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23 ELWES (H. J.). W. H. FITCH. gilt edges

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24 FITZGERALD (R. D.). AUSTRALIAN ORCHIDS. forming vol. I, complete, and the first five parts of vol. II (all published), royal folio, 118 superb hand-coloured plates (some folding); half morocco, gilt edges, and parts; VERY RARE Sydney, 1882-[93] 15 0 0

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32 LEÓN (N.). Biblioteca Botánico-Mexicana. 8vo., bds. Mexico, 1895
33 MACER. Herbaru Vires Macer tibi Carmie dicet. (at end) Habetis
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37 THE GENUS MASDEVALLIA, issued by the MARQUIS of LOTHIAN, chiefly from Plants in the COLLECTION of ORCHIDS at NEWBATTLe Abbey. Plates and descriptions by FLORENCE H. WOOLWARD. Additional Notes by F. C. LEHMANN. Complete in 9 parts, square folio, with 87 handcoloured plates, 61 woodcuts, and a map; in the original wrappers

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37 ROXBURGH (W.). Flora India; or, Descriptions of Indian Plants. Calcutta, 1874 38 SOWERBY. ENGLISH BOTANY or Coloured Figures of British Plants. SUPPLEMENT to the Third Edition, vols. I-IV. Compiled by N. E. BROWN. Impl. 8vo., 15 coloured plates; cloth (pub. 17s) 1892

39 STRASBURGER (E.). Handbook of Practical Botany, for the Botanical Laboratory and Private Student. From the German by W. Hillhouse. 8vo., 134 illustrations; cloth

43 [BOYLE]. Some Considerations touching the Usefvlnesse of Experimental
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44 BROWN (T.). Inquiry into the Relation of Cause and Effect. 8vo., calf
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45 THE VERTEBRATE SKELETON, by SIDNEY H. REYNOLDS, M.A.,
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46 THE CAMBRIDGE NATURAL HISTORY. Edited by S. F.
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VOL. IV. Spiders, Mites, etc., C. Warburton, M.A.; Scorpions, Trilo-
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Thompson, M.A.; Crustacea, Prof. W. F. R. Weldon, M.A., F.R.S.
VOL. V.-Peripatus, A. Sedgwick, M.A., F.R.S.; Centipedes, etc., F. G.
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VOL. X.-Mammals, F. E. Beddard, M.A., F.R.S.

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54 CAIRNS (F. A.). A Manual of Quantitative Chemical Analysis for the
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