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ib. 1775 SCHKUHR (Chr.) Botanisches Handbuch der in Deutschland wild-wachsenden Gewächse, 6vols. 8vo. with 375 plates, many coloured, hf. bd. calf, Mr. A. B. Lambert's copy, £3. 16s
Published at upwards of £10. 108. and now rare. SCHKUHR, Histoire des Carex ou Laiches, contenant les espèces connues et nouvelles, trad. par Delavigne, small 4to. portrait and 54 finely coloured plates, containing numerous specimens, calf, £1. 18s Leipzig, 1802 SCHMIDT (Franz) Esterreichs Baumzucht (Austrian Sylva), 3 vols. in 2, folio, with 165 finely coloured plates of Trees and Shrubs, calf, from the library of Mr. Lambert, £4. 4s Wien, 1794
This interesting work is published at 100 Rix Dollars, equivalent here to upwards of £20. SCHMIEDELII Dissertationes Botanici Argumenti revisae, 4to. 4 plates, sewed, 2s 6d Erlange. 1783 the same, 4to. red morocco, gilt edges, 6s ib. 1783 SCHNEEVOOGT, Icones et Descriptiones Plantarum rariorum, (Lat.,German., Holland.,et Gall.,) Vol. I. royal folio, (all published), with 48 finely coloured plates, hf. bd. calf, scarce, £2. 12s 6d Haerlem. 1793 SCHRADER (H. A.) de Halophytis Pallasii; respectu imprimis ad Salsolam et Svaedam habito, 4to. with three plates, sewed, 2s Gott. 1810 SCHRADERI Monographia Generis Verbasci, 2 parts, Gott. 1813-23 Nees ab Esenbeck de Cinnamomo Disputatio, Bonna, 1803— Adr. de Jussieu de Euphorbiacearum Generibus, Paris, 1824, together in 1 vol. 4to. plates, hf. bd. calf, 16s
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SIBTHORP (J.) Flora Græca, sive Plantarum
Rariorum Historia, quæ in Provinciis aut Insulis Græcis incolunt, cura J. E. Smith, 6 vols. royal folio, containing 600 beautifully coloured plates, (pub. at £157. 10s) neat in calf, (Mr. Lambert's subscription copy) £35. Lond. 1807-13
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the same, Vol. I. and Vol. II. Part I. (forming the first three parts) with 150 beautifully coloured plates, (pub. at 75 guineas) bds. £4. 4s 1806-13 SINCLAIR'S (G.) Hortus Gramineus Woburnensis ; or, an Account of the Results of Experiments on the Produce and Nutritive Qualities of different Grasses and other Plants, used as the Food of the more valuable Domestic Animals, instituted by John, Duke of Bedford, royal 8vo. coloured plates, (pub. at £2. 2s) bds. £1. 11s 6d
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SMITH'S Introduction to the Study of Botany, 7th edition, corrected by Jackson Hooker, 8vo. 36 plates, cloth, 10s 6d 1833