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Loudon's (J. C.) Encyclopædia of Agriculture; comprising the Theory and Practice of the Management of Landed Property, and the Cultivation and Economy of Animal and Vegetable Productions. 8vo. London, 1825.

Potts' (Th.) British Farmer's Cyclopædia; or, Dictionary of Modern Husbandry. 4to. London, 1808.

Amos's (W.) Minutes of Agriculture and Planting, illustrated with Specimens of natural Grasses, &c. 4to. 4to. Boston, 1810. Anderson's (James) Recreations in Agriculture, Natural History, &c. 6 vols. 8vo. London, 1799-1802.

Bligh's (Walter) English Improver improved; or, the Survey of Husbandry surveyed. 4to. frontispiece. London, 1653.

Darwin's (Eras.) Phytologia; or, the Philosophy of Agriculture and Gardening; with the Theory of Draining Mosses. 4to. London, 1800.

(Civil Architecture.)

Dugdale's Imbanking and Draining.
Loudon (John) on the forming, improving, and managing of Country
Residences, so as to combine architectural fitness with picturesque
effect. 2 vols. 4to. London, 1806.

Martyn's (Th.) Flora Rustica; exhibiting Figures of such Plants as are either useful or injurious in Husbandry, drawn and engraved by T. Nodder. 4 vols. in 2, 8vo. coloured Plates. London, 1792–94. Price (Uvedale) on the Picturesque for improving real Landscape. (Painting.)

Stilling fleet's (Benj.) Observations on Grasses. (Works, Vol. II.) Tusser's (Thos.) Five Hundred Points of Good Husbandry, together

with a Book of Huswifery; being a Calendar of rural and domestic Economy for every month in the year, and exhibiting a Picture of the Agriculture, Customs, and Manners of England in the XVIth Century; with Notes georgical, illustrative, and explanatory, a Glossary, and other improvements, by William Mavor. Large paper, 4to. Lond. 1812.

Agricultural Surveys, drawn up by order of the Board of Agriculture, videl.:

Bedfordshire, by Thos. Batchelor. 8vo. London, 1808.
Berkshire, by W. Mavor. 8vo. London, 1809.
Buckinghamshire, by St. John Priest.
Cambridgeshire, by W. Gooch. 8vo.


8vo. London, 1810.
London, 1811.

Cheshire, by Henry Holland. 8vo.
8vo. London, 1808.
Devonshire, by Charles Vancouver. 8vo. London, 1808.
Durham, by John Bailey. 8vo. London, 1810.

Essex, by the Secretary to the Board. 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1807.
Gloucester, by Thos. Rudge. 8vo. London, 1807.

Hampshire, including the Isle of Wight, by Charles Vancouver.
8vo. London, 1810.

Hereford, by John Duncumb. 8vo. London, 1805.
Hertfordshire, by the Secretary. 8vo. London, 1804.
Huntingdonshire, by R. Parkinson. 8vo. London, 1811.
Kent, by John Boys. 8vo. London, 1805.

Leicester, by Wm. Pitt. て 8vo. London, 1809.

Rutland, by R. Parkinson.)


Lincolnshire, by the Secretary. 8vo. London, 1808.
Middlesex, by John Middleton. 8vo. London, 1807.
Norfolk, by the Secretary. 8vo. London, 1804.
Norfolk, by N. Kent. 8vo. London, 1796.
Northampton, by W. Pitt. 8vo. London, 1809.
Northumberland, by J. Barley and G. Culley. 8vo.
Nottingham, by R. Lowe. 8vo. London, 1798.
Oxfordshire, by the Secretary. 8vo. London, 1809.
Shropshire, by Jos. Plymley.
London, 1803.
Somerset, by John Billingsley. London, 1798.
Staffordshire, by W. Pitt.
London, 1808.
Suffolk, by the Secretary.
London, 1804.
Surrey, by W. Stevenson.
Sussex, by Arth. Young. 8vo.
Wiltshire, by Thos. Davies. 8vo. London, 1811.
Worcester, by W. Pitt. 8vo. London, 1819.
Yorkshire (West Riding), by Robt. Brown. 8vo. London, 1799.
Yorkshire (North Riding), by John Tuke. 8vo. London, 1800.
North Wales, by Walter Davies. 8vo. London, 1810.
Argyle, by John Smith. 8vo. London, 1805.
Berwickshire, by Robt. Kerr. 8vo. London, 1809.
Clydesdale, by John Naismith. 8vo. London, 1806.
Galloway, by S. Smith. 8vo.
8vo. London, 1810.
Inverness-shire, by James Robertson. 8vo. London, 1808.
Kincardineshire, or the Mearns, by Geo. Robertson. 8vo. Lond.

London, 1809.
London, 1808.





Lond. 1805.

East Lothian, by Robt. Somerville. 8vo. London, 1805.

Nairn and Moray, by Wm. Leslie.

8vo. London, 1811.

Ross and Cromarty, by Sir Geo. Steuart Mackenzie. 8vo. Lond.


Roxburgh and Selkirk, by Robt. Douglas. 8vo. Lond. 1798.

[Aikin's (John)] Woodland Companion; or, a Brief Description of British Trees, with some account of their uses. 8vo. Lond. 1802. Boutcher's (Wm.) Treatise on Forest-trees, their Culture, Transplanting, &c. 4to. Edinburgh, 1775.

Evelyn's Silva. (Botany.)

Pontey's (Wm.) Profitable Planter: a Treatise on the Theory and Practice of Planting Forest-trees. 8vo. London, 1809.

Pontey's (W.) Forest Pruner; or, Timber-Owner's Assistant: a Treatise on the Training and Management of Timber-trees. 8vo. London, 1810.

Steuart's (Sir Henry) Planter's Guide; or, a Practical Essay on the best Method of giving immediate effect to Wood, by the removal of large trees and underwood, interspersed with Observations on general Planting, and the improvement of real Landscape. 8vo. Edin. 1820.

Loudon's (J. C.) Encyclopædia of Gardening; comprising the Theory and Practice of Horticulture, Floriculture, Arboriculture, and Landscape Gardening, including all the latest Improvements, a general History of Gardening in all Countries, and a statistical view of its present state; with Suggestions for its future Progress in the British Isles. 8vo. London, 1822.

Browne's (Sir T.) Garden of Cyrus; or, the Quincuncial Plantations of the Ancients considered. (Works.)

Evelyn's (John) Kalendarium Hortense; or, the Gard'ner's Almanack, directing what he is to do monthly throughout the year, and what Fruits and Flowers are in prime. (Misc. Works.)

Evelyn's (J.) Acetaria, a Discourse of Sallets. (Misc. Works.) Forsyth's (William) Treatise on the Culture and Management of Fruittrees. 8vo. London, 1824.

Horticultural Society of London's Transactions. First series. 7 vols. 4to. London, 1815-30.

Locke (John) on the Culture of Vines and Olives, the Preservation of Fruit, &c. (Works.)

Loudon's (J. C.) Gardener's Magazine. London, 1826, &c.

Mawe and Abercrombie's Gardener's Calendar. 12mo. Lond. 1829. Phillips's (Henry) History of Cultivated Vegetables; comprising their botanical, medicinal, edible, and chemical Qualities, Natural History and relation to Art, Science, and Commerce. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1822.

Repton (H.) on the Theory and Practice of Landscape Gardening. 4to. London, 1805.

Temple's (Sir W.) Essay on Gardening. (Works, Vol. III.)

Walpole (Horatio) on Modern Gardening. (Orford's Works, Vol. II.) Topography of all known Vineyards; containing a Description of the Kind and Quality of their Products, and a Classification. 12mo. London, 1824.

Domestic Economy.

Dods's (M.) Cook and Housewife's Manual. 12mo. Edinb. 1829.
Pegges' Forme of Cury. (English Misc. Antiq.)

Warner's Antiquitates Culinariæ. (English Misc. Antiq.)
Ude's (L. E.) French Cook. 8vo. London, 1827.

Jarrin's (G. A.) Italian Confectioner, or complete Economy of Desserts, containing the Elements of the Art. 8vo. London, 1827.

[Henderson's (Alex.)] History of Ancient and Modern Wines, &c. Large paper. London, 1824.


Locke (John) on the Production of Silk. (Works, Vol. X.)

Kæmpfer's Account of Japanese Paper Manufactories. (History of Japan, Vol. II.)

Schäffer's (Ja. Ch.) Samtliche Papierversuche; nebst 81 Mustern, und 13 illumeverten Thiels schwazen Kupfertafeln. 6 vols. in 2, square 12mo. fine paper. Regensberg, 1772.

The 81 Mustern are so many various specimens of differently manufactured


SECT. IV. GYMNASTIC AND RECREATIVE ARTS. West's (Gilbert) Dissertation on the Olympick Games. (Pindar.) Strutt's (Joseph) Sports and Pastimes of the People of England. (Eng. Miscellaneous Antiquities.)

Ascham's (Ro.) Toxophilus; the School, or Partitions of Shooting [with the Bow]. (Works.)

Wood (W.), The Bowman's Glory; or, Archery revived. 8vo. Lond.


King Charles II.'s copy, with his initials, &c. on the side.

[Markham's (Gervase)] Cavalrice; or, the English Horseman, containing all the Art of Horsemanship, as much as is necessary for any man to understand, whether he be Breeder, Rider, Hunter, Farrier, &c. 4to. London, 1607.

Clater's (F.) Every Man his own Farrier. 8vo. London, 1811. Middleton's (Chr.) Short Introduction for to learne to Swimme, gathered

out of Master Digbie's Booke of the Art of Swimming, and translated into English. 4to. Cuts. London, by James Roberts, 1595.

Parkyns (Sir Th.), The Inn-play, or Cornish-hugg Wrestler, digested in a Method which teacheth to break all Holds, and throw most Falls mathematically. 4to. Nottingham, 1714.

[Weaver's (John)] Essay towards a History of Dancing. Small 8vo. London, 1712.

Rei Accipitariæ Scriptores; accessit Liber de Curâ Canum. (Classics.)
Barnes' (Juliana) Book; containing the Treatises of Hawking, Hunting,
Coat-armour, Fishing, and Blasing of Arms, as printed at West-
minster by W. de Worde, M.CCCC.LXXXXVI. [Edited verbatim et
literatim, with biographical and bibliographical Notices, by Joseph
Haslewood.] Black letter. Small folio. London, 1810.
Beckford's (Peter) Thoughts on Hunting. 8vo. London, 1796.
Daniel's (W. B.) Rural Sports. 2 vols. 4to. large paper, coloured
Plates. London, 1801–2.

Lloyd's (L.) Field Sports of the North of Europe; comprised in a personal Narrative of a Residence in Sweden and Norway. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1830.

Osbaldiston's (W. A.) British Sportsman. 4to. London, [1792].
Oppian de Piscatu et de Venatione. (Classics.)

Ex offi.

Vlitii (Jani) Venatio Novantiqua. 24mo. [Lugd. Bat.]

Elzev. 1645.

Williamson's (Capt. Th.) Oriental Field Sports; or, Wild Sports of the East. Oblong folio. Designs by S. Howett, coloured Plates. London, 1807.

Williamson's (Capt. T.) Oriental Field Sports. 3 vols. 4to. Designs

by S. Howett. London, 1808.

Campbell's (James) Treatise on Modern Faulconry; with an Introduction, shewing the Practice of Faulconry in remote Times. 8vo. Dublin,

Latham's (Symon) Falconry; or, the Falcon's Lure and Cure. Both parts in one volume. 4to. London, 1633.

Willughby's (Francis) Art of Fowling, ordering of Singing Birds, and of Falconry. (Ornithology.)

[Davy's (Sir Humphry)] Salmonia; or, Days of Fly-fishing.

In a

series of conversations. With some account of the habits of Fishes belonging to the Genus Salmo. 12mo. London, 1829. Walton's (Isaac) Complete Angler; or, Contemplative Man's Recreation; being a Discourse on Fishing, &c. edited by Sir J. Hawkins. London, 1808.


[Christie (James)], An Inquiry into the ancient Greek Game [IISTEIX] supposed to have been invented by Palamedes, antecedent to the Siege of Troy; with reasons for believing the same to have been known from remote antiquity in China, and progressively improved into the Chinese, Indian, Persian, and European Chess: also two Dissertations on the Athenian Skirophoria, and on the Mystical Meaning of the Bough and Umbrella in the Skiran Rites. 4to. London, 1801.

Mandragorias, seu Historia Shahiludii, viz. ejusdem Origo, Antiquitas, Ususque per totum Orientem celeberrimus. Accedunt de eodem Rabbi Abr. Aben-Ezræ Poëma; R. Bonsenior Abben-Jachia Oratio; Liber Delicia Regum per innominatum, Heb. et Lat. Historia Nerdiludii, hoc est dicere Trunculorum, cum quibusdam aliis Arabum, Persarum, Indorum, Chinensium, et aliarum Gentium Ludis. Congessit Thomas Hyde. 3 vols. in 1, small 8vo. Oxonii, 1694.

18mo. Lond. 1673.

Barbier (Jo.) The famous Game of Chesse Play.
Kenny's (W. S.) Practical Chess Grammar. 4to. London, 1817.
Studies of Chess; containing Caissa, a Poem by Sir W. Jones; a Sys-

tematic Introduction to the Game; and the whole Analysis of Chess, composed by A. D. Philidor, with original critical Remarks. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1803.

[Twiss (Richard)], Chess; [a Compilation of all the Anecdotes and Quotations that could be found relative to the Game, with an Account of the Books published on it.] 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1787.

Vida (M. H.) Scacchia Ludus; the Game of Chess, with poetical Translation by A. Murphy. (Murphy's Works, Vol. VII.)

Singer's (S. W.) Researches into the History of Playing Cards; with Illustrations of the Origin and Progress of Engraving on Wood. 4to. London, 1816.

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