Mirror of Literature, 6 (1825), 131–32.
Origin of Fruits, &c. in England
P T W, pseud. [Peter T Westcott] *
After detailing the introduction of various fruit species, the writer refers to Miller 1724, observing that it is 'a work of great celebrity' which 'may be said to have laid the foundation of all the horticultural taste and knowledge in England' (132).
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