Cowley's history of plants, a poem in six books: with Rapin's Disposition of gardens, a poem in four books: translated from the Latin; the former by . and others; the latter by James Gardiner.
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Título: Cowley's history of plants, a poem in six ...
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Half-title: 'Plants, and gardens'. 'Rapin, of gardens; a Latin poem, in four books, translated by James Gardiner. The third edition, revised and finished' has a separate titlepage; pagination and register are continuous.
London : printed, and sold by J. Smeeton; also sold by J. Mathews; Messrs. Scatcherd and Whitaker; and B. Crosby, 1795. xxii,,343,p. ; 12°
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