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Author:
Miller, Philip, 1691-1771.
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The gardeners kalendar ... The fifteenth edition, with a list of the medicinal plants, which may be gathered for use each month. To which is prefixed, a short introduction to the science of botany, etc.
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Soulsby no.:
Soulsby no. 468

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Publisher:
printed for the author; sold by J. & F. Rivington, etc
Place of publication:
London
Publishing year:
1769
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Physical description:
lxvi, 382 pages : plates ; (8o)
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Language(s):
English

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002496599
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Author:
Miller, Philip, 1691-1771.
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The gardeners kalendar : directing what works are necessary to be performed every month in the kitchen, fruit, and pleasure-gardens, as also in the conservatory and nursery: Shewing I. The particular seasons for propagating all sorts of esculent plants and fruits, with the time when 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.
Varying title form:
Soulsby no.:
Soulsby no. 468

Edition details

Publisher:
Printed for the author, and sold by J. and F. Rivington ... [and 15 others]
Place of publication:
London
Publishing year:
1769
Edition:
15th ed. with a list of the medicinal plants, which may be gathered for use each month, to which is prefixed, A short introduction to the science of botany, illustrated with copper plates.
Physical description:
lxvi, 382, [22] p., [6] leaves of plates (5 folded) : ill. ; 21 cm.
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Language(s):
English

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Includes index.
Publisher's advertisement: 1 p. (at end).
Head and tail-pieces, initials.
The imprint of the frontispiece reads: "Printed for John Rivington and the rest of the proprietors
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Subject:
Horticulture
Gardening
Botany
Linné, Carl von, 1707-1778
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Short introduction to the science of botany
OPAC identifier:
9915123202081
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By permission of the Trustees of The Natural History Museum (London)
Also issued online.
Two signatures on t.p., one of them is G. Foster (with date 1803 on dedication page). Foxing at foront and end of the volume.
NHM BOTANY - Half bound in leather with marbled cover papers, with raised bands and gold tooling on spine
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Author:
Miller, Philip, 1691-1771.
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Title:
A short introduction to the science of botany : [illustrated with copper plates / 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]
Varying title form:
The gardeners calendar ed. 15
Soulsby no.:
Soulsby no. 468

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Publisher:
Place of publication:
1769
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Edition:
The fifteenth edition.
Physical description:
pp. [xvii]-lxvi, 5 folded leaves of plates : ill. ; 22 cm.
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Language(s):
English

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Constitutes an itroductory part of Miller's "The gardener's kalendar", ed. 15, 1769, with lower case Roman numeral pagination.
With a half-title.
Plates within the text numbered I-V.
Head and tail pieces; initials.
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Subject:
Gardening
Botany
Linné, Carl von, 1707-1778
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The gardeners kalendar : directing what works are necessary to be performed every month in the kitchen, fruit, and pleasure-gardens, as also in the conservatory and nursery: Shewing I. The particular seasons for propagating all sorts of esculent plants and fruits, with the time when 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.
OPAC identifier:
9936535802081
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By permission of the Trustees of The Natural History Museum (London)
NHM BOTANY - Two signatures on t.p. : 'G. Foster' and another, less legible. Title page, frontispiece, plates, and some index pages foxed.
NHM BOTANY - Half bound in leather with marbled cover papers, with raised bands and gold tooling on spine
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Author:
Miller, Philip, 1691-1771.
Corporate author:
Main entry uniform title:
Uniform title:
Title:
The gardeners kalendar : directing what works are necessary to be performed every month in the kitchen, fruit, and pleasure-gardens, as also in the conservatory and nursery ... / by Philip Miller.
Varying title form:
Soulsby no.:
Soulsby no. 468.

Edition details

Publisher:
Printed for the author
Place of publication:
London
Publishing year:
1769
Edition:
15th ed. with a list of the medicinal plants, which may be gathered for use each month, to which is prefixed, a short introduction to the science of botany, illustrated with copper plates.
Physical description:
lxvi, 382, [21] p. : front., 5 fold. plates. ; 21 cm.
Series entry:
Language(s):
English

Notes

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Head and tail-pieces, initials.
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Provenance:
Andrews, David L.
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Subject:
Gardening Early works to 1800.
Gardening Calendars Early works to 1800.
Plants, Flowering of Flowering time Early works to 1800.
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OPAC identifier:
ocm12824425
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Copy 2 has bookplate: G.E. Maunsell; inscribed on paste-down endpaper: Barbara Cockayne Medlycott.
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Author:
Miller, Philip (1691-1771).
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Title:
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.
Varying title form:
Introduction to the science of botany.
Soulsby no.:
Soulsby no. 468

Edition details

Publisher:
printed for the author
Place of publication:
London
Publishing year:
1769
Edition:
The fifteenth edition, with a list of the medicinal plants, which may be gathered for use in each month. To which is prefixed, a short introduction to the knowledge of the science of botany, illustrated with copper plates.
Physical description:
Pp. lxvi, 382, [22], 5 leaves of plates : additional engraved pictorial title ; 21.4 cm. (copy 1: 20.2 cm.)
Series entry:
Language(s):
English

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Full imprint statement. London: Printed for the author; and sold by J. and F. Rivington in St. Paul's Church-Yard, H. Woodfall, J. Whiston, B. White, J. Hinton, R. Baldwin, L. Hawes and W. Clarke and R. Collins, W. Johnston, T. Caslon, T. Longman, B. Law, C. Rivington, Z. Stuart, J. Dodsley, T. Payne, and T. Cadell. 1769.
Press figures. a7v: 2. b2v: 2. b8r: 6. c1v: 6. c2v: 6. H6v: 6. K6r: 6. M2v: 2. O6r: 4. P7v: 6. Q6v: 3. Q7v: 6. R2v: 3. S1v: 6. S8v: 3. T1v: 3. T6v: 6. U2v: 6. U7v: 3. X3v: 6. Y6v: 2. Y7v: 3. Z8r: 6. Aa7r: 3. Bb1v: 6. Bb2v: 3. Cc2v: 6.
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Copy 1: the front free endpaper bears an ink inscription:: "Mr Baily / Poplars Green / Tewin / ... / Hertfordshire", followed by notes about Jerusalem artichokes. - Copy 2: front pastedown bears engraved book label of Jno. Sharp. Ink inscription on front free endpaper: D. Hardy his Book.
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Subject:
Gardening
Flowering times.
Botany
Classification system: Linnaeus.
18th century.
Great Britain.
Garden calendars.
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Robert Baldwin (London, England)
L. Hawes (London, England)
W. Clarke (London, England)
Robert Collins (London, England)
William Johnston (London, England)
Thomas Caslon (London, England)
T. Longman (London, England)
Bedwell Law (London, England)
Charles Rivington (London, England)
Zachariah Stuart (London, England)
James Dodsley (London, England)
T. Payne (London, England)
Thomas Cadell (London, England)
J. and F. Rivington (London, England)
Henry Woodfall (London, England)
John Whiston (London, England)
Benjamin White (London, England)
John Hinton (London, England)
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Rare Books Room shelf 75
Copy 1: gift March 1968: Mrs E. M. Flawn.
Copy 1 bound in full sheep. Spine with five raised bands. No lettering-piece, nor even impressions of letters.
Copy 2 bound in full sheep. Repaired by Maltby's, November 1989. Calf spine with five raised bands flanked by blind single fillets. Red morocco lettering-piece with gilt decorative borders and title: THE / GARDENERS / KALENDAR / - / MILLER. Gilt date 1769 at base of spine.
Condition noted; 20060320. Copy 1: folded plates projecting, with rough edges in copy 1, and in copy 2 discoloured, torn and eroded edges. Copy 2: pigment splashes on T7r.
Condition noted; 2014. Copy 1. Good. Copy 2. Poor, first gathering detached.
BE, 20.3.2006; 4.6.2008
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Copy 2: much ink underlining and scoring through throughout.