Dézallier D'Argenville, Antoine Joseph; LeBlond, Alexandre [Editor]
The Theory And Practice Of Gardening: Wherein is fully handled All that relates to Fine Gardens, Commonly Called Pleasure-Gardens ... — London, 1728

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Things contained in this Volume.

A.

ACacia, its Form and its
Merit, 169

Alaternus, its Leaves, its
Wood, 173. How it muffc
be railed. 216

'Aider, its Wood and its Ufe,

170

Althea Frutex, or Mallows
Royal, its Wood, its Leaves,
its Flower and its Ufe, 221

'Amaranthus, its Seed, 250.
How it is to be railed, ibid.
Its proper Seafbn, 263

Ambrette, or Holy-thiftle, a
Flower, 251, 263

Amomum, its Wood, its
Leaves, its Fruit and Seed,

222

Anemones fingle and tufted,
256. How they are kept
out of Ground, ibid. Of
their Seed, 257. Their

place in a Garden, 260.
Their Sealbn, 262, 264

Anthirinum, or Snap-dragon,
a Flower, 265

Ants, feveral ways of de-
fraying them, 205

Aqueducts, 272. Different
ways of carrying Water in
them, 273, and following.

Arbors, or Porticos, 86, 87

Artificial Arbors, 87. Natu-
ral Arbors, 90. Their Com-
pofition, 87. Wherein they
differ from a Cabinet, ibid.
The Ufe of Arbors, 87, 88.
Examples of feveral Arbors
of Trellis or Lattice-work,
88, and following.

Arcades, Hedges cut into Ar-

187
80

cades,

Ajcents of Turf,
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