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Schwitzer, Stephan
Switzer, Stephan
Switzer, Stephen
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1682-1745
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Cox, Thomas (Londen)
Laurence, John (1668-1732))
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compendious, but more particular method, than has ever yet been published, for the raising Italian brocoli, Spanish cardoon, celeriac, fenochi, and other foreign kitchen vegetables; so as to make them dishes more generally used than hithero they have been. As also a more authentic account of the La Lucerne, St. Foyne, clover, and other grass seeds, for the improvement of land than is at present to be found in any books of husbandry, or gardening. Drawn up at the desire of several gentlemen, for the use of their bailiffs and gardeners in the country, where these particulars are not so well known. To which is added, the new, but very useful method of burning of clay, for the improvement of land; which may very well be placed amougst the greatest, cheapest, and most useful improvements in husbandry, that this, or any other age has produced. As also, an appendix, wherein is contained a further and full account of the La Lucerne, its perfections, imperfections, &c. and how it may be sown so as to answer its character, and promote its well growing in this soil. By S.S. Author of the practical fruit and kitchen gardener, &c., A
compendious method for the raising of the Italian brocoli Spanish Cardoon, celeriac, finochi, and other foreign kitcheh [sic]- vegetables. As also an account of the La Lucerne, St. Foyne, clover and other grass-seeds. With the method of burning clay, for the improvement of land, made very perfect and compleat from the last summer's experience. ... To which is added, a farther account of the burning of clay. ... By Stephen Switzer., A
compendious method for the raising of the Italian brocoli Spanish cardoon, celeriac, finochi, and other foreign kitchen-vegetables. As also an account of ... grass-seeds. ... The sixth edition. To which is added, A dissertation on the true Cythisus of the ancients. ... By Stephen Switzer., A
compendious method for the raising of the Italian brocoli, Spanish cardoon, celeriac, finochi, and other foreign kitchen-vegetables as also an account of the la lucerne, St. Foyne, clover, and other grass-seed, A
compendious method for the raising of the Italian brocoli Spanish cardoon, celeriac, finochi, and other foreign kitchen-vegetables. As also an account of the La Lucerne, St. Foyne, clover, and other grass-seeds. The third edition revis'd; ... By Stephen Switzer., A
compendious method for the raising of the Italian brocoli Spanish cardoon, celeriac, finochi, and other foreign kitchen-vegetables. As also an account of the la lucerne, st foyne, clover, and other grass-seeds. With the method of burning of clay, ... The fifth edition. To which is added, an account of the success of the burning of clay, ... By Stephen Switzer., A
country gentleman's companion Or, Ancient husbandry restored; and modern husbandry improved. By Stephen Switzer, gardiner. Shewing, I. The most expeditions manner of raising and propagating foreign sallads and other kitchen plants, viz. Italian brocoli, Spanish cardoon, celeriac, finochi, &c. rendring them more useful dishes than they have hitherto been. II. The method of buring clay, proving it to be not only the cheapest, but the best discovery for the improvement of land, especially that which is cold and poor, ever yet practiced. Invented by the Right Honourable George Earl of Halifax. III. The great improvement of land by grass seeds, viz. The Lucerne, St. Foyne, Clover, Reygre, Trefoyle, &c. The quantities to be sown on an acre and the soil proper for the reception of each kind of seed. IV. The excellency of the medicago, or cythisus maranthae of the ancients; demonstrating that plant, (so much esteemed by the Romans) to be the best fodder for all kinds of cattle, poultry, bees, &c. from its hardiness, being capable of enduring the severest weather, and prospering on the most barren, dry land; fully answering the character given of it by columella, cato, pliny, varrro, virgil, &c. With a detection of the errors of some writers relating to this plant., The
dissertation on the true cythisus of the ancients proving that the medicago or Cythisus maranthae ... is the plant that was held in so great esteem among the Romans, A : also that it may be successfully made use of for the improvement of the most dry, barren, hilly land ... : to which is added, an account of the great profits which arise ... from sowing the lucerne and burning of clay : also a catalogue of the best seeds
dissertation on the true Cythisus of the ancients. Proving that the Medicago or Cythisus Maranthæ (not the bastard Sena, as asserted by a late author) is the plant that was held in so great esteem among the Romans. Also that it may be successfully made use of for the improvement of the most dry, barren, hilly land, ... In a letter to a nobleman, who favour'd this enquiry. To which is added, an account of the great profits ... Also a catalogue of the best seeds, ... By Stephen Switzer, A
Ichnographia rustica or, the nobleman, gentleman, and gardener's recreation. Containing directions for the general distribution of a country seat, into rural and extensive gardens, parks, paddocks, &c. And a general system of agriculture, illustrated with great variety of copper-plates, done by the best hands, from the author's drawings. ... By Stephen Switzer, gardener for several years servant to Mr. London and Mr. Wise
Ichnographia rustica, or, The nobleman, gentleman, and gardener's recreation containing directions for the surveying and distributing of a country-scat into rural and extensive gardens, by the ornamenting and decoration of distant prospects, farms, parks, paddocks, &c. Originally calculated ... for the embellishment of countries in general; as also for an introduction to a general system of agriculture and planting. Illustrated with above fifty copper plates
Ichnographia rustica: or, The nobleman, gentleman, and gardner's recreation. Containing directions for the surveying and distributing of a country-seat into rural and extensive gardens, by the ornamenting and decoration of distant prospects, farms, parks, paddocks, &c. Originally calculated (instead of inclosed plantations) for the embellishement of countries in general; as also for an introduction to a general system of agriculture and planting. Illustrated with above fifty copper plates, done by the best hands, which, though first published above twenty years ago, has given rise to every thing of the kind, which has been done fince. The second edition, with large additions. By Stephen Switzer, seedsman and gardener at the Seedshop in Westminster-Hall.
Ichnographia rustica, or, The nobleman, gentlemen, and gardener's recreation
introduction to a general system of hydrostaticks and hydraulicks, 1729., An
introduction to a general system of hydrostaticks and hydraulicks, philosophical and practical. ... In two volumes. By Stephen Switzer, An
introduction to a general system of hydrostaticks and hydraulicks, philosophical and practical. Wherein the most reasonable and advantageous methods of raising and conducting water, for the watering noblemens and gentlemens seats, buildings, gardens, &c., are carefully (and in a manner not yet publish'd in any language) laid down ... Illustrated and explain'd by sixty copper cuts, done by the best hands ... Collected from the best of the Italian and French designs (together with some new ones of the author's own invention) ..., An
Introduction to a general system of hydrostatics and hydraulicks
Kurze und bequeme Methode, die italiänischen Brocoli, Spanische Cardo*. -
Kurze und bequeme Methode die Italiänischen Brocoli, Spanische Cordoon,*. -
Mr. Switzer's dissertation on the cythisus of the ancients.
nobleman, gentleman, and gardener's recreation or, an introduction to gardening, planting, agriculture, and the other business and pleasures of a country life. By Stephen Switzer., The
practical fruit-gardener being the best and newest method of raising, planting, and pruning all sorts of fruit-trees, agreeably to the experience and practice of the most eminent gardeners and nursery-men, The
practical fruit-gardener Being the best and newest method of raising, planting, and pruning all sorts of fruit-trees, ... By Stephen Switzer. Revised and recommended by the Revd. Mr. Laurence and Mr. Bradley. Adorn'd with proper plans., The
practical fruit-gardener. Being the newest and best method of raising, planting and pruning all sorts of fruit-trees, agreably to the experience and practice of the most eminent gardeners and nurserymen. By Stephen Switzer. Revised and reccommended [sic] by the Reverend Mr. Lawrence and Mr. Bradley. The second edition. To which are added three new plans, and other large additions., The
practical fruit-gardener Being the newest and best method of raising, planting, and pruning, all sorts of fruit-trees, ... By Stephen Switzer. The second edition. To which are added, three new plans, and other large additions. Recommended by John Mills., The
Practical Kitchen Gardiner: or, a new and entire system of direct*. -, The
practical kitchen gardiner: or, a new and entire system of directions for his employment in the melonry, kitchen-garden, and potagery, in the several seasons of the year. ... The whole methodiz'd and improv'd, by Stephen Switzer, The
universal system of water and water-works, An : philosophical and practical : in four books
universal system of water and water-works, philosophical and practical., An : In four books. Faithfully digested, from the most-approv'd writers on this subject ...
universal system of water and water-works philosophical and practical. In four books. Faithfully digested, from the most approv'd writers on this subject, by Stephen Switzer. ... In two volumes., An
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