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  1. Contributions to horticultural literature; being a selection of articles written for gardening periodicals, and papers read before various societies, from 1843 to 1892. By William Paul.
    By: Paul, William,
    Publication info: Waltham Cross, Herts :W. Paul & Son,1892.
    Contributed by: University of British Columbia Library (archive.org)
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  2. Contributions to horticultural literature; being a selection of articles written for gardening periodicals, and papers read before various societies from 1843 to 1892. In three parts.
    By: Paul, William,
    Publication info: Waltham Cross, Herts.,W. Paul & Son,1892.
    Contributed by: University of California Libraries (archive.org)
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  3. The rose garden : in two divisions : Division I. Embracing the history of the rose, the formation of the rosarium, and a detailed account of the various practices adopted in the successful cultivation of this popular flower; illustrated with numerous engravings on wood. Division II. Containing an arrangement, in natural groups, of the most esteemed varieties of roses recognized and cultivated in the various rose gardens, English and foreign; with full descriptions and remarks on their origin and mode of culture /
    By: Paul, William,
    Edition: 8th ed.
    Publication info: London :Kent,1881.
    Contributed by: University Library, University of Illinois Urbana Champaign
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  4. The rose garden, in two divisions : Division I. Embracing the history of the poetry of the rose, the formation of the rosarium, and a detailed account of the various practices adopted in the successful cultivation of this popular flower : Division II. Containing an arragement, in natural groups, of the most esteemed varieties of roses recognized and cultivated in the various rose gardens, English and foreign; with full description and remarks on their origin and mode of culture /
    By: Paul, William,
    Publication info: London :Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & co.,1903.
    Contributed by: University of California Libraries (archive.org)
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  5. The rose garden. In two divisions. Division 1. Embracing the history of the rose, the formation of the rosarium, and a detailed account of the various practices adopted in the successful cultivation of this popular flower:...Division II. Containing an arrangement, in natural groups, of the most esteemed varieties ... with full descriptions and remarks on their origin and mode of culture,
    By: Paul, William,
    Publication info: London,Sherwood, Gilbert & Piper,1848.
    Contributed by: The LuEsther T Mertz Library, The New York Botanical Garden
    BHL Collections: New York Botanical Garden
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