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POMET'S Herbal : or a Complete History of
Drugs, with Additions from Lemery and
Tournefort, divided into three Classes, Ve-
getable, Animal, and Mineral, with their Use
in Physic, Chemistry, and Pharmacy, and
several other Arts, 4to. 4th edition, with above
400 copper-cuts, very neat in calf, 9s
PONTOPPIDAN'S Natural History of Norway,
folio, map and 28 plates, old calf, 18s 1755
PULTENEY'S (R., M.D.) Catalogues of the
Birds, Shells, and some of the rare Plants of
Dorsetshire, with Memoir of the Author, folio,
portrait and 24 plates of Shells and Fossils; inter-
leaved with writing paper, with numerous manu-
script notes by the late Rev. Dr. Goodall, Provost
of Eton, calf extra, £2. 12s 6d

ROBERTS' (Mary) Sea-Side Companion; or Marine
Natural History, fcap. 8vo. with beautiful wood-
cuts by Baxter, (pub. at 6s 6d) extra cloth bds.
3s 6d
"This is just such a book as the carious in natural
history ought to have with them in their rambles on
the sea-side.... The woodcut embellishments (by
Baxter) are in the finest style of the art."
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"Miss Roberts, in the course of seventeen or eighteen
letters, has presented an elegant compilation of the
most striking features in Marine Natural History."

1813 the same, royal folio, LARGE PAPER, plates, bds. no title, £1. 1s

Rare not printed for sale.

RAZOUMOWSKY (G. de) Histoire Naturelle du Jurat et de ses Environs; et celle des trois Lacs de Neufchatel, Morat, et Bienne, 2 vols. 8vo. with 6 plates, calf, neat, 10s Laus. 1789 RICHARDSON'S Fauna Boreali-Americana, or Zoology of North America, containing Descriptions of the Subjects collected in the late Northern Expeditions under the command of Captain Sir John Franklin, by JOHN RICHARDSON, M.D., WM. SWAINSON, Esq. and the Rev. WM. KIRBY, published under the Authority of the Right Hon. the Secretary of State for Colonial Affairs, with numerous beautifully coloured plates, 4 vols. 4to. (pub. at £9. 9s) cloth, £5. 15s 6d 1829-36

the same. 4 vols. in 3, 4to. coloured plates, russia extra, gold borders, marbled edges, £7. 7s 1829-36

the same, 4 vols. in 3, 4to. coloured plates, green morocco extra, gold borders and gilt edges, £7. 17s 6d 1829-36

The following may be had separately: Vol. 2.-Birds, by Swainson, 50 coloured plates, (pub. at £4. 4s) cloth, £2. 2s 3.-Fishes, by Richardson, coloured plates, £1. 4s

4.-Insects, by Kirby, coloured plates, £1. 4s

"We cannot speak in too high terms of admiration with regard to that splendid national production the Fauna Boreali-Americana. It is undoubtedly the best work of its kind that has ever appeared, and will, we expect, long remain so."-Neville Wood.

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RISSO (A.) Histoire Naturelle de l'Europe Mé

ridionale et particulièrement de celles des Environs de Nice et des Alpes Maritimes, 5 vols. 8vo. maps, and 46 beautifully coloured plates of Herbs, Fishes, Shells, &c. (pub. at 135 francs unbound) calf extra, marbled edges, £3. 18s Paris, 1826 ROGET'S (Dr. P. M.) Bridgewater Treatise: Animal and Vegetable Physiology considered with reference to Natural Theology, 2 vols. 8vo. bds. £1. 58


"This is a very well written little work, at once scientific and amusing. The history of the Corals, Hydras, and Sponges, is neatly and accurately given." Gent.'s Mag.

RUEPPELL'S (Ed.) Atlas zu einer Reise im Nördlichen Africa: Zoologie, folio, 119 coloured plates, superbly bound in red morocco, broad gold borders and gilt edges, from the library of the late Dr. Goodall, £8. 8s Franckfurt, 1826-28


Mammalia, by Cretzschmar, 30 coloured plates.
Birds, by Cretzschmar, 36 coloured plates.
Reptiles, by Heyden, 6 coloured plates,
Fishes, by Rüppell, 35 coloured plates.
Mollusca and Zoophytes, by Ruppell and Leuckart,
12 coloured plates.

RUSSELL'S (Dr. A.) Natural History of Aleppo, containing a Description of the City and the principal Natural Productions in its Neighbourhood; together with an Account of the Climate, Inhabitants, and Diseases, particularly of the Plague, 2nd edition, revised, enlarged, and illustrated with Notes, by Dr. P. Russell, 2 vols. royal 4to. best edition, many fine plates, fine copy in russia, marbled edges, £3. 3s 1794

another copy, 2 vols. 4to. hf. bd. calf, £1. 11s 6d

another copy, 2 vols. 4to. calf, £2. 2s SAUSSURE (H. B. de) Voyages dans les Alpes, précédés d'un Essai sur l'Histoire Naturelle des Environs de Genève, 4 vols. 4to. with two maps and 25 plates, calf, neat, £1. 16s

Neuchatel, 1779-96 SCHRIFTEN der Naturforschenden Gesellschaft zu Leipzig, Vol. I, 4to. 7 coloured plates of Animals and Plants, hf. bd. calf, 10s 6d

Leipzig, 1822 SCOPOLI (T. A.) Anni quinque Historico-Naturales, 5 vols. in 1, 12mo. neat, 4s ib. 1769-72 SCOPOLI Delicia Floræ et Faunæ Insubricæ, seu novæ, aut minus cognitæ species Plantarum et Animalium in Insubria Austriaca, 3 vols. in 1, folio, 75 plates, neat in calf, £1. 5s

Ticini, 1786-88 SEBE (ALB.) THESAURUS RERUM NATURALIUM, Latine et Gallice, 4 vols. royal folio, with 450 fine engravings of Animals, Birds, Insects, Fishes, Shells, Plants, &c. fine old copy in French calf £5. 5s Amst. 1734-65

the same, 4 vols. royal folio, an original copy, THE PLATES FINELY COLOURED, in elegant old red morocco binding, excepting the fourth volume, of which the plates are plain, and the binding half morocco, gilt edges, £15. 15s ib. 1734-65

"Les exemplaires dont les figures ont été anciennement coloriées, sont rares et très recherchées; vend. 1550 francs La Vallière; 1872 francs Crévenna; 4600 francs Limare."-Brunet.

This set may be made equal to the best which has ever occurred, by an outlay of £15., for which sum the fourth volume would be coloured and bound uniformly.

SEBÆ (Alb.) THESAURUS RERUM NATURALIUM, the same, 4 vols. oryal folio, plates, neat in old russia, £5. 15s 6d Amst. 1734-65 the same, Vol. 4, royal folio, 107 plates of INSECTS, and some Fossils, neatly hf. bd. calf, £1.5s ib. 1765 Index Rerum Alphabeticus, Lat. et Gall. royal folio, hf. bd. morocco, 10s 6d ib. 1765 SERRES (E. R. A.) Anatomie comparée du Cerveau dans les quatre classes des Animaux Vertébrés, 2 vols. 8vo. and 4to. atlas of 16 plates, hf. bd. 12s Paris, 1824 SHAWS' GENERAL ZOOLOGY, with Continuation by J. F. Stephens, and General Index, 28 vols. also the Lectures, 2 vols.-together 30 vols. royal 8vo. LARGE PAPER, 1355 fine engravings by Heath and others, (pub. at £56.) bds. £10. 10s 1800-26 SHAW'S Zoological Lectures, delivered at the Royal Institution in the years 1806-7, 2 vols. 8vo. with 163 fine engravings, (pub. at £2. 12s 6d in bds.) yellow morocco, gilt edges, £2. 5s 1809 SHAW'S Museum Leverianum, containing Select Specimens from the Museum of the late Sir Ashton Lever, with Descriptions in Latin and English, 2 vols. in 1, 4to. with 72 fine coloured plates of Mammalia and Birds, chiefly the latter, hf. bd. russia, scarce, £3. 3s 1792-6

the same, 2 vols. in 1, 4to. coloured plates, green morocco extra, borders, gilt edges, £4. 4s 1792-96

SHAW Speculum Linnæanum, sive Zoologiæ Linnæanæ Illustratio, 4to. with 8 plates by James Sowerby, beautifully coloured, half bound, 14s

1790 SHAW and NODDER'S Naturalist's Miscellany, 24 vols. in 12, roy. 8vo. containing 1068 accurately coloured plates, (pub. at £34. unbound) half bound calf, £10. 10s 1790-1813

the same, Nos. 1 to 130, (excepting Nos. 61 and 66), roy. 8vo. containing 432 plates, coloured, £2. 10s 1789-1800

the same, a Selection, consisting of about 150 coloured plates, in 2 vols. 8vo. hf. bd. calf, £1. 10s

SLOANE'S NATURAL HISTORY OF JAMAICA, and Voyage to the Islands of Barbados, Madeira, Nieves, and St. Christopher's, 2 vols. fol. with 274 plates of the Zoology and Botany of the West Indies, remarkably fine and perfect copy, in old English red morocco, gilt edges, £7. 17s 6d

1707-25 the same, 2 vols. folio, calf gilt, marbled edges, £5. 15s 6d 1707-25

the same, 2 vols. folio, very neat in russia, gilt edges, £5. 15s 6d 1707-25

"A rich mine of Natural History. Heath's copy sold for £19. 198; Dent's £17. 178; Willett's £16. 58." Lowndes.

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SMITH'S Specimen of the Botany of New Holland, 16 coloured plates, 1793-Shaw and Smith's Zoology of New Holland, 12 coloured plates, 1794-Shaw's Speculum Linnæanum, or a complete Illustration of the Zoological Part of Linnæus' Systema Naturæ, 8 coloured plates, 1790 -3 vols. in 1, roy. 4to. bds. £1. 18s SONNERAT, Voyage aux Indes Orientales et à la Chine; avec son Voyage à la Nouvelle Guinée, 3 vols. 4to. 260 plates, calf, Sir J. Mackintosh's copy, £1. 11s 6d Paris, 1782 the same, 3 vols. 4to. French calf, fine copy, £2.5s SONNERAT, Voyage to the East Indies and China, (in German), 2 vols. in 1, 4to. 140 plates, neat, Zurich, 1783 SONNERAT, Voyage à la Nouvelle Guinée, 4to. 120 fine plates, very neat in French calf, scarce, ib. 1776 SPALLANZANI'S Tracts on the Natural History of Animals and Vegetables, translated by J. G. Dalyell, with Physiological Illustrations, 2 vols. 8vo. 5 plates, calf gilt, 12s Edin. 1803



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"For naturalists and physicians the name of the author is sufficient recommendation."-Pinkerton.

"Spallanzani, a celebrated naturalist of the last century, noted for his experiments upon animals and vegetables, and his writings on other subjects.”—Swainson. STEPHENSON'S (J.) Medical Zoology and Mineralogy, including an Account of Animal and

Mineral Poisons, royal 8vo. 45 finely coloured plates, (pub. at £2. 12s 6d) cloth, £1. 1s 1832 STEWART'S Elements of Natural History, being an Introduction to the Systema Naturæ of Linnæus, 2 vols. 8vo. hf. bd. neat, 12s 1801 STRAUS-DURCKHEIM (H.) Considérations sur l'Anatomie comparée des Animaux Articulés, 2 vols. 4to. 19 fine plates, neatly hf. bd. calf, £2.2s Paris, 1828 Ouvrage couronné par l'Institut Royal de France. SWAINSON'S ZOOLOGICAL Illustrations, or Original Figures and Descriptions of New, Rare, or interesting Animals, selected chiefly from the Classes of Ornithology, Entomology, and Conchology, and arranged on the Principles of Cuvier and other modern Zoologists, BOTH SERIES COMPLETE, 6 vols. royal 8vo. containing 318 FINELY COLOURED PLATES, (published at £16. 16s) very neatly hf. bd. morocco extra, £9. 9s 1820-33 This fine work was published in parts at 4s 6d each. Either of the Series, in 3 vols. may be had separately, at £4. 4s each in parts, or £4. 14s 6d half morocco; but separate Parts can only be sold at the original price.

This highly esteemed publication, by one of the most eminent Zoologists of the age, has long been considered very scarce, and from its being the sole property of the author, has not hitherto been sold under the published price. In consequence, however, of his leaving England, he has thonght it advisable to dispose of the whole stock to the advertiser, who now offers the complete copies, which are very few in number, at the low prices affixed.

The whole of the figures are original, having been drawn by Mr. Swainson himself, chiefly from specimens in his own collection, and coloured under his immediate inspection. They are universally allowed to be unrivalled for beauty and fidelity.

"It might, perhaps, almost be deemed presumption to offer any remarks on a work emanating from the pen and pencil of, undoubtedly, the first Ornithologist of the day, but we feel it our duty to give our readers some idea of the contents of the Zoological Illustrations. It will be sufficient, if we mention that his coloured figures of birds are almost unequalled,-they are certainly not surpassed. The figures are beyond conception lovely and delicate, and it only remains for us to


Wood's Ornithologist's Text Book. SWAINSON'S Naturalist's Guide for Collecting and Preserving Subjects of Natural History and Botany, also Shells, 12mo. with 2 plates, bds. 4s 6d 1822 SWAINSON'S Preliminary Discourse on the Study of Natural History, 12mo. (Lardner's Cab. Cyc.) cloth bds. 68 1834 SWAINSON'S Animals in Menageries, 12mo. (Lardner's Cab. Cyc.) numerous illustrations, cloth bds. 6s 1838 SWAINSON'S Geography and Classification of Animals, 12mo. (Lardner's Cab. Cyc.) cloth bds. 6s 1835 TOURNEFORT'S Voyage into the Levant, 2 vols. 4to. many plates of Natural History, old calf, neat, 16s

1718 another copy, bad binding, 10s 6d TOWER MENAGERIE, containing the Natural History of the Animals in that Establishment, 8vo. numerous fine wood engravings, (pub. at £1. 1s) new, calf gilt, 98


the same, 8vo. PRINTED ENTIRELY ON INDIA PAPER, hf. bd. morocco, uncut, £1. 11s6d 1830

Most beautiful specimen of woodcut engraving, as well as printing on India Paper. Only 6 copies were printed, in this manner, which were sold at £5. 58 each. TRANSACTIONS of the Zoological Society, INDIA

PROOF impressions of the 14 plates of Animals, 2 parts, imperial folio, 15s

TURTON'S (Wm.) British Fauna, containing a Compendium of the Zoology of the British Islands, according to the Linnean System, 12mo. interleaved, hf. bd. neat, 8s Swansea, 1807

the same, 12mo. calf gilt, 7s 6d ib. 1807 VALENTYN, Oud en Nieuw Oost-Indien, &c. A collection of Voyages to the East Indies (in Dutch), 5 vols. in 8, folio, with a profusion of engravings of Natural History, Views, Portraits, &c. vellum, £3. 10s Amst. 1724-26

The author was above 20 years in India, and has given a very complete history, both natural and civil, of that country.

VERHANDELINGEN (Natuurkundige) van de
Bataafsche Maatschappy der Wetenschaften te
Haarlem, (Transactions of the Batavian Scien-
tific Society at Haarlem), 5 vols. 8vo. 62 folding
plates, those on Naturai History mostly coloured,
cloth, £1.5s
Amst. 1799.1809

VIREY (J. J.) Histoire des Mœurs et de l'Instinct
des Animaux, 2 vols. 8vo. sewed, 10s Paris, 1822

DESCRIPTION de l'Egypte; ou Recueil des Observations et des Recherches, qui ont été faites en Egypte pendant l'Expédition de l'Armée Française, 9 vols. in 5, folio, of letter-press, and 12 vols. in 10, atlas folio of plates, the three series quite complete, containing 894 splendid engravings, of which 72 are beautifully coloured, capitally hf. bd. russia, £63. Paris, 1809-20 A fine presentation copy from the French Government to the late Sir Francis Chantrey.

The grandest and most sumptuous work of Engravings ever published, and the most glorious monument of Napoleon's patronage of the Fine Arts. The expense of producing it was enormous.

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The few copies, allowed to be sold to the public, were charged four thousand francs and upwards, unbound, and soon rose to a greater value. The binding of the present set cost £30.

The above is the original edition, and contains finer impressions of the plates, and is in every respect more valuable than the re-publication by Panckoucke, which | bas 8vo. letter-press.

exécuté par Ordre du Roi, sur la Corvette l'Astrolabe, pendant les années 1826-29, 11 vols. royal 8vo. with 5 imperial folio atlasses, containing 534 fine plates, those of Natural History beautifully coloured, (pub. at 2000 francs) whole bound in purple morocco extra, gold borders and gilt edges, a splendid set, £60.


Paris, 1830-34

Zoologie, par Quoy et Gaimard, 38 livraisons, 198
beautifully coloured plates, and 4 vols. of text.
Botanique, par Lesson et Richard, 10 livraisons, 80
plates.some coloured, and 1 vol, of text.
Entomologie, par Boisduval, 2 livraisons, 12 coloured
plates, and I vol, of text.

Histoire du Voyage, 41 livraisons, portrait and 243
plates, some coloured, and 5 vols. of text.

the same, VELLUM PAPER, 56 livraisons in folio, containing 332 plates, INDIA PROOFS, those of Natural History in duplicate beautifully coloured, and 10 parts of letter-press, imperial 8vo. (pub. at £84.) £24.


Zoologie, 12 livraisons, containing 60 plates, with
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some coloured duplicates, and I part of text.
Entomologie, 2 livraisons, containing 12 plates, with
duplicates coloured, and 1 part of text.
Histoire du Voyage, 38 livraisons, containing 228
plates, with a few coloured duplicates, and 7 parts

of text.

the same, ZOOLOGIE, 31 livraisons in folio, containing 155 coloured plates, and 6 parts of letter-press, royal 8vo. bds. (pub. at 496 francs) £8. 8s

This portion is completed in 38 parts. The 7 parts re-
quired to complete the present set will be supplied
at £4. 48.

DUPERREY, Voyage autour du monde, exécuté
par ordre du Roi, sur la corvette la Coquille,
pendant les années 1822-25, 3 vols. royal 4to.
of text, and 4 atlasses, royal folio, con-
taining 333 most beautifully coloured plates,
elegantly bound in green morocco, full gilt back,
with bands, gold borders, and gilt edges, £36.
ib. 1826-30

Zoologie, par Garnot et Lesson, 157 coloured plates:
Botanique, par Bory St. Vincent et Brongniart, 116
plates, some coloured.

Histoire du Voyage, 60 coloured plates.

the same, Partie Zoologique, par Garnot et Lesson, complete, 2 vols. royal 4to. of text, and 1 royal folio atlas, containing 157 beautifully coloured plates, hf. bd. calf, £10. 10s ib. 1826-30 FREYCINET, Voyage autour du Monde, viz. Partie

Zoologique, 1 vol. 96 coloured plates, complete -Partie Botanique, 1 vol. 120 plates, complete-Partie Historique, 2 vols. in 3, (all published), 120 beautiful plates, of which many are coloured-together, 5 vols. royal 4to. of text, and 3 royal folio atlasses of plates, brown morocco extra, borders and gilt edges, splendid set, £37. 16s ib. 1824-37 This beautifully executed and highly esteemed work is published at 1400 francs. FREYCINET VOYAGE.

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Partie Zoologique, par Quoy et Gaimard, royal 4to. with a folio atlas, containing 96 plates, 80 of which are finely coloured-together, 2 vols. hf. bd. calf gill, £6. 6s ib. 1824

VOYAGES SCIENTIFIQUES-continued. HISTOIRE Naturelle des Iles Canaries, par BarkerWebb et Berthelot, 58 livraisons, done up in 5 vols. and 7 parts, imperial 4to. with an imperial folio atlas of Maps and Views, the whole containing 239 plates, those on Zoology mostly coloured, (pub. at upwards of 20 guineas) sewed, from the library of the late A. B. Lambert, Esq. £8. 8s Paris, 1836-41

Of this splendid work, published under the immediate patronage of the French Government, 62 numbers have appeared. The authors, after a residence of several years in the Fortunate Islands, returned to Europe with immense collections in every branch of Natural History. In the illustration of their materials they are assisted by several distinguished Naturalists: Valenciennes has undertaken the Fish; Bralé the Insects; Bory de St. Vincent the Ferns; Dr. Montagne the Acotyledenous Plants; and Brongniart, Cordier, Geoffroy St. Hilaire, and Jussieu, have lent their co-operation.

WALLIS'S (John) Natural History and Antiquities of Northumberland, and of so much of the County of Durham as lies between the Rivers Tyne and Tweed, commonly called North Bishoprick, 2 vols. royal 4to. LARGE PAPER, 1769 very neat in calf, scarce, £2. 2s WERNERIAN NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY, Memoirs of, Vols. 1 to 3, with many maps and 66 plates, many coloured, calf gilt, marbled edges, £1.7s Edinb. 1811-21 WHITE'S (Gilbert) Natural History and Antiquities of Selborne, with the Naturalist's Calendar, and other works, 2 vols. royal 4to. LARGE PAPER, with the coloured plates, calf extra,marbled edges £3. 13s 6d 1813

the same, 2 vols. royal 4to. LARGE PAPER, coloured plates, calf extra, gilt edges, £4. 4s 1813 The best and most complete of all the editions to the present time. Very few were printed of the Large Paper copies, which contain coloured plates not in the small.

the same, new edition, with Additions, by Sir William Jardine, foolscap 8vo. handsomely printed, with a view of Selborne, and many beautiful woodcuts of Birds by Branston, (pub. at 7s 6d) extra cloth bds. 5s 1833

the same, WITH THE PLATES BEAUTIFULLY COLOURED, foolscap 8vo. (pub. at 10s 6d) gilt cloth, 7s 6d

"An excellent edition of the most fascinating piece of roral writing, and sound English philosophy, that ever issued from the press."-Athenæum.

WHITE'S (Gilbert) Natural History and Antiquities of Selborne, edited by Capt. T. Brown, 1835 12mo. (Constable's Mis.) bds. 2s

"This most delightful work is an admirable specimen of topography, both as to matter and style; and proves in how laudable and useful a manner a parish priest may employ his leisure time, and how serviceable he may be to the natural history aud antiquities of his country."-Stevenson.

WHITE'S (J.) Journal of a Voyage to New South Wales, 4to. with 65 plates of nondescript Animals, Birds, Lizards, Serpents, Trees, &c. calf gilt, 10s 6d



the same, 4to. old russia, 10s 6d 1790 the same, 4to. russia, gilt edges, fine copy, 1790 4to. THE PLATES COLOURED, very 1790 the same, with the plates coloured, very neat in russia, £1. 16s

the same, neat in calf, £1. 10s

WILSON'S (Jam.) Illustrations of Zoology, being Representations of New, Rare, and Remarkable Subjects of the Animal Kingdom, folio, with 36 beautifully coloured plates of Mammalia, Birds, &c. (pub. at £7.7s) hf. bd. morocco, uncut, £3. 3s Edinb. 1831 WITHERING'S (Dr. W.) Miscellaneous Tracts: to which is prefixed a Memoir of his Life, Character, and Writings, 2 vols. 8vo. portrait, (pub. at £1. 7s) bds. 9s


WORM (O.) Museum Wormianum, seu Historia Rerum Rariorum, tam Naturalium, quam Artificialium, in ædibus autoris Hafniæ conservatarum, folio, with portraits, and cuts of Animals, Plants, and Minerals, very neat in calf, gilt edges, fine copy, 18s Amst. Elzevir, 1655 ZOOLOGICAL JOURNAL, by Vigors, Bell, Children, Sowerby, Horsfield, Kirby, Yarrell, &c. &c. 8vo. 20 Nos. forming 5 vols. with 97 plates-Supplement, 5 Nos. with 50 plates-together, 25 Nos. complete, 147 plates, some coloured, (pub. at £14. 3s) £8.


the same, 4 vols. 8vo. wanting all the plates, hf. bd. calf, 16s 1825-29 ZOOLOGICAL MAGAZINE, or Journal of Natural History, 6 parts in 1 vol. 8vo. 6 plates, cloth, 3s

1833 ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY, Gardens and Menagerie of the, delineated, being Descriptions and Figures in Illustration of the Natural History of the Living Animals in the Society's Collection, 2 vols. 8vo. numerous beautiful engravings on wood, (pub. at £1. 1s) cloth bds. 14s 1835

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