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The Southern Gardener and Receipt-Book

by Mrs. Mary L. Edgeworth

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Containing Valuable Information, Original and Otherwise, On All Subjects Connected with Domestic and Rural Affairs, Gardening, Cookery, Beverages, Dairy, Medical, Veterinary and Miscellaneous. Third Edition, Revised and Corrected by Fort Valley, Houston County Georgia. Gardening by Mr. Phineas Thornton, Camden, South Carolina, and, the book is dedicated to his wife, Mrs. Elizabeth Thornton. 1st ed. pub 1859. Lowenstein 801. Mr. Camden among other things he was a merchant who sold French garden seeds.
Also pub as The southern household companion, Philadelphia : J.B. Lippincott & co., 1878. xi 478 p. ( )
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