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The Thirteenth Volume of the Magazine has been enlarg.
C. M. H.
On the Transplantation of the Coniferous
Forest Trees, (Pines, &c.,) of New Eng-
Horticulture in the United States, dur- Mitchell, Portland, Me. In a letter to
ing the year 1846. By the Editor, 1 the Hon. H. A. S. Dearborn. Commu-
Observations upon the Potato Roc. By
the Oak, and other valuable Timber
2. Swan's Orange, Dallas, Calhoun, Mc Descriptions and Engravings of select v&-
Laughlin, Ropes, Pennsylvania, 243 rieties of Cherries. By the Editor, 394
Bezi de la Motle, Belle et Bonne, By Herman Wendell, M. D., Albany, N.
337 Y. With Descriptions and Engravings.
481 T. Jones, Esq., Staten Island, N. Y.
2. Early Joe, Fall Jennetting, Mars- Dr. Herman Wendell, Academy Park,
Albany, N. Y.,
535 Descriptions and Engravings of select va-
Some Accouni of the Cooper Apple and
Pomological Notices; or Notices respect- Floricultural and Botanical Notices of
ing New and Superior Fruits, worthy New and Beautiful Plants, figured in
On the Cultivation and Treatment of the Notice of some of the Plants of New
204 Spirm'a prunifolia, var. flore pleno, with
256 ed by M. Louis Van Houtte, Belgium, . 257
A Way to keep a Record of the Place of The Green-house and Conservatory in
every Tree in an Orchard, -with or
without Labels. By M. W. Phillips, Descriptions of eight new varieties of
291 Prairie Roses. By the Editor,
On the Cultivation and Treatment of the Garden Notes. By Dr. M. A. Ward,
Grape Vine in the Green-honse or Con-
Athens, Ga., .
servatory ; with a Diary of the Progress Notes on Gardons and Nurseries, :
Pruning Pear Trees, 514; Pruning, 546;
Cultivation of Annual Flowers, 185; Pruning
Pruning the Vine, 547; Tagetes pinnata,
the Pear Tree, 186 ; Destruction of Insects
by Hot Water, 226; The cultivation of the
Calceolaria as an Annual, 228; The culti-
vation of the Dahlia, 229; Scarlet Pelargo- England.-Exhibition of the London Horti-
niums for winter blooming plants, 279; Root cultural Society, 419; Dahlius und Dahlia
Pruning Trees, 280; Culture of the Chinese Exhibitions for 1847, 547.
Primrose, 281; "Thinning Annual Plauts, 283; France.-Exhibition of the Royal Horticul-
Pot Culture of the Vine, 283; Root Pruning Tural Society of Paris, 508.
and Management of the Pear Tree, 318; Pro- Belgium.-Exhibition of the Agricultural and
pagation of Gloxinias, 323; Chrysanthe- Horticultural Society of Brussels, 550.
mums, 323; Carnations, Picotees and Pinks
--their Propagation, 325 ; Treatment of
Azaleas, 326; Exposing Green-house Plants Splendid Plantation of Pear Trees, 130; Re-
esee Valley Horticultural Society, 133; Steu-
New Horticultural Societies, 329; The 142; Premiums on Camellias and Chinese
Exhibitions of Horticultural Societies, 423; Modesty, 80; Van Zandt's Superb Peach, 81;
Richards's Beurré Pear, 526; The Fruits of
First Annual Exhibition of the Albany and
Plants, 93; Raising Grape Vines from Seeds,
Appropriation for 1847, 81; Exhibitions, 81;
Death of Henry Waggaman Edwards, 478 ;
Mr. James Wentworth, 527.