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84 FRIES (E.). Systema Mycologicum, sistens Fungorum Ordines, Genera,
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In this, the last leaf (Iiiii 4) is missing, otherwise it is a desirable copy. 89 GERARD. A Catalogue of Plants cultivated in the Garden of JOHN GERARD, 1596-99. Edited with Notes, References to GERARD'S HERBALL, the addition of Modern Names, and a Life of the Author, by B. D. JACKSON. 4to., bds. 1876 No. 56 of 100 privately printed copies. Presented to Mr. Roper by the author. 90 GORDON (G.). THE PINETUM: being a SYNOPSIS of all the CONIFEROUS PLANTS at present known, with Descriptions, History and Synonyms, and a comprehensive Systematic Index. 8vo., pp. xxviii and 484; cloth 1880

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91 GRANT (Capt. Bartle). Orchids of Burma and the Andaman Islands described. 8vo., vi, 424 and 8 Index pp. (published at 12s 6d); cloth

Rangoon, 1895 Published privately in Burma. Indispensable to all Orchid Collectors. 92 GRAY (Asa). Synoptical Flora of North America. The GAMOPETALE. A Second Edition of vol. I, part II, and vol. II, part I. 8vo., pp. 974; sd. Washington, Smithsonian Misc. Collections, 1888 93 GREEN (Thos.). Universal Herbal, or botanical, medical and agricultural Dictionary of all the Plants in the World. 2 stout vols. 4to., second edition improved, many plates, hf. calf neat

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107 HOOKER (J. D.). On the Flora of Australia, its
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