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The American Gardener's Magazine and Register, Vol. 1

The American Gardener's Magazine and Register, Vol. 1

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Excerpt from The American Gardener's Magazine and Register, Vol. 1: Of Useful Discoveries and Improvements in Horticulture and Rural Affairs

These are, however, but a few of the subjects treated of, and which constitute only a small part of the original contributions.

In the next Volume it is intended to give more engravings, particularly plans of some of the best green-houses, accompanied, perhaps, in some instances, with the expense attending the erection of the same. These, we anticipate, will be of great value not only to gentlemen who wish to build, but to all our readers. The original Communications we intend shall be of the first character, and will treat of those subjects which are considered of the most importance, embracing every branch of horticulture. In the Review department we have promised aid, and such, we hope, as will enable us to do justice to any work we may have the pleasure of noticing. Under the head of Miscellaneous Intelligence will be collected together, notices of the progress of horticulture in England, France, Germany, &c.; and also all items of information which may be interesting to the lover of gardening. Great attention will be given to the literary character of the work.

We might enlarge upon the objects of our Magazine, and point out many benefits, which, we believe, it has been instrumental in bringing about; but we have already extended our limits.

It is a source of the highest gratification to know that our zeal to disseminate a taste for gardening pursuits, has not been unattended with favourable results. Pursuing the study of Horticulture as much from inclination as from interest, it will be our greatest ambition to promote its advancement, in a high degree; and a consciousness that we are imparting knowledge and pleasure to any class of individuals, will cause us to continue our exertions with renewed vigor. To our friends who have so liberally favored us with communications, we return our humble, heartfelt, thanks; their kindness will long be remembered: we earnestly solicit them to continue their valuable assistance.

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