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SAINT-HILAIRE( August.) Flora Brasilia; Meridionalis, adjutoribus A. de Jussieu et J. Cambeasedes, complete in 3 vols. imp. folio, Large Vellum Paper, 192 beautifully coloured plates, (pnb. at upwards of 70 guineas tinoound,) elegantly hf. bd. red morocco, full gilt bach and gilt edges, £28. paru 1825-36

SAINT-HILA1RE (Jaume) Exposition dee Families Naturelles, et de la Germination dea Plantes, 2 vols. 4to. Large Paper, 117JÎ7I« coloured plates, (pub. at £10. 10s) 6ds. £2. 8s

Paris, 1805

SAINT-HILAIRE (Jaume) Expoeition des Tamules Naturelles—the same, 2 vols. 4to. Large Paper, fine coloured plates, russia extra, marbled edges, £3.10i . Pari», 1805

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SAINT-HILIARE (Jaume) Plantes de la France, décrites et peintes d'après Nature, 10 vols. imp. 8ro. 1000 pintes, beautifully coloured, (pub. at 966 francs), bds. £14.14« ¡ft. 1822-24

the same, 10 vols. 4to. Large Vellum

Paper, the plates beautifully coloured, (pub. at 1764 francs), hf. bd. calf gilt, uncut, £21.

ift. 1822-24

SALISBURY (R. A.) Icones Stirpmm Rariorum, descriptionibne illustratae, atlas folio, 5 fine coloured plata by Sowerby, 10s 6d 1791 Privately printed.

SALM-REIFFERSCHEID-DYCK (Jos. Principe de) Monographie Generum Aloes et Mesemhryanthemi, 2 vols. 4to. with 118 plates, the details mostly coloured (pub. at £3. 3s) sewed, £l.llsrjd Düsseldorf, 1835

SCHAEFFER, Icones et Descriptions Fungorum, qui circa Ratisbouam nascuntur, editio tenia optima, 4 vols. 4to. trifft 330 coloured plates, calf, neat, £5. 5s Rutisb. 1780

SCHEUCHZERI Agrostographia, sive Graminum, Juncorum, Cyperorum, &c. Historia, 4to. 19 plates, old rough calf, 5s Tiguri, 1719

—-— Agrostographia, cum Access. Halleri, 4to. 19 plates, hf. bd. calf, 5s ib. 1775

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ift. 1775

SCHKÜHR (Chr.) Botanisches Handbuch der in Deutschland wild-wachsendenGewächse, 6vols. 8vo. trifft 375 plates, many coloured, ft/', bd. calf, ilr. A. B. Lambert's copy, £3. 16s

Wittenberg, 1791-96 Published at upwards of £10. 10s. and now rare.

SCHKUHR, Histoire des Carex ou Laiches, contenant les espèces connues et nouvelles, trad, par Delavigne, small 4to. portrait and 54 finely coUmred plates, containing numerous specimens, calf, £1. 18s . Leipsig, 1802

SCHMIDT (Franz) Œsterreichs Baumzucht (Austrian Sylva), 3 vols, in 2, folio, u-iift 165 finely coloured plates of Trees and Shrubs, calf, from the library of Mr. Lambert, £4. 4s tVien, 1794

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SCHMIEDEL1I Dissertationes Botanici Argumenti revisae, 4to. 4 plates, sewed,2s dd Erlang*. 1783

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ift. 1783

SCHNEEVOOGT, Icones et Descriptiones Plantarumrariorum,(Lat.,Gcrman.,Holland.,et Gall.,) Vol. I. royal folio, (alt 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. nith three plates, sewed, 2s Gott. 1810

SCHRADERI Monngntphia Generis Verbasci, 2 ports, Gott. 1813-23—Nées ab Esenbeck de Cinnamomo Disputatin, Bonrnc, 1803— Adr. de Jussieu de Kuphorbtacearum Generibus, Paris, 1824, together in 1 vol. 4to. piafes, hf. bd. calf, 16s

SCHREBER*S(J.C. D.) Beschreibung der Gräser, 2 vols, in 1, folio, with 40 coloured pintes of Grasses, 6\c. calf, neat, 18s Leipzig, 1769

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SCHREBERI Spicilegium Flora Lipsica;, 8vo. seued, 3s . ift. 1771

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SEGUIERII (J. F.) Catalogue Plantarum Veroneneium, 8vo. sewed. Is Vermut, 1745

SEGUIERII Plants Veronenses, accedit Bibliothecae Botánica; Supplementum, 3 vols, sm 8vo. 25 piafes, calf, 10s 6d . ift. 1745-54

SERTUM BOTANICUM: Collection de Plantes remarquables par leur Elégance, leur Eclat, ou leur Utilité, dirigée par M. P. C. Van Gui, 80 parts, imperial 4to. with 480 finely coloured plates, (pub. at 8s each part, making £32.) sewed, £8. 8s . Brux. 1828-30

SEPP (J. C.) Flora Batava, 7 vols. 4to. complete, mil A 560 finely coloured plates, (pub. at upwards of 40 guineas) hf. bd. calf, neat, £15. 15s . Amst. 1800-36

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8IBTHORP (J.) Flora Grteca. sive Plantarum Rariorum Historia, qua; in Provinciis aut Insulis Gracie 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. Land. 1807-13 Of this magnificent work only 30 copies were printed for subscribers at 50 guineas per volume. Hibbert's I copy, in six volumes, is the only one recorded as having

| been sold by anetlon, and this produced £84. It was

similar in every respect to the present.

the same, Vol. I. and Vol. II. Parti.

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SINCLAIR'S (G.)HortusGramineus Woburnenais; 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. lis 6d


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Land. 1791

SMITH'S Specimen of the Botany of New Holland, 4to. 16 coloured plates by J. Sowerby, bds. scarce, £1.4s . 1793

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