London: Printed for Bernard Lintott, between the Temple Gates in Fleet Street, 1717. Two works bound as one. Octavo, 84 & , 115,  pages. Fifth and Second editions, respectively. The "first original eighteenth century English treatise on gardening" [Henrey, p. 415], together with its companion, The Gentleman's Recreation. In 1718, following the printing of this volume, a third work was added, The Fruit-garden Kalendar... in order to make his.....
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Boston / New York: Joseph Breck and Co. / G.C. Thorburn, 1837. Duodecimo, xii, 278 pages. Illustrated. Index. Second American, from the sixth London edition. Pages show evidence of having been dog-eared, age-toned throughout, in original green ribbon-cloth binding. Binding soiled, and morocco spine label chipped. Good.