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Lucretius de Rerum Naturâ. (Classics.)

Plinii Historia Naturalis. (Classics.)

Sebæ (Alberti) Rerum Naturalium Thesauri accurata Descriptio, et Iconibus artificiosissimis expressis, Lat. et Gal. Vols. I. and II. Large folio. Amstelodami, apud Wetstenium, 1734-5.

Smith's (Sir Jas. Ed.) Selection of the Correspondence of Linnæus, and other Naturalists, from the original Manuscripts. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1821.

Spectacle de la Nature; ou, Entretiens sur les Particularités de l'Histoire Naturelle. 3 vols. in 6, 12mo. Utrecht, 1733.

Wood's (W.) Zoography; or, the Beauties of Nature Displayed, in select Descriptions from the Animal, Vegetable, and Mineral Kingdoms; illustrated with Plates from designs by Daniel. 3 vols. imperial 8vo. large paper. London, 1807.

Barrington's (Hon. Daines) Essays on Natural History. (Miscellanies.) Edwards's (G.) Representations of many curious and undescribed Animals, such as Quadrupeds, Serpents, Fishes, and Insects, with Descriptions and Gleanings of Natural History. (Birds.)

The Journal of a Naturalist. 8vo. London, 1830.

Loudon's (J. C.) Magazine of Natural History. 8vo. London, 1828, &c.

Plott's (Robert) Natural History of Oxfordshire, being an Essay towards the Natural History of England. (Oxfordshire.)

Pulteney's (Richard) Catalogue of the Birds, Shells, and some of the more rare Plants of Dorsetshire; with a Biographical Memoir of the Author. Folio. London, 1813. (Hutchins's Dorset, Vol. III.) White's (Gilb.) Works in Natural History, comprising Natural History of Selborne, Naturalist's Calendar, and Miscellaneous Observations; with Observations, &c. by W. Markwich. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1802.

Sibbaldi (R.) Prodromus Historiæ Naturalis Scotia. (Hist. Scotland.) Forbes (James) on the Natural History of India. (Oriental Memoirs.) Kalm's (Peter) Natural History, Plantations, and Agriculture of North America. (Travels.)

Hernandez (Fr.) Nova Plantarum, Animalium, et Mineralium Mexicanorum Historia, à J. Terentio, J. Fabro, et F. Columna Lyceis, Notis et Additionibus illustrata. Cui access. Theatris Naturalis Phytosophica Tabulæ, et Historia Animalium et Mineralium Novæ Hispanicæ Lib. I. Folio. Romæ, 1651.

Bancroft (Ed.) on the Natural History of Guiana in South America. 8vo. London, 1769.

Stedman's Natural History of Surinam. (Voyages and Travels.)

Catesby's (Mark) Natural History of Carolina, Florida, and the Bahama Islands. 2 vols. folio, first edition. London, 1731.

Hughes' (Griffith) Natural History of Barbadoes. Folio. Lond. 1750. Sloane's (Sir Hans) Natural History of Jamaica. (Voyages and Travels.) Smith's (Wm.) Natural History of Nevis, and the rest of the English Leeward Charibee Islands. 8vo. Cambridge, 1745.

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Geology.

Beche's (Henry T. de la) Geological Manual. 8vo. London, 1832. Lyell's (Charles) Principles of Geology; being an Attempt to explain the former changes on the Earth's Surface, by reference to Causes now in operation. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1830-32.

Conybeare's (W. D.) and Wm. Phillips's Outlines of the Geology of England and Wales; with an Introductory Compendium of the General Principles of that Science, and Comparative Views of the Structure of Foreign Countries. 8vo. London, 1822.

Burnet's (Thomas) Sacred Theory of the Earth. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1759.

Keill's (J.) Examination of Dr. Burnet's, with some Remarks on Mr. Whiston's, Theory of the Earth. 8vo. London, 1734.

Hutton's (James) Theory of the Earth, with Proofs and Illustrations. 2 vols. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1795.

Playfair's (Professor John) Illustrations of the Huttonian Theory of the Earth. 8vo. London, 1802.

Cuvier's (G. S.) Essay on the Theory of the Earth, translated by R. Kerr; with Mineralogical Notes, and an Account of Cuvier's Geological Discoveries by Professor Jameson. 8vo. London, 1822.

Turner's (Sharon) Sacred Theory of the World, as displayed in the Creation and subsequent Events to the Deluge, attempted to be philosophically considered. 8vo. London, 1832.

Barrington (Hon. Daines) on the Deluge. (Miscellanies.)

Buckland's (Wm.) Reliquiæ Diluvianæ; or, Observations on the Organic Remains contained in Caves, Fissures, and Diluvial Gravel, and on other Geological Phenomena attesting the Action of an universal Deluge. 4to. London, 1823.

Townsend's (Joseph) Character of Moses as an Historian established from Geology. (Sacred Philology.)

Kircheri (Anth.) Mundus Subterraneus, quo Divinum Subterrestris Mundi Opificium, immersæ denique Naturæ Majestas et Divitiæ, summâ Rerum Varietate exponuntur. 2 vols. in one, folio. Amstel. 1665.

De Luc's (J.) Geological Travels in the North of Europe and in England, translated from the French MS. 3 vols. 8vo. London, 1811. Pennant's Physical Geography of the Arctic Circle. (Arctic Zoology. Vol. I.)

Wilson's (Joseph) History of Mountains, Geographical and Mineralogical, accompanied by a picturesque View of the principal in their respective proportions, by Robert Andrew Riddle. 3 vols. 4to. London,

1807.

Smith's Chart of the Comparative Heights of Mountains. (Coll. of Prints, Vol. XVIII.)

Humboldt (Alex. de), Physique Générale, et Géologie Equinoxiale. (Voyage de l'Amérique.)

Ordinaire's (Abbé) Natural History of Volcanoes, including submarine Volcanoes, and other analogous Phenomena, translated by R. C. Dallas. 8vo. London, 1801.

Hamilton's (Sir W.) Campi Phlegræi: Observations on the Volcanoes of the Two Sicilies, with a Supplement, being an Account of the great Eruption of Mount Vesuvius in August 1779. English and French; edited by P. Febris. 3 vols. in one, folio, largest paper, the Plates coloured after nature. Naples, 1776–9.

Boyle's (Robt.) Memoirs of the Natural and Experimental History of Mineral Waters. (Works, Vol. IV.)

Mineralogy.

Accum's (Fr.) Manual of Analytical Mineralogy. 2 vols. 12mo. Lond. 1808.

Bacon's (Lord) Articles of Questions touching Minerals. (Works, Vol. VI.)

Boyle (R.) on the Growth of Minerals. (Works, Vol. IV.)

Brogniart (Alex.), Traité Elémentaire de Minéralogie, avec des Applications aux Arts. 2 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1807.

Haüy (Réné-Just.), Traité de Minéralogie, publié par le Conseil des Mines. 4 vols. 8vo, and Atlas in 4to. Paris, 1801. Jameson's (Robert) System of Mineralogy. 3 vols. 8vo. Edin. 1820. Werner's (Abr. Gott.) Theory of the Formation of Veins, with its application to the art of working Mines, translated, with illustrative Notes, by Ch. Anderson. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1809.

Williams's (John) Natural History of the Mineral Kingdom, relative to the Strata of Coal, Mineral Veins, and the prevailing Strata of the Globe, enlarged by James Millar. 2 vols. 8vo. Edinb. 1810. Ray's (J.) Account of preparing some of our English Metal Minerals. (Proverbs.)

Cuvier (M. le Baron), Recherches sur les Ossemens Fossiles de Quadrupèdes. 4 vols. 4to. Paris, 1812.

Parkinson's (James) Organic Remains of a former World: an Examination of the Mineralized Remains of the Vegetables and Animals of the Antediluvian World. 3 vols. 4to. London, 1804-1811. Brander (G.) Fossilia Hantonensia collecta, et in Museo Britannico deposita [cum Descriptionibus Specierum Solanderi.] 4to, plates by Green. Londini, 1766.

This work was privately printed, at the expense of Mr. Brander; the fossils which it describes were found between Christchurch and Lymington, and are of species unknown in England.

Mawe's (John) Mineralogy of Derbyshire; with a Description of the most interesting Mines in the North of England, in Scotland, and in Wales; and an Analysis of Williams's Mineral Kingdom. Subjoined is a Glossary of the Terms and Phrases used by the Miners in Derbyshire. 8vo. London, 1802.

Martin's (Will.) Petrificata Derbiensia; or, Figures and Descriptions of Petrifactions collected in Derbyshire. 4to. Wigan, 1803.

Robinson's (Thos.) Essay towards a Natural [Mineral] History of Westmoreland and Cumberland. 8vo. London, 1709.

Thomson's (Thomas) Mineralogy of Sweden. (Travels in Sweden.) Pinkerton's (J.) Petralogy: a Treatise on Rocks. 2 vols. 8vo. Lond.

Theophrastus' History of Stones. (Classics.),

Boyle (R.) on the Origin and Virtues of Gems. (Works, Vol. IV.)
Boot (A. B. de), le Perfaict Joaillier; ou, Histoire des Pierreries, enrichi
des belles Annotations par André Toll. Small 8vo. Lyon, 1644.
Mawe's (John) Treatise on Diamonds and Precious Stones. 8vo.
London, 1826.

Botany.

Rousseau's (J. J.) Letters on the Elements of Botany; translated, with Notes and full Explanation of the System of Linnæus, and illustrative Plates, by Thomas Martyn. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1791-9. Withering's (W.) Elements of Botany. (Arrangement of B. Plants.) Milne's (Colin) Botanical Dictionary; or, Elements of Systematic and Philosophic Botany. 8vo. coloured Plates. London, 1805.

Miller's (Philip) Gardener's and Botanist's Dictionary; with a complete Enumeration and Description of all Plants hitherto known, &c., by Thomas Martyn. 2 vols. in four, folio. London, 1807.

Loudon's (J. C.) Encyclopædia of Plants; comprising the Description, Specific Character, Culture, History, application to the Arts, and every other desirable particular respecting all the Plants, indigenous, cultivated in, or introduced to, Britain. 8vo. London, 1829. Raii (Joan.) Historia Plantarum. 3 vols. in two, folio.

1704.

London, 1686

Gerarde (John), the Herball; or, Generall Historie of Plants, enlarged by Th. Johnson. Folio, front. by Payne. London, 1636. Brisseau-Mirbel, Elémens de Physiologie Végétale et Botanique. 2 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1815.

Stillingfleet (Benj.) on the Irritability of Flowers; and Swedish Calendar of Flora. (Works, Vols. II. and III.)

Curtis' (W.) Botanical Magazine; or, Flower-Garden displayed. 55 vols. royal 8vo. London, 1786-1828.

LXXIII. exquisitely finished Drawings of Flowers and Insects, executed, in colours on a black ground, by Ditche, for the late Marquess of Bute, and from that nobleman's library. Large folio.

LXIII. exquisitely finished Drawings, principally Wild Flowers, executed, in colours on a white ground, by A. Schouman; also for the Marquess of Bute, and from his library. Large folio.

Smith's (James Ed.) Exotic Botany; consisting of Coloured Figures and Descriptions of such Plants as are worthy of Cultivation in Great Britain the Figures by James Sowerby. Large paper, 2 vols. in one, 4to. Lond. 1804-5.

Hooker's (W. J.) Exotic Flora; containing Figures and Descriptions of New, Rare, or otherwise Interesting Exotic Plants, especially of such as are deserving of being cultivated in our Gardens; with Remarks on their Characters, History, Culture, &c. 3 vols. 8vo. Edin. 1823. Greenhouse Companion; comprising Greenhouse and Conservatory Practice and Arrangement, and a Descriptive Catalogue of the most desirable Plants to form a collection. 8vo. London, 1824.

Turner's (Dawson) Fuci; or, Coloured Figures and Descriptions of the Plants referred by Botanists to the Genus Fucus. 2 vols. large 4to. London, 1808–1809.

Chandler's (A.) Illustrations of the Plants which compose the Natural Order Camelliæ, and of the variety of the Camellia Japonica, cultivated in the gardens of Britain; with Descriptions by W. B. Booth. Imperial 4to, coloured Plates. London, 1831.

Redouté (P. J.), les Roses, avec le Texte par C. A. Thory. Folio, coloured Plates. Paris, 1817.

Sweet's (Robert) Cistineæ; an Account of the Family of Cistus or RockRose; with coloured Figures, and Directions for their Cultivation and Propagation. Royal 8vo. London, 1825-30.

Ehret's (G. D.) History and Analysis of the parts of Jessamine which flowered in the curious garden of R. Warner, at Woodfort. Folio, coloured Plates. [London, 1759.]

Buchoz (P. J.), Collection des plus belles Variétés de Tulipes qu'on cultive dans les Jardins des Fleuristes. Folio, coloured Plates. Paris, 1781-97.

Buchoz (P. J.), Collection de Jacinthes. Folio, coloured Plates. Paris, 1781.

Redouté (P. J.), les Liliacées. 8 vols. folio, coloured Plates. Paris, 1803-16.

Sweet's (Robert) Geraniaceae; the Natural Order of Geraniæ; containing coloured Figures, Descriptions, and Directions for their treatment. 5 vols. royal 8vo. London, 1820–32.

Hooker (W. J.) and R. K. Greville's Icones Filicum; or, Figures and Descriptions of Ferns, principally of such as have been altogether unnoticed by Botanists, or as have not yet been correctly figured. Folio. London, 1827-32.

Hooker (W.) and T. Taylor's Muscologia Britannica; containing the Mosses of Great Britain and Ireland, systematically arranged and described. 8vo. coloured Plates. Lond. 1818.

Hooker's (W.) Musci Exotici; containing Figures and Descriptions of new and little-known foreign Mosses and other Cryptogamic Plants. 4to. coloured Plates. London, 1818-20.

Sowerby's (James) Coloured Figures of English Fungi or Mushrooms; with Descriptions. 3 vols. folio. London, 1797-1803.

Greville's (R. K.) Scottish Cryptogamic Flora; or, coloured Figures of Plants belonging chiefly to the Order Fungi; with Descriptions. 6 vols. 8vo. Edin. 1823-31.

Greville's (R. K.) Alga Britannica; or, Descriptions of the Marine and other Inarticulated Plants of the British Islands belonging to the Order Algæ. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1830.

Woodville's (W.) Medical Botany; enlarged and improved by John Frost. 5 vols. 4to, plates, coloured. London, 1829.

Withering's (W.) Arrangement of British Plants, according to the latest improvements of the Linnæan System. 4 vols. 8vo. London, 1830. Turner's (Dawson) and L. W. Dillwyn's Botanist's Guide through England and Wales. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1805.

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