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  1. Thomas Whately (1726 – 26 May 1772), an English politician and writer, was a Member of Parliament (1761–1768) who served as Commissioner on the Board of Trade, as Secretary to the Treasury under Lord Grenville, and as Under-secretary of State under Lord North (1771–1772).

  2. Thomas Whately (1726-26 de mayo de 1772), un político y escritor inglés, fue miembro del Parlamento (1761-1768), quien se desempeñó como Comisionado en la Junta de Comercio , como Secretario del Tesoro bajo Lord Grenville y como Sub- secretario de Estado de Lord North (1771-1772).

  3. 5 de jul. de 2016 · Observations on Modern Gardening by Thomas Whately; TABLE OF THE CONTENTS; INTRODUCTION; OF GROUND; OF WOOD; OF WATER; OF ROCKS; OF BUILDINGS; OF ART; OF PICTURESQUE BEAUTY; OF CHARACTER; OF the GENERAL SUBJECT; OF a FARM; OF a PARK; OF a GARDEN; OF a RIDING; OF the SEASONS; CONCLUSION; Miscellaneous Endmatter; Latapie and Whately ...

  4. Thomas Whately (1726 - 26 de mayo de 1772), un político y escritor inglés, fue miembro del parlamento (1761-1768), quien se desempeñó como Comisionado en la Junta de Comercio , como Secretario del Tesoro bajo Lord Grenville , y como Sub- secretario de Estado bajo Lord North (1771–1772).

  5. Thomas Whately (1726/28–1772) is generally remembered as a politician, although garden historians often see him only as the author of Observations on Modern Gardening. He was well known in public life and recognised also as a well-informed and cultured man with a literary bent.

  6. Edition, with commentary, of the first comprehensive attempt to describe the landscape garden. Thomas Whately's Observations on Modern Gardening (1770) is the first and most comprehensive study of what has come to be known as the English landscape garden, often claimed to be this country's greatest original contribution to the fine arts.

  7. 31 de ago. de 2023 · Thomas Whatley's Observations on Modern Gardening (1770) is the first contemporary study of what has come to be known as the English landscape garden, often claimed to be the country's greatestoriginal contribution to the fine arts.