James Dicksox, f.l.s. Fasciculus Plantarum Cryptogami-carum Britannia. London, 1785.
Dickson was the author of many papers in the Horticultural Society's Transactions.
1786 Francis Xavier Vispre. A Dissertation on the growth of Wine in England. Bath, 1786. 8vo. Robert Browne. A Method to preserve Peach and Nectarine Trees from the effect of Mildew, etc. London, 1786. 12mo.
Rev. Philip le Brocq, m.a. A Description of certain methods of Planting, Training, and Managing all kinds of Fruit Trees, Vines, etc. London, 1786. 8vo.
- A Sketch of a Plan for making the Tract of Land called the New Forest a real Forest, and for various other purposes of the first national importance. 1793. 8vo.
The Compleat Herbal, or Family Physician, giving an account of all such Plants as are now used in the Practice of Physic, with their Descriptions and Virtues. 2 vols. No author's name. London, 1787. 8vo.
1787 William Curtis. The Botanical Magazine (begun by).
First series, 1787 to 1826, 53 vols.; Index, 1828. Second series, edited by S. Curtis and W. J. Hooker, 1827 to 1844, 17 vols. Third series, edited by Sir W. J. Hooker, 1845 to 1858, 13 vols.
1787 -Flora Londinensis. 1777-1828. 5 vols, folio George Winter. A new and compendious System of Husbandry, containing the mechanical, chemical, and philosophical Elements of Agriculture. Bristol, 1787. 8vo.
1788 Sir James Edward Smith. Some observations on the irritability of Vegetables. London, 1788. 4to.
- Plantarum Icones hactenus ineditae, plerumque ad Plantas in Herbario Linnasno conservatus delineatae. London, 1789-91. Fol.
Icones Pictae Plantarum rariorum descriptionibus . . illustratae. London, 1790-93. Fol. —— Spicilegium Botanicum. Gleanings in Botany. London, 1791-2. Fol.
- A Specimen of the Botany of New Holland. The figures by J. Sowerby. London, 1793. 4to. (only 1 vol. published).
Syllabus of a Course of Lectures on Botany. London, 1795. 8vo.
— Remarks on the Generic Character of the Decandrons Papalionaceous Plants of New Holland. London, 1804. 8vo.
—— Exotic Botany . . . coloured figures . . of such new, beautiful or rare plants as are worthy of cultivation in the Gardens of Britain. The figures by J. Sowerby. London, 1804-5. 2 vols. 4to.
An Introduction to Physiological and Systematic Botany. London, 1807. 8vo.
Review of the Modern State of Botany, etc. Edinburgh, 1817. 4to.
- A Grammer of Botany. London, 1821. 8vo.
1789 Johx Graefek. A Descriptive Catalogue of upwards of 1100 species and varieties of Herbaceous Plants, etc, with a List of Hardy Ferns, etc, etc. London, 1789. 8vo. *
James Adam. Practical Essays on Agriculture, containing an Account of Soils, and the manner of correcting them ; an Account of the culture of all Field Plants ; also on the Culture and management of Grass Lands, etc. London, 1789. 2 vols. 8vo. *
William Aiton. Hortus Kewensis. London, 1789. 3 vols. 8vo.
-— Second edition enlarged by his son, William Townsend Aiton, 1810-13. 5 vols. 8vo.
1790 Richard Pulteney. Historical and biographical sketches of the progress of Botany. London, 1790. 2 vols. 8vo.
---- General View of the Writings of Linnaeus. London, 1805. 4to.
— Decorations for Plants and Garden. Published by Taylor. Cir. 1790.
E. O. Donovan, f.r. and l.s. The Botanical Review, or the Beauties of Flora. Nos. 1-7. London, 1790.
Brulles. Hints for the management of Hot-beds, etc. Bath, 1790. 8vo. *
1791 Richard Anthony Salisbury. Icones Stirpium variorum.
Descriptionibus illustratae. London, 1791. 8vo.
- Paradisus Londinensis. London, 1805-8. 4to.
Salisbury contributed many valuable papers to the Trans. Horticultural Society.
Erasmus Darwin, m.d., f.r.s. The Botanic Garden, a poem, in two parts : part I, The Economy of Vegetation ; part II, The Loves of the Plants. London. 1791. 4to.
— Phytologia, or the Philosophy of Agriculture and Gardening, etc. London, 1800. 4to. James Sowerby, f.l.s. The Florist's Delight, etc. London, 1791. Folio.
- Figures of English Fungi, or Mushrooms. London, 1792-1803. 3 vols, folio.
— English Botany, with Sir J. E. Smith, 1790-1820.
36 vols. 8vo.
1791 William Forsyth, f.a.s. Observations on the Diseases, Defects, and Injuries in all kinds of Fruit and Forest Trees, etc. London, 1791. 8vo.
-A Treatise on the culture and management of Fruit Trees, etc. London, 1802. 4to.
1792 The Linnaean Society's Transactions, first published. 1791. 8vo.
Among the contributors of papers on Gardening subjects in the early numbers are the following: C. C. Babington, H. T. Cole-brooke, Peter Collinson, L. W. Dillwyn, R. K. Greville, W. J. Hooker, J. Lindley, T. Martyn, R. Rudge, J. E. Smith, J. Sowerby, C. Stevens, J. Woods. James Maddock. Florist's Directory and Treatise on the Culture of Flowers, etc. London, 1792. 8vo.
— An improved edition by J. Curtis. London, 1810. 8vo.
1793 Richard Steele. An Essay on Gardening, containing a Catalogue of Exotic Plants, etc. York, 1793. 4to. *
1794 William Amos. The Theory and Practice of Drill Husbandry. London, 1794. 4to. *
— Minutes of Agriculture and Planting. London, 1804. 4to.
Adrian Hardy Haworth. Observations on the genus Mesembryanthemum. London, 1794. 8vo.
-Synopsis Plantarum Succulentarum, etc. London, 1812- 19. 8vo.
Samuel Hayes, m.r.l.a. A practical Treatise on Planting.
Dublin, 1794. 8vo. James Shaw. Plans, elevations, sections, observations, and explanations of Forcing houses in Gardening. Whitby, 1794. Folio James McPhail. A Treatise on the Culture of the Cucumber, etc. London, 1794- 8vo. - The Gardener's Remembrancer throughout the year, etc. London, 1803. 8vo. William Maunsell, ll.d. Letter on the Culture of Potatoes from the Shoots. London, 1794. 8vo. Sir Uvedale Price. An Essay on the Picturesque, as compared with the sublime and beautiful, etc.