RHS Pocket Diary 2019

This stunning RHS Pocket Diary 2019 brings together a beautiful collection of botanical illustrations by Beatrix Stanley, showcasing work held in the RHS's world-famous Lindley Library.

RHS Pocket Diary 2019

The RHS Diary 2019 brings together a beautiful collection of botanical illustrations by Beatrix Stanley, showcasing work held in the RHS's world-famous Lindley Library. This week-to-view diary is illustrated in colour throughout and has a ribbon marker.

Royal Horticultural Society Wild in the Garden Pocket Diary 2020

RHS FLOWER SHOWS 2020 The Royal Horticultural Society holds a number of
prestigious flower shows throughout the year. At the time of going to ... First
published in 2019 by White Lion Publishing, an imprint of The Quarto Group. The
Old ...

Royal Horticultural Society Wild in the Garden Pocket Diary 2020


RHS Desk Diary 2019

This stunning RHS Desk Diary 2019 brings together a beautiful collection of botanical illustrations by Beatrix Stanley, showcasing work held in the RHS's world-famous Lindley Library.

RHS Desk Diary 2019

The RHS Diary 2019 brings together a beautiful collection of botanical illustrations by Beatrix Stanley, showcasing work held in the RHS's world-famous Lindley Library. This week-to-view diary is illustrated in colour throughout and has a ribbon marker.

RHS Wild in the Garden Diary 2019

Celebrating the wonder of British wildlife, this beautiful week-to-view 2019 diary is illustrated with stunning photographs of birds, mammals, amphibians, insects, flora and fauna.

RHS Wild in the Garden Diary 2019

The RHS Wild in the Garden Diary 2019 celebrates British wildlife. It is illustrated with photographs of birds, mammals, amphibians, insects, flora and fauna and includes ideas and tips on how to manage your garden to enhance wildlife potential, and add interest and enjoyment.

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her pocket. ... Sandra kept a diary: The Royal Garden Party at Buckingham
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NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • The intimate, inspiring, and authoritative biography of Sandra Day O’Connor, America’s first female Supreme Court justice, drawing on exclusive interviews and first-time access to Justice O’Connor’s archives “She’s a hero for our time, and this is the biography for our time.”—Walter Isaacson Finalist for the Los Angeles Times Book Prize • Named One of the Best Books of the Year by NPR and The Washington Post She was born in 1930 in El Paso and grew up on a cattle ranch in Arizona. At a time when women were expected to be homemakers, she set her sights on Stanford University. When she graduated near the top of her law school class in 1952, no firm would even interview her. But Sandra Day O’Connor’s story is that of a woman who repeatedly shattered glass ceilings—doing so with a blend of grace, wisdom, humor, understatement, and cowgirl toughness. She became the first ever female majority leader of a state senate. As a judge on the Arizona Court of Appeals, she stood up to corrupt lawyers and humanized the law. When she arrived at the United States Supreme Court, appointed by President Ronald Reagan in 1981, she began a quarter-century tenure on the Court, hearing cases that ultimately shaped American law. Diagnosed with cancer at fifty-eight, and caring for a husband with Alzheimer’s, O’Connor endured every difficulty with grit and poise. Women and men who want to be leaders and be first in their own lives—who want to learn when to walk away and when to stand their ground—will be inspired by O’Connor’s example. This is a remarkably vivid and personal portrait of a woman who loved her family, who believed in serving her country, and who, when she became the most powerful woman in America, built a bridge forward for all women. Praise for First “Cinematic . . . poignant . . . illuminating and eminently readable . . . First gives us a real sense of Sandra Day O’Connor the human being. . . . Thomas gives O’Connor the credit she deserves.”—The Washington Post “[A] fascinating and revelatory biography . . . a richly detailed picture of [O’Connor’s] personal and professional life . . . Evan Thomas’s book is not just a biography of a remarkable woman, but an elegy for a worldview that, in law as well as politics, has disappeared from the nation’s main stages.”—The New York Times Book Review

An Economic History of the English Garden

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Geography of Georgian England (New Haven and ... 2015) Department of
Culture, Media and Sport, The Royal Parks: Annual Report and Accounts 2015–
2016 (London: ... Food Statistics Pocketbook (London: Department of the
Environment, 2016) Desmond, Ray G. C., 'Victorian Gardening ... of Forest-Trees
and the Propagation of Timber in His Majesty's Dominions (London: John Martyn
for the Royal Society, ...

An Economic History of the English Garden

'Roderick Floud's ground-breaking study of the history, money, places and personalities involved in British gardens over the past 350 years gives fascinating insight into why gardening is part of this country's soul.' Michael Heseltine, Deputy Prime Minister (1996-1997) 'Thousands of books have been written about the history of British gardens but Roderick Floud, one of Britain's most distinguished economic historians, asks new and important questions: how much did gardens cost to build and maintain, and where did the money come from? Superbly researched, it is full of information which will surprise both economists and gardeners. The book is fun as well as edifying: Floud shows us gardens grand and humble, and introduces us gardeners, plantsmen and technologies in wonderful varieties.' Jane Humphries, Centennial Professor, London School of Economics At least since the seventeenth century, most of the English population have been unable to stop making, improving and dreaming of gardens. Yet in all the thousands of books about them, this is the first to address seriously the question of how much gardens and gardening have cost, and to work out the place of gardens in the economic, as well as the horticultural, life of the nation. It is a new kind of gardening history. Beginning with the Restoration of Charles II in 1660, Roderick Floud describes the role of the monarchy and central and local government in creating gardens, as well as that of the (generally aristocratic or plutocratic) builders of the great gardens of Stuart, Georgian and Victorian England. He considers the designers of these gardens as both artists and businessmen - often earning enormous sums by modern standards, matched by the nurserymen and plant collectors who supplied their plants. He uncovers the lives and rewards of working gardeners, the domestic gardens that came with the growth of suburbs and the impact of gardening on technical developments from man-made lakes to central heating. AN ECONOMIC HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH GARDEN shows the extraordinary commitment of money as well as time that the English have made to gardens and gardening over three and a half centuries. It reveals the connections of our gardens to the re-establishment of the English monarchy, the national debt, transport during the Industrial Revolution, the new industries of steam, glass and iron, and the built environment that is now all around us. It is a fresh perspective on the history of England and will open the eyes of gardeners - and garden visitors - to an unexpected dimension of what they do.

The Passions of Jean Baptiste Carpeaux

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2019 (July 7, 1866), p. ... 1867; Nomination Book for Honorary Foreign Members,
Minutes ofElection, December 15, 1869, Royal Academy Library, London. ... the
Domaine de Chamant and was auctioned by Beaussant Lefèvre in association
with Hôtel Drouot, Paris, November 23, 2005. ... On the page of the diary section
for the end of September in his Blackwoods Small Pocket Book for 1871, Musée
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The Passions of Jean Baptiste Carpeaux

"Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux (1827-1875) was an extraordinarily gifted sculptor, the greatest in 19th-century France before Rodin, and embodied the emotionally charged artistic climate of his era ... Carpeaux's wrenching representations of human forms, shown in beautiful color details and illustrations, echo his turbulent personal life, fraught with episodes of violence and fatal illness. The book covers the entire span of Carpeaux's career, and includes the masterpiece Ugolino and His Sons, newly discovered drawings, and a number of rarely seen or studied works. Previously unpublished letters between Carpeaux and his family and friends, a wealth of archival material, and the most detailed chronology of the artist's life ever published."--Yale University Press website.

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All Creatures Great and Small

"Fresh out of Glasgow Veterinary College, to the young James Herriot 1930s Yorkshire seems to offers an idyllic pocket of rural life in a rapidly changing world.

All Creatures Great and Small

The first two books in James Herriot's classic series detailing life as a 1930s country vet. James Herriot's stories about his life as a vet in Yorkshire have charmed and delighted millions of readers in the twenty years since his first book If Only They Could Talk was published in 1972. All Creatures Great and Small is the first James Herriot omnibus and contains If Only They Could Talk and It Shouldn't Happen to a Vet together with James and Helen's courtship from Let Sleeping Vets Lie.