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LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS TO VOL. I.
A Common Sense reforming Gardener, . 135
A Fellow of the Horticultural Society, - 146
Fact*, ... ;ji'J
Agardh, Professor, of Lund, Sweden, - 446
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-
housie Castle, N.B., - - 251
Baincs, E. M., ksq-» Surgeon, Hendon, - 273
the Cape, - - - 363.473
Braddick, John, Esq. F.H.S. of Boughton
Mount, Kent, - . 33. 144.249
Burges, Mr. James, Coffleet, Devonshire, 389
C. of Boom. - 445
D. B. 454
Dingwall, Miss Ann, - - 153
Donald, Mr. H,. of Woking Nursery, 268. 407
Hose Park, Edinhurgh, . . }gl
Dutton, Hely, Esq., Landscape Gardener,
Mount Bellow, Castle Blakeney, Ireland, 35S
Forbes, Mr., Gardener to His Grnce the
Duke of Bedford, at Wohurn Ahbey, 94
G. D. 468
G. P. - - - - 466
G. R, Gardener, Champion Hill, Surrey, 278
G.S. - - - 338
Gordon, James. Esq. Forcett, near Ho-
hart's Town, Van Diemen's Land, - 207
Garden, Perthshire, - 44
Gray, Mr. Henry, Gardener, Camherwell, 150
Islington, - 346
Grierson, William, Esq. Secretary to the
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
J. H. L E«q., - - - 453
Ignoramus, Suhurhs of York, . . 470
Johnston, Mr. Andrew, Journeyman Gar-
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
Duke of Devonshire, at Chiswick, - 89
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
Stoke Newington, - 153
Ham, Surrey, - 152
Morris, Richard, Esq , F.LS. of London, 116
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,
Rollison, Mess , Nurserymen,Tooting, 88. 366
Salishury, R A., Esq., F.RS. L.S. H.S.,
&c, - - - - 43. 122
Saul, Mr. Matthias, of Lancaster, 152. 211. 2i17.
347. 431. 451
Jersey, - - - 87
Saunders, Mr.H.,Gardener, Kitley,Devon. 2iv3
Seymour, Mr. William, Gardener, Wed-
diugton, .... 128
Shennan, Mr. William Johnston, Gar-
How, Chelsea, - - .101
Slock, Daniel, Esq., Bungay, Suffolk, . 358
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
W. B. of Stirlingshire, - - 453
W. R G., West Riding, Yorkshire, - 471
Harris, Ksq. Radford, Plyrostock,Devon. 471
Lewi »h am, - - 336
Wilmot, Mr. John, F.H.S., Ishnrorth 386