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Page 1 - Le Blond. Theory of Gardening. Another Copy of the Second Edition. Ordinary Paper. 4to, original calf, gilt. Fine Copy. London, 1728. £5 10s 846 Le Brocq (Rev. Philip). A Description, with Notes, of certain Methods of Planting, Training, and Managing all kinds of Fruit-Trees, Vines, &c., for which His Majesty's Letters Patent have been granted to the Rev. Philip Le Brocq., MA 43 pp., 8vo, unbound. London, Printed for the Author, 1786. 10s 6d 847 Rea (John). Flora: seu, De Florum Cultura.