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  • [Info] The Florist: Containing Sixty Plates of the Most Beautiful Flowers Regularly Dispos'd in Their Succession of Blowing, To Which is Added an Accurate Description of Their Colours, with Instructions for Drawing and Painting Them According to Nature, Being a New Work Intended for the Use and Amusement of Gentlemen and Ladies Delighting in That Art (London: Printed for R. Sayer et al., ca. 1770), by Carington Bowles
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