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0 1 6 84 Fries (E.). Systema Mycologicum, sistens Fungorum Ordines, Genera,

et Species. 3 vols., 1821-32-Elenchus Fungorum. 2 vols., 1828–
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Gryphiswaldiæ, 1821-28 150 85

Systema Orbis Vegetabilis. Pars 1. PLANTÆ HOMONEMEE. 12mo., half calf

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its branches. A COMPLETE SET from the beginning in November, 1871,
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PLANTS at present known, with Descriptions, History and Synonyms, and
a comprehensive Systematic Index. 8vo., pp. xxviiï and 484;cloth 1880

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Second Edition of vol. I, part II, and vol. II, part I. 8vo., pp. 974;
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London, 1823 94 GRENIER (C.). Flore de la Chaine Jurassique. 8vo., pp. 1001; cloth

Paris, 1865-75 95 GREVILLE (R. K.). Scottish CRYPTOGAMIC FLORA, or Coloured Figures

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97 Grew (N.). The Anatomy of Plants. With an Idea of a Philosophical

History of Plants. And several other Lectures, read before the Royal
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1682 98 HABIRSHAW (F.). Catalogue of the DIATOMACEÆ, with References to the various published Descriptions and Figures. 4to., half bound; scarce

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Ray Society, 1862 107 HOOKER (J. D.). On the Flora of Australia, its Origin, Affinities,

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Nordhausen, 1915 0 4 0 From the “Litteratur-Bericht zur Linnæa für das Jabr, 1833." 133 Kürzing, Species Algarum. 8vo., pp. 922; half calf Lipsiæ, 1849 0 18 0 131 LAMBERT (AYLMER BOURKE). Description of the GENUS PINUS,

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141 LOUDON (J. C.). Arboretum et Fruticetum Britannicum; or, the Trees

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Edinburgh, 1882-83 05 147 Systematic Arrangement of Australian Fungi. 4to., pp. viii and 237; sd.

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1890 155 MEEHAN (T.). Native Flowers and Ferns of the United States in their

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