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  1. Pliny, the Elder. C. Plinii Secundi Historiae naturalis libri xxxvii. Lugdvni Batavorum, ex Officina elzeviriana, 1635. 3 v.
  2. Virgil. The works of Virgil. John Dryden ; with Walsh's life of the author. London : Printed for J.F. Dove, Piccadilly, [18--?]
  3. Virgil. P. Virgilii Maronis Opera : nunc emendatiora. Lugd. Batavor : Ex officina Elzeviriana, 1636.
  4. Lagrenée, C. L.?. L'Art de gouverner les abeilles, et de fabriquer le miel et la cire; ouvrage contenant des instructions propres principalement aux gens de la campagne pour tirer des abeilles tout le profit possible. Seconde edition. Paris: Chez serviere, libraire, 1784.
  5. Jean Claude Pingeron, 1730-1795. Les abeilles, poeme. Traduit de l'Italien de Jean Rucellaï, enrichi de notes historiques et critiques: et suivi d’un traite de l’education de ces insectes par M. Pingeron. Amsterdam, Paris: chez Gogué, Delalain, 1770.
  6. J. S. The shepherd's kalender: or, the citizen's and country man's daily companion: treating of many things that are useful and profitable to man-kind. To which is added, the country man's almanack.... The third edition, with additions. London: Printed by and for Tho. Norris: and sold by Edw. Midwinter, at the Looking Glass on London-Bridge‚ [1725?]
  7. Charles Butler. d. 1647. Monarchia foeminina, sive, Apum historia: enarrans naturam ipsarum mirabilem & proprietates; generationem & colonias, politiam, fidem, artem, industriam, hostes, bella, magnanimitatem, &c. unâ cum legitimo earum cultu fructuque dulcissimo. Usu tractandoque explorata atq[ue] Anglicè conscripta a Carolo Butlero ... . ; Nunc primùm interprete R. Ricardi ... Latinitate donata. Londini : Typis A. C. Impensis authoris., 1673.
  8. James Lambert. The country-man's treasure: shewing the nature, causes, and cure of all diseases incident to cattle ... With proper means to prevent their common diseases and distempers ... Together with plain rules and methods for improving arable and pasture-lands: the management, improvement, and preservation of fruit-trees, plants and flowers ... with directions for encreasing and preserving of bees. To which is added, the art of hawking, hunting, angling, and the noble recreation of ringing. / By J. Lambert London : Printed for T. Norris. [1705?]
  9. James Lambert. The country-man's treasure shewing the nature, causes, and cure of all diseases incident to cattle, ... To which is added, the art of hawking, ... By J. Lambart, ... London: Printed for T. Norris, 1712. Another copy of MRB.11. missing pp. 1-6
  10. The feminine monarchie or a treatise concerning bees, and the due ordering of them: wherein the truth, found out by experience and diligent observation, discovereth the idle and fond conceipts, which many haue written anent this subiect. By Charles Butler Magd.. Oxford: Printed by Ioseph Barnes, 1609.
  11. A sure way to order bees and and fruit-trees, or, a compleat bee-master. Shewing, I. The way to manage and encreas them. IV. Directions for managing fruit-tree, &c. London: printed for G. Conyers, [1715?]
  12. Western Apiarian Society. Rules of the Western Apiarian Society, instituted for promoting the knowledge of the best method of managing bees. Exeter : Printed by R. Trewman and Son, [1799]
  13. Western Apiarian Society. Transactions of the Western Apiarian Society, 1800. Exeter : Printed and sold by Messrs. Trewman and Som; sold also by Johnson, London; Crutwell, Bath; and Brown, Bristol, [1800?]
  14. A compleat guide to gentlemen and farmers containing, I. Of horses in general. II. Of breeding, ordering, or dieting all sorts of horses. III. The most approved methods of cure for all diseases in horses. IV. Of the bull, ox, cow, and calf. V. The best methods of curing their diseases. VI. Of sheep and lambs. VII. Their diseases, and how to cure them. VIII. Of swine. IX. Their diseases, and the best methods of curing them. X. Of the nature, ordering and preservation of bees. London : Printed for S. Ford, in Holborn, [1799?]
  15. Martin, A. Nouveau manuel complet du propriétaire d’abeilles, ou Traité théorique et pratique de la culture de ces insectes. Par A. Martin. Paris: Compère Jeune, Libraire …, 1828.
  16. Les Plaisirs innocens et amoureux de la campagne, contenant le traité des mouches à miel, ou les Regles pour les bien gouverner Sur l'imprimé à Amsterdam. -- A Grenoble : Chez Alexandre Giroud ..., 1692.
  17. The husbandman's jewel, directing how to improve land from 10l. per annum, to 50l To brew ale and beer, ... to order bees and silkworms; To which are added, the arts of angling, hawking, fowling, ringing, ... London : Printed for G. Conyers, at the Ring in Little Britain, [1720?]
  18. Gervase Markham. 1568?-1637. The compleat husbandman and the gentleman’s recreation, [or, the whole art of husbandry; ... London : printed for G. Conyers, 1707.
  19. Theodorus Clutius. 1546-1598. Van de bien; haeren wonderlyken oorspronk natuer, eygenschap, krachtige ongehoorde ende zelzaeme werken; waer in bemerkt worden haere wonderlyke politien ende eerlyke regeeringen, die sy met haeren koning, ende onder malkanderen onderhouden. Zeer genuchelèyk en plaisant om lesen. Gesteld in forme van eene saemenspraeke door Theodorum Clutium. Antwerp, Petrus Josephus Rymers [1618?]. 3 v. in l. (Paged continuously)
  20. Theodorus Clutius. 1546-1598. Van de byen, haer wonderlyke oorspronk, natuer, eygenschap, krachtighe, onghehoorde en seltsame werken ... door Theodorum Clutium. Amsterdam: Gysbert de Groot, 1627.
  21. Pierre Louis de Massac. 1728-1780. Mémoire sur la manière de gouverner les abeilles dans les nouvelles ruches de bois. Par M. de Massac. Paris, Ganeau, 1766.
  22. John Gedde. A new discovery of an excellent method of bee houses & colonies, to free the owners from the great charge and trouble that attends the swarming of bees, and delivers the bees from the evil reward of ruine for the benefit they brought their masters; advantaging their owners many-fold above what-ever any method heretofore practic'd doth. Experienced seven years by John Gedde, Gent. inventor; and approved by the Royal Society at Gresham-Colledge. London : Printed for the author, and sold by D. Newman at the Kings Armes in the Poultrey; and Ship and Anchor at the Bridg-foot on Southwark-side, 1675.
  23. Frederick Slare. 1646 or 7-1727. An account of the nature and excellent properties and vertues of the Pyrmont waters; dedicated to the Royal Society. London : Printed by J. Downing; and sold by Tim. Goodwin, 1717.
  24. Everard Maynwaringe. 1628-1699?. Vita sana & longa. The preservation of health, and prolongation of life. Proposed and proved. In the due observance of remarkable prμcautions. And daily practicable rules, relating to body and mind, compendiously abstracted from theinstitutions and law of nature. By E. Maynwaringe, Dr. in physick. London : Printed by J[ohn]. D[arby]. sold by the booksellers, 1670.
  25. Robert Maxwell. 1695-1765. The practical bee-master: or, a treatise, wherein the management of bees, both in common hives, and in the colony way, without killing them for their honey, is, step by step and on all probable occurrences, better and more particularly directed, than in any book hitherto published. By Robert Maxwell of Arkland, Edinburgh : Printed by Robert Drummond, and sold by the booksellers in Edinburgh; and at Mrs. Maxwell's, 1747.
  26. Jonathan Swift. 1667-1745. A treatise on polite conversation. Added t.-p.: Compleat collection of genteel and ingenious conversation ... in several dialogues. Dublin, printed: and Belfast, re-printed, by and for S. Wilson and J. Magee, 1738.
  27. Robert Maxwell. 1695-1765. The practical bee-master: or, a treatise, wherein the management of bees, both in common hives, and in the colony way, without killing them for their honey, is, step by step and on all probable occurrences, better and more particularly directed, than in any book hitherto published. By Robert Maxwell, gent. The second edition. Printed for James Reid, Leith, 1750.
  28. Samuel Cooke. The complete English gardener: or, gardening made perfectly easy: containing full and plain directions for the proper management of the flower, fruit, and kitchen gardens, for every month in the year. ... To which is added, the complete bee-master; ... Likewise plain instructions for destroying vermin, ...By Samuel Cooke, ... London : Printed for J. Cooke, [1770?]
  29. Samuel Cooke. The compleat English gardener: or, gardening made perfectly easy: containing, full and plain directions for the proper management of the flower, fruit, and kitchen gardens. To which is added, the compleat bee-master ; ... Likewise plain instructions for destroying vermin, By Samuel Cooke, ... The second edition. London : printed for John Cooke, [1780?]
  30. Moses Rusden. A further discovery of bees Treating of the nature, government, generation & preservation of the bee. With the experiments and improvements arising from the keeping them in transparent boxes, instead of straw-hives. Also proper directions (to all such as keep bees) as well to prevent their robbing in straw-hives, as their killing in the colonies. By Moses Rusden. Published by His Majesties especial command, and approved by the Royal Society at Gresham Coll. London: Printed for the author, and are to be sold at his house next the sign of the King's Arms in the owling-Alley, near the Abby in Westminster: and by Henry Million, bookseller, at the Bible in the Old-Bayley, 1679.
  31. Jacques Vanière. 1664-1739. Praedium rusticum. Jacobi Vanierii e Societate Jesu Praedium rusticum. Tolosae: Apud Petrum Robert, 1730.
  32. Robert Sydserff. Sydserff's treatise on bees; being the result of upwards of thirty years experience. By R. Sydserff. Salisbury : Printed by B.C. Collins, 1792.
  33. Johann Friedrich August Goettling. 1753-1809. Vollständiges chemisches Probir-cabinet. English. Description of a portable chest of chemistry; or complete collection of chemical tests. Invented by J. F. A. Gottling. Translated from the original German. London : printed for C. and G. Kearsley, 1791.
  34. Guillaume Louis Formanoir de Palteau. 1712. Nouvelle construction de ruches de bois, avec la façon d'y gouverner les abeilles, inventeé par M. Palteau; et l'histoire naturelle de ces insectes. Le tout arrangé & mis en ordre par M. *** Avec des figures en taille-douce. Metz: Chez J. Collignon, 1756.
  35. John Gedde. The English apiary; or, the compleat bee-master. Unfolding the whole art and mystery of the management of bees being a collection and improvement of what has been written by all authors, relating to this subject, as well antient as modern. With a new discovery of an excellent method for making bee-houses and colonies, to free the owners from the great charge and trouble that attends the swarming of bees, and is much more advantageous than any method hitherto practised. By John Gedde, Esq. London: Printed for E. Curll, W. Mears, and T. Corbet, in the Strand, 1721.
  36. John Gardener Reid. The Scots gard'ner. The Scots gardiner for the climate of Scotland, ... Together with The gardiner's kalendar, The florist's vade-mecum, The practical, bee-master, Observations on the weather, and the Earl of Haddington's Treatise on forest-trees. Written originally by John Reid, and now carefully corrected, with alterations and additions, by an Eminent Hand. Edinburgh : Printed for James Reid, Leith, 1756.
  37. Virgil. The works of Virgil: : containing his Pastorals, Georgics, and Aeneis. Translated into English verse; by Mr. Dryden. In three volumes. London: Printed for Jacob Tonson in the Strand‚1730.
  38. Richard Brookes. fl. 1721-1763. A new and accurate system of natural history; containing I. The history of quadrupedes, II. The history of birds; III. The history of fishes and serpents, IV. The history of insects, V. The history of waters, earths,stones, fossils, and minerals; VI. The history of vegetables, By R. Brookes, in six volumes. London : Printed for J. Newbery, 1766.
  39. Combles, de, d. 1770?. A treatise on the culture of peach trees. To which is added, a treatise on the management of bees; and the improved treatment of them. By Thomas Wildman. London: printed for the author. And, Dublin re-printed by John Exshaw, 1768.
  40. Noel Antoine Pluche. 1688-1761. Spectacle de la nature: or, nature display'd. Being discourses on such particulars of natural history as were thought most proper to excite the curiosity, and form the minds of youth. Illustrated with copper plates. Translated from the original French, by Mr Humphreys. The fifth edition, corrected. London: Printed for R. Francklin; C. Davis; and J. Pemberton, 1740. 3 v.
  41. Der vollsommene Bienenmeister; oder practische unweisung zur wartung der Bienen, um von denselben den möglichsten Ruzen zu ziehen. Aus eignen Erfahrungen gesammelt von J. E. Gratz : Im verlag bei Johann Andreas Rienreich, 1792.
  42. Jean Baptiste Simon. Le gouvernement admirable, ou, La république des abeilles, et les moyens d'en tirer une grande utilité Troisieme édition, revue, corrigée, & considérablement Augmentée. Paris: Nyon, 1758.
  43. Jacques Vanière. 1664-1739. Praedium rusticum, nova editio. Parisiis, typ. Jos. Barbou, 1774.
  44. Adam Gottlob Schirach. d. 1773. Sächsischer bienenvater, oder des herrn Palteau von Metz neue bauart hölzerner bienenstöcke, nebst der kunst, die bienen zu warten, und einer naturgeschichte dieser insekten : aus dem französischen übersetzt : und als ein praktsches bienen-buch, für bienenfruende und hausväter hiesiger lande, mit nützlichen enmerkungen und vieljährigen neuen erfahrungen vermehret. herausgegeben von Adam Gottlob Schirach; mit einer vorrede herrn D. und prof. Schrebers. Leipzig: A. J. Spiekermann, 1766.
  45. Jean Baptiste Simon. Le gouvernement admirable, ou, La republique des abeilles: avec les moyens d'en tirer une grande utilite. A la Haye : Chez Pierre de Hondt, 1740.
  46. Noël Antoine Pluche. 1688-1761. Spectacle de la nature. English. Spectacle de la nature: or, nature delineated; being philosophical conversations. Wherein the wonderful works of providence, in the animal, vegetable and mineral creation are laid open; Translated from the original French, by John Kelly. D. Bellamy, and J. Sparrow, The whole embellish'd with a great variety of copperplates, The third edition, with large additions, carefully revised and corrected: London: printed for James Hodges, 1744.
  47. Noël Antoine Pluche. 1688-1761. Spectacle de la nature. English. Nature delineated: being, a new translation of those universally admir'd philosophical conversations, entitled, Spectacle de la nature: compiled originally for the rational amusement of young noblemen. By D. Bellamy, gent. The whole embellish'd with a large variety of curious copper plates, London: printed for, and sold by J. Hodges, 1739.
  48. Henry Stevenson. The young gard'ner's director. The gentleman gardener instructed in sowing, planting, pruning, and grafting seeds, plants, flowers, and trees; also in the management of bees. To which is added The gard'ner's kalendar, By the Reverend Mr. Stevenson. The fifth edition, with many new additions and improvements. London: printed for J. Hinton, 1764.
  49. De re rustica M. Catonis lib. I. M. Terentii Varronis lib. III. Palladii lib. XIIII. Lugduni: Apud S. Gryphium, 1537.
  50. Joseph Blagrave. 1610-1682. The epitome of the art of husbandry. Comprizing all necessary directions for the improvement of it, viz. plowing, sowing, grafting, gardening, ordering of flowers, herbs; directions for the use of the angle; ordering of bees: togetherwith the gentlemans heroick exercise; discoursing of horses, their nature, and use, with their diseases and remedies: of oxen, cows, calves, sheep, hogs, with the manner of ordering them, their diseases and remedies. Of the nature of marle, the best way of planting clover-grass, hops, saffron, liquorice, hemp, &c. To which is annexed by way of appendix, a new method of planting fruit-trees, and improving of an orchard: with directions for taking, ordering, teaching, and curing of singing birds, and other useful additions. By J.B. Gent. London : printed for Benjamin Billingsley, 1675.
  51. Noel Antoine Pluche. 1688-1761. Spectacle de la nature: or, nature display'd. Being discourses on such particulars of natural history as were thought most proper to excite the curiosity, and form the minds of youth. Illustrated with copper plates. Translated from the original French, by Mr Humphreys. The fifth edition, corrected. London : Printed for R. Francklin; C. Davis; and J. Pemberton, 1740. 3 v.
  52. Bernard Mandeville. 1670-1733. The fable of the bees: or, private vices, public benefits. With, An essay on charity and charity-schools; and, A search into the nature of society. The ninth edition: to which is added, A vindication of the book ... Edinburgh: printed for W. Gray and W. Peter, 1755.
  53. Bernard Mandeville. 1670-1733. The fable of the bees. Part II. By the author of the first. Edinburgh: printed for W. Gray and W. Peter, 1755.
  54. Nicholas Culpeper. 1616-1654. The English physician enlarged, with three hundred and sixty-nine medicines, made of English herbs, that were not in any impression until this. By Nich.Culpepper, London: printed for P. M'Queen, J. Laikington [sic], J. Mathews; Wilson and Spence, York; J. Binns, Leeds; Jo. Clarke and Co. Manchester [and 1 in Gainsborough, 1 in Leith], 1788.
  55. Gilles Augustin Bazin. d. 1754. Histoire naturelle des abeilles. Seconde edition. Paris: Freres Guerin, 1747. 2 v.
  56. Joseph Warder. fl. 1688-1718. The true amazons: or, the monarchy of bees. Being a new discovery and improvement of those wonderful creatures. Also how to make the English wine or mead, By Joseph Warder, The fourth edition corrected. London: printed for John Pemberton, and William Taylor, 1720.
  57. Henry Stevenson. The gentleman gardener instructed in sowing, planting, pruning, and grafting seeds, plants, flowers, and trees; also in the manner of making wines from the fruits of the garden; and in the management of bees. To which is added the gardener's kalendar, By the Reverend Mr. Stevenson, The seventh edition, carefully revised and corrected, with many new additions and improvements. London: printed for J. Hinton, 1766.
  58. Rei rusticae auctores Latini veteres, M. Cato, M. Varro, L. Columella, Palladius: Priores tres, e vetustiss. editionibus; quartus, e veteribus membranis aliquammultis in locis emendatiores: Cum tribus indicibus, capitum, auctorum, & rerum ac verborum memorabilium; Criticorum & expositorum in eosdem atque Geoponices Graecos notationes seorsum dabuntur. Heidelbergae: Ex Hier. Commelini typographio, 1595.
  59. The complete family-piece: and, country gentleman, and farmer's best guide. In three parts. With a complete alphabetical index to each part. The third edition improved. London: printed for C. Rivington; S. Birt; T. Longman; C. Hitch; and J. Clarke, 1741.
  60. Thomas Boreman. fl. 1730-1743. A description of above three hundred animals, viz. Beasts, birds, and insects. With a particular account of the manner of catching whales in Greenland. Illustrated with copper-plates, Glasgow : printed for James Lumsden, engravers, 1794.
  61. Thomas Boreman. fl. 1730-1743. A description of above three hundred animals: viz. beasts, birds, fishes, serpents, and insects. With an introductory essay on other objects of nature extracted from the best authors, and adapted to the use of all capacities, illustrated with 100 elegant copper plates. Perth: Printed for James Morison, 1807.
  62. Joseph Warder. fl. 1688-1718. The true amazons: or, the monarchy of bees: being a new discovery and improvement of those wonderful creatures. Also how to make the English wine or mead, By Joseph Warder. London: printed by I. Dawks, for, and sold by John Pemberton, 1712.
  63. François Xavier Duchet. Culture des abeilles, ou, Méthode expérimentale et raisonnée sur les moyens de tirer meilleur parti des abeilles, par une construction de ruches mieux assorties à leur instinct: avec une dissertation nouvelle sur l'origine de lacire. par Mr. Duchet. A Fribourg: Chez Me. Eggendorffer, libraire, 1771.
  64. Joseph Blagrave. 1610-1682. The epitomie of the art of husbandry. Comprizing all necessary directions for the improvement of it, viz. plowing, sowing, grafting, gardening, ordering of flowers, herbs; directions for the use of the angle; ordering of bees: togetherwith the gentlemans heroick exercise; discoursing of horses, their nature, and use, with their diseases and remedies: of oxen, cows, calves, sheep, hogs, with the manner of ordering them, their diseases and remedies. Of the nature of marle, the best way of planting clover-grass, hops, saffron, liquorice, hemp, &c. To which is annexed by way of appendix, a new method of planting fruit-trees, and improving of an orchard: with directions for taking, ordering, teaching, and curing of singing birds, and other useful additions. By J.B.Gent. London: printed for Benjamin Billingsley, at the sign of the Printing Press, in the piazza of the Royal Exchange, over against Popes-Head-Alley, in Cornhill, 1685.
  65. James Bonner. writer on bee-keeping. The bee-master's companion, and assistant. Wherein is set forth the properest methods of managing those insects, so as they may turn out to the best advantage. By James Bonner, Berwick: printed by J. Taylor, for the author; and sold by him, and Mr. Nesbitt; and Mr. Nealson, Haddington, 1789.
  66. S. F. Wurster. Vollständige unleitung zu einer nüzlichen dauerhaften Magazin- Bienenzucht von M. S. F. Wurster. Tübingen: bei Jacob Friederich Heerbrandt, 1790.
  67. Stephen White. b. 1696 or 7. Collateral bee-boxes: or, a new, easy, and advantageous method of managing bees. In which part of the honey is taken away, in an easy and pleasant manner, By Stephen White, The third edition, improved. London : printed for L. Davis and C. Reymers, 1764.
  68. Richard Remnant. A discourse or historie of bees. Shewing their nature and usage, and the great profit of them. VVhereunto is added the causes, and cure of blasted wheat. And some remedies for blasted hops, and rie, and fruit. Together with the causes of smutty wheat: all which are very usefull for this later age. Written by RichardRemnant. London: Printed by Robert Young for Thomas Slater, dwelling in duck lane at the white Swan, 1637.
  69. John Levett. The ordering of bees: or, The true history of managing them from time to time, with their hony and waxe, shewing their nature and breed. As also what trees, plants, and hearbs are good for them, and namely what are hurtfull: together with the extraordinary profit arising from them. Set forth in a dialogue, resolving all doubts whatsoever. By the late unparalell'd experience of Iohn Levett, Gent. London : printed by Thomas Harper, for Iohn Harison, 1634.
  70. William Lawson. fl. 1618. A new orchard, and garden: or, The best way for planting, grafting, and to make any ground good, for a rich orchard: particularly in the north, and generally for the Whole common-wealth, as in nature, reason, situation, and allprobability, may and doth appeare. With the country-housewifes garden for herbsof common use: their virtues, seasons, profits, ornaments, variety of knots, models for trees, and plots for the best ordering of grounds and walkes. As also, the husbandry of bees, with their severall uses and annoyances. All beingthe experience of forty and eight yeares labour, and now the second time corrected and much enlarged, by William Lawson. Whereunto is newly added the art of propagating plants; with the true ordering of all manner of fruits, in their gathering, carrying home, and preservation. London : printed by W. Wilson, for E. Brewster, and George Sawbridge, at the Bible on Ludgate-Hill, neere Fleet-bridge, 1653.
  71. Gervase Markham. 1568?-1637. Country contentments, or, The husbandmans recreations contayning the wholesome experiences in which any man ought to recreate himself after the toyle of more serious business: as namely hunting, hawking, coursing with greyhounds, and the lawes of the lease, shooting in longbow or crossbow, bowling, tennis, baloone : the whole art of angling and the use of the fighting cock. by G. M. The seventh edition newly corrected, enlarged, and adorned with many excellent additions. London: Printed by W. Wilson for E. Brewster and George Sawbridge., 1654.
  72. Jacob Isaac. The general apiarian, wherein a simple, humane, and advantageous method of obtaining the produce of bees, without destroying them, is pointed out in a series of letters to a friend. By J. Isaac, Exeter: printed and sold by Messrs. Trewman and Son; sold also by Johnson, London; and Brown, Bristol,1799.
  73. Joseph Warder. fl. 1688-1718. The true amazons: or, the monarchy of bees. Being a new discovery and improvement of those wonderful creatures. Also how to make the English wine or mead, By Joseph Warder, The eighth edition. London: printed for T. Longman, and T. Astley; and sold by R. Baldwin, jun., 1749.
  74. Joseph Warder. fl. 1688-1718. The true amazons: or, the monarchy of bees: being a new discovery and improvement of those wonderful creatures. Also how to make the English wine or mead, By Joseph Warder. The second edition with additions. London : printed for John Pemberton, and William Taylor, 1713.
  75. Joseph Warder. fl. 1688-1718. The true amazons: or, the monarchy of bees. Being a new discovery and improvement of those wonderful creatures. Also how to make the English wine or mead, By Joseph Warder. The fifth edition. To which is added, a letter from the author, London : printed for John Pemberton; and William Taylor, 1722.
  76. Joseph Warder. fl. 1688-1718. The true amazons: or, the monarchy of bees. Being a new discovery and improvement of those wonderful creatures. Also, how to make the English wine or mead, By Joseph Warder, The ninth edition. London : printed forR. Baldwin and T. Longman, 1765.
  77. John Worlidge. fl. 1660-1698. Vinetum Britannicum: or A treatise of cider, and other wines and drinks extracted from fruits growing in this kingdom. With the method of propagating all sorts of vinous fruittrees. And a description of the new-invented ingenio or mill, for the more expeditious making of cider. And also the right way of making metheglin and birch-wine. The second impression, much enlarged. To which is added, a discourse teaching the best way of improving bees. With copper plates. By J. Worlidge. Gent. London : printed for Thomas Dring, over against the Inner-Temple-gate; and Thomas Burrel, at the Golden-ball under St. Dunstan's Church in Fleet-street, 1678.
  78. Newton, James, 1670?-1750. A compleat herbal of the late James Newton, M. D. containing the prints and the English names of several thousand trees, plants, shrubs, London: printed by E. Cave; and sold by Mr Watson; Mr Parker, at Oxford; Mr Sandby, in Fleet-street, 1752.
  79. Jean-Jacques Rousseau. 1712-1778. An expostulatory letter from J. J. Rousseau, citizen of Geneva, to Christopher de Beaumont, To which is prefixed, the mandate of the said prelate, and also the proceedings of the Parliament of Paris, relative to the new treatise on education, intitled Emilius. London: printed for T. Becket and P. A. de Hondt, 1763.
  80. Anton Raphael Mengs. 1728-1779. Sketches on the art of painting; with a description of the most capital pictures in the King of Spain's palace at Madrid. In a letter from Sir Anthony Raphael Mengs, to Don Antonio Ponz, Translated from the original Spanish, by John Talbot Dillon, London: printed for R. Baldwin, 1782.
  81. Richard Price. 1723-1791. Observations on the nature of civil liberty, the principles of government, and the justice and policy of the war with America. To which are added, an appendix and postscript, containing a state of the national debt, By Richard Price, The eighth edition, newly corrected by the author. Edinburgh: Printed for J. Wood and J. Dickson, 1776.
  82. James Petrie. b. ca. 1686. The Scots apiary: or, the compleat bee-master. Unfolding the whole art and mystery of managing bees. To which is added, the cultivation of hopps and lyquorice root, With an appendix, containing some remarkable occurences during the authors life. By James Petrie Glasgow: printed for, and to be sold by the author, 1769.
  83. James Oswald. d. 1793. Some thoughts relating to that submission and obedience due to the authority and decisions of the supreme judicature of the church. Communicated in two letters from one clergyman to another. Edinburgh: printed for Charles Wright, 1753.
  84. An extract from a pamphlet entitled, An humble acknowledgement of the sins of the ministry of Scotland. Published in the year 1732. Edinburgh : printed in the year, 1771.
  85. Thomas Hill. b. ca. 1528. The arte of gardening, wherunto is added much necessarie matter, with a numberof secrets: and the phisicke helps belonging to each hearb, which are easily prepared. Heer-vnto is annexed two proper treatises, the first intituled The meruailous gouerment [sic], propertie, & benefite of bees, with the rare secrets of the honie and waxe: the other, The yearly coniectures, verie necessary for husband-men. To these is likewise ioyned a treatise of the arte of graffing and planting of trees. Gathered by Thomas Hill, citizen of London. London : Imprinted by Edward Allde [and H. Ballard], 1608. [8], 164, [8], 92 p.
  86. Thomas Hill. b. ca. 1528. The profitable arte of gardening: to which is added much necessarie matter, and a number of secrets, with the phisicke helps belonging to each hearbe, and that easily prepared. To this is annexed two proper treatises, the one entituled, The meruailous gouernment, propertie, and benefite of bees, with the rare secretes of the honnie and waxe. And the other, The yerely coniectures meete for husbandmen. To these is likewise added a treatise of the arte of graffing and planting of trees. Gathered by Thomas Hyll, citizen of London. London: Imprinted by Edward Allde, 1593. [8], 164, [8], 92 p.
  87. Jean-Baptiste Joachim Gervais. L’histoire et l’éducation des abeilles; avec la maniere de séparer le miel de la cire, & d’en mettre à profit tout ce qui en est susceptible. Par Jean-Baptiste Joachim Gervais. Aix : Mouret, [1794?]
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  89. Johann Ludwig Christ. 1739-1813. Anweisung zur nützlichsten und angenehmsten bienenzucht für alle gegenden; bei welcher in einem mittelmässig guten bienenjahr von 25 guten bienenstèocken 100 fl. und in einem recht guten bienenjahr 200 fl. gewonnen werden kèonnen, und dennoch ieder stock in guten stande bleibet; geprüfet, und zum gemeinen nutzen und vergnügen herausgegeben von J.L. Christ. Zweite vermehrte und verbesserte Auflage ... Frankfurt und Leipzig, Fleischerische buchhandling,1783.
  90. Baldwin J. P. Bastard. The poor bee-keeper’s friend, or an easy method of keeping bees. Adapted for the use of the cottager, by Baldwin J.P. Bastard. Exeter : Spencer Printer, [18--?]
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  92. Pierre Louis Du Couëdic de Villeneuve. 1743-1822. La ruche pyramidale, méthode simple et naturelle. par P. Ducouédic. Seconde édition. Paris : Courcier, 1813.
  93. L. Laurens. Memoire sur le sirop et le sucre de raisin ou recueil d'observations faites sur les raisins du Département des Bouches-du-Rhône. Par L. Laurens, pharmacien à Marseille, expharmacien en chef de l'Hospice civil et militaire, membre de L'Académie et de la Société de Médecine de la même ville. A Marseille: Chez Jean Mossy, Imprimeur-Libraire à la Canebière, 1810.
  94. Gervase Markham. 1568?-1637. The English hous-wife, containing the inward and outward vertues which ought to be in a compleat woman. As her skill in physick, surgery, cookery, extraction of oyles, banquetting stuffe, ordering of great feasts, preserving of all sorts of wines, conceited secrets, distillations, perfumes, ordering of wooll, hemp, flax, making cloth, and dying, the knowledge of dayries, office of malting, of oates, their excellent uses in a family, of brewing, baking, and all other things belonging to an houshold. A work generally approved, and now the fifth time much augmented, purged, and made most profitable and necessary for all men, and the generall good of this nation. By G.M. London : printed by W[illiam]. Wilson, for E[dward]. Brewster, and George Sawbridge, at the Bible on Ludgate-Hill, neere Fleet-bridge, 1653.
  95. Joseph Warder. fl. 1688-1718. The true amazons: or, the monarchy of bees. Being a new discovery and improvement of those wonderful creatures. Also how to make the English wine or mead, By Joseph Warder. The fifth edition. To which is added, a letter from the author, London : printed for John Pemberton; and William Taylor, 1722.
  96. John Thorley. Melissēlogia. Or, the female monarchy. Being an enquiry into the nature, order, and government of bees, those admirable, instructive, and useful insects. By the Reverend Mr. John Thorley, of Oxon. Illustrated with copper-plates. London : printed for the author; and sold by N. Thorley; and J. Davidson, 1744.
  97. Samuel Hartlib his legacie: or An enlargement of the Discourse of husbandry used in Brabant & Flaunders: wherein are bequeathed to the common-wealth of England, more outlandish and domestick experiments and secrets, in reference touniversall husbandry. The second edition augmented with an appendix. Entered according to the late act concerning printing. London: printed by R. & W. Leybourn, for Richard Wodenothe, in Leaden-Hall Market, next door to the GoldenHart, 1652.
  98. Gervase Markham. 1568?-1637. The inrichment of the weald of Kent. Or, A direction to the husband-man, for the true ordering, manuring and inriching of all the grounds within the wealds of Kent, and Sussex; and may generally serve for all the grounds in England of that nature: as, I. Shewing the nature of wealdish grounds, comparing it with the soyl [sic] of the shires at large. 2. Declaring what the marl is, and the severall sorts thereof, and where it is usually found. 3. The profitable use of Marl, and other rich manuring, as well in each sort of arable land, as also forthe increase of corn and pasture through the kingdome. Painefully gathered for the good of this iland, [sic] by a man of great eminence and worth, but revised, inlarged, and corrected with the consent, and by conference with the first author. By G. M. London: printed by W. Wilson, for E. Brewster and George Sawbridge, at the Bible on Ludgate-Hill, neere Fleet-bridge, 1653.
  99. The curious traveller. Being a choice collection of very remarkable histotories [sic], voyages, travels, &c. digested into familiar letters and conversations. Adorn'd with cuts. London: printed for J. Rowland, 1742.
  100. Thomas Wildman. Abhandlung von der Wartung der Bienen, worinnen die natürliche Geschichte dieser Insekten, nebst den verschiedenen sowohl bey den alten als neuern bekannten Methoden ihrer zu pflegen, wie auch einer nunmehro verbesserten Anweisung hierzu, enthalten: welchem allen eine natürliche Geschichte der Wespen und Hornissen, nebst den Mitteln sie zu vertilgen, angehängt ist: mit Kupfern erläutert, von Thomas Wildmann. Auf Beranlassung einer hochansehnlichen oekonomischen Gesellschaft zu Leipzig, aus dem Engländischen übersetzt, und zugleich mit Anmerkungen einiger Mitglieder der Oberlausitzer Bienengesellschaft versehen. Leipzig, J. F. Junius, 1769.
  101. John Worlidge. fl. 1660-1698. A compleat system of husbandry and gardening; or, the gentleman's companion, in the business and pleasures of a country life. The whole collected from, and containing what is most valuable in all the books hitherto written upon this subject; London : printed for J. Pickard, A. Bettesworth, and E. Curll, 1716.
  102. William Lawson, fl. 1618. A new orchard and garden, or, The best way for planting, grafting, and to makeany ground good for a rich orchard particularly in the north, and generally for the whole common-wealth with the country-housewifes garden for herbs of common use as also, the husbandry of bees, with their several uses and annoyances: all being the experience of forty and eight yeares of labour by William Lawson; whereunto is newly added the art of propagating plants. The second time corrected and much enlarged. London: Printed by W. Wilson, for E. Brewster and George Sawbridge, 1656.
  103. Gervase Markham. 1568?-1637. Cheape and good husbandry for the well-ordering of all beasts and fowles, and for the generall cure of their diseases. Containing the natures, breeding, choice, vse, feeding, and curing of the diseases of all manner of cattell, as horse, oxe, cow, sheepe, goats, swine, and tame conies. Shewing further, the whole art of riding great horses, with the breaking and ordering of them, and the dieting of the running, hunting, and ambling horse, and the manner how to use them in their travaile. Also, approved rules for the cramming and fatting of all sorts of poultry and fowles. Together with the use and profit of bees, the making of fish-ponds, and the taking of all sorts of fish. Gathered together for the generall good and profit of this whole realme differing from all former and forraine experiments, which either agreed not with our clime, or were too hard to come by, or over-costly, and to little purpose: all which herein are avoyded. Newly corrected and inlarged with many excellent additions, as may appeare by this marke. The sixth edition. Printed at London: By Ann Griffin, for Iohn Harison, and are to be sold at his shop in Pater- noster-row, 1631 [i.e. 1637?]
  104. Gervase Markham. 1568?-1637. Cheape and good husbandry for the well-ordering of all beasts and fowles and for the generall cure of their diseases. The eighth edition newly corrected and inlarged, with many excellent additions. London: Printed by Thomas Harper for John Harrison and are to be sold at his shop, 1653.
  105. Gervase Markham. 1568?-1637. Cheape and good husbandry for the well-ordering of all beasts and fowles, and for the general cure of their diseases. The ninth edition. London : Printed by W. Wilson, for E. Brewster, and George-Sawbridge, 1657.
  106. Thomas Tusser. 1524?-1580. Five hundred points of good husbandry. As well for the champion or open countrey, as also for the woodland or several, mixed in every moneth, with houswifery, over and besides the book of houswifery. Corrected, better ordered ,and newly augmented to a fourth part more, with divers other lessons, as a diet for the farmer, of the properties of winds, plants, hops, hearbs, bees, and approved remedies for sheep and cattel; with many other matters both profitable, and not unpleasant to the reader. Also two tables, one of husbandry, and the other of houswifery, at the end of the book, for the better and easier finding out of any matter contained in the same. Newly set forth by Thomas Tusser, gent. London : printed by T[homas]. R[atcliffe]. and M[ary]. D[aniel]. for the Company of Stationers, 1672.
  107. Charles Butler. d. 1647. The feminine monarchie: or the historie of bees. Shewing their admirable nature, and properties, their generation, and colonies, their gouernment, loyaltie, art, industrie, enemies, warres, magnanimitie, &c. Together with the right ordering of them from time to time: and the sweet profit arising thereof. Written out of experience by Charles Butler. London: printed by Iohn Hauiland for Roger Iackson, and are to be sold at his shop in Fleetstreet, oueragainst the Conduit, 1623.
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