The Book of Garden Furniture

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J. Lane, 1903 - Architecture, Domestic - 100 pages
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Page 103 - The Compleat Angler. By IZAAK WALTON and CHARLES COTTON. Edited, with an Introduction, by RICHARD LE GALLIENNE. With Photogravure Portraits of Walton and Cotton, and over 250 Illustrations and Cover designed by EDMUND H. NEW. Fcap. 410. Price 155. net. " A delightful edition, charmingly illustrated." (Punch.) "Of Mr Edmund H. New's illustrations we cannot speak too highly. We have never seen better.
Page 101 - XI. THE BOOK OF PEARS AND PLUMS. By the Rev. E. BARTRUM, DD XII.
Page 103 - The most delightful form that can be imagined. The attraction lies chiefly in finding the masterpiece so admirably illustrated by Mr Edmund H. New. In black and white line work of this class he has no equal.
Page 104 - No. i, Dairy Cake for Milk Production ; No. a, Feeding Cake for Young Stock ; No. 3, Fatting Cake for Rapid Fattening ; No. 4, Store Cake for Summer Feed. " One & All " Linseed and Decorticated Cotton Cakes.
Page 103 - Lane's book is worthy of a place on the shelves of any sporting library." (Outlook.) " A most interesting, indeed, an entirely fascinating book.
Page 102 - THE TRAMP'S HANDBOOK. By HARRY ROBERTS. With over fifty illustrations by WALTER PASCOE. A volume containing much valuable advice to the amateur gipsy, traveller, or cyclist, as to camping-out, cooking, &c.
Page 103 - A delightful edition, charmingly illustrated." {.Punch.) "Of Mr Edmund H. New's illustrations we cannot speak too highly. We have never seen better." (Spectator.) " One of the best editions ; one, we cannot help thinking, that Walton himself would have preferred.
Page 101 - FLOWERS. By HARRY ROBERTS. V. THE BOOK OF BULBS. By S. ARNOTT, FRHS VI. THE BOOK OF THE APPLE. By HH THOMAS. VII. THE BOOK OF VEGETABLES. By GEORGE WYTHES, VMH VIII.
Page 63 - Th' united constanter, and sided The more, the more their foes divided. For though outnumber'd, overthrown, And by the fate of war run down, Their duty never was defeated, Nor from their oaths and faith retreated : For loyalty is still the same Whether it win or lose the game ; True as the dial to the sun, Although it be not shin'd upon.
Page 101 - XVIII. THE BOOK OF TOPIARY. By CHARLES H. CURTIS and W. GIBSON. XIX. THE BOOK OF TOWN AND WINDOW GARDENING. By Mrs FA BARDSWELL. XX. THE BOOK OF RARER VEGETABLES. By GEORGE WYTHES, VMH and HARRY ROBERTS. XXI. THE BOOK OF THE IRIS. XXII. THE BOOK OF GARDEN FURNITURE.

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