The previous owner has certainly very much enjoyed reading this book more than once, therefore please be aware there will be some creasing on the spine or slight shelf wear.
The previous owner has certainly very much enjoyed reading this book more than once, therefore please be aware there will be some creasing on the spine or slight shelf wear. If it's been in their collection for some time, say years old or more, some pages might be discoloured and there may be other minor age blemishes, but that won't affect its readability.
John Walker is a British award-winning gardening and environmental author, writer, blogger and publisher with 40 years’ experience in practical gardening, teaching and the garden media. John has won the Garden Media Guild Environmental Award three times, and has been shortlisted for Gardening Journalist of the Year three times.
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Graham Strong (Strong, Graham). Find all books by 'Graham Strong' and compare prices Find signed collectible books by 'Graham Strong'. by John Walker, Graham Strong. ISBN 9781853917523 (978-1-85391-752-3) Softcover, Murdoch Books UK, 1999. The Complete Book of Garden Flowers.
Authors : Walker, John. Product Category : Books. Condition : Very Good. Publication Date : 1999-03-26.
Select Format: Spiral-bound. ISBN13:9781853917523. Release Date:March 1999.
John Graham of Claverhouse, 1st Viscount Dundee (c. 21 July 1648 – 27 July 1689), known as the 7th Laird of Claverhouse until raised to the viscountcy in 1688, was a Scottish soldier and nobleman, a Tory and an Episcopalian. Claverhouse was responsible for policing south-west Scotland during and after the religious unrest and rebellion of the 1670s/80s. After his death, Presbyterian historians dubbed him "Bluidy Clavers".
Tells me from you, that now it is bed time. Off with that happy busk, which I envy, That still can be, and still can stand so nigh. Your gown going off, such beauteous state reveals, As when from flowery meads th’hill’s shadow steals. Off with that wiry Coronet and shew. The hairy Diadem which on you doth grow: Now off with those shoes, and then safely tread. In this love’s hallow’d temple, this soft bed. In such white robes, heaven’s Angels used to be.