London, 1794-98. 8vo.

-A Letter to H. Repton, Esq., on the application of the practice, as well as the principles of Landscape Painting, to Landscape Gardening, etc. London, 1795. 8vo.

---A Dialogue on the distinct characters of the Picturesque and the Beautiful, in answer to the objections of Mr. Knight. London, 1801

-- On the Picturesque; including A Letter to H. Repton, Esq., and On Decorations near the House. Edited by Sir Thomas Dick Lauder. London, 1842.

Humphry Repton. A Letter to Uvedale Price, Esq. on Landscape Gardening. London, 1794. 4to.

-Sketches and Hints on Landscape Gardening, etc.

London, 1795. Folio Observations on the Theory and Practice of Landscape Gardening, etc. London, 1803. 4to.

-An Enquiry into the changes in Landscape Gardening.

London, 1806. 8vo.

--On the introduction of Indian Architecture and Gardening. London, 1808. Folio *

-On the supposed effects of Ivy on Trees. Trans. Linn.

Soc. London, 1810 *

-Fragments on the Theory and Practice of Landscape Gardening. London, 1817. Folio Richard Payne Knight. The Landscape ; a Didactic Poem, in 3 books, addressed to Uvedale Price, Esq. 1794. 4to.

-—— Review of the Landscape ; also of an Essay on the Picturesque ; with Practical Remarks on Rural Ornament. 1795. 8vo.

1795 William Roxburgh, m.d., f.r.s. Plants of the Coast of Coromandel, etc. London, 1795

1796 Francis Bauer. Delineation of Exotick Plants cultivated in the Royal Garden at Kew, drawn and coloured, and the botanical characters displayed, according to the Linnaean System. London, 1796. Folio.

- Illustrationes Floras Novae Hollandiae, etc. Part I.

1813 *

1796 Rev. Charles Marshall. Introduction to the Knowledge and Practice of Gardening; with Hints on Fish Ponds. London, 1796. 12mo.

Several later editions—the third, 1800.

George Lindley. The plan of an Orchard, exhibiting at one view a select quantity of Trees, etc. 1796 * Described by Johnson as a folio sheet.

-An Account of the Culture of Potatoes in Ireland.

1796. 8vo. *

These two works are mentioned by Johnson.

James Don. Hortus Cantabrigensis, a Catalogue of Plants Indigenous and Exotic. 1796. 8vo.

1797 Strickland Freeman. Select Specimens of British Plants.

Five plates. London, 1797. Folio Part II. contains descriptions of the plants by G. Shaw.

Francis Duckenfield Astley. A few minutes' advice to Gentlemen of landed Property, and the admirers of Forest Scenery, etc, etc. Chester, 1797. 12mo. *

--- Hints to Planters, from various Authors of esteemed Authority. Manchester, 1807. 8vo. *

Thomas Skip Dyot Buckxal. The Orchardist, etc., etc. London, 1797. 8vo.

Thomas Axdrew Knight, f.r.s. A Treatise on the Culture of the Apple and Pear, and on the manufacture of Cyder and Perry. London, 1797. 12mo.

— Some Doubts relative to the efficacy of Mr. Forsyth's Plaister, in renovating Trees. London, 1802. .4to.

— Report of a Committee of the Horticultural Society of London. London, 1805. _4to.

— A Letter on the origin of Blight, etc. London, 1806 Pomona Herefordiensis, or a descriptive account of the old Cyder and Perry Fruits of Herefordshire. London, 1811. 4to.

Knight was the author of numerous papers in Trans. Hort. Soc. and other periodicals.

William Salisbury. Hortus Paddingtonensis, etc. London, 1797. 8vo.

— The Botanist's Companion, etc. London, 1816. 12mo.

- Hints to the Proprietors of Orchards. 1817. 12mo.

— The Cottager's Agricultural Companion, etc. 1822. 12mo.

— Also Essay on packing Plants for exportation *

Nicholson's Journal, XXX., p. 339.

Walter Nicol. The Scotch Forcing Gardener, etc. Edinburgh, 1797. 8vo.

- Practical Planter, etc. Edinburgh, 1799. 8vo.

— Villa Garden Directory, etc. Edinburgh, 1809. 8vo. -- Gardener's Kalendar, etc. Edinburgh, 1810. 8vo. *

- Planter's Kalendar, etc. Edinburgh, 1812. 8vo.

Henry Andrews. The Botanist's Repository, etc. Edinburgh, 1797-99. 4to.

- A Review of Plants hitherto figured in the Botanist's Repository. Edinburgh, 1801. 4to. *

— Engravings of Ericas or Heaths, with Botanical descriptions. London, 1802. Folio.

- The Heathen-, or Monograph of the genus Erica, monthly numbers, in 6 vols. London, 1804 and 1814 —— Geraniums. London, 1805. 4to.

1798 Clement Archer, m.r.l.a. Miscellaneous Observations on the effect of Oxygen on the Animal and Vegetable Systems, etc. Bath, 1798. 8vo. Robinson. Forms of Stoves for Forcing Houses. London, 1798. 8vo. *

1799 Robert John Thornton. A new Illustration of the Sexual System of Linnaeus. 1799.

- The Temple of Flora. 1805. Imperial folio Beautifully engraved titles and coloured plates.

- Family Herbal. (Engravings by Bewick.) 1810.

- Botanical Extracts, or Philosophy of Botany. (3 vols.) 1810.

Lady Charlotte Murray. British Garden. Bath, 1799. 8vo. 18CC William Pontey. The profitable Planter, etc. Hudders-field, 1800. 12mo.

- The Forest Pruner, etc. London, 1805. 12mo.

- The Rural Improver. London, 1822

1800 Mrs. Montolieu. The Enchanted Plants, Fables in Verse. London, 1808. 8vo.

- The Gardens, a Poem. From the French of L'Abbe J. de Lille. 1805. 8vo. Rev. Thomas Owen, m.a. The Three Books of M. Terentius Varro, concerning Agriculture, translated into English. London, 1800. 8vo.

- Agricultural Pursuits, translated from the Greek.

London, 1805. 8vo.

- Translation of the 14 Books of Palladius on Agriculture.

London, 1807. 8vo.

1802 William Turton, m.D., f.l.s. A General System of Nature through the three grand kingdoms of Animals, Vegetables, and Minerals. Translated from Gmelin's last edition of the Systema Naturae of Linnaeus. 1802-6. 7 vols. 8vo.

Rural Recreation, or the Gardener's Instructor, etc. By a Society of Practical Gardeners. London, 1802. 8vo. *