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OPPERMANN (P. W.) der Schaalstein Kalktrapp, 4to. with a Geological Table, sewed, 2s 6d


Frankf. 1836 OWEN'S (Charles) Natural History of Serpents, 2 parts in 1 vol. 4to. with 7 plates, calf, 7s 6d 1742 OWEN'S (Rich.) Memoir of the Pearly Nautilus, (Nautilus Pompilus, Linn.) with Illustrations of its internal Form and external Nature, 4to. 15 plates, cloth bds. 15s (PALASSOU, l'Abbé) Essai sur la Minéralogie des Monts-Pyrénées : suivi d'un Catalogue des Plantes observées dans cette Châine de Montagnes, 4to. 20 plates and maps, very neat in French calf, rare, 168 Paris, 1784 PALLAS (P. S.) Elenchus Zoophytorum, cum selectis Auctorum Synonymis, 8vo. calf, very neat, Hag. Com. 1766

scarce, 5s Baron Haller calls this" Princeps in hac classe opus." PARKINSON'S Organic Remains of a Former World, being an Examination of the Mineralized Remains of the Vegetables and Animals of the Antediluvian World, generally termed Extraneous Fossils, 3 vols. 4to. with 51 coloured plates by Sowerby, exhibiting above 700 Fossil Remains, (pub. at £10. 10s) extra cloth boards, £4. 4s 1833 - the same, 3 vols. 4to. calf gilt, £5. 5s This distinguished work is continually referred to by Dr. Buckland in his Bridgewater Treatise.

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"Organic Remains of a Former World,' replete

with interest and instruction."- Dr. Mantell. PARKINSON'S Introduction to the Study of Fossil Organic Remains; especially those found in the British Strata, intended to aid the Student in his Inquiries respecting the Nature of Fossils, and their Connection with the Formation of the Earth, 3rd edition, 8vo. illustrated by 220 Fossil Specimens, (pub. at 12s) extra cloth bds. 8s 1841 | "In this well-printed volume, which may be called a grammar of Oryctology, Mr. Parkinson has comprised an extensive and well arranged variety of information on the subject of fossil organic remains; supplying to the learner, an easy and complete introductory manual; and to the well-informed, a text-book of convenient reference. The graphic illustrations are copious and distinct."-Eclectic Review.

PERRY'S Conchology, or the Natural istory of

Shells, containing a new Arrangement of the Genera and Species, with 61 plates, comprising numerous beautifully coloured figures, an original copy, neatly hf. bd. £3. 13s 6d



the same, folio, an original copy, red morocco, gilt edges, £4. 4s PFEIFFER (Carl) Deutsche Land-und SüsswasserMollusken, 3 parts in 1 vol. 4to. with 24 finely coloured plates of Land and Fresh-water Shells, hf. bd. calf gilt, £2. 12s 6d Weimar, 1821 PHILLIPS (John) Illustrations of the Geology of the Yorkshire Coast, or a Description of the Strata and Organic Remains, 4to. 14 plates and a map, bds. £1. Is


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PHILLIPS' (W.) Outlines of Mineralogy and Geology, fourth edition, enlarged, 8vo. plate, bds. 1826 PINKERTON'S (J.) Petralogy, a Treatise on Rocks, 2 vols. 8vo. 40 plates, (pub. at £2. 3s) very neat, calf, 158 PLANCI (Jani) de Conchis minus notis liber, 4'0. with 5 plates, sewed, 5$ PLAYFAIR'S (J.) Illustrations of the Huttonian Theory of the Earth; contained in his Works; 4 vols. 8vo. cloth bds. £1. 1s Edinb. 1822

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POLI (Jos. Xav.) Testacea utriusque Siciliæ, vol. 3, imp. folio, 18 beautifully coloured plates, and a duplicate set uncoloured, also a coloured portrait of the author, unbound, £10. 10s Parma, 1826-27 RANG (Sander) Manuel de l'histoire naturelle

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Cited by Cuvier, Regne Animal, vol. IV. p. 179.
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SPIX (J. B. de), Species novæ Testudinum et Ranarum Brasiliensium, folio, 39 finely coloured plates, calf, gilt edges, £5. 5s 1824


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SWAINSON'S (Wm.) Malacology, or Shells and
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BAUER (F.) and Sir W. HOOKER'S ILLUSTRA- | TIONS of the GENERA of FERVS, in which the characters of each Genus are displayed in the most elaborate manner, in a series of magnified dissections and figures, HIGHLY FINISHED IN COLOURS, after the beautiful drawings of FRANCIS BAUER, Esq. Botanical Draughtsman to Her Majesty, with descriptive letter-press by Sir WILLIAM JACKSON HOOKER, complete in 12 parts, imp. 8vo. price 15s each 1838-42 the same, 12 parts in 1 large vol. imp. 8vo. hf. green mor, extra, REDUCED TO £5.5s

This beautiful work, which has long been a desideratum in botanical science, is just completed. As Mr. Baner is known to be one of the very best botanical draughtsmen in Europe, and these drawings received his particular attention, and are engraved and coloured with scrupulous accuracy, the public will find it a very superior work.


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Of this interesting work only a very few copies were printed, entirely for private circulation. The present caine from the Library of the EARL of LICHFIELD. BEDFORD (Duke of) PINETUM WOBURNENSE, or a Catalogue of the Coniferous Plants in the Collection of the Duke of Bedford, at Woburn Abbey, systematically arranged by James Forbes, imp. 8vo. 67 most beautifully coloured folding plates, and a front., cloth, £10. 10s 1839 Only 100 copies of this beautiful work were printed,

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the same, complete in 1 vol. 4to. hf. bd. morocco, REDUCED TO £5. 5s BERKENHOUT (J.) Clavis Anglica Linguæ Pota nica, or a Botanical Lexicon, in which the terms of Botany, particularly those occurring in the Works of Linnæus, and other Modern Writers, are applied, derived, explained, &c. 12mo. neat, 3s 1764 BERLESE (Abbé) Iconographie du Genre Camel

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BLUME (C. L.) et J. B. FISCHER, FLORA JAVE, NEC NON INSULARUM ADJACENTIUM, 3 vols. fol. with 198 large and beautifully coloured plates, (pub. at £36. unbound) neatly hf. bd. green mor. uncut, top edges gilt, £16. 16s Brur. 1828-36 BOEHMER (G. R.) de Plantarum Semine, et de

contextu Celluloso Vegetabilium, 12mo. bds. 3. Witteb. 1785 BOLTON'S (Jas) History of Fungusses growing about Halifax, 4 vols. in 2, 4to. complete, with the Supplement, 182 finely coloured plates, russ. £3. 16s Huddersfield, 1788-21 BOLTON'S (Jas.) Filices Britanniæ, or an History of the British proper Ferns, with plain and accurate Descriptions, and new Figures of all the Species and Varieties, 2 parts in 1 vol. roy. 4to. complete, with 46 coloured plates, hf. bd. £2. 5s Leeds, 1785-90

BONELLI et SABBATI HORTUS ROMANUS, juxta Systema Tournefortianum, 7 vols. imperial folio, with 700 coloured plates of flowering Plants, hf. bd. red vellum, £5. 5s Roma, 1772-84

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