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Yes, this was a time when stuffed specimens were all the rage and Asia was newly opened to the Westerner interested in the natural sciences. Cobbett gives the reader the details needed to start a garden (including double-digging, times to plant, how to save seeds, building a hot bed, using a green-house, preparing beds, appropriate fencing, soil, etc.,) as well as detailed lists of Vegetables, Herbs, Fruits, and Flowers. — This is a classic how-to book for gardeners in the early decades of America. Nice descriptions of the people and land, but a little too focussed on the christian missionary mentality. — This is an interesting travel book describing travel through Tibet in the late 1800's.