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[[J. C. Loudon]], Nutt’s hive placed in the front of a veranda, in ''The suburban gardener, and villa companion: comprising the choice of a suburban or villa residence, or of a situation on which to form one; the arrangement and furnishing of the house; and the laying out, planting, and general management of the garden and grounds; the whole adapted for grounds from one perch to fifty acres and upwards in extent ; and intended for the instruction of those who know little of gardening and rural affairs, and more particularly for the use of ladies. By J.C. Loudon ... Illustrated by numerous engravings'' (1838), p. 714, fig. 307. National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
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[[J. C. Loudon]], "Nutt’s hive placed in the front of a veranda", in ''The suburban gardener, and villa companion: comprising the choice of a suburban or villa residence, or of a situation on which to form one; the arrangement and furnishing of the house; and the laying out, planting, and general management of the garden and grounds; the whole adapted for grounds from one perch to fifty acres and upwards in extent ; and intended for the instruction of those who know little of gardening and rural affairs, and more particularly for the use of ladies. By J.C. Loudon ... Illustrated by numerous engravings'' (1838), p. 714, fig. 307. National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.

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J. C. Loudon, "Nutt’s hive placed in the front of a veranda", in The suburban gardener, and villa companion: comprising the choice of a suburban or villa residence, or of a situation on which to form one; the arrangement and furnishing of the house; and the laying out, planting, and general management of the garden and grounds; the whole adapted for grounds from one perch to fifty acres and upwards in extent ; and intended for the instruction of those who know little of gardening and rural affairs, and more particularly for the use of ladies. By J.C. Loudon ... Illustrated by numerous engravings (1838), p. 714, fig. 307. National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.

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