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Catalogues, Etc., Received.
T. C. Wendel, 518 Washington Street, Boston, Mass. Flower and Garden seeds.
Bronson, Graves & Selover, Geneva, N. Y. No. 1, Descriptive catalogue, Fruit depart-ment; No. 2, Ornamental department.
Alfred Bridgeman, 876 Broadway, New-York. Flower seeds.
John Saul, Washington, D. C. Descriptive catalogue of new, rare, and beautiful plants.
W. & T. Smith, Geneva, N. Y. Catalogue of Geneva nurseries.
Vilmorin, Andrieux & Co., Paris, France. General Catalogue of seed.
Hubbard & Davis, Wayne, Mich. Trees, shrubs, and plants.
. H. A. Graef, 14 Court Street, Brooklyn, L. I. Description of portable box for protecting trees.
J. W. Coburn, Flushing, L. L Prince nurseries.
John Crane, Union, N. J. Price list of small fruits.
George Such, South Amboy, N. J. New and beautiful plants.
R. G. Hanford, Columbus, O. New plants.
J. W. Manning, Reading, Mass. Catalogue of Reading nursery.
W. S. Little, Rochester, N. Y. Circular of wholesale prices.