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  • Michael van der Gucht, "Designs of Groves of a Middle Height," 1712  + (''The Theory and Practice of Gardening: Wherein is fully handled All that relates to Fine Gardens, commonly called Pleasure-Gardens, as Parterres, Groves, Bowling-Greens, &c.'')
  • Batty Langley, The Design of an Elegant Kitchen Garden Contain'g ARP 1.2.20. Including Walks, 1728  + ('New Principles of Gardening, or The laying out and planting parterres, groves, wildernesses, labyrinths, avenues, parks, &c.)
  • John Smith Rubens (artist), J.B. Neagle (engraver), Washington, 1834  + (A System of Universal Geography: Or A Description of All the Parts of the World, On a New Plan, According to the Great Natural Divisions of the Globe; Accompanied With Analytical, Synoptical, And Elementary Tables)
  • Anonymous, "Plan of a Mansion Residence, laid out in the natural style," 1849  + (A Treatise on the Theory and Practice of LA Treatise on the Theory and Practice of Landscape Gardening, Adapted to North America; with a view to the improvement of country residences. Comprising historical notices and general principles of the art, directions for laying out grounds and arranging plantations, the description and cultivation of hardy trees, decorative accompaniments to the house and grounds, the formation of pieces of artificial water, flower gardens, etc.: with remarks on rural architecture, etc.: with remarks on rural architecture)
  • Anonymous, "Plan of the foregoing grounds as a Country Seat, after ten years’ improvement," in A. J. Downing, A Treatise on the Theory and Practice of Landscape Gardening," (1849), 114, fig. 24.  + (A Treatise on the Theory and Practice of LA Treatise on the Theory and Practice of Landscape Gardening, Adapted to North America: With a View to the Improvement of Country Residences. Comprising Historical Notices and General Principles of the Art, Directions for Laying Out Grounds and Arranging Plantations, the Description and Cultivation of Hardy Trees, Decorative Accompaniments to the House and Grounds, the Formation of Pieces of Artificial Water, Flower Gardens, Etc., with Remarks on Rural Architecture' Etc., with Remarks on Rural Architecture')
  • Alexander Jackson Davis, “View in the Grounds at Blithewood," 1849  + (A Treatise on the Theory and Practice of LA Treatise on the Theory and Practice of Landscape Gardening, Adapted to North America: With a View to the Improvement of Country Residences. Comprising Historical Notices and General Principles of the Art, Directions for Laying Out Grounds and Arranging Plantations, the Description and Cultivation of Hardy Trees, Decorative Accompaniments to the House and Grounds, the Formation of Pieces of Artificial Water, Flower Gardens, Etc., with Remarks on Rural Architecture, Etc., with Remarks on Rural Architecture)
  • Anonymous, “Mr. Dunn's Cottage, Mount Holly, N. J.,” in A. J. Downing, 1849  + (A Treatise on the Theory and Practice of LA Treatise on the Theory and Practice of Landscape Gardening, Adapted to North America: With a View to the Improvement of Country Residences. Comprising Historical Notices and General Principles of the Art, Directions for Laying Out Grounds and Arranging Plantations, the Description and Cultivation of Hardy Trees, Decorative Accompaniments to the House and Grounds, the Formation of Pieces of Artificial Water, Flower Gardens, Etc., with Remarks on Rural Architecture, Etc., with Remarks on Rural Architecture)
  • Anonymous, "Villa of Theodore Lyman, Esq., near Boston," 1849  + (A Treatise on the Theory and Practice of LA Treatise on the Theory and Practice of Landscape Gardening, Adapted to North America: With a View to the Improvement of Country Residences. Comprising Historical Notices and General Principles of the Art, Directions for Laying Out Grounds and Arranging Plantations, the Description and Cultivation of Hardy Trees, Decorative Accompaniments to the House and Grounds, the Formation of Pieces of Artificial Water, Flower Gardens, Etc., with Remarks on Rural Architecture, Etc., with Remarks on Rural Architecture)
  • Anonymous, "Residence of Gov. Morehead, North Carolina," 1849  + (A Treatise on the Theory and Practice of LA Treatise on the Theory and Practice of Landscape Gardening, Adapted to North America: With a View to the Improvement of Country Residences. Comprising Historical Notices and General Principles of the Art, Directions for Laying Out Grounds and Arranging Plantations, the Description and Cultivation of Hardy Trees, Decorative Accompaniments to the House and Grounds, the Formation of Pieces of Artificial Water, Flower Gardens, Etc., with Remarks on Rural Architecture, Etc., with Remarks on Rural Architecture)
  • Anonymous, "Tazza Fountain," 1849  + (A Treatise on the Theory and Practice of LA Treatise on the Theory and Practice of Landscape Gardening, Adapted to North America: With a View to the Improvement of Country Residences. Comprising Historical Notices and General Principles of the Art, Directions for Laying Out Grounds and Arranging Plantations, the Description and Cultivation of Hardy Trees, Decorative Accompaniments to the House and Grounds, the Formation of Pieces of Artificial Water, Flower Gardens, Etc., with Remarks on Rural Architecture, Etc., with Remarks on Rural Architecture)
  • Anonymous, "A Gothic vase," 1849  + (A Treatise on the Theory and Practice of LA Treatise on the Theory and Practice of Landscape Gardening, Adapted to North America: With a View to the Improvement of Country Residences. Comprising Historical Notices and General Principles of the Art, Directions for Laying Out Grounds and Arranging Plantations, the Description and Cultivation of Hardy Trees, Decorative Accompaniments to the House and Grounds, the Formation of Pieces of Artificial Water, Flower Gardens, Etc., with Remarks on Rural Architecture, Etc., with Remarks on Rural Architecture)
  • A. J. Downing, "Design for a rustic prospect tower," 1849  + (A Treatise on the Theory and Practice of LA Treatise on the Theory and Practice of Landscape Gardening, Adapted to North America: With a View to the Improvement of Country Residences. Comprising Historical Notices and General Principles of the Art, Directions for Laying Out Grounds and Arranging Plantations, the Description and Cultivation of Hardy Trees, Decorative Accompaniments to the House and Grounds, the Formation of Pieces of Artificial Water, Flower Gardens, Etc., with Remarks on Rural Architecture, Etc., with Remarks on Rural Architecture)
  • Downing, A. J. (Andrew Jackson), 1815-1852  + (A treatise on the theory and practice of landscape gardening, adapted to North America: with a view to improvement of country residences... ; with remarks on rural architecture)
  • Alexander Jackson Davis, View of water with islands (Hyde Park), n.d.  + (Alexander Jackson Davis Sketchbook)
  • Anonymous, “View of Mount Auburn,” 1836  + (American Magazine of Useful and Entertaining Knowledge)
  • Anonymous, "Bloomingdale Asylum for the Insane," in American Magazine of Useful and Entertaining Knowledge 1, no. 1 (September 1834)  + (American Magazine of Useful and Entertaining Knowledge)
  • J. C. Loudon, The botanic flower-garden with a gravel-walk, 1826  + (An encyclopædia of gardening; comprising tAn encyclopædia of gardening; comprising the theory and practice of horticulture, floriculture, arboriculture, and landscape-gardening, including all the latest improvements; a general history of gardening in all countries; and a statistical view of its present state with suggestions for its future progress, in the British Isles. By J.C. Loudon ... Illustrated with many hundred engravings on wood by Branstonany hundred engravings on wood by Branston)
  • J. C. Loudon, The imitation of a lake, 1826  + (An encyclopædia of gardening; comprising tAn encyclopædia of gardening; comprising the theory and practice of horticulture, floriculture, arboriculture, and landscape-gardening, including all the latest improvements; a general history of gardening in all countries; and a statistical view of its present state with suggestions for its future progress, in the British Isles. By J.C. Loudon ... Illustrated with many hundred engravings on wood by Branstonany hundred engravings on wood by Branston)
  • J. C. Loudon, Thicket [detail], 1826  + (An encyclopædia of gardening; comprising tAn encyclopædia of gardening; comprising the theory and practice of horticulture, floriculture, arboriculture, and landscape-gardening, including all the latest improvements; a general history of gardening in all countries; and a statistical view of its present state with suggestions for its future progress, in the British Isles. By J.C. London ... Illustrated with many hundred engravings on wood by Branstonany hundred engravings on wood by Branston)
  • Benjamin Henry Latrobe, Plan of the Camp, Methodist camp meeting at Georgetown, Virginia, August 6, 1809  + (Benjamin  Henry Latrobe  Manuscripts Collection)
  • Jane Colden, A page from her botanical manuscript describing no. 69, “Yellow Lilly with the flowers standing upright” (Lilium philadelphicum), c. 1750s  + (Botanic Manuscript of Jane Colden 1724–1766)
  • C. Foster, "Western Baptist Theological Institute, at Covington KY, opposite Cincinnati, Ohio," 1841  + (Cincinnati in 1841: Its Early Annals and Future Prospects)
  • James Trenchard after Charles Willson Peale, "An East View of GRAY'S FERRY, near Philadelphia, with the TRIUMPHAL ARCHES, &c. erected for the Reception of General Washington, April 20th. 1789"  + (Columbian Magazine: or Monthly Miscellany Containing a View of the History, Manners, Literature, Characters of the Year 1789)
  • Insurance policy drawings for Mount Vernon, March 13, 1803  + (Declaration for Assurance Book)

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