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Advertising pamphlet of 1710
Almanach der hoveniers : behelzende alles wat men in de moestuinen, boomgaarden, bloemtuinen, oranjerijen, queekerijen, plantagien &c. van maand tot maand doen, en waar voor men zorg dragen moet, welke vruchten de moestuinen en boomgaarden ieder maand uitleeveren, en hoe men veele derzelver des winters kan bewaren, welke peeren en appelen ieder maand rijp en goed zijn om gegeeten te worden: en welke bloemen in de bloemtuinen, en oranjerijen, ieder maand, bloeijen, nog is hier bijgevoegt, een lijst van ellerhande vruchten, als mede een algemeene lijst van alle bekende inlandsche en uitheemsche gewassen, met een korte beschrijving; een naauwkeurige verhandeling van het broeijen en voort-teelen der ananassen, enz.
Almanach der hoveniers, behelzende alles wat men in de moestuinen, boomgaarden, bloemtuinen, oranjeryen, queeckeryen, plantagien &c. van maand tot maand doen en waar voor men zorg dragen moet ... : nog is hier bygevoegt een lyst van allerhande vruchten ; alsmede ... ; nevens een naauwkeurige verhandeling van het broeijen en voort-teelen der ananassen ...
Almanach der hoveniers. : Behelzende alles wat men in de moestuinen, boomgaarden, bloemtuinen, oranjeryen ... van maand tot maand doen, en waar voor men zorg dragen moet, welke vruchten de moestuinen en boomgaarden ieder maand uitleeveren, en hoe men veele derzelve des winters kan bewaren ... : Nog is hier bygevoegt een lyst van allerhande vruchten: Als mede een algemeene lyst van alle bekende inlandse en uitheemsche gewassen, met een korte beschryving van ieder soort. Nevens een naauwkeurige verhandeling van het broeijen en voort-teelen der ananassen.
appendix to the new improvements of planting and gardening. Containing the culture of such forest-trees, flowers, &c. as were omitted in the former impressions; viz. the fir, pine, pinaster, &c. the method of raising the truffle, morille, and mushroom. Of the extraordinary production of the chadock-orange. The several manners of graffing. A particular easy method of managing the ananas or pine-apple, the bananas, the guava, the mango, and other delicious fruits of the hottest climates. Of decoys for wild fowl. With some remarkable particulars, not yet publish'd relating to the Guernsey Lilly, and the Coffee-Tree. Illustrated with copper plates. By R. Bradley, professor of Botany in the University of Cambridge, and F.R.S., An
Botanical dictionary for the use of the curious in husbandry and gardening
calendrier des jardiniers, qui enseigne ce qu'il faut faire dans le potsager, dans les pépinières, ..., Le
Calendrier des jardiniers... traduit de l'anglais de M. Bradley,..., Le
Calendrier des Jardins. -, Le
Calendrier des laboureurs et des fermiers... traduit de l'anglais sur la 6e édition de M. R. Bradley,..., Le
Collected writings on succulent plants
compleat Body of husbandry. -, A
compleat fruit and flower gardener Containing, I. Curious directions for cultivating the choicest fruits at a small expence. II. Peculiar observations and rules for the management of dwarf fruit-trees, wall-trees, espaliers, and standards; by a new method of rendering them more ornamental and profitable. III. The most useful experiments for improving land by grain and seeds. IV. The names and characters of all the known soils in England, and their improvement by grain, seeds, and plants. V. Remarks concerning the raising flowers from seed. VI. An exact description of the great American aloe, its manner of blossoming and use; with the culture of that, and many other exotic plants. VII. An account of the most beautiful kinds of torch thistles, and their flowers, &c. VIII. The history of the Glastenbury or Holy Thorn, and the peculiar qualifications of that wonderful plant. The third edition, corrected and adorn'd with cuts. To which is added, an appendix concerning the best methods of pruning fruit-trees, whether they are train'd against wals, or in espaliers, dwarss, &c. shewing the disadvantage of the knife, whereby there parts of the wall-fruit is lost every year. Also the method of lopping timber-trees; improving and preserving of that excellent root the potatoe; with the various ways of preparing and dressing them for the table. By R. Bradley, late professor of botany in the University of Cambridge, and F.R.S., The
complete body of husbandry collected from the practice and experience of the most considerable farmers in Britain. ... Adorn'd with cuts. By R. Bradley ..., A
country gentleman and farmer's monthly director. Containing necessary instructions for the management and improvement of a farm, in every month of the year. Wherein is directed the times and seasons proper for ploughing and sowing of all sorts of corn for grain; the planting and managing of hops, liquorice, madder, saffron, and such other crops as stand more than one year on the ground. The times of planting and cutting of coppice or springs of wood, and felling of timber; the breeding and feeding of poultry, rabbits, fish, swine, and all sorts of cattle. With several particulars relating to the improvement of bees, never before made publick. By R. Bradley, professor of botany in the University of Cambridge, and F.R.S., The
country housewife and lady's director, in the management of a house, and the delights and profits of a farm. Containing instructions for managing the brew-house, and malt-liquors in the cellar; the making of wines of all forts. Directions for the dairy, in the improvement of butter and cheese upon the worst of soils; the feeding and making of brawn; the ordering of fish, fowl, herbs, roots, and all other useful branches belonging to a country-seat, in the most elegant manner for the table. Practical observation concerning distilling; with the best method of making ketchup, and many other curious and durable sauces. The whole distributed in their proper months, from the beginning to the end of the year. With particular remarks relating to the drying of kilming of saffron. By R. Bradley. professor of botony in the University of Cambridge, and F.R.S., The
country housewife and lady's director, in the management of a house, and the delights and profits of a farm. Containing, instructions for managing the brew-house, and malt-liquors in the cellar; the making of wines of all sorts. Directions for the dairy, in the improvement of butter and cheese upon the worst of soils; the feeding and making of brawn; the ordering of fish, fowl, herbs, roots, and all other useful branches belonging to a country seat, in the most elegant manner for the table. Practical observations concerning distilling; with the best method of making ketchup, and many other curiuos and durable sauces. The whole distributed in their proper months, from the beginning to the end of the year. With particular remarks relating to the drying or kilning of saffron., The
country housewife and lady's director, in the management of a house, and the delights and profits of a farm. Containing instructions for managing the brew-house, and malt-liquors in the cellar; the making of wines of all sorts. Directions for the dairy, in the improvement of butter and cheese upon the worst of soils; the feeding and making of brawn; the ordering of fish, fowl, herbs, roots, and all other useful branches belonging to a country-seat ... Practical observations concerning distilling; with the best method of making ketchup, and many other curious and durable sauces. The whole distributed in their proper months, from the beginning to the end of the year. With particular remarks relating to the drying or kilning of saffron., The
course of lectures upon the materia medica, ancient and modern, a
course of lectures, upon the materia medica, antient and modern. Read in the physick schools at Cambridge ... By R. Bradley, A
Dictionaire œconomique, or, The family dictionary, 1725:
Dictionarium botanicum, or a botanical dictionary for the use of the curious in husbandry and gardening... by R. Bradley,...
Dictionarium botanicum, or, A botanical dictionary for the use of the curious in husbandry and gardening : containing the names of the known plants in Latin, English, &c. : their description : their culture or management rendered easy and familiar, whether domestick or exotick, so that the name of a plant being known, the proper direction for its improvement in the garden is to be found in the same article : the terms used in every branch of botany explain'd : a work never before attempted : volume I[-II]
Dictionnaire oeconomique, or, The family dictionary : containing the most experienced methods of improving estates and of preserving health ... the most advantageous ways of breeding, feeding, and ordering all sorts of domestick animals ... the different kinds of nets, snares, and engines for taking all sorts of fish, birds, and other game, great variety of rules, directions, and new discoveries relating to gardening ... the best and cheapest ways of providing and improving all manner of meats and drinks ... means of making the most advantage of the manufactures of soap, starch, spinning, cotton, thread, &c., the methods to take or destroy vermin and other animals injurious to gardening ... an account of the several weights, measures, &c. of metals and minerals ... all sorts of rural sports and exercises ... : the whole illustrated throughout with very great variety of figures ...
Experimental Husbandman and gardener, containing a new method of improving estates and gardens... by G. A. Agricola,... The 2nd edition, to which is now added an appendix containing a variety of experiments lately practised upon the above system, by R. Bradley,..., The
flower-garden display'd, The : in above four hundred curious representations of the most beautiful flowers, regularly dispos'd in the respective months of their blossom, curiously engrav'd on copper-plates from the designs of Mr. Furber and others, and coloured to the life : with the description and history of each plant and the method of their culture, whether in stoves, green-houses, hot-beds ... : very useful, not only for the curious in gardening, but the prints likewise for painters, carvers, japaners, &c. also for the ladies.
Fruit garden display'd
fruit garden displayed Setting forth the several varieties of fruit ripe in every month of the year: collected from the most celebrated gardens in Europe. With their figures, description of colour, taste, and history and the manner of their culture. Publish'd, in order to inform the curious of the nature and manner of propagating all sorts of fruit; each month containing between twenty and thirty figures taken from the life. For the month of August. (which compleats the summer quarter.), The
fruit garden displayed Setting forth the several varieties of fruit ripe in every month of the year: collected from the most celebrated gardens in Europe. With their figures, description of colour, taste, and history; and the manner of their culture. Publish'd, in order to inform the curious of the nature and manner of propagating all sorts of fruit; each month containing between twenty and thirty figures taken from the life. For the month of July., The
general treatise of agriculture, both philosophical and practical; displaying the arts of husbandry and gardening: in two parts. Part I. Of husbandry; ... Part II. Of gardening; ... Originally written by R. Bradley ... And now not only corrected and properly methodised, but adapted to the present practice ... Illustrated with twenty copper-plates, A
General Treatise of husbandry and gardening... by Richard Bradley,..., A
general treatise of husbandry and gardening. Dutch
gentleman and farmer's guide abridg'd. For the increase and improvement of cattle, viz. lambs, sheeps, hogs, calves, cows, oxen. Also the best manner of breeding and breaking horses, both for sport and burthen with an account of their respective distempers and the most approved medicines for the cure of them. Illustrated with rivers cutts. By R. Bradley, professor of botany in the University of Cambridge, and F.R.S., The
gentleman and farmer's guide for the increase and improvement cattle Viz. lambs, sheep, hogs, calves, cows, oxen, &c. Also the best manner of breeding, and breaking horses, both for sport and burden: with an account of their respective distempers, and the most approved medicines for their cure. Also, observations on the many benefits of the woollen manufactures of Great-Britain, and the great advantages arising from hides, tallow, &c. Illustrated with copper plates. The third edition. By R. Bradley, professor of botany in the University of Cambridge, and F.R.S., The
Gentleman and farmer's guide for the increase and improvement of cattle,... The 2nd edition, by R. Bradley,..., The
gentleman and farmer's guide, for the increase and improvement of cattle Viz. lambs, sheep, hogs, calves, cows, oxen. Also the best manner of breeding, and breaking horses, both for sport and burden; with an account of their respective distempers, and the most approved medicines for the cure of them. Also some observations on the many benefits of the woollen manufactures of Great-Britain, and the great advantages arising from hides, tallow, &c. Illustrated with copper plates. By R. Bradley, professor of botany in the University of Cambridge, and F.R.S., The
Gentleman and Farmers Guide for the increase and improvement of C*. -, The
Gentleman and gardener's kalendar... by Richard Bradley,... The fourth edition, to which is added an abstract of the several acts of Parliament to encourage the planting of timber-trees, fruit-trees and other trees for ornament..., The
Gentleman and gardeners kalendar... by Richard Bradley,..., The
Historia plantarum succulentarum... Decas I. A Ricardo Bradley,...
history of succulent plants: containing the Aloes, Ficoids (or Fig-marygolds) Torch-thistles, Melon-thistles, and such others as are capable of an Hortus Siccus, The : engraved, from the originals, on copperplates : with their descriptions, and manner of culture
History of succulent plants, containing the Aloes, Ficoids... Torch-Thistles, Melon-Thistles... engraved from the originals... with their descriptions... by Richard Bradley,... The 2nd edition..., The
Husbandry and trade improv'd: being a collection of many valuable materials relating to corn, cattle, coals, hops, wool, &c.; with a complete catalogue of the several sorts of earths, and their proper product ... as also full and exact histories of trades, as malting, brewing, &c. ... an account of the rivers of England, &c. and how far they may be made navigable; of weights and measures ... the vegetation of plants, &c. with many other useful particulars, communicated by several eminent members of the Royal society, to the collector, John Houghton, F.R.S.
Husbandry and trade improv'd, being a collection of many valuable materials relating to corn, cattle, coals, hops, wool... with many other useful particulars, communicated by several eminent members of the Royal society to the collector John Houghton,... now... published, with a preface and useful indexes, by Richard Bradley,...
minor works of Xenophon: viz. Memoirs of Socrates; The ban quet; Hiero, on the condition of royalty; and Economics, or the science of good husbandry., The
New Improvements of planting and gardening both philosophical and practical... by Richard Bradley,... The fourth edition, to which is added that scarce and valuable tract intitled Herefordshire-Orchards
New improvements of planting and gardening, both philosophical and practical Explaining the motion of the sapp and generation of plants. With other discoveries never before made publick, for the improvement of forest-trees flower gardens, or parterres; with a new invention whereby more designs of garden-platts may be made in an hour, than can be found in all the books now extant. Likewise several rare secrets for the improvement of fruit-trees, kitchen-gardens, and green-house plants. The second edition corrected. By Richard Bradley, fellow of the Royal Society.
New improvements of planting and gardening, both philosophical and practical : in three parts ... to which is added that scarce and valuable tract intitled Herefordshire-orchards
New Improvements of planting and gardening, both philosophical and practical... The 2nd edition corrected. By Richard Bradley,...
New Improvements of planting and gardening both philosophical and practical... The seventh edition, with an appendix, treating of several matters omitted in the former impressions... by Richard Bradley,...
New improvements of planting and gardening, both practical and philosophical. In three parts, viz. I. The clergy-man's recreation. II. The gentleman's recreation. III. The lady's recreation. By John Lawrence, A.M. rector of Yelvertost in Northamptonshire, and sometime Fellow of Clare-Hall in Cambridge. With an appendix explaining the motion of the sap and generation of plants: with other discoveries never before made publick, for the improvement of forest-trees ; with an invention whereby more designs of garden platts may be made in an hour, than can be found in all the books now extant. Likewise several rare secrets for the improvement of fruit-trees, kitchen-gardens, and green-house plants. Adorn'd with copper plates. By Richard Bradley, Fellow of the Royal Society.
New improvements of plantingand gardening. -
Nouvelles observations phisyques et pratiques sur le jardinage et l'art de planter, avec le calendrier des jardiniers: ouvrage traduit de l'anglois ...
Nouvelles Observations phisyques ("sic") et pratiques sur le jardinage et l'art de planter, avec le calendrier des jardiniers, ouvrage traduit de l'anglais de Bradley...
Nouvelles observations physiques et pratiques sur le jardinage et l'art de planter, aves le Calendrier des jardiniers
philosophical account of the works of nature, A : endeavouring to set forth the several gradations remarkable in the mineral, vegetable, and animal parts of the creation, tending to the composition of a scale of life : to which is added, an account of the state of gardening, as it is now in Great Britain, and other parts of Europe : together with several new experiments relating to the improvement of barren ground, and the propagating of timber-trees, fruit-trees, &c. : with many curious cutts. - "Book printed for W. Mears": p. [195]
philosophical account of the works of nature, endeavoring to set forth several gradations remarkable in the mineral, vegetable, and animal parts of the creation, tending to the composition of a scale of life: To which is added an account of the state of gardening, as it is now in Great Britain, and other parts of Europe; together with several new experiments relating to the improvement of barren ground, and the propagating of timber-trees, fruit-trees, etc., with many curious cutts, A
philosophical account of the works of nature. Endeavouring to set forth the several gradations remarkable in the mineral, vegetable, and animal parts of the creation ... To which is added an account of the state of gardening, as it is now in Great Britain, and other parts of Europe. ..., A
Philosophical account of the works of nature... tending to the composition of a scale of life. To which is added an account of the state of gardening, as it is now in Great Britain and other parts of Europe... By Richard Bradley,..., A
Philosophical Treatise of husbandry and gardening,... by G. A. Agricola,... translated from the high-dutch, with remarks... The whole revised... by Richard Bradley,..., A
plague at Marseilles consider'd, The
practical Fruit-Gardener. -, The
riches of a hop-garden explain'd, from the several improvements arising by that beneficial plant as well to the private cultivators of it, as to the publick., The : With the observations and remarks of the most celebrated hop-planters in Britain. Wherein such rules are laid down for the management of the hop, as may improve the most barren ground, from one shilling to thirty or forty pounds an acre per annum. In which is particularly set forth, the whole culture from the first breaking up of the ground, the planting, &c. to the kilning, or drying of the hop. Rendred familiar to every capacity. By R. Bradley, professor of botany in the University of Cambridge, and F.R.S.
riches of a hop-garden explain'd rrom the several improvements arising by that beneficial plant: as well to the private cultivators of it, as to the publick. With the observations and remarks of the most celebrated hop-planters in Britain. Wherein such rules are laid down for the management of the hop, as many improve the most barren ground, from one shilling to thirty or forty pounds an acre per annum. In which is particularly set forth, the whole culture from the first breaking up of the ground, the planting, &c. to the kilning, or drying of the hop. Rendered familiar to every capacity. By R. Bradley, Professor of Botany in the University of Cambridge, and F.R.S., The
Stukken over de strenge winters van 1709-1778
survey of the ancient husbandry and gardening, collected from Cato, Varro, Columella, Virgil, and others the most eminent writers among the Greeks and Romans: wherein many of the most difficult passages in those authors are explain'd, and the whole render'd familiar to our climate; with variety of new experiments. Adorn'd with cuts. With a preface, shewing the use of husbandry, and the necessity of erecting publick gardens. By R. Bradley .., 1725:, A
Ten partical discourses concerning the four Elements, as They Relate To*. -
ten practical discourses concerning earth and water, fire and air, as they relate to the growth of plants
Ten practical discourses concerning the four elements, as they relate to the growth of plants... By... R. Bradley,... The second edition
treatise of succulent plants
virtue and use of coffee, with regard to the plague, and other infectious distempers..., The
virtue and use of coffee, with regard to the plague, and other insectious distempers Containing the most remarkable observations of the greatest men in Europe concerning it, from the first knowledge of it, down to this present time. To which is prefix'd, an exact figure of the tree, flower, and fruit, taken from the life. By R. Bradley, Fellow of the Royal Society., The
Vollkommener Saamenhändler. - [1727?]
whole works of Xenophon, The
Works of nature
Wysgeerige verhandeling van de werken der natuure. Waar in de verscheide trapswyze opklimmingen, in de byzondere deelen der scheppinge, als mynstoffen, plantgewassen en dieren aangetoond worden. : Hier by is gevoegd een berigt van den tegenwoordigen staat der tuinen ...
Wysgeerige Verhandeling van den Werken der Natuure. -
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