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[EAN: 9781156766446], Neubuch, [PU: Reference Series Books Llc Nov 2011], SCIENTISTS - GENERAL, This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. Neuware - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 74. Chapters: Beatrix Potter, William Lobb, Albert Ernest Kitson, Agnes Arber, John Hutchinson, Joseph Whittaker, Jack Heslop-Harrison, Edward James Salisbury, Henry John Elwes, Hugh Low, William Lawrence Balls, Mordecai Cubitt Cooke, Richard Henry Beddome, Frank Kingdon-Ward, Alexander Watt, Henry Shaw, Alastair Robinson, Robert Sharrock, John Griffith Vaughan, Thomas Lobb, David Mabberley, Henry Harold Welch Pearson, E. J. H. Corner, Brian Laurence Burtt, Harry Marshall Ward, James Wong, Joseph Burtt Davy, Ronald Campbell Gunn, James Motley, Ralph Tate, Oliver Rackham, Charles Carmichael Lacaita, Frederick Campion Steward, Shirley Sherwood, Edward Palmer, Arthur Henry Reginald Buller, William Keble Martin, William Henry Lang, Hugh Hamshaw Thomas, Joseph Woods, Joseph Jackson Lister, John White, Ludwig Preiss, Daniel Hanbury, Peter MacOwan, Benjamin Maund, Osborne Morton, Ghillean Prance, John Sims, John Bellenden Ker Gawler, Charles Christopher Parry, Arthur Roy Clapham, Zenaida Darunday, Frederick Blackman, William Munro, M. R. Henderson, William West, John Joseph Bennett, Alan Mitchell, Rowland Biffen, John Miers, Richard Gilbert West, Alfred Gibbs Bourne, John Patrick Micklethwait Brenan, James Edward Tierney Aitchison, Peter Crane, Aylmer Bourke Lambert, Harry Godwin, Arthur Harry Church, William Griffith, John William Heslop-Harrison, Harold Wager, William Philip Hiern, Frederick Orpen Bower, Paula Pryke, Vernon Heywood, William Fawcett, Gordon Elliott Fogg, William Houstoun, William Lucombe, Charles Baron Clarke, Gilbert Thomas Burnett, John Ramsbottom, Robert Desmond Meikle, Bernard Verdcourt, William Herbert, James Comber, Henry Collett, Ethel Sargant, Geoffrey Herklots, Walter Gardiner, Peter Taylor, Peter J. Grubb, William Ramsay McNab, Lilian Gibbs, John Ellis, Anthea Phillipps, John Christopher Willis, Anthony Lamb, Daniel Oliver, George King, William Carruthers, Robert Colquhoun, Alfred Daniel Hall, Ottoline Leyser, James Petiver, Chris Humphries, William T. Stearn, Henry B. Guppy, Harry George Champion, Mark Wayne Chase, Raymond Piper, Richard Thomas Lowe, George Gordon, James Anderson, Humphry Sibthorp, Clive A. Stace, James Forbes, William Freeman Daniell, William Hooker, George Darby Haviland, William Tyrer Gerrard, John Cocks, William Jackson Bean, Henry Fletcher Hance, Henry Bryant, James Dickson, Robert Allen Rolfe, Charles Barter, Alan Crundwell, Roger Allen Leigh. Excerpt: William Lobb (1809 - May 1864) was a Cornish plant collector, employed by Veitch Nurseries of Exeter, who was responsible for the commercial introduction to England of Araucaria araucana (the 'Monkey-Puzzle' tree) from Chile and the massive Sequoiadendron giganteum ('Wellingtonia') from North America. He and his brother, Thomas Lobb, were the first collectors to be sent out by the Veitch nursery business, with the primary commercial aim of obtaining new species and large quantities of seed. His introductions of the Monkey-Puzzle tree, 'Wellingtonia' and many other conifers to Europe earned him the sobriquet 'messenger of the big tree'. In addition to his arboreal introductions, he also introduced many garden shrubs and greenhouse plants to Victorian Europe, including Desfontainia spinosa and Berberis darwinii, which are still grown today. Lobb was born in 1809 at Perranarworthal, between Truro and Falmouth, Cornwall and spent his early life at Egloshayle, near Wadebridge. His father, John Lobb, was the estate carpenter. 76 pp. Englisch

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[EAN: 9781156766446], Neubuch, [PU: Reference Series Books Llc Nov 2011], BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY / SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY, This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 74. Chapters: Beatrix Potter, William Lobb, Albert Ernest Kitson, Agnes Arber, John Hutchinson, Joseph Whittaker, Jack Heslop-Harrison, Edward James Salisbury, Henry John Elwes, Hugh Low, William Lawrence Balls, Mordecai Cubitt Cooke, Richard Henry Beddome, Frank Kingdon-Ward, Alexander Watt, Henry Shaw, Alastair Robinson, Robert Sharrock, John Griffith Vaughan, Thomas Lobb, David Mabberley, Henry Harold Welch Pearson, E. J. H. Corner, Brian Laurence Burtt, Harry Marshall Ward, James Wong, Joseph Burtt Davy, Ronald Campbell Gunn, James Motley, Ralph Tate, Oliver Rackham, Charles Carmichael Lacaita, Frederick Campion Steward, Shirley Sherwood, Edward Palmer, Arthur Henry Reginald Buller, William Keble Martin, William Henry Lang, Hugh Hamshaw Thomas, Joseph Woods, Joseph Jackson Lister, John White, Ludwig Preiss, Daniel Hanbury, Peter MacOwan, Benjamin Maund, Osborne Morton, Ghillean Prance, John Sims, John Bellenden Ker Gawler, Charles Christopher Parry, Arthur Roy Clapham, Zenaida Darunday, Frederick Blackman, William Munro, M. R. Henderson, William West, John Joseph Bennett, Alan Mitchell, Rowland Biffen, John Miers, Richard Gilbert West, Alfred Gibbs Bourne, John Patrick Micklethwait Brenan, James Edward Tierney Aitchison, Peter Crane, Aylmer Bourke Lambert, Harry Godwin, Arthur Harry Church, William Griffith, John William Heslop-Harrison, Harold Wager, William Philip Hiern, Frederick Orpen Bower, Paula Pryke, Vernon Heywood, William Fawcett, Gordon Elliott Fogg, William Houstoun, William Lucombe, Charles Baron Clarke, Gilbert Thomas Burnett, John Ramsbottom, Robert Desmond Meikle, Bernard Verdcourt, William Herbert, James Comber, Henry Collett, Ethel Sargant, Geoffrey Herklots, Walter Gardiner, Peter Taylor, Peter J. Grubb, William Ramsay McNab, Lilian Gibbs, John Ellis, Anthea Phillipps, John Christopher Willis, Anthony Lamb, Daniel Oliver, George King, William Carruthers, Robert Colquhoun, Alfred Daniel Hall, Ottoline Leyser, James Petiver, Chris Humphries, William T. Stearn, Henry B. Guppy, Harry George Champion, Mark Wayne Chase, Raymond Piper, Richard Thomas Lowe, George Gordon, James Anderson, Humphry Sibthorp, Clive A. Stace, James Forbes, William Freeman Daniell, William Hooker, George Darby Haviland, William Tyrer Gerrard, John Cocks, William Jackson Bean, Henry Fletcher Hance, Henry Bryant, James Dickson, Robert Allen Rolfe, Charles Barter, Alan Crundwell, Roger Allen Leigh. Excerpt: William Lobb (1809 - May 1864) was a Cornish plant collector, employed by Veitch Nurseries of Exeter, who was responsible for the commercial introduction to England of Araucaria araucana (the 'Monkey-Puzzle' tree) from Chile and the massive Sequoiadendron giganteum ('Wellingtonia') from North America. He and his brother, Thomas Lobb, were the first collectors to be sent out by the Veitch nursery business, with the primary commercial aim of obtaining new species and large quantities of seed. His introductions of the Monkey-Puzzle tree, 'Wellingtonia' and many other conifers to Europe earned him the sobriquet 'messenger of the big tree'. In addition to his arboreal introductions, he also introduced many garden shrubs and greenhouse plants to Victorian Europe, including Desfontainia spinosa and Berberis darwinii, which are still grown today. Lobb was born in 1809 at Perranarworthal, between Truro and Falmouth, Cornwall and spent his early life at Egloshayle, near Wadebridge. His father, John Lobb, was the estate carpenter. 76 pp. Englisch

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: Books LLC, Reference Series], Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 74. Chapters: Beatrix Potter, William Lobb, Albert Ernest Kitson, Agnes Arber, John Hutchinson, Joseph Whittaker, Jack Heslop-Harrison, Edward James Salisbury, Henry John Elwes, Hugh Low, William Lawrence Balls, Mordecai Cubitt Cooke, Richard Henry Beddome, Frank Kingdon-Ward, Alexander Watt, Henry Shaw, Alastair Robinson, Robert Sharrock, John Griffith Vaughan, Thomas Lobb, David Mabberley, Henry Harold Welch Pearson, E. J. H. Corner, Brian Laurence Burtt, Harry Marshall Ward, James Wong, Joseph Burtt Davy, Ronald Campbell Gunn, James Motley, Ralph Tate, Oliver Rackham, Charles Carmichael Lacaita, Frederick Campion Steward, Shirley Sherwood, Edward Palmer, Arthur Henry Reginald Buller, William Keble Martin, William Henry Lang, Hugh Hamshaw Thomas, Joseph Woods, Joseph Jackson Lister, John White, Ludwig Preiss, Daniel Hanbury, Peter MacOwan, Benjamin Maund, Osborne Morton, Ghillean Prance, John Sims, John Bellenden Ker Gawler, Charles Christopher Parry, Arthur Roy Clapham, Zenaida Darunday, Frederick Blackman, William Munro, M. R. Henderson, William West, John Joseph Bennett, Alan Mitchell, Rowland Biffen, John Miers, Richard Gilbert West, Alfred Gibbs Bourne, John Patrick Micklethwait Brenan, James Edward Tierney Aitchison, Peter Crane, Aylmer Bourke Lambert, Harry Godwin, Arthur Harry Church, William Griffith, John William Heslop-Harrison, Harold Wager, William Philip Hiern, Frederick Orpen Bower, Paula Pryke, Vernon Heywood, William Fawcett, Gordon Elliott Fogg, William Houstoun, William Lucombe, Charles Baron Clarke, Gilbert Thomas Burnett, John Ramsbottom, Robert Desmond Meikle, Bernard Verdcourt, William Herbert, James Comber, Henry Collett, Ethel Sargant, Geoffrey Herklots, Walter Gardiner, Peter Taylor, Peter J. Grubb, William Ramsay McNab, Lilian Gibbs, John Ellis, Anthea Phillipps, John Christopher Willis, Anthony Lamb, Daniel Oliver, George King, William Carruthers, Robert Colquhoun, Alfred Daniel Hall, Ottoline Leyser, James Petiver, Chris Humphries, William T. Stearn, Henry B. Guppy, Harry George Champion, Mark Wayne Chase, Raymond Piper, Richard Thomas Lowe, George Gordon, James Anderson, Humphry Sibthorp, Clive A. Stace, James Forbes, William Freeman Daniell, William Hooker, George Darby Haviland, William Tyrer Gerrard, John Cocks, William Jackson Bean, Henry Fletcher Hance, Henry Bryant, James Dickson, Robert Allen Rolfe, Charles Barter, Alan Crundwell, Roger Allen Leigh. Excerpt: William Lobb (1809 - May 1864) was a Cornish plant collector, employed by Veitch Nurseries of Exeter, who was responsible for the commercial introduction to England of Araucaria araucana (the "Monkey-Puzzle" tree) from Chile and the massive Sequoiadendron giganteum ("Wellingtonia") from North America. He and his brother, Thomas Lobb, were the first collectors to be sent out by the Veitch nursery business, with the primary commercial aim of obtaining new species and large quantities of seed. His introductions of the Monkey-Puzzle tree, "Wellingtonia" and many other conifers to Europe earned him the sobriquet "messenger of the big tree". In addition to his arboreal introductions, he also introduced many garden shrubs and greenhouse plants to Victorian Europe, including Desfontainia spinosa and Berberis darwinii, which are still grown today. Lobb was born in 1809 at Perranarworthal, between Truro and Falmouth, Cornwall and spent his early life at Egloshayle, near Wadebridge. His father, John Lobb, was the estate carpenter...Versandfertig in 3-5 Tagen, [SC: 0.00]

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