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Portraits, Views, and Plans of the Garden ; cloth, uncut 1890-95 1 7 6 158 MogGridGE (J. T.). Contributions to the Flora of Mentone, and to a

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1892 0 2 0 160 NEWMAN (H.). History of British Ferns. 8vo., woodcuts ; a nice copy in half morocco neat, gilt top

1854 0 4 6 161 Palisor-BEAUVOIS (A. M. F. J.). Flore d'OWARE et de Benin en Afrique. Large folio, 60 finely coloured plates; half russia

Paris, 1804 2 2 0 162 PARKINSON. Paradisi IN SOLE PARADISUS TERRESTRIS. Or a Garden

of all sorts of pleasant flowers which our English ayre will permitt to
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1640 2 10 0 164 Payen. Memoire sur l'Amidon. 8vo., plates (some coloured); half calf [1838] 0 3 6

From the botanical section of the “ Annales des Sciences Naturelles.' 165 PAYER (J.).

Botanique Cryptogamique, ou Histoire des Familles naturelles des Plantes inférieures. Impl. 8vo., numerous woodcuts ; half calf

Paris, 1850 0 5 0 166 PLUMIER (C.). Traité des FOUGERES de l'AMERIQUE. Large folio, the text in Latin and French; 172 beautifully engraved plates; half calf neat

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Boston, 1884 0 2 6 168 RABENHORST (L.). Kryptogamen-Flora von Sachsen, der Ober-Lausitz,

Thüringen und Nordböhmen. 2 vols., cr. 8vo., many woodcuts ; half
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Leipzig, 1863-70 1 0 0 169 RALFS (J.). The British Desmidieæ. Roy. 8vo., 35 coloured plates after drawings by E. Jenner ; cloth

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Royal Horticultural Soc., 1892 0 5 0 173 ROXBURGH (W.). Flora Indica : or descriptions of Indian Plants, by Carey.

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1855 0 7 6 175 SACCARDO (P. A.). SYLLOGE FUNGORUM omnium hucasque cogni.

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Pisa, 1818-24 12 0 0 180 Schacht (H.). Die Spermatozoiden im Pflanzenreich. 8vo., 6 plates; half calf

Braunschweig, 1864 0 6 0 181 SCHIMPER. Synopsis Muscorum Europæorum præmissa introductione de

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Leipzig, 1890 187 SCHUMANN (J.). Preussische Diatomeen. 4to., plates ; interleaved ; half red morocco

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Bath, 1798 2 0 0 196 SONNTAG (C. O.). A Pocket Flora of Edinburgh. 12mo., cloth 1894 1 0 0 197 SORAUER (P.). Treatise on the Physiology of Plants. Translated by F. E. Weiss. 8vo., 33 illustrations, cloth (pub. 98 net)

1895 0 6 0 198 SOWERBY (JAMES). ENGLISH BOTANY; or, Coloured Figures

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1793 3 17 6 208 Stapp (O.). Die Arten der Gattung Ephedra. Roy. 4to., map and 5 plates ; sd.

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Paris, 1890-96 3 0 0 213 THORNTON (R. J.). The British FLORA ; or, Genera and Species of

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1812 1 5 0 214 TOZZETTI (J. T.) Catalogus Vegetabilium Marinorum Musei sui, opus

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1893-94 1 5 0 219 and W. T. Thiselton Dyer. Flora of Middlesex. Cr. 8vo., cloth

1869 0 7 6 220 TRIPP (F. E.). British Mosses. 2 vols., impl. 8vo., numerous coloured plates ; cloth (pub. £2. 12s 6d)

1888 0 17 221 TURNER'S HERBAL. First Edition : A new Herball, wherin are conteyned the names of Herbes in Greke,

Latin, Englysh, Duch, Frenche, and in the Potecaries and Herbaries
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Mierdman. Anno 1551 ..
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Natures and Properties as well of the Bathes in English
as of other Bathes in Germany and Italy . by William Turner .

Imprinted at Collen by Arnold Birckman ... M.D.LXII
A most excellent and perfecte Homish Apothecarye . Translated

by Jhon Hollybush. Imprinted at Collen by Arnold Birckman ..
M.D.LXI.

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1808-19 223 [Turner (D.)]. Specimen of a Lichenographia Britannica ; or, Attempt at a History of the British Lichens. 8vo., cloth ; scarce

For private circulation only, 1839 224 Turner. Libellus de re Herbaria Novus, by WILLIAM TURNER, originally

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1877
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Anvers, 1880-85 226 WARD (R. H.). Plant Organization. 4to., sd.

Boston, 1890 227 WATSON (H. C.). TOPOGRAPHICAL BOTANY: being local and personal

Records towards showing the Distribution of British Plants traced through the 112 Counties and Vice-Counties of England, Wales, and Scotland. Thick 8vo., second edition, corrected and enlarged with a Memoir of the Author, by J. G. BAKER, Esq., F. P.s., etc., and an entirely new coloured map showing the distribution of British Plants ; cloth (published at 16s)

1883 The first edition, privately printed at Thames Ditton in 1873, having become very rare, a new one has been edited from the Author's interleaved copy, which he kept constantly at hand, and in which he entered all the records of the occurrence of plants

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28 WATSON (H. C.). CYBELE BRITANNICA ; or British Plants, and their

Geographical Relations. 4 vols. 1847-59- COMPENDIUM. 1870---
SUPPLEMENT to the Compendium. 1872——TOPOGRAPHICAL BOTANY.
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sd. Leipzig, 1896 231 Wight (R.) and G. A. WALKER-Arnott. Prodromus Flore Peninsulæ Orientalis. Vol. I (all published). 8vo., cloth ; rare

1834 232 WILLIAMS (F. N.). Notes on the Pinks of Western Europe. 8vo., cloth

1889 233 WILSON (W.). BRYOLOGIA BRITANNICA ; containing the Mosses of Great Britain and Ireland. 8vo., 61 plates ; cloth; scarce

1855 234 W00D (H. C.). A Contribution to the History of the Fresh-WATER

Alge of North America. Roy. 4to., 21 plates containing a large
number of coloured figures; half caif neat [Washington], 1872

The Tourist's Flora: a Descriptive Catalogue of the
Flowering Plants and Ferns. 8vo., cloth

1850

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GARDENS, GARDENING, AGRICULTURE. 236 Bernays (L. A.). The Olive and its Products. 8vo., cloth Brisbane, 1872 0 2 0 237 MASCAL. The GOVERNMENT of CATTEL. Divided into three Books.

The first, Treating of Oxen, Kine, and Calves . . . The second, Dis-
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the Order of Sheep, Goats, Hogs, and Dogs ·

Gathered by
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