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21.-Fly Catchers, 33 coloured plates, with portrait of
22.-British Quadrupeds, 36 coloured plates, with portrait of U. Aldrovandi.
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PENNANT'S BRITISH ZOOLOGY,-the same, new edition, 4 vols. royal 8vo. LARGE PAPER, with all the plates contained in the 4to. edition, (pub. at £8. 8s) bds. £2. 12s 6d PENNANT'S ARCTIC ZOOLOGY, with the Introduction and Supplement, 3 vols. small 4to. with maps and plates, neat in calf, £3. 3s
the same, 3 vols in 1, royal 4to. LARGE PAPER, fine impressions, very neat in russia, marbled edges, £4. 4s
IVER'S WORKS ON NATURAL HISTORY, COMPLETE, 2 vols. folio, and 1 vol. 870. 292 plates, containing several thousand Figures of Birds, Beasts, Fishes, Insects, Plants, Shells, &c. with additional Tracts, calf, fine copy, £2. 18s
This very complete set belonged to the late Mr. Lambert, and contains more than any other which has come to sale for many years.
the same, viz. Medicinal Peru Plants, 8 plates-Gazophylacii Naturæ decades X, 100 plates-Pteri-Graphia Americana, 20 platesPlantæ Italiæ Marinæ et Gramina, 5 platesCatalogue of Ray's English Herbal, 50 platesAquatilia Animalia Amboinæ, 20 plates-Description of the Guernsey Lilly, by Jas. Douglas, 3 plates-27 UNPUBLISHED PLATES, printed off from some coppers, found in the Royal Society House, no doubt intended for a volume of Natural History, but no description could be found, who was the Author-Sam. Wood's Portrait-together 233 plates, in 1 vol. folio, calf, £1. 16s 1715, &c.
This volume was completed by Sir Hans Sloane, and belonged to the celebrated Peter Collinson, the friend and correspondent of Linnæus. It is lettered: "Petiver's Works; the gift of Sir Hans Sloane to Mich. Collinson, anno 1744."
the same, containing only part of the Works, viz. Catalogue of Ray's English Herball, 50 plates-Gazophylacii Naturæ decades X, 100 plates-Aquatilia Animalia Amboinæ, 20 plates of Crustacea and Testacea-Pteri-Graphia Americana, 20 plates-Plantæ Italiæ Marinæ et Gramina, 5 plates-in all 195 plates, in 1 vol. folio, calf, 15s 1715, &c.
Petiver, some time before his death, was offered by Sir Hans Sloane, £4000. for his Museum, the contents of which are preserved in his Works. Very few copies occur quite complete, as the portions were published at distant intervals.
PETIVERI Musei Centuriæ X, 2 plates, 1695-
Medicina Brasiliani, libri IV. folio, numerous fine cuts of Plants, Fishes, Birds, Quadrupeds, Insects, &c. very neat in calf, fine copy, 10s 6d Lugd. Bat. Elzevirii, 1648 the same, folio, fine copy in vellum, gilt, ib. 1648 PLOT'S (Dr. R.) Natural History of Staffordshire, folio, large map and 37 plates, very neat in old calf, £3. 13s 6d Örford, 1686 PLOT'S Natural History of Oxfordshire, being an Essay towards the Natural History of England: second edition, with large Additions and Corrections, with an Account of the Author, folio, map and 16 plates, best edition, very neat in russia, £1.11s 6d ib. 1705
"An admirable work."-Nicolson.