The theory and practice of gardening :
wherein is fully handled all that relates to fine gardens, ... containing several plans, and general dispositions of gardens, ... By Le Sieur Alexander Le Blond [or rather Dézallier d' Argenville]. Done [from the French] from the late edition printed at Paris, by John James of Greenwich. The second edition. With very large additions, and a new treatise of flowers and orange-trees.
|Main Creator:||Dézallier d'Argenville, A.-J. (Antoine-Joseph), 1680-1765.|
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London : printed for Bernard Lintot, 1728.
In fact by Antoine Joseph Dézallier d'Argenville; Le Blond had no other part in the work than that of providing most of the drawings for the plates (Henrey).
Titlepage in red and black.
Pp.257-299 misnumbered 255-297 - The ornaments are those used by Henry Woodfall.
Physical description: vii,,297[i.e.299],p.,plates : ill., maps ; 4to
Citations/References: Henrey, 950
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