FRUIT

[Bahamas; Printed] Notes on the Bahamas and Plan for a Colony.

Author: 
[H.M. Frith]
Publication details: 
[Florida?, 1895]
£280.00

Four pages, 4to, fold marks, closed tears on folds discreetly repaired, some marking, fair condition. Information about (headings) the climate, health, water, soil, fruit trees, cost of land, fruit, grain and fodder, vegetables flowers, sea water, fish, game, snakes, insects, animals, laboor, steamers. freight, cost of boats, cable, roads, inhabitants (mostly black, main occupation sponging, some petty theft, indolent, etc,) houses. schools. taxation, government, Wood Cay.

[Pamphlet] On the Scarcity of Home Grown Fruits in Great Britain with Remedial Suggestions. In a Letter to Joseph Mayer

Author: 
Charles Roach Smith
On the Scarcity of Home Grown Fruits in Great Britain
Publication details: 
Liverpool: T. Brakell, Printer, Cook Street, 1863
£85.00
On the Scarcity of Home Grown Fruits in Great Britain

14pp, 8vo, wraps, trace signs of having been bound in another volume, some marking (mainly back wrap, mainly good.

[Printed Victorian botanical handbill advertisement.] American Blackberry Rooted Cuttings, Kittatinny Variety. Imported by D. C. Lowber, 35, Chapel Walks, Liverpool. [Including text on 'THE AMERICAN BLACKBERRY.']

Author: 
D. C. Lowber [originally of New Orleans], Liverpool Merchant [American Blackberries, Kittatinny Variety; botanical ephemera]
American Blackberry Rooted Cuttings
Publication details: 
[Circa 1875.] D. C. Lowber, 35, Chapel Walks, Liverpool.
£28.00
American Blackberry Rooted Cuttings

12mo, 4 pp. Bifolium. Good, on lightly-aged paper. Attractive engraving of a blackberry cutting. The second page is headed 'THE AMERICAN BLACKBERRY', and begins 'There is scarcely a more wholesome fruit than this, and one that has been more improved by judicious cultivation on the American side of the water.' The text, which continues to the last page and is signed in type by Lowber, contains two quotations from 'Rev. E. P. Roe, one of the most celebrated small fruit culturists on the banks of the Hudson'. In manuscript at foot of third page: '15/- per doz.

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