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VOL I.

THE GARDENER'S MAGAZINE,

AND

REGISTER OF RURAL AND DOMESTIC IMPROVEMENT.

COHDCCTED BY

J. C. LOUDON, F. L. S. H. S. &c.

TO BE CONTINUED IN QUARTERLY NUMBERS, Phich Si. 6d.

This work consists of communications relative to the various discoveries, acqnisltions, and improvements, that are constantly making in Gardening, Aghicultl'rh, and Botany. It also includes a Rkvisw of British and Fohrign Publications on these suhjects, exhihiting the essence of all they contain on Horticulture and Agriculture, aud a part of the work Is devoted to AnvRRnsBMRNTS of Books, and other ohjects and articles connected with Rural Afpaihs. *•* Commnnlcations (post-paid) may he addressed to the Conductor, at the puhlishers. No. V. will appear on the First of January, 1827.

PRINTED FOR LONGMAN, REES, ORME, BROWN, AND GB.EEN, LONDON.

PREFACE.

The first volume of the Gardener's Magazine being completed, the purchasers of it will naturally, and very properly, compare its contents with the plan and promises held forth in the Prospectus. We invite them to do so. This may appear presumption or vanity: it would be so, were we not indebted to our contributors for having been enabled to carry into execution that plan and those promises. That our contributors are neither few nor unknown, that they are well qualified to be of essential service to the cause in which we are embarked, the list of them subjoined will amply testify.

We had two grave objects in view ; — to disseminate new and important information on all topics connected with horticulture, and to raise the intellect and the character of those engaged in this art. That these objects have been furthered even during the short period of this Magazine's existence, we cannot doubt, when we consider the number of subjects treated of in original articles, the quantity of valuable matter condensed in the reviews, the great variety of miscellaneous intelligence, foreign and domestic, and even the implements, new fruits, addresses of garden artists and artisans, titles of books on gardening, and rural subjects, recorded in the advertising department. A number of the books from which information is drawn are in foreign languages; and others, from their prices, out of the reach of most readers, and especially of those readers to whom their use would be the greatest.

As the object of the Gardener's Magazine is the dissemination of useful knowledge; its subjects inexhaustible as the vegetable kingdom, and among the most interesting that concern domestic life; its plan calculated to procure information from every possible source at home or abroad; its contributors belonging to every department of gardening and botany; and its conductor devoted to the subject, from inclination no less than interest, its readers may reasonably expect it to improve as it advances. At all events, they may rely that no exertion will be wanting on the part of its conductor to render'it of real service to gardening and gardeners, and worthy a continuation of that encouragement which it has received. J. C. L.

Baysviater, London, SejH. 182G.

LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS TO VOL. I.

A Common Sense reforming Gardener, . 135
A Constant Header, - - .378
A Correspondent, - . 1GS

A Fellow of the Horticultural Society, - 146
A Friend to Discussion, - . - 395

Fact*, ... ;ji'J

Agardh, Professor, of Lund, Sweden, - 446
A Middle-aged Gardener, » - 463

An Amateur, - - - 15

— of Sussex, - - 453

Anderson, Mr. John, F.H.S., Gardener

to the Earl of Essex, at Cashiohury, 353 , Mr. William, F.LS. H.S. Cu-
rator of the Botanic Garden, Chelsea, 384
Anonymous Contrihutor, - . 105
Archibald, Mr. Joseph, C.M.H.& of Dal-

housie Castle, N.B., - - 251

Baincs, E. M., ksq-» Surgeon, Hendon, - 273
Balfour, Mr. William, Gardener, Howick, 274
Pishop, Mr. David, New Scone. Perthsh. 126
Bowie, Mr. James, Botanical Collector at

the Cape, - - - 363.473

Braddick, John, Esq. F.H.S. of Boughton

Mount, Kent, - . 33. 144.249
Buchan, Mr. William, F.H.S., Gardener
to Lord Bagot, Blith field, near Liteh-
field, 875

Burges, Mr. James, Coffleet, Devonshire, 389
Burnard, J.P. Esq., Eden Grove, Holloway 141

C. of Boom. - 445
Collyns, William, Esq. Kenton, Devon., 44)1

D. B. 454

Dingwall, Miss Ann, - - 153

Donald, Mr. H,. of Woking Nursery, 268. 407
Duff, Mr., C.M.H.S., Eton Hall, . 128.151
Dunhar, Professor George, F.H.S.E., &c .

Hose Park, Edinhurgh, . . }gl

Dutton, Hely, Esq., Landscape Gardener,

Mount Bellow, Castle Blakeney, Ireland, 35S
Felton, T. Esq. - - -469

Forbes, Mr., Gardener to His Grnce the

Duke of Bedford, at Wohurn Ahbey, 94
Fraser, Mr. J., Dartfield, Loughrea, 26. 261
Fulton. Mr. George, Gardener to Lord
Northwick, North wick Park, near More,
ton-in-the-Marsh, Gloucestershire, - 399

G. D. 468

G. P. - - - - 466

G. R, Gardener, Champion Hill, Surrey, 278
G. R G. - - - - 410

G.S. - - - 338

Gordon, James. Esq. Forcett, near Ho-

hart's Town, Van Diemen's Land, - 207
Gorrie, Mr. Archihald, C.H.S. of Annat

Garden, Perthshire, - 44

Gray, Mr. Henry, Gardener, Camherwell, 150
Greig, John, Esq. Upper Paradise House,

Islington, - 346

Grierson, William, Esq. Secretary to the
Dumfries and Galloway Horticultural
Society, Dumfries, - - 217. 457

Hall, William, Esq. of Wanhro, Edward's

County, Illinois, - 327

Hamilton, William, Esq. M.D., Fareham

Place, near Plymouth, - - 403

Hirst, Mr. William, Gardener to Joseph

Batho, Esq. Cheshunt, Herts. - . 465
Hoaack, David, M.D. F.K.S. LS. H.S.
&c. Professor of Medicine in the Uni-
versity of the State of New York, and
Presideut of the New York Holt. Soc. 205
Huddlcstone, T. C. Esq. F.H.S. . 388. 470
Ingram, Mr. T., Frogmore, . - 451
J. D. C. S. - - - - 470

J. H. L E«q., - - - 453

Ignoramus, Suhurhs of York, . . 470
J. L. of Warsaw, - . - 326

Johnston, Mr. Andrew, Journeyman Gar-
dener, Shughorough Gard., Stafibrdsh., 407
Kitaiewski, Professor W. P. A. M., War-
saw, 3. 75

Knight Mr. Joseph, F.H.S., Nurseryman,

King's Road, - - - 207

I^achlan, Rohert, Esq. London, - 464

La Gasca, Professor Don Mariano, of the

Univcrsitv of Madrid, - - - 235
Lindsay, Mr , Gardener to His Grace the

Duke of Devonshire, at Chiswick, - 89
Loddiges', Messrs., of Hackney Garden, L>6
Loudon, Mr. James, Gardener, Ham

House, Essex, - - - 452

Lucomhe, Pince, and Co., Nurserymen,

Exeter, - - 453

M'Arthur, Mr. Peter, F. H. S., Grange,

Hampshire, - 105

Macintosh, Sir. Charles, Stratum Park,

Hampshire, - - - 139

MacLaurin, Sir. Thomas, Gardener, Bun-

ny Park, Nottinghamshire, - - 390
MacNaughlon, Mr. Archihald, Hackney, 24
Masters, Mr. T. H., F.H.S., Nurseryman,

Stoke Newington, - 153
Mentor, .... 412
Moore, Mr. William, Gardener at East

Ham, Surrey, - 152

Morris, Richard, Esq , F.LS. of London, 116
Neill, Patrick, Esq., F.LS. C M.H.S., Se-
cretary to the Caledonian Horticultural
Society, Edinhurgh, - 337
Oldacre'Mr. I .ofSpring Grove.F.H.S. 36. 278
Penny, Mr. George, Foreman of the Her-
haceous Department, Tooting Nursery, 465
Petersen, Mr. Jens, of Copenhagen, now

in England, ... 969

Philalethcs, - - - - 211

R A. M. - - - - 472

R P. Esq., Louth, - - - 233

Ra - - - - 472

R W. of London, - - - 405

Reeve, Mr.James.Gardenerto G.F. Evans,
Esq., and Lady Carherry, at Lax ton
Hall, Northamptonshire, - - 402

Rollison, Mess , Nurserymen,Tooting, 88. 366
Rusticus, of Kent, - 153
S. L., near Worcester, - - 464

Salishury, R A., Esq., F.RS. L.S. H.S.,

&c, - - - - 43. 122

Saul, Mr. Matthias, of Lancaster, 152. 211. 2i17.

347. 431. 451
Saunders, Mr. B., Nurseryman, Island of

Jersey, - - - 87

Saunders, Mr.H.,Gardener, Kitley,Devon. 2iv3
Sotisitiva, - - - 41>J

Seymour, Mr. William, Gardener, Wed-

diugton, .... 128

Shennan, Mr. William Johnston, Gar-
dener to Major Morrison, Gunners-
hury House, Middlesex, - - 398
Simson, Mr. James, Gardener, Mussel-
hurgh, KB. - - .29
Sinclair, Mr. George, F.LS. H.S., Nur-
seryman, New Cross Nursery, - 26. 112
Stevenson, William, Esq., of Beaufort

How, Chelsea, - - .101

Slock, Daniel, Esq., Bungay, Suffolk, . 358
Sweet, Mr. Robert, F.LS., of Chelsea, - 31
T. A. of Petershurgh, - - 447

Thompson, Mr. J. Jun., Gardener, Wel-

heck Gardens, - - 466

Thomson, Anthony Todd, Esq., M. D.

F.LS. H.S &c. - - 20. 396

Thomson, Mr. John, Land Surveyor,

London, - - - 16. 118. 280

Tredgold, T., Esq., Engineer, of London, - 37
Verus, of Berwickshire, - - 259

W. B. of Stirlingshire, - - 453

W. R G., West Riding, Yorkshire, - 471
Willis, Mr. Richard, Gardener to John

Harris, Ksq. Radford, Plyrostock,Devon. 471
Willmot, Mr. John, F. H.S ..Nurseryman,

Lewi »h am, - - 336

Wilmot, Mr. John, F.H.S., Ishnrorth 386

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