The English Herbal:
History of Plants.
I. Their Names, Greek, Latine and English.
II. Their Species, or various Kinds.
III. Their Descriptions.
IV. Their Places of Growth.
V. Their Times of Flowering and Seeding.
VI. Their Qualities or Properties.
VII. Their Specifications.
VIII. Their Preparations, Galenick and Chymick.
IX. Their Virtues and Uses.
X. A Complete Florilegium, of all the Choice Flowers Cultivated by our Florists, interspersed through the whole Work, in their proper Places; where you have their Culture, Choice, Increase, and Way of Management, as well for Profit as Delectation.
Adorned with Exquisite ICONS or FIGURES, of the most considerable Species, representing to the LIFE, the true Forms of those several PLANTS.
The whole in an Alphabetical Order.
By William Salmon, M. D.
Printed by I. DAWKS for H. RHODES, at the Star, the Corner of Bride-Lane, in Fleet-Street, and J. TAYLOR, at the Ship in Pater-noster-Row. M. DCC. X.
Botanologia, or The English Herbal, was written by William Salmon, M.D., in 1710.
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