The Gardeners' Chronicle and Agricultural Gazette . rn^. T§.WXIX OR, THE RUDIMENTS OF BOTANICAL SCIENCE BY JOHN LINDLEY, Ph.D., F.R.S.. PROFESSOR OF BOTANY TN THE U.NIf EESIIY COLLEGE, LONDON. [SPECIMEN OF THE WORK.]
RM2AJ7A96The Gardeners' Chronicle and Agricultural Gazette . rn^. T§.WXIX OR, THE RUDIMENTS OF BOTANICAL SCIENCE BY JOHN LINDLEY, Ph.D., F.R.S.. PROFESSOR OF BOTANY TN THE U.NIf EESIIY COLLEGE, LONDON. [SPECIMEN OF THE WORK.]
The Gardeners' Chronicle and Agricultural Gazette . THE RUDIMENTS OF BOTANICAL SCIENCE. fc ; , BY JOHN LINDLEY, Ph.D., F.R.S., PROF£SSOP. OF EOIANY I. THE VNIVEKSITY COLLEGj:, LONDON. ENDOGENS. [SPECl^iEN OF THE WORK.] 247 12 SCHOOL EOTAXY.
RM2AJAHEKThe Gardeners' Chronicle and Agricultural Gazette . THE RUDIMENTS OF BOTANICAL SCIENCE. fc ; , BY JOHN LINDLEY, Ph.D., F.R.S., PROF£SSOP. OF EOIANY I. THE VNIVEKSITY COLLEGj:, LONDON. ENDOGENS. [SPECl^iEN OF THE WORK.] 247 12 SCHOOL EOTAXY.
The Gardeners' Chronicle and Agricultural Gazette . gures ; Animals nnd Birds ; two enriched Gothic Altars,Church <.)rnanients, with numerous other varied objects afterthe best models, or of good original design. To be viewed, byapplication on tho premises, where Catalogues may be had afew davs before the sale ; also at Mr. John Dawsons Auctionaud AgLUcy Offices, 21, Old Jewry, and ICingston-on-Thames. TO BE DISPOSED OF, THE NORWICH NUR-SERY.—In consequence of the Copartnership of the aboveEstablishment being about to terminate, this Extensive Nurseryis now to be disposed of, and affords an
RM2AJ9CPMThe Gardeners' Chronicle and Agricultural Gazette . gures ; Animals nnd Birds ; two enriched Gothic Altars,Church <.)rnanients, with numerous other varied objects afterthe best models, or of good original design. To be viewed, byapplication on tho premises, where Catalogues may be had afew davs before the sale ; also at Mr. John Dawsons Auctionaud AgLUcy Offices, 21, Old Jewry, and ICingston-on-Thames. TO BE DISPOSED OF, THE NORWICH NUR-SERY.—In consequence of the Copartnership of the aboveEstablishment being about to terminate, this Extensive Nurseryis now to be disposed of, and affords an
The Gardeners' Chronicle and Agricultural Gazette . garden, much love for flowers, and small means to cultivateeither.—Atlas. A cheap and pretty little manual of simple and concisedirections for the management of a fiower.garden.—Spectator. ON THE POT-CULTURE OF THE VINE. By John Meaens, Cm-ator of the Leeds Botanical Garden. Price 2s. cloth lettered. HINTS ON LANDSCAPE GARDENING. , By James Main, A.L.S., with Illustrations. Price 2s. ijloth. HORTUS DIETETICA. An Historical and Botanical Account of Edible Vegetables,with Directions for their Cultivation, Storing, and preparingfor the Tabic. By
RM2AJ9T8MThe Gardeners' Chronicle and Agricultural Gazette . garden, much love for flowers, and small means to cultivateeither.—Atlas. A cheap and pretty little manual of simple and concisedirections for the management of a fiower.garden.—Spectator. ON THE POT-CULTURE OF THE VINE. By John Meaens, Cm-ator of the Leeds Botanical Garden. Price 2s. cloth lettered. HINTS ON LANDSCAPE GARDENING. , By James Main, A.L.S., with Illustrations. Price 2s. ijloth. HORTUS DIETETICA. An Historical and Botanical Account of Edible Vegetables,with Directions for their Cultivation, Storing, and preparingfor the Tabic. By
The Gardeners' Chronicle and Agricultural Gazette . e excellent Boilers, in- Vy vented by John Rogers, Esq,, are made of various sizesby John Srewen, Ironmonger, Sevenoaks. They are applica-ble to all kinds of apparatus, and are in use at Messrs. Lod-diges, Hackney; Messrs. Chandlers, Vauxhall; Messrs.Rollissons, Tooting ; Mr, Ponteys, Plymouth; Mr. Hendersons,Fine-apple-place; and in the Gardens of the HorticulturalSociety. BURBIDGE AND HEALYS COOKING APPA-RATUS, combining Sylvesters Patents.—This CookingApparatus is believed to possess greater general advantages thanany yet submitted to the
RM2AJ93FWThe Gardeners' Chronicle and Agricultural Gazette . e excellent Boilers, in- Vy vented by John Rogers, Esq,, are made of various sizesby John Srewen, Ironmonger, Sevenoaks. They are applica-ble to all kinds of apparatus, and are in use at Messrs. Lod-diges, Hackney; Messrs. Chandlers, Vauxhall; Messrs.Rollissons, Tooting ; Mr, Ponteys, Plymouth; Mr. Hendersons,Fine-apple-place; and in the Gardens of the HorticulturalSociety. BURBIDGE AND HEALYS COOKING APPA-RATUS, combining Sylvesters Patents.—This CookingApparatus is believed to possess greater general advantages thanany yet submitted to the
. The Gardeners' Chronicle and Agricultural Gazette. protects them from being splashed with dirtduring heavy rains, and at the same time greatly improves theflavour and size of the fruit, and secures mauy advantages overthe old plan of cultivation. A Pamphlet, with a description ofthe Tiles, together with several other appliances for Fruit andVegetables, can be had by enclosing three postage stamps toMr. John Roberts, 34, Eastcheap, London. COOPERS PATENT PRESERVED FRUITS, inSyrup, prepared for the dessert and oher uses. A smallhamper, ontaining an assortment of various kinds of fruit, inhalf-
RM2AFJ9TR. The Gardeners' Chronicle and Agricultural Gazette. protects them from being splashed with dirtduring heavy rains, and at the same time greatly improves theflavour and size of the fruit, and secures mauy advantages overthe old plan of cultivation. A Pamphlet, with a description ofthe Tiles, together with several other appliances for Fruit andVegetables, can be had by enclosing three postage stamps toMr. John Roberts, 34, Eastcheap, London. COOPERS PATENT PRESERVED FRUITS, inSyrup, prepared for the dessert and oher uses. A smallhamper, ontaining an assortment of various kinds of fruit, inhalf-
The Gardeners' Chronicle and Agricultural Gazette . s, and in the winterseason ^^iU be found serviceable for preparing clay, and otherpui-poses, ou a farm. By the simple cutting apparatus, eacatile is made exactly ihe same length. One of the machines may be seen, with spechnens of tiles, atthe Polytechnic Institution, Regents street, or in constant wortat the Inventors Tile-yard, Hounsdown, near Southamptonwhere any further information can be obtained, by apphcationto the foreman, John Ives, or by letter to the Inventor-. Websters Draining Levels nianuf: ct ired and sid by J,^ox,Optician; 12?,
RM2AJ9TGXThe Gardeners' Chronicle and Agricultural Gazette . s, and in the winterseason ^^iU be found serviceable for preparing clay, and otherpui-poses, ou a farm. By the simple cutting apparatus, eacatile is made exactly ihe same length. One of the machines may be seen, with spechnens of tiles, atthe Polytechnic Institution, Regents street, or in constant wortat the Inventors Tile-yard, Hounsdown, near Southamptonwhere any further information can be obtained, by apphcationto the foreman, John Ives, or by letter to the Inventor-. Websters Draining Levels nianuf: ct ired and sid by J,^ox,Optician; 12?,
The Gardeners' Chronicle and Agricultural Gazette . uratorof the Highland Society, Leith-walk, Edinbm-gh ; and Mr.LaTTence Hill, jun., Ciril Engineer, Buchanan-street, Glasirow.Application for further information and licenses to be made tothe subscriber. JOHN AINSLIE. Alperton Tile-works, Acton, Middlesex. IMPROVED DIBBLING MACHINE.JOHN WEATHERSTONE begs to inform the Agri-«- cultural Public that his PATENT HORSE-DIBBLINGMACHINE is now ready, whereby the gieatest regularity maybe insured in the deposition of all Seeds. A team of foni-horseswill be found sufficient power to draw one of the lar
RM2AJ7GMAThe Gardeners' Chronicle and Agricultural Gazette . uratorof the Highland Society, Leith-walk, Edinbm-gh ; and Mr.LaTTence Hill, jun., Ciril Engineer, Buchanan-street, Glasirow.Application for further information and licenses to be made tothe subscriber. JOHN AINSLIE. Alperton Tile-works, Acton, Middlesex. IMPROVED DIBBLING MACHINE.JOHN WEATHERSTONE begs to inform the Agri-«- cultural Public that his PATENT HORSE-DIBBLINGMACHINE is now ready, whereby the gieatest regularity maybe insured in the deposition of all Seeds. A team of foni-horseswill be found sufficient power to draw one of the lar
. The Gardeners' Chronicle and Agricultural Gazette. in esprl^ffing my entire satisfactian Tv-ith the ran^e of houses you erected here. I may also state that my honoured employer,John Shaw Leigh, Esq., is perfectly satisfied. I have no hesi:ation in st^ng, that to the best of my knowledge, there is not a more complete range of glass in the country, as regards botiibuilding and heating. I may add that they are admired by every Gardener who has seen them. I shall have much pleasure in answering any references you may please to direct. (Signed.) James Fkaseb. Gardener, Luton Hod Park. SMITHFIELD
RM2AFHDA7. The Gardeners' Chronicle and Agricultural Gazette. in esprl^ffing my entire satisfactian Tv-ith the ran^e of houses you erected here. I may also state that my honoured employer,John Shaw Leigh, Esq., is perfectly satisfied. I have no hesi:ation in st^ng, that to the best of my knowledge, there is not a more complete range of glass in the country, as regards botiibuilding and heating. I may add that they are admired by every Gardener who has seen them. I shall have much pleasure in answering any references you may please to direct. (Signed.) James Fkaseb. Gardener, Luton Hod Park. SMITHFIELD
. The Gardeners' Chronicle and Agricultural Gazette. , with Post-ofificeorders, payable to John Sangsteb, Borough, whipU will meet4ue attention. Price ok the Grounp.York Regents ... 8s. per bushel, 21s. per sack of 3 bushels,American Natives ... 8s. do. 21s. do. do. Sodens Early Oxford 10s. do. 275. do. do. Delivered at Rochester, or the Railway Station, at Is. perbushel extra, including bag and sack. Newington Butts, London, Sept. 21. WARMING. HOT-WATER APPARATUS, with improvedBoilers, requuing no brickwork, and arranged to con-tinue in action from 12 to 16 hours without attention, adaptedfor
RM2AFHKTT. The Gardeners' Chronicle and Agricultural Gazette. , with Post-ofificeorders, payable to John Sangsteb, Borough, whipU will meet4ue attention. Price ok the Grounp.York Regents ... 8s. per bushel, 21s. per sack of 3 bushels,American Natives ... 8s. do. 21s. do. do. Sodens Early Oxford 10s. do. 275. do. do. Delivered at Rochester, or the Railway Station, at Is. perbushel extra, including bag and sack. Newington Butts, London, Sept. 21. WARMING. HOT-WATER APPARATUS, with improvedBoilers, requuing no brickwork, and arranged to con-tinue in action from 12 to 16 hours without attention, adaptedfor
The Gardeners' Chronicle and Agricultural Gazette . Demy %vo, with numerous Alterations, and nearly Four Hundred Illustrations, price 5s. 6d., SCHOOL BOTAN OR, THE RUDIMENTS OF BOTANICAL SCIENCE. Fig. CCXLI. BY JOHN LINDLEY, Ph.D., F.R.S., PEOFESSOE OF BOTANY IN IHE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, LONDON. [SPECiWlEN OF THE WORK.]. ENDOGENS. Egjptian muramies. Its branchedcais are very remarkable. SECALE. Glumes subulate. Spikelets 2-flow-ered, with the rudiment of a thirdflower in the middle. Otherwise like Triticum.1. S. OereaU (Rye). Glumes shorterthan the spikelet. Rachis tough. Fields. The grain of t
RM2AJ9T03The Gardeners' Chronicle and Agricultural Gazette . Demy %vo, with numerous Alterations, and nearly Four Hundred Illustrations, price 5s. 6d., SCHOOL BOTAN OR, THE RUDIMENTS OF BOTANICAL SCIENCE. Fig. CCXLI. BY JOHN LINDLEY, Ph.D., F.R.S., PEOFESSOE OF BOTANY IN IHE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, LONDON. [SPECiWlEN OF THE WORK.]. ENDOGENS. Egjptian muramies. Its branchedcais are very remarkable. SECALE. Glumes subulate. Spikelets 2-flow-ered, with the rudiment of a thirdflower in the middle. Otherwise like Triticum.1. S. OereaU (Rye). Glumes shorterthan the spikelet. Rachis tough. Fields. The grain of t
. The Gardeners' Chronicle and Agricultural Gazette. ages cannotbe obtained. The satisfactory testimonials received frompersons who tried the Celery Sockets last season warrants theAdvertiser in hoping that they will be in use iu every gardenwhere a good and clean article is valued. Particulars can behad by inclosing three postage stamps to Mr. John Rob£ET3j34, Ea-itcheap. London. GREENHOUSE AND CONSERVATORY BUILDING ESTA-BLISHMtiNT, nOT-WATER APPARATUS MANUFAC-TORY, KENS ALL-GREEN, HARROW-ROAD, LONDON.JOHN Taylor begs most respectfully to call theattention of the Nobility, Gentry, and Gardene
RM2AFJ362. The Gardeners' Chronicle and Agricultural Gazette. ages cannotbe obtained. The satisfactory testimonials received frompersons who tried the Celery Sockets last season warrants theAdvertiser in hoping that they will be in use iu every gardenwhere a good and clean article is valued. Particulars can behad by inclosing three postage stamps to Mr. John Rob£ET3j34, Ea-itcheap. London. GREENHOUSE AND CONSERVATORY BUILDING ESTA-BLISHMtiNT, nOT-WATER APPARATUS MANUFAC-TORY, KENS ALL-GREEN, HARROW-ROAD, LONDON.JOHN Taylor begs most respectfully to call theattention of the Nobility, Gentry, and Gardene
The Gardeners' Chronicle and Agricultural Gazette . ers), Marginata, Sangui-neria. King John (Halleys), Augusta (Rickhard*s), Oxonian(Days), Kentish Bride (Eppss), Utto.eter Kival (Rogerss),Sidmouthii (Bartletts), Colossus (Standishs), Princess Alice(Bunneys), Norfolk Hero (Barkways), pjjncess Sophia (Mar-nocks), Queen Victoria (Youells), for I5s.; also 12 distinctVerbenas for 3s. Gd.; 12 extra good, new varieties, such as BlueQueen, Zeuxis, Beauty Supreme, Elegance, Orange Perfection,Poolii, Modesty, Variabihs, Monarch, Brilliant, Array, Excelsa,Striata, Delicata, Defiance, Tresor Parfait, A
RM2AJB95DThe Gardeners' Chronicle and Agricultural Gazette . ers), Marginata, Sangui-neria. King John (Halleys), Augusta (Rickhard*s), Oxonian(Days), Kentish Bride (Eppss), Utto.eter Kival (Rogerss),Sidmouthii (Bartletts), Colossus (Standishs), Princess Alice(Bunneys), Norfolk Hero (Barkways), pjjncess Sophia (Mar-nocks), Queen Victoria (Youells), for I5s.; also 12 distinctVerbenas for 3s. Gd.; 12 extra good, new varieties, such as BlueQueen, Zeuxis, Beauty Supreme, Elegance, Orange Perfection,Poolii, Modesty, Variabihs, Monarch, Brilliant, Array, Excelsa,Striata, Delicata, Defiance, Tresor Parfait, A