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Our thanks are again due to our many and kind correspondents for valuable and seasonable articles, some of which we should have been glad to have found room for in this number, but could not well do so without deferring the very interesting Review of Mr. Emerson's Report on the Trees and Shrubs of Massachusetts, to which we would call particular attention. We have on hand a capital article on training peach trees in cold houses, and have been awaiting the opportunity to present our own Diary of the Cultivation of the Grape in the GREENHOUSE, which will extend to several pages. We hope to make room for both in our next.
Our thanks are due to Gov. Briggs for a copy of Mr. Emerson's Report, and to J. G. Palfrey, Esq., for Reports of Agricultural Societies of the State.
IT We would call attention to our prospectus of the Fruits of America, the first number of which will appear simultaneously with this Magazine.
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James Hogg, Seedsman, Broadway, will act as our Agent in New York.
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Page. ART. I. On the Cultivation of the Arrow Root in the
United States as an Article of Commerce. By Dr. A.
ern Apples ; with a Note upon a New Variety called the
Butter Sweet. By T. S. IIumrickhouse, Coshocton, Ohio, 195 Art. III. Some Account of the Oswego Beurré, or Reid's Seedling Pear. By the Editor,
198 Art. IV. Some Remarks upon the Cooper Apple, and its
Identity with Other Sorts. By A. H. Ernst, Cincinnati,
200 Art. V. The Currant, its Cultivation, &c. By J. H. Watts, Rochester, New York,
202 ART. VI. On the Cultivation and Treatment of the Peach
Tree in Cold Houses. By Thomas B. Cowan, Gar-
204 Art. VII. On the Propagation of Stove and Greenhouse
Exotics; in a Series of Letters. By James Kennedy,
Gardener to S. T. Jones, Staten Island, New York, . : 210 Art. VIII. Descriptions of Eight New Seedling Verbenas. By the Editor, .
213 Floriculture. ART. IX. Floricultural and Botanical Notices of New and
Beautiful Plants figured in Foreign Periodicals; with De-
215 Art. X. Notice of Some of the Plants of New England. By William Oakes,
217 Reviews, Art. I. A Report on the Trees and Shrubs growing nat
urally in the Forests of Massachusetts. Published,
221 ART. II. The New England Book of Fruit,
225 Miscellaneous INTELLIGENCE. Art. I.......General Notices,
226 ART. II..... Domestic Notices,
234 Art. III....Massachusetts Horticultural Society, .
237 HORTICULTURAL MEMORANDA for May,
SPLENDID NEW WORK ON FRUIT.
FRUITS OF AMERICA,
BY C. M. HOVEY,
EDITOR OF THE MAGAZINE OF HORTICULTURE.
CONTAINING RICHLY COLORED ENGRAVINGS,
ACCOMPANIED WITH THE WOOD AND FOLIAGE, OF ALL THE CHOICEST
FRUITS CULTIVATED IN THE UNITED STATES.
from Paintings from Nature, made expressly for this work,
BY W. SHARP,
CHROMOLITHED AND RETOUCHED UNDER HIS DIRECTION.
THE LETTER PRESS TO CONTAIN A FULL DESCRIPTION OF THE FRUITS, THE HABIT
PARTICULARS OF IMPORTANCE TO THE POMOLOGIST.
The Work will appear in Royal Octavo Numbers, (uniform with Audubon's Birds of America,) and will contain four plates each, with Eight Pages of letter-press, on the finest paper, and in beautiful type; the Original Paintings executed by that distinguished artist, W. SHARP, chromolithed and retouched under his eye. The text will give all the Synonyms under which each variety is known, its origin, when to be ascertained, its period of introduction, with an accurate description of the Habit