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Series Zoophytorum Indicorum, nec non Prodromus Floræ Capensis, 4to. 67 plates, neat, 14s Lugd. Bat. 1768

BREYNII (J.) Exoticarum aliarumque plantarum | BURMANNI (N. L.) Flora Indica; cui accedit centuria prima, folio, 100 plates, calf, 10s 6d Gedani, 1678 BRIDEL, Muscologia Recentiorum, seu Analysis, Historia, et Descriptio methodica omnium Muscorum Frondosorum hucusque cognitorum ad Normam Hedwigii, 7 parts, bound in 2 vols. 4to. plates, hf. bd. russia, £1. 11s 6d

Gotha, 1797-1819

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According to Dr. Pulteney, "the first Herbal with figures worthy of notice." The second volume contains the following works:-Scribonins Largos de Simplicibus; J. Mainardus de Simplicibus; N. Leonicenus de falsa quarund. Herb. inscript. a Plinio; L. Fuchsius de Simplicibus, &c. &c


viz. Histoire des Champignons, 4 vols. containing 392 coloured plates-Histoire des Plantes Vénéneuses et Suspectes, 81 coloured platesPlantes Medicinales, 128 coloured plates—Dictionnaire Elémentaire de Botanique, 10 coloured plates-together, 7 vols. folio, containing in all 612 coloured plates, hf. bd. calf, uniform, £6. 6s Paris, 1784 1812 BURGESS'S (H. W.) Eidodendron, or Views of the General Character and Appearance of Trees, foreign and indigenous, as connected with Picturesque Scenery; accompanied with Botanical | and Historical Illustrations of the Oak, by Professor Burnett, 9 parts, atlas folio, complete, portrait, and 54 beautiful lithographic plates on India Paper, (pub. at £14. 3s бd) £7. 17s 6d 1827-32

BURMANNI (J.) Thesaurus Zeylanicus, exhibens Plantas in Insula Zeylana nascentes, 4to. beautiful portrait by Houbraken, and 110 plates, neat, 123 Amst. 1737 BURMANNI Rariorum Africanarum Plantaruin Decades X, 4to. 100 plates, bds. 12s ib. 1738 BURMANNI Plantarum Americanarum Fasciculi X. cont. Plantas quas C. Plumierius detexit, eruitque, atque in Insulis Antillis ipse depinxit, folio, with 262 plates, neat, £1. 1s ib. 1755

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BUXBAUM (J. C.) Plantarum minus cognitarum Centuria V, complectens Plantas circa Byzantium et in Oriente observatas, 5 parts, 4to. 326 plates, bds. 15s Petropoli, 1728-40 CAMERARII (Joach.) Hortus Medicus et Philosophicus in quo plurimarum Stirpium breves descriptiones, etc. continentur; item Sylva Hercynia Saxonothuringica Jo. Thalii, 4to. fine wood-cuts, russia, gilt edges, fine copy, 16s Franc ad Moen. 1588 CATESBY (M.) Hortus Britannico-Americanus : or, Collection of Trees and Shrubs of the British Colonies in North America, adapted to the soil and climate of England, folio, 17 large coloured plates, with 84 species, fine copy, blue mor. CAVANILLES (A. J.) ICONES ET DESCRIPTIONES gilt, 18s 1763 PLANTARUM, QUÆ AUT SPONTE IN HISPANIA CRESCUNT, AUT IN HORTIS HOSPITANTUR, 6 vols. folio, with 61 finely engraved plates, neat in Spanish calf, from the Duchess of Berry's Library £16. 16s Matriti, 1791-1801

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Amst. 1748


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This was Mr. Lambert's copy, and formerly Dryander's, who has remarked on the fly-leaf, that "Sir J Banks gave Mr. White seven pounds for a copy of this book."-Dryander.


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"All the parts of the plant are so well described,

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