"On glass unneal'd": p.206, pt. 1; Experiments with a glass tube in "Memnon's Lyre": notes, p. l7; "Enamels": notes, p.51-52; "Portland Vase": part 1 (second section of pagination: Notes XXII: p.53-59 and 4 plates. 1791 ed. of The Botanic Garden claimed that plates were by William Blake; but there is no printed indication in our edition that this is the case.
Rebound; original book covers in Library Archives Box 8.
Vols. 1-2 displayed in the exhibition titled "Reflecting antiquity : modern glass inspired by ancient Rome" held in the Changing Exhibitions Gallery at The Corning Museum of Glass, February 15-May 27, 2008.
Vols. 1-2 digitized by Boston Photo Imaging in September 2009.
Each part has special t.p. Part 2 is designated "The fourth edition" and dated 1794.
Vol. 1: xx, 218 (i.e. 220), 124,  p.,  leaves of plates (1 folded); v. 2: , viii, 200,  p.,  leaves of plates. The count excludes blank leaf at end of either volume.
Some of the plates engraved by William Blake.
References: Keynes, G.leaf Bibl. of William Blake, 108; Bentley, G.E. Blake books, 450C.
"Index of the names of the plants": v. 2, p. 199-200.
(from t.p.) Part I. Containing The economy of vegetation --
Part II. The loves of the plants.