|Author:||Venette, Nicolas, 1633-1698.|
|Title:||The art of pruning fruit-trees with an explanation of some words which gardiners make use of in speaking of trees, and a tract, Of the use of the fruits of trees for preserving us in health or for curing us when we are sick / translated from the French original set forth the last year by a physician of Rochelle.|
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The art of pruning fruit-trees with an explanation of some words which gardiners make use of in speaking of trees, and a tract, Of the use of the fruits of trees for preserving us in health or for curing us when we are sick / translated from the French original set forth the last year by a physician of Rochelle.
Venette, Nicolas, 1633-1698.
London: Printed for Thom. Basset ..., 1685.
|Alternate titles:||Art de tailler les arbres fruitiers. English|
Written by Nicolas Venette. Cf. Wing.
Translation of: L'art de tailler les arbres fruitiers.
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Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
Fruit -- Pruning -- Early works to 1800.
Fruit trees -- Early works to 1800.
THE APPROBATION OF THE Colledge-Royal Of Physicians at ROCHELLE.
THE Art of Pruning, OR Lopping Fruit-Trees.
CHAP. I. The Pruning or Lopping of Fruit-trees, for the Month of February.
CHAP. II. The Lopping of Fruit-trees, at the be∣ginning of the Month of May.
CHAP. III. The Lopping of Fruit-trees at the be∣ginning of June.
CHAP. IV. The Lopping of Fruit-trees at the end of July.
An Explanation of some words which Gardiners make use of to express themselves in speaking of Fruit-Trees.
The Second PART. Of the use of the Fruits of Trees, for preserving us in Health, or for Curing us when we are Sick.
CHAP. I. Of Fruits which ought to be eaten be∣fore Meals.
ART. I. Of Figgs.
ART. II. Of Nectarins and Peaches.
ART. III. Of Plums and Apricocks.
ART. IV. Of Mulberries.
ART. V. Of sharp Cherries.
CHAP. II. Of Fruits which ought to be eaten af∣ter Meals.
ART. I. Of Pears.
ART. II. Of Apples.
ART III. Of Grafted Quinces.
ART. IV. Of Medlars and Services.
CHAP. III. Of Fruits, which may be eaten before, or after Meals.
ART. I. Of Raisins.
ART. II. Of China and Portugal Oranges.
ART. III. Of Spanish Pomegranates.
ART IV. Of Corands.
THE TABLE OF THE Chapters of the First PART.
THE TABLE OF THE SECOND PART.
A CATALOGUE of some Books Printed for and to be sold by Thomas Basset at the George in Fleet-street.