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[Tail-piece.] Index.

Letter to Sir William Pepperrell, Spring Gardens

Letter to Sir William Pepperrell, Spring Gardens

Veduta di Zaovyeh; Albero a cui si Fanno le offerte; Giardino dell' Instituto del Cairo.

Environs du Kaire [Cairo]. 1. Vue de petit bras du Nil vis-à-vis de l'île de Roudah [el-Rôda]; 2. Vue de l'Allée des Sycomores dans l'île de Roudah [el-Rôda]; 3. Vue de Jardin de Mourâd Bey à Gyzeh [Jîzah].

Le Kaire [Cairo]. 1. Vue du jardin du palais d'Elfy-Bey, quartier général de l'armée française; 2. Vue de la caravane de Tôr près la ville des tombeaux.

Le Kaire [Cairo]. Vue prise d'un jardin situé près de la porte de Nasryeh.

Le Kaire [Cairo]. 1. Vue du jardin de la maison de Hasan Kâchef ou de l'institut; 2-4. Plans de la maison d'Ybrâhym Kykheyd el-Sennary; 5-6. Vue intérieure et coupe de la même maison.

Le Kaire [Cairo]. Vue du jardin et de l'étang de Qasim Bey.

The Duke's theatre in Dorset Gardens

1. Vue de Zaòuyéh; 2. Arbre au quel on fait des offrandes; 3. Jardin de l'Institut du Caire.

Pallas's Paradoxurus, Paradoxurus Pallasii. India. (From the life in the Zoological Society's Gardens, presented by Buchanan Esq-r. Tail partly deficient).

Dr. Hamilton's Paradoxurus, Paradoxurus Hamiltonii. From the living Animal in the Surry Zoological Gardens.

Immagine di un giardino.

Vue d'un casin sur le canal El Khalyg hors la porte Bab-el-Charyeh

Plan et vue d'un casin sur le canal El Khalyg hors la porte Bab-el-Charyeh

Neues Reich. Dynastie XVIII. El Amarna [Tell el-Amarna]. Nördliche Gräbergruppe. Grab 3. Zweiter Raum, rechter Theil der Hinterwand.

The pleasures of public gardens, - a series of bas reliefs by F. Drake of Berlin.

Le jardin de l'auberge de Dulwich.

Le Kaire. Maison et jardin dans le quartier Frank

Le [bassin des cygnes au] Jardin des Plantes.

Garden rear steam fire engine house.

Thurlow Lodge, res. of M.S. Latham, Menlo Park.

[View of flower garden and lakes.]

Public Gardens, Boston, Mass.

Senter House, from Garden, Center Harbor, N.H.

Lake Waban, Hunnewell's Italian Gardens, Wellesley, Mass.

Thurlow Lodge, res. of M.S. Latham, Menlo Park.

[People by the pond at the Public Gardens.]

Melville Gardens concert hall.

A sweet memory of a summer day, Hunnewell's Gardens, Wellesley, Mass.

Hunnewell's Gardens.

Stereoscopic views of the Boston Public Gardens.

Lover's paradise--Hunnewell's Gardens.

The Wellesley College from Hunnewell's Italian Gardens, Mass.

Melville Gardens concert hall.

Public Gardens, Boston, Mass.

Stereoscopic views of the Boston Public Gardens.

Thurlow Lodge, res. of M.S. Latham, Menlo Park.

Thurlow Lodge, res. of M.S. Latham, Menlo Park.

[View of White House. Men at work in the gardens.]

Washington Monument, Public Gardens.

Hunnewell's Gardens, Wellesley, Mass. "Fairer than any of which painters dream".

A sweet memory of a summer day, Hunnewell's Gardens, Wellesley, Mass.

Senter House, from Garden, Center Harbor.

Public Gardens, from Arlington St., Boston, Mass.

Pampas Grass, Florida.

Washington, White House, south front and gardens.

Valley gardens, soldiers'home, Dayton, O.

Lover's paradise--Hunnewell's Gardens.

[General view of the Public Gardens.]

Capitol. West Front, from Botanic Gardens.

Main Gate, interior view at Shaw's Garden, St. Louis, Mo.

Hunnewell's Italian Gardens, Wellesley, Mass.

Pampas Grass, Florida.

Cactus Garden, Craign Place, Lake Worth, Fla.

[View of a potted plant.]

Capitol. West Front, from Botanic Gardens.

[Farmers in gardens.]

Boston Public Gardens.

Palms at the Shaw's Garden, Mo.

Public Gardens, Boston Mass.

[Kansas grasshoppers]

Gardens at Magnolia-on-the-Ashley, Charleston.

Thurlow Lodge, res. of M.S. Latham, Menlo Park.

Lake Waban, Hunnewell's Italian Gardens, Wellesley, Mass.

Thurlow Lodge, res. of M.S. Latham, Menlo Park.

Statue of Hon. E. Everett, Public Gardens.

Magnolia gardens.

Hunnewell's Italian Gardens, Wellesley, Mass.

Lake and Bridge, Public Gardens.

Thurlow Lodge, res. of M.S. Latham, Menlo Park.

Hunnewell's Italian Gardens, Wellesley, Mass.

Melville Gardens and Landing.

Public Gardens, from Arlington St., Boston, Mass.

[View of White House. Men at work in the gardens.]

Thurlow Lodge, res. of M.S. Latham, Menlo Park.

Botanic Gardens, Washington, D.C.

[Grounds at Round Lake.]

Academy Gound, Mt. St. Vincent, N.Y.

Park at St. Louis.

Magnolia gardens.

A sweet memory of a summer day, Hunnewell's Gardens, Wellesley, Mass.

[View of a potted plant.]

Hunnewell's Italian Gardens, Wellesley, Mass.

[General view of the Public Gardens.]

Washington Monument, Public Gardens.

Botanic Gardens, Washington, D.C.

Palms at the Shaw's Garden, Mo.

Public Gardens, Boston, Mass.

Interior, U.S. Conservatory, Botanical Gardens, Washington, D.C.

View of a home and garden, Beaver Dam, Wisconsin.

View in Botanical Gardens, Washington, D.C.

Mauch Chunk gardens.

Agriculture Dept., Washington

View of a home and garden, Beaver Dam, Wisconsin.

Paw Paw Tree, Fla., U. S. A.

Public Gardens, Boston, Mass.

[Hand-colored view of the Public Gardens showing two women with a stoller.]

Senter House, from garden, Centre Harbor, N.H.

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