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The theory and practice of gardening: wherein is fully handled all that relates to fine gardens, commonly called pleasure-gardens, as parterres, groves, bowling-greens &c. ... Together with remarks and general rules in all that concerns the art of gardening. Done from the French original, printed at Paris, anno 1709. By John James

Title

The theory and practice of gardening: wherein is fully handled all that relates to fine gardens, commonly called pleasure-gardens, as parterres, groves, bowling-greens &c. ... Together with remarks and general rules in all that concerns the art of gardening. Done from the French original, printed at Paris, anno 1709. By John James

Creator

Dezallier d'Argentville, Antoine Joseph
Le Blond, Alexandre Jean Baptiste
James, John

Publisher

London: Printed by G. James

Date

1712

Language

English; French

Brief Title

The Theory and Practice of Gardening

Location

Art Special Collections

Call Number

SB461.L44

Physical Description

7 p. l., 218 p., 1 l., [2] p. illus., fold. plates. 26 x 21 cm

Notes

Jefferson owned the 1728 edition of this title

How to Cite

Dezallier d'Argentville, Antoine Joseph, Le Blond, Alexandre Jean Baptiste, and James, John, “The theory and practice of gardening: wherein is fully handled all that relates to fine gardens, commonly called pleasure-gardens, as parterres, groves, bowling-greens &c. ... Together with remarks and general rules in all that concerns the art of gardening. Done from the French original, printed at Paris, anno 1709. By John James,” Jefferson Architecture Collection, accessed May 26, 2019, https://jabc.oberlincollegelibrary.org/items/show/88.