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  1. New principles of gardening, or, The laying out and planting parterres, groves, wildernesses, labyrinths, avenues, parks, &c. : after a more grand and rural manner, than has been done before with experimental directions for raising the several kinds of fruit-trees, forest-trees, ever-greens and flowering-shrubs with which gardens are adorn'd. To which is added, the various names, descriptions, temperatures, medicinal virtues, uses and cultivations of several roots, pulse, herbs, &c. of the kitchen and physick gardens, that are absolutely necessary for the service of families in general. Illustrated with great variety of grand designs, curiously engraven on twenty-eight folio plates, by the best hands /
    By: Langley, Batty, - A. Bettesworth and J. Batley (Firm).
    Publication info: London :Printed for A. Bettesworth and J. Batley [and 4 others],1728.
    Holding Institution: Missouri Botanical Garden, Peter H. Raven Library
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  2. Pomona, or, The fruit-garden illustrated : containing sure methods for improving all the best kinds of fruits now extant in England. Calculated from great variety of experiments made in all kinds of soils and aspects. Wherein the manner of raising young stocks, grafting, inoculating, planting, &c. are clearly and fully demonstrated ... Likewise several practical observations on the imbibing power and perspirations of fruit-trees; the several effects of heat and moisture tending to the growth and maturity of fruits. To which is added, a curious account of the most valuable cyder-fruits of Devonshire. The whole illustrated with above three hundred drawings of the several fruits, curiously engraven on seventy-nine large folio plates /
    By: Langley, Batty, - Gucht, Michael van der, - Strahan, George..
    Publication info: London :Printed for G. Strahan [and 4 others],1729.
    Holding Institution: Missouri Botanical Garden, Peter H. Raven Library
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  3. A sure method of improving estates, by plantations of oak, elm, ash, beech, and other timber-trees, coppice-woods, &c. : wherein is demonstrated the necessity and advantages thereof : their manner of raising, cultivating, felling, &c. in all kinds of soils, whereby estates may be greatly improv'd : offered to the consideration of the nobility and gentry of Great-Britain /
    By: Langley, Batty,
    Publication info: London :Printed for Francis Clay ... and Daniel Browne ...,1728.
    Holding Institution: Research Library, The Getty Research Institute (archive.org)
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