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[[J. C. Loudon]], Twelve designs in the Dutch style, in ''An 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 Branston'' (1834), p. 62, figs. 41 and 42. Private collection.

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J. C. Loudon, Twelve designs in the Dutch style, in An 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 Branston (1834), p. 62, figs. 41 and 42. Private collection.

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