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Publisher: Franklin Classics Trade Press
Author: Louise Cortambert
Author: Anna Christian Burke
Another parallel is this: the first really popular English language of flower book
was Frederic Shoberl's translation of Latour, first published in 1834, The
Language of Flowers; With Illustrative Poetry. Shoberl (1775-1853) was a
journalist who ...
Author: Beverly Seaton
Publisher: University of Virginia Press
The story of the Language of Flowers in the United States displayed some of the
same features . ... the National Union Catalogue , although a clue is perhaps
given by the volume called The Language of Flowers , ( New York 1834 ) , an
Author: Jack Goody
Publisher: CUP Archive
The ladies , also born here , are familiarly acquainted with the Turkish language ,
and - as I was assured by an ear - witness ... method of Shaving - Singular
Equipages of the Ladies The Language of Flowers - Intrigues - Funeral
Author: Friedrich Tietz
Author: British Museum. Department of Printed Books
19 revised by Frederick Shoberl , The Language of Flowers with Illustrative
Poetry , first published 1834 and revised in 1846 to include “ The Calendar of
Flowers and the Dial of Flowers ” ( Saunders & Ouey : London , 1834 ) . The
number of ...
Author: Tony Williams
Publisher: Edwin Mellen Press
Author: Avero Publications Limited
The Geographical Annual for 1834 (no. 57) cost 60 cents a copy to bind, the first
printing of The Language of Flowers for 1835 cost 37V2 cents and the second 40
cents, that same title for 1836 cost 40 cents, its fifth edition in 1839 cost 33 cents,
Author: Edwin Wolf
Publisher: The Library Company of Phil
... Buckinghamshire . language of flowers that flooded the without a tail here in
NorthamptonVictorian floral book - market . ... by Mrs. Hey's Moral of Flowers ,
1834 , thought that the reproduction is of the an inclined angle , and its wings
Botany , in fact , had become a popular recreation ; flower painting , now
accorded a place among the elegant accomplishments of every ... a demand for
manuals of instruction ; and the cult of the language of flowers provided a ready
market for sentimental flower books . ... Floricultural Cabinet ( 1833-59 ) ; Joseph
Paxton , Paxton's Magazine of Botany ( 1834-49 ) ; Benjamin Maund , Botanist (
1837-46 ) .
Author: Wilfrid Blunt
Publisher: Courier Corporation
[ Tindal , C . J . — How does the occasion justify such language as this — " The
name of Green is to be rendered famous , I believe , in all sorts of dirty work " ? ]
That was intended to have reference solely to the public exhibition of flowers by
Author: Great Britain. Court of Common Pleas
Author: Miles Hadfield
the flower of nationality [itself]', which 'under the cloak of foreign rule had not [
been able to] develop as well as it had here'. The Spraek-konst [Grammar] that
Frans Donaat van Daele from Bruges had already published before the Dutch
Author: Janneke Weijermars
enrietta Dumont , The Language of Flowers , 1856 " To the youth of America ...
May it inspire our ... by the fairest flowers . " -Mrs . Sarah Josepha Hale ,
Dedication , Flora's Interpreter , 1834 " Goethe's Urpflanze * was not a sexist
Flowers large and handsome, rose coloured, sometimes white; produced
towards the top of the stems and branches, on long, ... In the Language of
Flowers the mallow is used as symbolical of a sweet and mild disposition.
coarstow or varw ...
Author: William Baxter
The flowers from him were enough ; she knew his sincerity so well , trusted to it
so completely , that she was quite sure , if he had ... and selected , she was sure ,
with reference to a recent conversation they had had on the language of flowers .
Author: Maria Edgeworth