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Vibórgia Spreng., xlvii. II. 610.
Viburnum L., lxxvii. 11. 1027. 1032.; IV. 2572.

Viorna, I. 238. See Clématis.
Viminaria Smith, uli. II. 567.
Vinca L., xcix. II. 1254.
Vine, I. 477. See Vitis.
Vine Bower. See Clématis Viticélla, I. 241.
Virèya, Xciv. II. 1173.

Virga Matth., Ixxvi. II. 1010.
Virgilia L., xli. II. 565.
Virgin's Bower, xvii. I. 232. ; IV. 2535.
Virginian Creeper, a synonyme of Ampelopsis

hederácea, I. 482.
Virginian Date Plum, U. 1195.
Virginian Raspberry, II. 745.
Virginian Sumach, 11. 550.
Viscum L., lxxvii. II. 1021.
Vitaceæ Lindl., xxxiii. I. 477.

Vitálba, I. 235.
Vitex L., cii. 111. 1255.

Viticélla, 1. 241.
Vitis L. xxxiii. I. 477.
Vitis ida'a Tourn., xcii. II. 1156. See l'acci-

nium.
Vilis idæ a rubra Lam., xciii. II. 1164.
Vukumiria L., cii. 11. 1286. See Clerodendron.
Viliaruria Barba Jovis Lam., xlvii. 641.

Thyme, III. 1278.
Thymelàceæ, civ. III. 1306.

Thymele'a Tourn., civ. III. 1307. See Dáphne.

Thymelæ a Gron., cv. III. 1314. See Dirca.
Thymus L., ci. 111. 1278. See d'cynos.

Thyrsánthu Eliot, xlviii. II. 647.
Tigureu Pursh, liii. II. 721.
Tilia L., xxvii. I. 364. ; IV. 2539.
Tiliàceæ Juss., xxvii. 1. 364.

Tinus Tourn., lxxvii. II. 1032. See Viburnum.
Tinus L., lxxxviii. 11. 1129. See Clèthra.
Tithýmalus Tourn., cvii. III. 1331.
Titmouse Walnut, 11. 1423.

Tobira, I. 338. See Pittosporum,
Toothache Tree, xxxiv. 1.488. Syn. Prickly Ash,

Amer.
Toxicodendron, 11. 552. See Rhús.

Tórylon Rafinesque, cviii. III. 1362.
Tragopyrum Bieb., ciii. 111. 1292.

Tràgos Cam., lxxxiii. IV. 2003.
Transparent Crab, II. 893.
Traveller's Joy, xvii. I. 235.
Tree Carnation, 1.359.
Tree Currant, 11.980.
Tree Flax, I. 360.
Tree Heath, II. 1080.
Tree Houseleek, II. 965.
Tree Ivy, II. 1000.
Tree Lupine, 649.
Tree Mallow, I. 360.
Tree Peony, xviii. I. 249.
Tree Purslane, III. 1229.
Tree Rhododendron, II. 1146.
Tree Sorrel, Inl. 1296.
Tree Strangler, 11. 502.
Tree Wormwood, II. 1069.
Trevda Meyers xxxX. II. 541.
Triceros Lour., xl. II. 560.
Trichocarpus Neck., i. II. 679.
Trichocephalus Brongn., xxxix. 11. 312.

Trildpus Mith, lxxv. II. 1007.
Tristania R. Br., lun. 11. 956.
Trochocarpa R. Br., Ixxxii. II. 1075.
True Service, II. 921. See Pyrus Sórbus.
Trumpet Flower, 111. 1258.
Trumpet Honeysuckle, II, 1049.
Tulip Tree, xix. 1. 204.
Turpentine Tree, II. 515. See Pisticia.
Tupu G.Don, Ixxxi. II. 1063.
Tupelo Tree, III. 1316.
Turkey Oak, 1846. 1870.
Tutsan, common, I. 403.
Tutsan, Large-flowered, I. 400.
Twin-flowered Spurge Laurel, III. 1310. See

Dáphne póntica.

W.

U.

UNex L., xli. II. 571.; IV. 2549. See Staura-

cánthus.
Ulmaceæ, cviii. III. 137).
Ulmus L., cviii. 111. 1371. 1373. See Plánera.
Umbellacea, lxxv. 11. 997.
Umbrella Tree, II. 269. See Magnolia tripétala.
Upright Fly Honeysuckle, 11. 1054. See Xylós.

teum.
Urària Desy, xlvii. II. 615.
U^va-ursi Spreng., lxxxviii. II. 1123. See Vac.

cinium.
Urticaceæ, cvii. III. 1342.

Wahoo Elm, III. 1408.
Wainscot Oak, 111. 1846.
Wallflower, 1.313. See Cheiranthus.
Walnut Tree, III 421. 1423. See Juglans.
Warden Pear, II. 882.
Warratah. See Caméllia, I. 386.
Water Oak, III. 1892.
Wax-bearing Myrtle, cxxxii. IV. 2057.
Wax Tree, II. 120).
Water Elder, II. 1039.
Wayfaring Tree, 11. 1035.
Weeping Ash, II. 1214.
Weeping Beech, III. 1953.
Weeping Birch, III. 1691.
Weeping Elm. See U'lmus montana péndula,

IU. 1398.
Weeping Oak, III, 1732. 1842.
Weeping Turkey Oak, III. 1846.
Weeping Willow, III. 1507.

Weigela Thunb., lxxix. II. 1012.
Weigela Pers., Ixxix. II. 1042. See Diervilla.

Wendlandia, xx. I. 297. See Cócculus.
Western Plane, cxxxii. IV. 2013.
Westringia Sm., cii. III. 1282.
Weymouth Pine, IV. 2280.
Whin, xli. II. 571.
White Beam Tree, Il.910.
White Birch, III. 177, 1708.
White Cedar, cxli. IV. 2475.
White Spruce, IV. 2310. See Abies alba.
White Thorn, 11. 829.
White Vine Clematis, xvii. I. 25.
White Walnut, III. 1439.
White Wood, xlx. I. 284.
Whitty Pear Tree, 11. 921.
Whortleberry, II. 1156.
Widow Wail. See Cnedrum.
Wild Allspice, III. 1303.
Wild Cornel, II. 1010.
Wild Guelder Rose, II. 1035.
Wild Honeysuckle, 11. 1140.
Wild Indigo, 11. 607.
Will Olive, II. 549. See Rhús Cótinus.
Wild (live, III. 1310. See Dáphue Thymelæ'a-
Wild Olive, Amer., 111. 1319. See Nyssa grandi-

dentàta.
Wild Olive Tree, III. 1321. See Elæagnus.
Wild Orange, Amer., 11. 720. See Cérasus caro-

liniana.
Wild Rosemary, 11. 1106. See Andrómedia.
Wild Service, II. 913.
Willemétia Brongn., xxxix. 1.542.
Willow, 111. 1453.
Willow. Duke of Bedford's, III, 1517.
Willow Oak, III. 1805.
Winteracræ R. Br., xviii. 1. 256.
Winter Berry, xxxvi. II. 520.
Winter Flower, 11, 937.

V.

Vaccinium L., xcii. U. 1079. 1156.

See Phalerocarpus, lxxxviii. 11. 1127.

See Oxycoccus, xciv. II. 1163.
Valonia Oak, III. 1861.
Vascua Dec., xlvii. II. 64.

Velàni Tourn., (xxvi. III. 1862.
Vélla L., xxi. 1.312.
Verbena L'Hérit., cii. III. 1296. See Aloysia.
Verbenaceae, cii. UI. 1285.
Venice Sumach, II. 549.
Vernonia Hook., Ixxxii. II. 1072.
Veronica Ait., ci. II. 1277.
Vesicaria, xxi. 1. 313.

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A.

Brignole plums, mode of preserving, ii. 689.
ACA CIA dealbåta, mode of protecting, by Dr.

Brooms, American, ini. 2015; iv. 2157. English, ii.
Neill, i. 667.

595. ; iii. 1696. For butchers, iv. 2519.
Acorns, eatable, iii. 1845. 1906. 1913. 1919, Te-

Bull oaks, iii. 1779.
resa's (see Don Quixote), ui. 1907.

Burgundy pitch, mode of preparing, iv. 2308.
Almonds as a stock for grafting, ii, 678.
Almonds, emulsion of, ii, 676.

C.
Almonds, Bitter, ii. 677.
Almonds, Jordan, ii. 677.
Almonds, Valentia, ii. 677.

Caledonia, why so called, iii. 2021.

Camellia garden, i. 392.
Aleppo mustard, ii. 554.

Camellia wall, i. 392.
Amadou, ini. 164. 1854. False, iii. 1833.
Ainbovna pitch, iv, 2448.

Camphor, mode of obtaining, iii. 1305.
American bug 'phis lanígera), ii. 903.

Canada balsam, iv. 2340.

Canella bark, i. 257.
Anisette de Bordeaux, i. 28.

Canoes, wood for, i. 274. 288. ; iii. 1709.
Arbutus, use of the fruit of, ii. 1118.

Cape heaths, list of, ii. 1089, 1091 Mode of cul.
Arcades, trees it for, i. 369. ; iv, 2008.
Arrack, anise, i. 258.

ture, iv. 2574. Treatment of, ii. 1100.

Capers, mode of preparing, i. 313, 314. Substitute
Athenian poplar, origin of the name, iii. 1651.

tor, ii. 596
Athol, Dukes of, their plantations, iv, 29.

Caprification, iii. 1370.
Athol estates, culture of the larch on, iv. 2387.

Cardinal trees, iii. 1383.
Avenues, trees tor, i. 368. 418. 465.; III, 1379.
1612. 1666. 1670.; IV, 2041.

Caries of the chestnut, iii. 1999.
Carvings in wood, i. 368. ; ii. 1415. 1642.

Casks for sugar, iii. 1879. 1881. 1883. For wine,
B.

iii. 1991. Hoops for, iv. 1712.

Casuarina (swamp oak), mode of growing in
Balm of Gilead, iv. 2340.

England, iv. 2061.
Balsam of the Poplar, iii. 1675.

Ceps, iii, 1836.
Barnacles, ini. 1828.; iv. 2600).

Charcoal of the beech, iii. 1962.
Baskets, i. 237.; iii. 1447. 1471. 1697. 1709. Charcoal, woods suitable for, i 288. 568. 417. 494.
Basket-making, iii. 1471.

429.; ii. 537. 1200. ; iii. 1368. 1525. 1563. 1617.
Bast mats, mode of making, i. 367, 369, 369.

1681. 1992. 1991. 2009.
Bachelor, derivation of the word, iii. 1248. Charmille, iii. 2010.
Beads, trees producing, i. 476. 494.

Cherry brandy, ii. 697.
Beating the walnut, use of, iii. 1434.

Cherry trees in pots, ií. 702.
Beech, best wood for fuel, iii. 1961.

Cherry Sunday, ii. 699.
Beehives, ii. 744.; iv. 2483.

Chestnut bread, iii. 1987. 1995, 1996.
Bees, food for, i. 369. ; ii. 530.537. 577. 589. 719.; Chestnut charcoal, iii. 1991.
iii. 1477. 1563.; iv. 2583.

Chestnut timber, how distinguished from oak,
Besoms, to make, ii. 596; iii. 1697. 2016.

iii. 1989. 1991, 1992, 1993.
Bickers, ii. 497.

China turpentine, ii. 547.
Bird cherry, as a trap for inserts, i. 710.

Chinese method of dwarfing trees, iii. 1378.
Birdlime, modes of making, ii. 510. 1022.

Chinese pickle, i. 280.
Bird's-eye maple wood, i. 412.

Chocolate from the lime, i, S59.
Birds, paste for, i. 298.

Church, ancient, of oak, iii. 1748.
Black, to dye, i. 493.

Cider brandy, ii. 896.
Blisters on the skin, to raise, i. 233. ; iii. 1908.1330. Cider, to make, ii. 897.
1968.

Clap-boards, description of, iv, 2284.
Boundary oaks, iii. 1779.

Cleinatine, i. 233.
Bowers, to cover, i, 233, 234.

Cobbett's nursery, ii. 616.
Bowers, trees for cutting into, i. 369.; ii. 591.; Coffee, substitute for, ii. 657.
iii. 1203. 13:4.; iv. 2010, 2493.

Colophony, iv. 2125. 2223. 2336.
Bows, wood used for, ii. 591. ; iii. 1864. 2070. 2086. Columns of living trees, ii. 1242.
Box edgings, to cut, iii. 15+0.

Confitures d'épine vinette, i. 301.
Box parterres of embroidery, iii. 1357.; iv. 2585. Coquette, a machine for drying plants, iii. 1960.
Boxwood for wood-engraving and turnery, iii. Corf rods, iii. 2023.
1335,

Cork, mode of obtaining, iii. 1914.
Bread from chestnut flour, iii. 1987.

Corn, effect of the berberry on, i. 302.
Bread from the lotus, ii. 526.

Coughs, remedies for, i, 208. 511. ; iv. 2115.

Grippling, custom of, ii. 901.
Growth, rate of, of the larch, iv, 23.12. Of the

locust, ii. 012 Of the oak, iit. 1789. Of the
poplar, iii. 1658. Of the silver fir, iv. 2333.

of the willow, iii. 1466. 1526.
Gum Arabic, tree producing it, ii. 664.
Gum benjamin, ni. 1908
Gum benzoin, iii. 150.
Gum of the cherry tree, il 698.
Gum olibanum, iv. 2305.
Gum sandsrach, iv, 2163.
Gum tragacanth, ii. 638.
Gunpowder, charcoal used for making, i. 557. :

ii. 1011.; iii. 1682. 20091224.
Gun-stocks, wood for, iii. 1427.

H.

Cranberries, mode of growing, il. 1169, 1170.
Crayons of charcoal, ii. 497.
Cup-shaky timber, iii. 1992.
Curious substances found in the oak, iii. 1783.
Curled maple wood, i. 426.

D.
Dancing leaves, i. 558. 560.
Dead Sea apple, ini. 1931.
Deals, mode of cutting out of entire trees, iv.

2170.
Death's head moth, ii. 1253.
Deciduous cypress, knees of, iv. 2481,
Dialling of wood, iii. 1999.
Divining rod, in 2020,
Dogwoods in America, iii. 1018.
Dool trees, iv. 2512.
Drifting sands, modes of planting in, ii. 589. ; iv.

2219
Drip of trees, shrubs that will thrive under, i.

403. 512. ; ii. 718. ; iii, 1001. 1309, 1899.; iv.

2088.
Dwarfs, Chinese, i. 279.
Dye from walnuts, iii. 1429.
Dye, yellow, from the quercitron, iii, 1886.
Dying, trees and shrubs suitable for, i. 209. 202.

307. 427. 165. 493. ; ii. 530. 532. 537. 510. 549.
552, 564. 588. 687. 74.; iji. 1261. 1S1S. 1361.
1429. 1458. 1525. 1681. 1886.

E.
Ebony, substitute for, iii. 1681.
Edging, shrubs fit for, i. 356. ; iii. 1833.
Elm, diseases and insects of, iii. 1385.
Emperor moth, iv, 2052.
Ericacetums and American grounds, ii. 1173. to

1186.
Ericetums, or heatheries, ii. 1095. 1098.
Ermine moth, ii. 906.; iv. 2564.
Eustache Dubois, knives of, iii. 1961.

F.

Fevers, remedies for, i. 268. 274. 288. ; ii. 543. 550.

1019. ; iii. 1525.
Figs, as an article of commerce, iii. 1967. Mode

of drying, ii, 1369.
Figues-caques, what made of, ii. 1197.
Filberts, to keep, iii. 2027.
Fir tree, why so called, iv. 2303.
Flambeaux of the beech (tourteaux), iii. 1963.
Flambeaux of the pine, iv. 2175.
Flax, substitute for, ii. 577.
Forest, New, first planting of.

Mode of manag.
ing plantations in, iii. 1750. 1803.
Forest of Dean, iii. 1750. 1805.
Forest of the Black Mountain, iv. 2327.
Forest of Orleans, iii. 1989.
Forest of Tarnawa, in Scotland, ii. 509. ; iii. 1752.
Forests of oak in Britain, iii. 1750.
Forests of pines and firs, iv, 2115. 2165. 2220.

2800.
Fox covers, ii. 571.
Fragrant horsechestnut, i. 474.
French berries, ii, 532.
French plums, mode of preparing, ii. 689.
Fungi figured. See the List of Fungi in the Table

of Contents, clxxxi.
Fungus, eatable, on the evergreen beech in Van

Diemen's Land, iii. 1982.
Furze, as fodder, mode of bruising, ii. 572. Dil.

lenius's admiration of, ii. 572. Gigantic, ii. 571.
See Hedges.

G.
Galette, la, to make, iii. 1996.
Galls, American, iii. 1881.
Gall nuts, iii. 1929.
Galls on the oak, ini. 1823. 1843. 1929.
Games and country sports relating to the apple,

ii, 901.
Goats, trees eaten by, ii. 477. 591. ; iii. 1513. ; iv.

2325.
Goule sheaves, iv. 2057.
Grafting clay, ii. 805.
Grafting, herbaceous, i. 253.
Granada, arms of the city of, ii. 940.

Hair-streak butterfly, iii. 1869.
Half-hardy plants, remarks on the treatment of,

ii. 570, 667.
Half-hardy heaths. See Cape heaths.
Hardy heaths, lists of, ii. 1056, 1088. 1097.
Hares and rabbits, trees eaten by, ii. 592.
Hayforks, wood used for making in France, iii

1415.
Hazel rods, use of in ornamental buildings, iii.

2023.
Heathery in the open ground, ii, 1095.
Hedges, shrubs and trees suitable for :-

Acácia. Sec Locust.
Alatérnus, ii. 530.
Althæa frutex, i. $62.
Arbor Vitæ, iv. 2457.
Berberry, i. 309,
Beech, ii. 1965.
Box, ii. 1910.
Bramble, ii. 744.
Buckthorn, ii, 532.
Christ's Thorn, ii. 528.
Crab, ii. 896.
Elder, iii. 1029.
Evergreen oak, iii. 1904.
Furze, ii. 573. In Guernscy, iv. 2519. TD

the Isle of Man, iv. 2519.
Gleditschia, ii. 651.
Hawthorn, ii. 836.
Hazel, iii. 2023.
Holly, ii. 518. Mode of cutting, in. 514.
Hornbcam, iii, 2010.
Ivy, iti 1003.
Juniper, iv. 2493.
Larch, iv. 2373
Laurel, ii. 718.
Laurustinus, iii. 1038.
Lilac, ii. 1210.
Locust, ii. 615, 625.
Lombardy poplar, ii. 1668.
Maple, i. 429
Mulberry, iii. 1355.
Myrtle, ii. 963.
Oak, iii. 1799.
Pear tree, ii. 895.
Privet, ii. 1200.
Portugal laurel, ii. 715.
Roses, ii. 772. 790.
Sea buckthorn, ii. 1326.
Sloe thorn, ii. 687.
Spiræ'a, ii. 727.
Spruce fir, iv. 2306.
Willow, iii. 1476.

Yew, iv. 2089.
Helianthemum wall, i. 319.
Hemlock spruce, singular effect of in American

woods, iv. 2323.
High Clere seedling rhododendrons, ii. 1140.

1143
Honey, poisonous, i. 369.; ii. 1129. See Bees.
Honeysuckle, a classical architectural ornament

ii. 1013.
Hoops, wood for, iii. 1441. 1467. 1697. 1711, 1719.

1994. 2023.
Hop-poles, wood for, ii. 621. ; iii. 1219. 1460.

1653. 1996.; iv, 2371.
Hops, substitute for, ii. 596. 916.
Hortensia, why this name was applied to the

hydrangea, ii. 996,

House flics, effect of the periploca on, iii. 1957. Legends of the Almond, ii. 678.
Huile de marmotte, ii. 684.

Apple, ii. 899.
Huile de rose, ii. 789.

Ash, ii. 1223.
Hungary water, iii. 1280.

Aspen, iii, 1618.

Black poplar, iii. 1634.
I.

British oak, iii, 1753.

Chaste tree, iii. 1285.
Ice storm, iv. 2136.

Cornel tree, ii. 1016.
Ilex oak, suitable for the sea shore, iii. 1902.

Christ's thorn, ii. 528.
Indian paper, mode of making, ini. 1361.

Hawthorn, ii. 898.
Indian rubber, trees producing, iii, 1345. 135).
Indian soup, iii. 1919.

Holly, ii. 511.
Indigo, plant producing, ii. 642.

Ivy, ii. 1005.
Indigo, substitutes for, ii. 607. 630.

Jasmine, ii. 1253.

Lime tree, iv. 2540.
Ink, indelible, ii. 555, 556. 686.
Ink, to make, iii. 1930.

Lombardy poplar, iii. 1669.

Mistletoe, ii. 1029.
Insects good for food, iii. 1816.
Insects on the Abiétinæ, iv, 2159. :-

Mountain ash, ii. 917 - 920.

Mulberry, iii. 1345.
Alder, iii. 1687.

Myrtle, ii. 961.
Birch, iii. 1703.

Oak, iii. 1722.
Oak, iii. 1815.

Periwinkle, ii. 1255.
Pear tree, ji. 887.

Pine and fir tribe, iv. 2121.
Poplar, iii. 1638. 1654.

Plane tree, iv. 2037.
Rose, ii. 810.

Pomegranate, ii. 910. 949.
Willow, iii. 1479.

Quince, ii. 929.
Insects figured. See the list in the Table of

Rose, ii, 791.
Contents, clxxxiii.
Insects, use of bird cherry to protect from, ii. 710.

Rosemary, iii. 1280.

Rue, i. 485.
Irritability of plants, i. 300. ; 11.558.

St John's wort, i. 397.

Sycamore, i. 418. ; iv. 2512.
J.

Sweet bay, iii. 1997.
Japan varnish, ij. 553.

Walnut, iii. 1426.
Judas tree, use of the flowers of, in cookery, i1,658. Willow, ini. 1463.
Jujube, syrup of, ii. 525.

Yew, iv. 2006.
Jujube trees, different kinds of, iv. 2546.

Licts de parliament, iii. 1991.
Juniper berries, uses of, iv. 2193.

Lightning, effect of, on the oak, ii. 1812.

Limes, substitute for, iii, 1319.
K.

Liqueurs, from fruit, i. 369. ; ii, 681. 690. 697.
Kauri resin, iv. 2549.

789,
Kermes, iii. 1909.

Liquid storax, iv. 2051.
Kirschwasser, ii. 697

Liquorice, substitute for, ii. 621.
Knee timber of the larch, iv. 2381.

Locust tree, rapid growth of, ii. 612.
Knee timber of the oak, iji. 1807.

Luggics, ii. 497.
Krumholz of Styria, iv. 2187.

Lumbering party in Canada, iv, 2116.

Lungs of the oak, iii. 1832.
L.

Lye for washing linen, ii. 574.
Labdanum, or ladanum, the mode of gathering,

M.
i. 320.
Labyrinths of the hornbeam, iii. 2011.

Magnolia of Maillardière, i. 263.
Lackey moth, iii. 1893.

Magnolia wall, i. 264.
Lamb's wool, the drink so called, ii. 901.

Manna of Briançon, iv. 2367.
Lampblack, preparation of, iv, 2125. 2223. Manna, trees producing, i. 410. ; ii. 616. 1246.
Landes, mode of planting with pinasters, iv. 2219.

Manx furze, iv. 2519.
Landscape-gardening, effect of trees in, of the Maraschino, ii. 697.
Alder, iii. 1683.

Mastich, ii. 548. 560. Substitute for, iv. 2605.
Ash, ii. 1220.

Meat, to tender, iii. 1368.
Beech, iii. 1965.

Medical uses of the resinous products of the pine
Birch, iii, 1694. 1700.

and fir tribe, iv. 2126.
Cedar of Lebanon, iv. 2418.

Milky sap, plants possessing, i. 409. ; ii. 553. ;
Elæagnus, iii. 1323.

iii. 1330. 1345. 1355. 1368.
Elm, iii, 1383.

Mistletoe, germination of, ii. 1024. Mode of
Hazel, thickets of, iii. 2025.

propagating, iv. 2571." On the oak, iii.
Hornbeam, iii. 2011.

1831.
Horsechestnut, i. 465.

Morels, iii. 1974.
Ivy, ii. 1004.

Mosque of Cordova, wood of, ir. 2169.
Larch, iv. 2337, 2373,

Moths, to keep away, iv. 2057.
Lime tree, ii. 369.

Mount Magnolia, described by Bartram, i. 276.
Locust, ii. 621.

Mulberry, edict of James I. respecting, iji. 1345.
Lombardy poplar, iii. 1652.

Mode of gathering the leaves for silkworms,
Oak, iij. 1789.

iii, 1355.
Plane tree, iv. 2039.
Weeping willow, iii. 1509.

N.
Willow, jii. 1597.
Scotch pine, iv. 2176.

Noces, why so called, iii. 1426.
Silver fir, iv. 2229.

Noggins, ii. 497.
Stone pine, iv. 2229.

Norfolk beaufins, to prepare, ii. 896.
Spruce fir, iv. 2301.

Nougat, iii. 1428.
Sweet chestnut, iii. 1997.

Nurse trees, iii. 1800. : -
Yew, iv. 2072.

Larch, iv. 2373
Landscapes figured. See the list in Table of Con Scotch pine, iii. 1803.
tents, clxiv.

Spruce fir, iv. 2305.
Larch, rate of growth of, iv. 2354.

Nut, maggot of, iii. 2027.
Laurel water, ii. 719.

Nut oil, iii. 2024.
Lavender water, to make, iii. 1281.

Nut, weevil of, iii. 2027.
Legends of the Abele, iii. 1613.

Nuts, kinds of, iii. 2019. Quantity imported,
Alder, iii. 1683.

iii, 2024.

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Oil, beech, ii. 1303.

Raisine, to make, ii. 896.818,
Oil from the privet, ii. 1200.

Raki, the liqueur so called, ii. 690.
Oil made from the cone of Pinus Cembra, iv. Ranging timbers in America, iv, 2118.
2279.

Ratafia of Grenoble, ii. 697.
Oil, nut, iii. 2024.

Red oak staves, iii. 1886.
Oil of rosemary, iii. 1980.

Red, to dye, i. 530.
Oil of sweet almonds, ii. 676.

Religious ceremonies, trees used in, ii. 501, 518.;
Oil of turpentine, iv. 2336,

iv. 219.
Oil of walnuts, iii. 1429.

Remarkable trees: -
Oil, olive, to make, ii. 1207.

Alders, iii. 1687.
Olives, substitute for, 11. 686.

Apple trees, ii.908,
Olives, to pickle, ii. 1207.

Arbutus, in the Bot. Gard. Edin., iv 2575.
Onguent de St. Fiacre. See Grafting clay, ii. Ash trees, ii. 1225. ; iv. 2580).
805.

Balsam poplars, iii. 1675.

Beeches, ui, 1954. 1970. 1976.
P.

Black walnut, iii. 1438.
Pannage, iii. 1747.

Buyukdire plane tree, iv. 2010.
Paper birch, uses of, iii. 1709.

Cedars, iv. 14. 9405. 2500 or Mount
Paraguay tea, mode of making, ii. 520.

Lebanon, iv. 2407 2411. Visits of travellers
Parfait amour, ii. 789.

to, iv, 2109.
Parterres of embroidery in box, iii. 1337.;

iv.

Chestnuts, remarkable iii. 1987. 1999. Of
2585.

Mount Etna, iii. 1987.
Peach brandy, ii. 681.

Cypresses, remarkable, iv. 246h. 2470.
Pears, mode of obtaining new kinds, by Dr. Van

Deciduous cypresses, large trees of, iv. 9483.
Mons, ii. 882.

Elms, iii. 1391. 141/2.
Pears, French, mode of preserving, ii. 883.

Fig trees, iii. 1567.
Pears, to dry, ii. 883.

Hawthorns, ii. 810.; iv. 2542.
Perry, to inake, ii. 884. 897.

Ilollies, ij. 515.
Pines and firs, cuttings ot, iv. 2128.

Hornbeams, ii. 2007, 2012.
Pines and firs, granting, iv. 2129.

Horse chestnuts, i. 466.
Pine barrens, iv, 2117.

Johnson's willow, iii. 1518.
Pine forest on fire, iv. 2137.

Larches, iv. 2355.
Pinetums, iv, 2120.

Laurels, ii. 719.
Pinetums of Great Britain, tabular view of, iv.

Lime trees, 1. 571. ; iv. 2559.
260.

Lombardy poplars, ini.1670.
Pitch, iv. 2125. 2175. 2222. 2260.

Mulberry trees, iii. 1315. 1347. Al Canter-
Pitch, black, iv. 2299.

bury, iv, 26.
Pitch, Burgundy, iv. 2308.

Myrties, ii. 963.
Plane tree, shade of, iv. 2017.

Napoleon's willow, iii. 1511.
Plane tree, wool of, iv. 2015.

Oaks, ii. 1741. 1753. 1773. 1837.

With cou-
Planting from pots, i. 265.

joined trunks, iii. 1781.
Planting in puddle, i. 571.

Pear trees, ii. 881.888.
Planting, by fixing with water, i. 265.

Pines in the Canaries, iv, 2263.
Poetry on the Arbutus, ii. 1117.

Plane trees, iv. 2038. 2012.
Beech, ii. 1958.

Poplars, iii. 1654.
Birch, iji. 1700.

Portugal laurel, ji. 715. ; iv. 2555.
Furze, ii. 574.

Salisburias, iv. 2099.
Hazel, iii. 2021.

Scotch pines, iv. 2184.

Silver tirs, iv. 2337.
Holly, ii. 512.
Ling, ii. 1084.

Spruce firs at the Whim, iv. 29
Oak, iii. 1785.

Stone pine of Sablettes, iv, 2928
Walnut, iii. 1481.

Sycamores, i, 419. ; iv. 2542.

Walnut trees, iii. 14.5.
Wayfaring tree, ii. 1035.
Yew, iv. 2083.

Willows, iii. 1308. 1518. 1527.
Poisoning plants, i. 300.

Yews, iv. 2069 2073. 2091.
Poisonous trees and shrubs, 1. 233. 476.493. ; ii. Resin. See 'Rosin.

Zelkoua, iii. 1411.
549. 553. 555. 561. 561. 610.709. 719. ; ili. 1267. Resinous products of the pine and fir tribes, ir,
1308.

2125.2174, 2921.
Polenta, to make, iii. 1996.
Pomatum, origin of, ii. 89.

Rheumatism, cures for, i. 268. 488 ; jii. 1267.
Portable house, for protecting plants, ii. 670.

Rhododendron, honey of, ii. 115
Port wine from British fruit, ii. 684.

Rockwork, plants for, i. 33. 336 348. 39, 400,

412. ; ii. 578. 585. 601. 604. 658, 800 90.; ili.
Potash, trees producing, i. 412.; ij. 572. 583. 596.

1918. 1277, 1278, 1287. 1300. 1513
1219. ; iii. 1430. 1525. 1617.
Pounce, what made of, iv. 2403.

Rosariums, ii. 794.; iv. 2561.
Protecting by gauze or bunting, i. 280. With

Rose Acacia, mode of training, ii, 628
mats, i. 257. By straw ropes, i. 279.

Roe, architectural, ii. 793.
Protecting frame for plants, iv. 2531.

Rose garden ü. 793.
Protecting trees and shrubs, i. 280. 564. 392. Rose, insects on, to destroy, ii. 809.

Rose, history of, ii. 785.
396. ; iii. wall, 1306.

Rose of Lancaster, ii. 761,
Protecting roots, i. 2016.
Prunes, mode of preparing, ii. 689.

Rose, mode of drying the petals, ii. 787. 788.
Prussic acid, plants producing, 11. 671. 714.

Rose pink, ii. 681.
Public walks, trees suitable for, i. 368. 416. 418.; Rose-water, ii. 788.790.

Rose plantations, ii. 786, 787, 788.
iii. 1384. 1415. 1613.
Pumping of the larch, iv. 2385.

Rose wall, ii. 800.
Purple, to dye, i. 427.

Roses, arcades of, ii. 797.
Pyrale, iji. 1999.

Roses, attar of, ii. 789.
Pvrolignous acid, iv. o999.

Roses, baskets of, ii. 800.
Pyrotechnic clock, 258.

Roses, best collections, ii. 750.
Roses, budding the, ii. 802.
Roses, climbing, ii. 799.

Roses, conserve of, ii. 789.
Quass, mode of making, iv. 235

Roses, esser.ce uf, íi. 789.

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