familiar directions for the most approved practice in each department, descriptions of many valuable fruits, and a calendar of work to be performed each month in the year. The whole adapted to the climate of the United States. Philadelphia. 1844. [c. 1844.] Lea & Blanchard. pp. xii+118. 734 x 434. [An American edition of an English work. Bound with the Complete Florist.]
KNOWLTON, D. H.
FRUIT CULTURE; its possibilities in Maine. A paper delivered
before the winter meeting of the Maine State Pomological Society, held in Bangor, Feb. 24 and 25, 1891. Farmington, Maine. pp. 12. 6 x 3.
LACY, T. JAY.
FOR THE GULF STATES, south of latitude 32°. Alexandria, La. 1888. [c. 1888.] Press of Town Talk. pp. 50. 61⁄2 x 44.
MANUAL FOR THE PRUNING AND CULTURE OF ALL KINDS OF FRUIT TREES; and directions for the destruction of the curculio and other insects. Philadelphia. 1860. [c. 1859.] James Challen & Son. pp. 75. 6x4.
A NEW ORCHARD AND GARDEN; or, the best way for planting, grafting, and to make any ground good, for a rich orchard. Particularly in the north, and generally for the whole kingdom of England, as in nature, reason, situation, and all probabilitie, may and doth appeare. With the country housewife's garden for herbs of common use, their vertues, seasons, profits, ornaments, varietie of knots, models for trees, and plots for the best ordering of grounds and walkes. As also the husbandry of bees, with their several uses and annoyances, all being the experiences of 48 years' labour, and now the third time corrected and much enlarged, by William Lawson. Whereunto is newly added the art of propagating plants, with the true or dering of all manner of fruits, in their gathering, carrying home, and preservation. Printed at London by J. H. for Francis Williams. 1626. Illustrated. Philadelphia. 1858. [n. c.] Robert Pearsall Smith. pp. 39. 94 x6. [Reprint.]
A GUIDE TO THE ORCHARD AND FRUIT GARDEN; or, an account of the most valuable fruits cultivated in Great Britian. With additions of all the most valuable fruits cultivated in America, with directions for their cultivation, budding, grafting and propagation, pruning and training of standard, open dwarf and espalier fruit trees, adapted to the climate of the United States of America. A new edition, with an appendix, describing many American fruits not mentioned in the former edition. Illustrated. New York. 1846. [c. 1846.] J. C. Riker. pp. xi+420. 7%1⁄2 x 4%. LODEMAN, E. G.
SPRAYING OF PLANTS; a succinct account of the application of
liquids and powders to plants for the purpose of destroying insects and fungi. With a preface by B. T. Galloway. Portrait of A. Millardet. Illustrated. New York and London. 1896. [c. 1896.] Macmillan & Co. pp. xvii +399. 7x5. [The Rural Science Series, edited by L. H. Bailey.]
BOOK OF FRUITS; being a descriptive catalogue of the most valuable varieties of the pear, apple, peach, plum and cherry, for New England culture. To which is added the gooseberry, currant, raspberry, strawberry, and the grape; with modes of culture. Also, hardy ornamental trees and shrubs. With plates. First series for 1838. Salem. 1838. [c. 1838.] Published by Ives & Jewett. pp. 120. 71⁄2 x 44.
THE NEW ENGLAND FRUIT BOOK; being a descriptive catalogue of the most valuable varieties of the pear, apple, peach, plum and cherry, for New England culture. To which is added other varieties; also the grape, quince, gooseberry, currant, and strawberry; with outlines of many of the finest pears, drawn from nature; with directions for pruning, grafting, budding, and general modes of culture. Second edition, enlarged by John M. Ives. Salem and Boston. 1844. [c. 1844.] Pub. by W. & S. B. Ives, Salem. B. B. Mussey, Boston. pp. 133. 71⁄2 x 434. MCNEIL, J. W
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES. Hazlehurst, Miss. 1888. [n. c.] Copiah Signal print. pp. 21. 9x534.
THE FRUIT, FLOWER, AND KITCHEN GARDEN. Adapted to the United States, from the fourth edition, revised and improved by the author. Illustrated. Philadelphia. 1851. [c. 1851.] Henry Carey Baird. pp. ix+427. 734 x 434.
THE PRACTICAL FRUIT, FLOWER AND VEGETABLE GARDENER'S COмPANION, with a calendar; adapted to the United States from the fourth edition, revised and improved by the author. Edited by G. Emerson. With notes and additions by R. G. Pardee. With elegant illustrations. New York. 1858. [c. 1855.] A. O. Moore. pp. xiv +408. 71⁄2 x 5.
NUTTING, W. R.
CALIFORNIA VIEWS IN NATURAL COLORS. The California Illus
trated Series. Vol. I., No. 2. San Francisco.
[c. 1889.] California View Publishing Co. pp. 30. 7x 101⁄2.
PARKER, S. C., Editor.
PROFITS AND COSTS OF FRUIT-GROWING IN NOVA SCOTIA. 1893. pp. 16. 81⁄2 x 6.
PEEK, S. W.
THE NURSERY AND ORCHARD; a practical treatise on fruit culture. Illustrated. Atlanta, Ga. 1885. [c. 1885.] Jas. P. Harrison & Co. pp. 208. 734 x 5.
HISTORY OF FRUIT-GROWING IN SOUTH HAVEN, MICH. President Phillips' second annual address. [Read before the South Haven Pomological Society, Dec. 30, 1872.]
POOLE, MRS. HESTER M.
FRUITS, AND HOW TO USE THEM; a practical manual for housekeepers; containing nearly seven hundred recipes for wholesome preparations of foreign and domestic fruits. New York. 1890. [c. 1889.] Fowler & Wells. pp. 242. 71⁄2 x 5.
POWELL, E. C., Editor.
FRUIT PACKAGES; the current styles of baskets, boxes, crates and barrels used in marketing fruits in all parts of the country. Fully illustrated. New York. 1893. [c. 1893.] The Rural Publishing Co. pp. 62. 71⁄2 x 5. [The Rural Library, Vol. I., No. 19. June.]
PRINCE, WILLIAM ROBERT.
THE POMOLOGICAL MANUAL; or, a treatise on fruits; containing descriptions of a great number of the most valuable varieties for the orchard and garden. Aided by William Prince. Parts I. and II. New York. 1831. [c. 1831.] T. & J. Swords, G. & C. & H. Carvill, E. Bliss, Collins & Co., G. Thorburn & Sons, New York; Judah Dobson, Philadelphia; J. B. Russell, Boston; Gideon B. Smith, Baltimore; James Winston, Richmond; and Joseph Simmons, Charleston, S. C. pp. vi+200, vi+ 216. 9x52. [Parts separately bound.]
-Same, parts I. and II., 2nd edition.
1832. [c. 1831.] pp.
vi+200, xvi +216. 9x52. [Bound together.]
THE AMERICAN FRUIT GARDEN COMPANION; being a practical treatise on the propagation and culture of fruit, adapted to the Northern and Middle States. Boston. 1839. [c. 1838.] Weeks, Jordan & Co. pp. xv+174. 7x42.
STRONG, W. C.
FRUIT CULTURE; and the laying out and management of a country home. Illustrated. Boston. 1885. [c. 1885.] Houghton, Mifflin & Co. pp. v+202. 7x42.
-Same, New York. 1892. [c. 1885.] The Rural Publishing Co. pp. xiv231. 71⁄2 x 5.
THE AMERICAN ORCHARDIST; or, a practical treatise on the culture and management of apple and other fruit trees, with observations on the diseases to which they are liable, and their remedies. To which is added the most approved method of manufacturing and preserving cider, compiled from the latest and most approved authorities, and adapted to the use of American farmers. Boston. 1822. [c. 1822.] Printed and published by Joseph W. Ingraham. pp. vi+226. 9x51⁄44.
-Same, bound with AMERICAN ORCHARDIST and COTTAGE ECONOMY. By William Cobbett.
THE AMERICAN ORCHARDIST; or, a practical treatise on the culture and management of apple and other fruit trees, with observations on the diseases to which they are liable, and their remedies. To which is added the most approved method of manufacturing and preserving cider, and also wine from apple juice and currants. Adapted to the use of American farmers, and all lovers and cultivators of fine fruit. Second edition, much improved. Plymouth, Mass. 1825. [c. 1825.] Published by Ezra Collier. pp. iv +234. 7x44.
THOMAS, JOHN J.
THE AMERICAN FRUIT CULTURIST; containing directions for the propagation and culture of fruit trees in the nursery, orchard and garden. With descriptions of the principal American and foreign varieties cultivated in the United States. Illustrated with three hundred accurate figures. Fourth edition. Auburn. 1850. [c. 1849.] Derby, Miller & Co. pp. xiv +420. 74 x 5. -Same, 1851. [c. 1849.] pp. xiv +410. 74 x 5. -Same, Auburn and Buffalo. 1854. [c. 1849.] Miller, Orton & Mulligan. pp. xiv +421. 74 x 5.
-Same, New York. 1858. [c. 1849.] C. M. Saxton.
734 x 5.
THOMAS, JOHN J.
pp. xiv +424.
THE AMERICAN FRUIT CULTURIST; containing practical directions