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Thu Oct 16 17:56:08 2014 UTClccn-n830226690.00Philip Miller as a natural philosopher. Hill's vegetable system /0.801.00Letter : Paris, to [Philip Miller],36936358Philip_Millern 83022669915121Miler Philip 1691-1771Miller.Miller, .. 1691-1771Miller, P. 1691-1771Miller, P. (Philip), 1691-1771Miller, Ph 1691-1771Miller, Ph. (Philip), 1691-1771Miller, Philipp 1691-1771Miller Philippe 1691-1771Miller, Philippus.Miller Philippus 1691-1771Miller, Phillip.Miller, Phillipp.Miller, Phillippe.Philip Millerlccn-n83046867Bailey, N.(Nathan)-1742edtlccn-n85089625Martyn, Thomas1735-1825edtlccn-n80089369Duhamel du MonceauM1700-1782lccn-n85024856Gordon, Georgeactive 1719-1726lccn-n83015618Lediard, Thomas1685-1743np-gordon, george$active 1728Gordon, Georgeactive 1728lccn-n88013631Le Rougetel, Hazellccn-n50024316Stearn, William T.(William Thomas)1911-2001lccn-n83238536Bertrand, Jean1708-1777trllccn-no90013165Ökonomische Gesellschaft des Kantons BernMiller, Philip1691-1771DictionariesPictorial worksBiographyCalendarsHistoryGardeningBotanyHorticultureAgricultureFruit-cultureMiller, Philip,Fruit treesPlants, Flowering ofEnglandGreat BritainChelsea Physic GardenEnglish languageNames, GeographicalNames, PersonalFruitBotanical gardensHorticulturistsGardenersGazetteersBotanistsAgricultural systemsReproductionLinné, Carl von,Vegetable gardeningEnglish language--EtymologyGardening--DictionariesFrancePlantsCompositaeInsectsTreesJussieu, Bernard de,EntomologyWashington, George,Plants, Flowering of--Flowering timeUnited StatesGardensColden, Cadwallader,Collinson, Peter,Norfolk, Edward Howard,--Duke of,Bartram, William,Sloane, Hans,--Sir,Bartram, John,MemorialsBotanical literatureRichmond, Charles Lennox,--Duke of,Plants, CultivatedSeed industry and tradeSolander, Daniel Charles,Monuments16911771172217241728172917301731173217331734173517361737173917401741174217431745174617471748175017511752175417551756175717581759176017611762176317641765176617671768176917711772177317741775177617781780178217851789179017921793179517971798180018021804180518061807180918101816181718211829183418351836183918431851186018721900194819601962196919711974197919871989199019932004200520092010201120132014103843511162635HB151ocn003714078ocn021881402ocn876569237ocn682204570ocn799343039ocn764914315ocn660971204ocn764914331ocn660971207ocn465258468ocn2479974211441167ocn642638769file17310.77Miller, PhilipThe gardeners kalendar. Directing what works are necessary to be done every month, in the kitchen, fruit, and pleasure-gardens, and in the conservatory: ... The third edition ; with a large index ... By Philip MillerCalendarsDictionaries50453ocn065350222file17630.79Miller, PhilipThe abridgement of the Gardeners dictionary containing the best and newest methods of cultivating and improving the kitchen, fruit, flower garden and nursery : as also for performing the practical parts of husbandry : together with the management of vineyards and the methods of making wine in England : in which likewise are included, directions for propagating and improving, from real practice and experience, pasture lands and all sorts of timber treesDictionaries33914ocn065350254file17640.88Duhamel du MonceauThe elements of agriculture32926ocn065346878file17330.82Miller, PhilipThe gardeners dictionary containing the methods of cultivating and improving the kitchen, fruit, and flower garden, as also the physick garden, wilderness, conservatory, and vineyard, according to the practice of the most experienc'd gardeners of the present age ...Dictionaries31020ocn065347006file17370.79Miller, PhilipThe gardeners dictionary containing the methods of cultivating and improving the kitchen, fruit and flower garden, as also, the physick garden, wilderness, conservatory, and vineyard, according to the practice of the most experienced gardeners of the present age ...Dictionaries2297ocn507945625file17600.70Miller, PhilipFigures of the most beautiful, useful, and uncommon plants described in the gardeners dictionary exhibited on three hundred copper plates, accurately engraven after drawings taken from nature. With the characters of their flowers and seed-vessels, drawn when they were in their greatest perfection. To which are added, their descriptions, and an account of the classes to which they belong, according to Ray's, Tournefort's, and Linnæus's method of classing them. By Philip Miller, F.R.S. member of the Botanic Academy at Florence, and gardener to the Worshipful Company of Apothecaries at their Botanic Garden at Chelsea. In two volumesDictionariesPictorial works18822ocn642397252file17400.79Miller, PhilipThe gardener's dictionary containing the methods of cultivating and improving the kitchen, fruit, and flower garden, as also, the physick garden, wilderness, conservatory, and vineyard ; According to the Practice of the Most Experienced Gardeners of the Present Age. Interspersed with The History of the Plants, the Characters of each Genus, and the Names of all the particular Species, in Latin and English ; and an Explanation of all the Terms used in Botany and Gardening. Together with Accounts of the Nature and Use of Barometers, Thermometers, and Hygrometers, proper for Gardeners ; And of the Origin, Causes, and Nature of Meteors, and the particular Influences of Air, Earth, Fire, and Water, upon Vegetation, according to the best Natural Philosophers. Adorn'd with Copper Plates. By Philip Miller, Gardener to the Worshipful Company of Apothecaries, at their Botanick Garden at Chelsea, and F.R.SDictionaries17515ocn065342614file17350.88Miller, PhilipThe gardeners dictionary containing the methods of cultivating and improving the kitchen, fruit and flower garden, as also the physick garden, wilderness, conservatory, and vineyardDictionaries16614ocn065347481file17480.88Miller, PhilipThe gardeners dictionary containing the methods of cultivating and improving the kitchen, fruit, and flower-garden, as also the physic-garden, wilderness, conservatory, and vineyard : in which likewise are included the practical parts of husbandry, and the method of making and preserving wines, according to the practice of foreign vigneronsDictionaries16215ocn745000476file17390.74Miller, PhilipThe second volume of The gardeners dictionary which Completes the work. By Philip Miller, F.R.S. Gardener to the Worshipful Company of Apothecaries, at their Botanic Garden at ChelseaDictionaries15713ocn065235586file17970.86Miller, PhilipThe gardener's and botanist's dictionary containing the best and newest methods of cultivating ...DictionariesPictorial works1518ocn083443269file17980.74Martyn, ThomasThis day is published, as a companion to the gardener's and botanists' dictionary, no. 1, price seven shillings and six-pence, figures of beautiful, useful and uncommon plants described in the ... dictionary ... By the late Philip Miller, F.R.S. ... Printed for F. and C. RivingtonDictionaries15014ocn642345914file18000.74Miller, PhilipThe complete gardener & farmer containing a new gardener's kalendar, Directing The Necessary Works To BE Done Every Month, In The Kitchen, Fruit, And Pleasure Gardens; AS Also In The Conservatory And Nursery: Shewing The Particular Seasons For Propagating Esculent Plants & Fruits, With The Time When Each Sort IS Proper For Table-And The Proper Season For Transplanting Trees, Shrubs & Plants, With The Time Of Their Flowering, together with a copious index. By P. Miller, F.R.S. To which is now added, The new farmer's kalendar; or monthly remembrancer, For All Kinds Of Country Business: Containing All The Material Improvements In The New Husbandry, With Treatises on Irrigation, or Watering grass Lands and Draining. By an experienced farmer1445ocn065350893file0.86Miller, PhilipPhilipp Millers, Gärtners der preiswürdigen Apotheckergesellschaft in dem Kräutergarten zu Chelsea ... Abbildungen der nützlichsten, schönsten und seltensten Pflanzen welche in seinem Gärtner-Lexicon vorkommenDictionariesPictorial works13913ocn745136607file17450.74Miller, PhilipThe gardeners kalendar. Directing what works are necessary to be done every month in the kitchen, fruit and pleasure-gardens, and in the conservatory and nursery. With An Account of the particular Seasons for the Propagation and Use of all Sorts of Esculent Plants and Fruits proper for the Table, and of all Sorts of Flowers, Plants, and Trees, that flower in every Month. The ninth edition. To which is added, a list of the medicinal plants, which may be gather'd in each mont for use. By Philip Miller, F.R.S. Gardener to the Worshipful Company of Apothecaries, at their Botanic Garden in Chelsea1369ocn642559665file17950.74Martyn, ThomasThis day is published number I. Price one shilling. (to be continued weekly.) And, part I. Price ten shillings and sixpence, (containing no. I. to X. inclusive,) of The gardener's and botanist's dictionary; containing The best and newest Methods of cultivating and improving the Kitchen, Fruit, Flower Garden, and Nursery; of performing the Practical Parts of Agriculture; of managing Vineyards, and of propagating all Sorts of Timber Trees. By the late Philip Miller, F.R.S. Gardener to the Worshipful Company of Apothecaries at their Botanic Garden in Chelsea, and Member of the Botanic Academy at Florence. To which are now first added, A complete Enumeration and Description of all Plants hitherto known, with their Generic and Specific Characters, Places of Growth, Times of flowering, and Uses both Medicinal and Oeconomical. The whole corrected and newly arranged, With the Addition of all the modern Improvements in Landscape Gardening, and in the Culture of Trees, Plants and Fruits, Particularly in the various Kinds of Hot-Houses and Forcing Frames: With plates explanatory both of them, and the Principles of Botany. By Thomas Martyn, B.D.F.R.S. Regius Professor of Botany in the University of Cambridge. Printed for F. and C. Rivington, No 62, St. Paul's Church-Yard; and the rest of the proprietors. Conditions. I. This Work will make two large Volumes in Folio, and be handsomely printed on a new Pica Letter, and fine Demy Paper. II. A Number, containing Four Sheets, will be delivered every Saturday, stitched, Price One Shilling, until the Whole is completed. III. For the Convenience of those who prefer a more speedy Mode of Publication, this Work will also be delivered in Parts, each containing Forty Sheets, sewed in blue Paper, Price Ten Shillings and Sixpence. A Part will be delivered at the End of every Ten Weeks. IV. In the Course of the Work will be given, Gratis, a Set of Copper Plates, elegantly engraved, exhibiting a general Illustration of the Science of Botany. Also various Plans, and Designs for Green-Houses, Stoves, Ice-Houses, &c. &cDictionaries1353ocn065353298file17680.88Duhamel du MonceauTraité des arbres fruitiersPictorial works13115ocn000319476book17300.66Bailey, NDictionarium britannicumDictionaries1256ocn065351131file0.92Miller, PhilipPhilipp Millers Gärtners der preiswürdigen Apotheckergesellschaft in dem botanischen Garten zu Chelsea ... Allgemeines Gärtner-Lexicon das ist ausführliche Beschreibung der Geschlechter und Gattungen aller und jeder Pflanzen nach dem neuesten Lehrgebäude des Ritter Linne eingerichtet, worinnen zugleich eine Erklärung aller botanischen Kunstwörter und eine auf vieljährige Erfahrung gegründete practische Anweisung zum Garten Acker Wein und Holzbau enthalten ist : mit verschiedenen Kupfern nach der allerneuesten, sehr vermehrten und veränderten achten Ausgabe aus dem englischen übersetztDictionaries1237ocn013946175book17970.92Miller, PhilipThe gardener's and botanist's dictionary; containing the best and newest methods of cultivating and improving the kitchen, fruit, and flower garden, and nursery; of performing the practical parts of agriculture; of managing vineyards, and of propagating all sorts of timber treesDictionariesPictorial works1234ocn022611600book19890.84Le Rougetel, HazelThe Chelsea gardener : Philip Miller 1691-1771HistoryBiography+-+9656650105361ocn008878965book17680.95Baster, JobVerhandeling over de voortteeling der dieren en planten dienende tot verklaaring van het kruidkundig samenstel van den Ridder Linnæus : en uitbreiding der korte inleiding tot de kruidkunde, van Philip Miller : geplaatst voor deszelfs maandelykse tuin oeffeningen211ocn023117014book19900.74Le Rougetel, HazelThe Chelsea gardener : Philip Miller 1691-1770173ocn259971368file18390.96Rogers, JohnThe vegetable cultivator : containing a plain and accurate description of all the differenct species and varieties of culinary vegetables ... also, some recollections of the life of Philip Miller31ocn721982142book2011Elliott, BrentPhilip Miller as a natural philosopher. Hill's vegetable system22ocn052247224book17291.00Jussieu, Bernard deLetter : Paris, to [Philip Miller]HistoryAutograph letter signed. Jussieu writes that he would be very happy to have in his garden plants Miller might find in America. He also writes that he and his colleagues, in addition to studying botany, are studying insects11ocn808179851visu1817A flowering plant (Milleria quinqueflora) and a monument to the botanist, Philip Miller. Coloured engraving by J. Pass, c. 1816HistoryThe monument depicted bears the name of Philip Miller and the date A.D. 181511ocn175319085book19481.00Merrill, Elmer DA note on Philip Miller's binomialsTerminology11ocn175317115book19741.00Stearn, William TMiller's Gardeners dictionary and its abridgement11ocn033327311art1979McClintock, Elizabeth MayThe rare third edition (1809) of Philip Miller's Figures ...11ocn055888957visu1816MilleriaEngraving, hand-colored on cream paper, mat 49 x 36 cm. Full page illustration of plant stem in flower; obelisk from the gravesite of gardener Philip Miller, for whom the genus Milleria was named, in black and white on bottom right11ocn122417068mixCollinson, PeterCollinson-Bartram PapersThis collection is principally letters to Collinson about seeds, plants, and gardens from seed cultivators and owners of country estates, including Cadwallader Colden, John Hanbury, Lord and Lady Petre, the Duke of Norfolk, the Duke of Richmond, Sir Hans Sloane, and Daniel Solander11ocn270501885book17500.10Gronovius, Johannes FredericusLeyden, to an unidentified English recipientSending a copy of his Index supellectilis lapideae, asking for specimens of additional stones, and commending the bearer to [the gardener Philip] Miller11ocn779560953visuPhilip Miller. Line engraving+-+9656650105+-+9656650105Thu Oct 16 15:03:11 EDT 2014batch40709