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A description of a patent hot-house: which operates chiefly by the heat of the sun, without the aid of flues, or tan bark, or steam, for the purpose of heating it

 
HOLLIS Number
Contributors
Anderson, James, 1739-1808.; Knight, T. A. (Thomas Andrew), 1759-1838.; Forsyth, William, 1737-1804.
Publication
London: Printed for J. Cumming ..., 1803

Description

x, [2], 248, [2] p., [1] leaf of plates

Colophon: Holborn : S. Gosnell, printer ...

Errata: at foot of p. 248.

Printer's advertisement: [2] p. at end.

 

Subject

Greenhouses -- Great Britain -- Design and construction.; Greenhouses -- Great Britain -- Heating and ventilation.; Greenhouse gardening -- Early works to 1800.