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1803 John Claudius Loudon. Observations on laying out the Public Squares of London in the Literary Journal. 1803 *
- Observations on the formation and management of useful and ornamental Plantations, etc. Edin., 1804. 8vo.
- A short Treatise on some improvements lately made in Hot-houses. Edin., 1805. 8vo.
- A Treatise on forming, improving, and managing Country Residences, etc. London, 1806. 2 vols. 4to. --Hints on the formation of Gardens and Pleasure Grounds, etc. 1812. 4to. - Remarks on the Construction of Hot-houses, etc.
--Sketches of Curvilinear Hot-houses, etc. 1818
- A comparative view of the Curvilinear, and common mode of Roofing Hot-houses. London, 1818. Folio *
--The Encyclopaedia of Gardening. London, 1822. 8vo.
This work went through several later editions.
The different modes of cultivating the Pine Apple, etc.
London, 1822. 8vo.
The Encyclopaedia of Plants. London, 1838. 8vo.
Loudon was the author of several other works and numerous treat-, ises, and editor of the Gardener's Magazine, etc. MRS. LOUDON also was the author of many works on Gardening, among which are the following :
Flower Garden of Ornamental Annuals. London, 1840. 4to.
Ladies' Companion to Flower Garden. London, 1841. 12mo.
- Ladies' Country Companion. London, 1846. 12mo.
- British Wild Flowers. London, 1846. 4to.
- The Amateur Gardener's Calendar. London, 1857.
1804 R. W. Dickson, m.d. Practical Agriculture, or a Complete System of Modern Husbandry, etc. London, 1804 and 1805. 4to.
Editor of the Agricultural Magazine from July, 1807, to December, 1809.
1805 Edward Rudge, f.l.s. Plantarum Guianae rariarum, Icones et Descriptiones. London, 1805-7. 4 vols, folio.
1806 William Griffin. Treatise on the cultivation of the Pine Apple. Newark, 1806. 8vo.
Another edition. 1810.
John Sibthorpe. Flora Graeca, 1806-1840. 10 vols, folio Mrs. Henrietta M. Moriarty. Viridarium; or Green House Plants. London, 1806. 8vo. W. Wallis Mason. Experiments on the Culture of Carrots.* Nicholson's Journal, XV., p. 57. 1806.
1807 William Shaw. The Practical Gardener. London, 1807.
Alexander Macdonald. A complete Dictionary of practical Gardening. 1807. 2 vols. 4to.
Johnson says the author of this was R. W. Dickson (see 1804), and that Macdonald was an assumed name.
William Watson. On the Culture of Turnips. *
Nicholson's Journal, XVI., p. 14.
1809 J. Acton. On the Germination of Seeds, in a letter. 1809.*
Nicholson's Journal, XXIII., p. 214.
1809 James Dede. The English Botanist's Pocket Companion, containing the essential Generic characters of every British Plant, arranged agreeably to the Linnsean system. London, 1809. 12mo. Joseph Knight. An Essay on the cultivation of the Plants belonging to the Order of Protest. London, 1809. 4to.
Mrs. Agnes Ihbetson. Many Contributions to Nicholson's J Journal, on Plants and Seeds, etc. 1809. *
Sydenham Edwards. Sixty-one Plates, representing about 150 rare plants. London, 1809. 4to. * -The Botanical Register, or Ornamental Flower Garden and Shrubbery. 1815-1827. 8vo. 33 vols, (including index).
The continuation to 1847 was edited by J. Lindley.
1810 Thomas Haynes. Improved System of Nursery Gardening.
London, 1810. 8vo. Interesting Discoveries in Horticulture, being an easy system of Propagating American and Bog Soil Plants, dec. London, 1810. 8vo.
- A Treatise on the improved culture of the Strawberry, Raspberry, and Gooseberry. London, 1812. 8vo.
- On collecting Soils, and composts. London, 1812. 12mo.
1811 Peter Lindegaard. On the mode of forcing the Vine in Denmark. London, 1811. 8vo. *
Mentioned by Johnson.
1812 Transactions of the Horticultural Society begun in 1812.
First Series, 4to. 7 vols. 1812 to 1830. Second Series. 1835 to 1848. With general index. The following are among the Authors of the articles in the early volumes:Sir J. Banks; J. Braddick ; Sir B. Boothby ;
A.Carlisle; J.Dickson; J. Dunbar; J. Fairweather; Fuller;
Sir H. Goodriche ; C. Harrison; A. K. Haworth ; A.Hawkins;
J. Hayward; D. Hill; S. Jeeves; D. Judd; M. Keens;
W.Kent; T. A. Knight; J. Lindley ; G. Loddiges; Lutterel;
J. Maher; H. S. Matthews; J. Mean; W. Morgan; C. H.
Noehden; J. Sabine; R. A. Salisbury; A. Seton ; A. Sherbrook; J. Simpson; W. Spence ; J. Turner; J. Venables ;
]. Warre; J. Wedgewood ; R. Wilbraham ; T.Wilkinson;
J. Williams ; J. Wilmot.
George Brookshaw. Pomona Bricannica, or Correct Delineations of British Fruits, with Descriptions. Atlas folio. London, 1812.
-another edition. Elephant 4to. 1817. 2 vols.
A Treatise on Flower Painting. (Part I.) 1816. 4to. *
-The Horticultural Repository, etc. 1817. 8vo.
Joseph Taylor. Arbores Mirabiles, or a Description of the most remarkable Trees, Plants, and Shrubs in all parts of the World. Illustrated. London, 1812. 12mo.
The Bible Garden. A brief Description of all the trees and plants mentioned in Holy Scripture. London, 1836. 16mo.
Thomas Hogg. A concise and practical Treatise on the growth and culture of the Carnation, Pink, Auricula, Polyanthus, Ranunculus, Tulip, etc. London, 1812. 12mo.
Second edition. London, 1822. 12mo.
George Todd. Plans, Elevations, and Sections of Hothouses, etc. London, 1812. Folio.
1813 Peter Lyon. Observations on the barrenness of Fruit Trees; the means of prevention and cure. Edinburgh, 1813. 8vo. - A Treatise on the Physiology and Pathology of Trees, etc. Edinburgh, 1816. 8vo.
-Comely Garden, Edinburgh. *
Mentioned by Watt.
1814 John Cushing. The Exotic Gardener. London, 1814. 8vo.
Third edition. 1826. 8vo.
John Lunan (of the Island of Jamaica). Hortus Jamai-censis, or a Botanical Description of Indigenous Plants and Exotics growing in the Island of Jamaica. London, 1814. 2 vols. 4to.