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SMITH'S Introduction to Physiological and Syste

matical Botany, new edition, with additions by Macgillivray, post 8vo. (pub. at 9s) titra cloth boards, 4¡6d , 1836 This excellent work has bren generally used by teachers of tlie science as a class-book. SOLE'S (W.) Mentha; Britannica;, being a new Botanical Arrangement of the British Mints, folio, ttiiA 24 plates, calf extra, gilt edges, bo Lewis, £l.5i Bath, 1798 the same, folio, plates, (with several Letters of the Author addressed to A. 11. Lambert, Esq. inserted) hf. bd. calf, 18s ib. 1798 SOWEKBY S English Botany; or. Coloured Figures of all the Plants natives of Great Britain, with their essential Characters, Synonyms, and Places of Growth, to which are added occasional Remarks, &c. by Sir J. E. Smith, with the Index. 37 vols, royal 8vo. complete, uiih 2592 coloured plates, (pub. at £55. in parts) very neat in calf, £33. 1792-1820 — the same, with the Index, 37 vols. 8vo. coloured plates, hf. bd. calf, uncut, £33.

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SOWERBY'S English Fungi, or Coloured Figures of English Fungi, or Mushrooms, with Descriptions, 3 vols, folio, 440 coloured plates, including the Supplement and Index, (pub. at £10.) £7. 15s . 1797-1809

SPEECHLY (WnO on the Culture of the Vine, with Hints on the Formation of Vines in England, 2nd edition, with additions, royal 8vo. 7 folding plates, bds.ls 6d 1739 SPIELMANN (J. J.) Olerum Argentoratensium Fasciculi duo, 4to. bds. 3s Argent. 1769-70 SPREXGEL'S (Kurt) Introduction to the Study of Cryptogamous Plants, 8vo. 10 folding plates, bds. 5s . 1807

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10s 6<¿ 1807 STEUDEL ( E.) Xomenclator Botanicus, enumerans online alphabetico Nomina atque Synonyma, tum genérica tum speeifica, a Linnxo et recentioríbus de Re Botánica Scriptoribus Plantis Phauerogamis et Cryptogamis imposita, 2 vols, royal 8vo. nfflt, £1. 8s Stuttg. 1821-24

STRUVE (J. B.) Dissertatio Botánica de Erica, edidit R. A. Salisbury, 4to. (privately printed, presentation to Mr. Lambert,) 3s 6d

Featherstane, 1800 SUGAR iiom Beetroot: Four French tracts on, by Castel, Baruel, Isuard, Tessier and Achard. 8vo. niâtes. If bd. 4s Paris, 1811-12

SWARTZ (Olai) Synopsis Filicum, adjectis Lycopodineis et Descriptionibus novarum et rariorum Specierum, 8vo. toiln 5 plates, sewed, 9s

Kiiur, 1806

SWAYXE (G.) Gramina Pascua: a Collection of Specimens of the Common Pasture Grasses, royal folio, with 19 dried specimens, neatlu mounted, bds. 16s tíVistoí, 1790

SWEET'S (R.) British Flower Garden; containing coloured Figures and Descriptions of the most ornamental and curious hardy Herbaceous Plants, 178 Nos. forming 7 vols, complete, (First Series, 3 vols. Second Series, 4 vols.) royal 8vo. inta 712 fnely coloured pbites, (pub. at £27. 3s) hf. bd. calf, £12. 12» 1823-:18 the same, Second Series, parts 1 to 50

SWEET'S Geraniaeea-, or Natural Order of Geraniums, with their Scientific and English Xames, and Mode of Culture, complete, 5 vols, royal 8vo. 500 tine coloured plates, (pub. at £19.) neatly half bound calf. £10. 10» 1820-30

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SWEET'S Hortus Suburbanus Londinensis: a Catalogue of Plants cultivated in the Xeighbourhood of Loudon, royal 8vo. If. bd. 10s Od

1818

SWEF.T'S Hot-House and Green-House Manual; or Botanical Cultivator, with plain Directions for the Management of Bulbs and Plants in Rooms, ôcc. Bvo. second edition, bds. 7s 1825

SWEF.T'S Hortus Britannicus, or Catalogue of Plnnts, indigenous or cultivated in the Gardens of Great Britain, arranged according to their Natural Orders, 8vo. (pub. at £1. Is) cloth bds. 16s . 1830

SYLVAN Sketches; or, Companion to the Park and Shrubberv, with Illustrations from the Poets, 8vo. (pub. at 10s Ы) hf. bd. 5s 1825

THEODORI Taberna;-Montant (Jac.) KriiuterHuch, verbessert durch Casp. Bauhinum; A complete and comprehensive German Herbal, 3 vols, in 1, very thick volume, folio, with thousands of woodcuts, hf. bd. calf, 18s Basel, 1664

THOMSON'S (A. T.) Lectures on the Elements of Botany, containing the descriptive Anatomy of those Organs, on which the Growth and Preservation of the Vegetable depend, 8vo. 10 plates, (pub. at £1. 8s) bds. 7s 1822 THORNTOX'S (R. J.) Temple of Flora and Illustrations of the Sexual System of Linnxus, atlas folio, containing numerous most beautifully coloured plates of Plants, on a large scale, with Jine portraits by tiartotozzi, including a coloured portrait of Linna?us, (pub. at £42. unbound) elegantly bound in russia, £6. 6s 1807 the same work, beautifully coloured, with

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This has originally cost upwards of 60 guineas, the

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THORNTON'S Family Herbal; or Popular Account of the Medical Properties of British and Foreign Plants; also their uses in Dying and the various arts, thick 8vo. first edition, with 283 uicodcuis by Bewick, (pub. at £1. 10s) Ms. 18* . 1810

THORNTON'S (Dr. R. J.) Elements of Botany, 2 rola, royal 8vo. with upwards of 170 platet, hf. bd. 10» 6d "1812

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THUNBERG (C. P.) Flora Japónica, sistens Plantas Insularum Japonicarum, secundum Systems sexuale emendatum, 8vo. 39 platet, mat in calf, 10s Lip». 1784

THUNBERG,Icones Plantarum Japonicarum, folio, 60 plates, and 20 additional pen and ink drawings of Japanese Plants, (from the Library of A. B. Lambert, Esq.) hf. bd. calf, £2. 2i

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TILINGII (M.) Rhabarbarologia, seu curiosa Rhabarbari Disquisitio, 4to. plates, bds. Is

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TILLI (M. A.) Catalogue Plantarum Horti Pisani, folio, 51 piafes, hf. bd. calf, Florent. 1723

TITFOKD'S (Dr. W. J.) Sketches towards a Hortus Botanicus Americanus; or figures and descriptions of new and valuable Plants of the West Indies, and North and South America, royal 4to. with 17 coloured plates, exhibiting above \&0 plants, hf. bd. russia, ISs 1811

TOURNEFORT. Elémens de Botanique, ou Méthode pour connoitre les Plantes, Édition augmentée par Jolyclerc, б vols, royal 8vo. with 489 plates, bound in с luth, lettered ¿i. is

Lyon, 1797

TRAGI (Hier.) de Stirpium, maxime earum qua? in Germania nascuntur, Commentt. et Bened. Textoris Stirpium Differentia; ex Dioseoride Libellus; accedunt Indices sex, 4 to. en If, 15<

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TREW, Hortus nitidissimis omnem per Annum superbiens Fioribus, sive Amœnissimorum Florum Imagines, edidit J. M. Seligmann, 2 vuld. in 1, royal folio, 120 beautifully coloured plates, calf, £2. 2« Numb. 1768-72

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TURNER'S (Dawson) Natural History of Fuci or Sea Weeds, being coloured Figures and Descriptions of the Plants referred by Botanists to the Genus Fucus (in Latin and English) 4 vols. 4to. containing 258 accurate representations of Marine Plants, British and Foreign, Finely Coloured; also several of the original Drawings, neatly hf. bd. morocco, uncut,£11. Ill

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These coloured coplea ihonld be distinguished from those which were merely primed io tints.

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TURNER Muséologie Hibernicie Spicilegium, sm.

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Yarm. 1804 TURNER and Dillwyn's Botanist's Guide through

England and Wales, 2 vols. cr. Bvo. (pub. at

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TURNER'S (W.) Herbal: to which is joyned a Booke of the Bath in England, with diverse other bathes. A homely physick booke for all the grefes of the bodye, 2 vols, in 1, folio, woodcuts, calf, £1. lis 6d Collen, 1568

Polteney observes that " Dr. Turner was the earliest writer among ns that discovered learning and critical judgment in the knowledge of plants."

VAHL (Mart.) Symbols Botánica?, sive Plantarum, tam earum, quas in Itinere, imprimis Orientali, collegit Petrus Forskai, quam aliarum recentius detectarum, etc. 3 parts in 1 vol. folio, IS plates of Plants, hf. bd. russia, from Mr. Lambert's Library, £\. 5s Hannia, 1790-4

VAHLII Enumeratio Plantarum, cum earum differentiis specificis et descriptionibus, 2 vols. 8vo. calf extra, marbled edges, by Lewis, 14s

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VAI.LET ( P.) et Jo. Robin, le Jardin de Louis XIV. 93 plates of Flowering Plants, with portraits of the two Artists, Paris, 1633—Swertii Florilegium, tractans de varus Fioribus et Plautis, 110 plates and portrait of the Author, Francof. 1614—in 1 vol. folio, very neat in calf, 16s

VENTENAT (E. P.) Tableau du Règne Végétal, selon la Méthode de Jussieu, 4 vols. 8vo. with 24 plates, calf extra, marbled edges, by Lewis, £2.2s . PeTM, 1799

VENTENAT Description des Plantes Nouvelles et peu connues, cultivées dans le Jardin de J. M. Cels, imperial 4to. with 100 fine plates by P. J. Redouté, calf £1. 5s ib. 1800

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VENTENAT Choix de Plantes, dont la plupart sont cultivées dans le Jardin de Cels, royal

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VICAT(P. R.) Histoire des Plantes Vénéneuses de la Suisse, 12mo. sewed, 4s 6У Yverdon, 1776

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From Mr. Lambert's library. The complete work contain* 280 plates, and is published at £74. \Ьж.

WALLICH, Planta? Asiaticse Rariores, or Descriptions and Figures of a select number of unpublished East Indian Plants, 12 parts, forming

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1830-32

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Trees and Shrubs that will live in the open air of Britain throughout the Year, 2 vols, royal 8vo. 172 cobured plateSj (pub. at £5. 5s) neat in calf, £4. 4s . 1825

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WITHERING'S (Dr. W.) Arrangement of British Planta, according to the latest Improvements of the Linnean System ; with an easy Introduction to the Study of Botany; seventh edition, with Additions by W. Withering, 4 vols. 8vo. best éditai, 35 plates, (pub. at £2.16s) bds. £1. 1830

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WOODVILLE'S MEDICAL BOTANY, Sir Wm. H ooker's enlarged edition, containing Systematic Descriptions of Medicinal Plants, with a circumstantial Account of their Effects, and of the Diseases in which they have been most successfully employed ; third edition, to which is added, a Supplementary Volume, by Sir William Jackson Hooker, 5 vols. 4to. illustrated by 310 coloured plates by Souerby, (pub. at £10. 10s) hf. bd. morocco, uncut, £5. 5s 1832-38

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ZANONII(Jac) Rariórum Stirpium Historia, cura Montii, folio, 185 fine plates, hf. bd. £1. 5.s

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BOW DIC H (J. E.) Analysis of Natural Classifications of Mammalia, 15 plates, Paris, 1821 — Bowdich's Introduction to the Ornithology of Cuvier, 12 plates, Paris, 1821—Bowdich's Elements of Conchology, including the Fossil Genera, part 1, Univalves, with upwards of 500 figures; part 2, Bivalves, Multivalves, Tubimla\wilh 138figures—in 1 vol. calf,neat,from the late Provost of Eton's library, ,t'l. 11 s 67Í

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BRITISH MUSEUM.—Van Rymsdyk's Description of the Antiquities and Natural Curiosities in the British Museum, folio, 32 plates, luis. 7s tíd

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BUFFON, DAUBENTON, Et LACEPEDE, HtsToiRE Naturelle, viz. Histoire Naturelle, générale et particulière, avec le Supplément, 22 vols—Oiseaux, 9 vols.— Minéraux, 5 vols. —Ovipares et Serpens, par Lacépède, 2 vols.— Poissons, par le même, 5 vols.—Cétacées, par le même, 1 vol.—Cartes Magnétiques, 1 vol.— together, 44 vols. 4to. original edition, with first impressions of the numerous plates, fine set in French calf, gilt backs, £25.

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another edition, viz. Histoire Naturelle,

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BUFFON Tables analytiques et raisonnées des Matières et des Auteurs, pour la nouvelle Edition de l'Histoire Naturelle de Btiffon, rédigée par C. 8. Sonnini. Par P. Sue, 3 vols! 8vo. scuied, 16s . Pari, ]808

BUFFON, Histoire Naturelle, classée par Ordres,

Genres, et Espèces, d'après le Système de Linné, par K. H. Castel, viz. Théorie de la Terre, Histoire Naturelle de l'Homme, des Quadrupèdes et des Oiseaux, 26 vols.—Minéraux, par Patrio, 5 vols.—Poissons, par Castel, 10 vols.—Reptiles, par Sonnini et Latreille, 4 vols.—Insectes, par Tigny et Brongniart, 10 vols.—Coquilles, Vers, et Crustacées, par Rose, 10 vols.—together, 65 vols. 18mo. several hundred beautifully coloured plates, very neat in French calf, gilt edges, £3. 8s Paris, 1799-1802 UUFFON'S Natural History,complete; translated, with Notes and Observations by Smellie, considerably enlarged by Wood, 20 vols. 8vo. upwards of 600 engravings, (pub. at £12.) bds. £6. , . 1812

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('All (Jo.) de Canibus Britannicis, de rariorum Animalium et Stirpium historia, &c. 8vo. calf, 2s 6d 1729 CATESBV'S Natural History of Carolina, Florida, and the Bahama Islands; original and best edition; With The Supplement, 2 vols. imp. folio, uiih 220 beautifully coloured plates of American Birds, Animals, Fishes, Insects, Plants, ¿Ve fine copy in vellum,from the late Horace Walpole's collection at Strawberry-Hill, £8. 8s 1731 CUVIER, Le Règne Animal, distribué d'après eon Organisation, pour servir de Base à l'Histoire Naturelle des Animaux, et d'Introduction à l'Anatomie Comparée, 5 vols. 8vo. 20 plates, saved, £1. 7s . Paris, 1829-30

——— the same, 3 vols, royal 8vo. with 24 plates, sewed, £1. 7s "Bruxelles, 1836

CUVIER, Le Règne Animal, nouvelle édition, par Laurillard, Milne Edwards, d'Orbigny, Duvernoy, Valenciennes, Deshayes, Audouin, et Dugès, royal 8vo. each part containing 4 beauty ully coloured plates, at 4s 6d Paris, 1837, &c.

160 parts arc now published ; about SO more will complete the work. CUVIER'S Animal Kingdom described and arranged in conformity with its Organization; translated, with additional Descriptions of all the Species hitherto named, of many not before noticed, and with other original Matter, by E. Griffith, Lieut.-Colonel C. H. Smith, E. Pidgeon, J. E. Gray, and others, 16 vols. 8vo. 800 engravings, (pub. at £26. 8s) cbth bds. £10. 10s 1824-33 ■ the same, 16 vols, royal 8vo. coloured

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- the same, 16 vols. 4to. Large Paper, proof

impressions of the plates on India Paper, (pub. at £52. 16s) hf. bd. olive morocco, uncut, top edges gilt, £20.

CUVIER, Leçons d'Anatomie Comparée, recueillies et publiées par Duméril, 5 vols. 8vo. calj eitra, marbled edges, £1. 4s Pun's, 1805

—^—— the same, second improved edition, Vols. 1, 2, 4, (in 2 parts) 5, 6, being all yet published, together 6 vols. 8vo. hf. bd. calf gilt, £2. 10 s

tí». 1835-39

Vols. 3 and 7 completing the work, will be published shortly.

CUVIER, Rapport Historique sur les Progrès des Sciences Naturelles depuis 1789, et sur leur Etat actuel, royal 8vo. very neat, 4s Paris, 1810

CUVIER (G.) Histoire des Progrès des Sciences Naturelles depuis 1789, jusqu' à ce jour, completa in 2 vols. 8to. sewed, 13s Bruxelles, 1838

CYR1LLI (Dom.) Opera varia, viz Entomologie Neapolitans specimen primum, 12 beautifully coloured pLites—Tabula* Botánica; Elementares, plates—Pluntarum Rariorum fasciculi duo, 24 fine plates—in 1 vol. folio, hf. bd. green morocco, very rare, £5. 5s Keojwii, 1787-92

The author of this volume was beheaded, and his works were burned by order of the Neapolitan Government. Only one portion ot the work was sold at J. O. Children, E»q.'a sale for £5. 5s.

DAN 1 ELL'S (Sam.) African Scenery and Animals, 2 parts, imperial folio, with 30 finely coloured plates, and UtUr-preudescriptioni,{yub. at £21.) £3. 13s 6d . 1804-5

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DANIELI.'S (W.) Picturesque Delineations of Animated Nature, being Selections of the most interesting Subjects from all branchesof Natural History, Oriental as well as European, disposed in illustrative Scenery, in one hundred and twentyfive engravings, accompanied by letter-press descriptions, 2 vols, small folio, (pub. at £15.15s) neatly hf. bd. morocco, uncut, £3. 3s 1807-12

DELEL'ZE, Histoire et Description du .Muséum Royal d'Histoire Naturelle, 2 vols, royal 8vo. 17 fine engravings, calf estra, marble! edges, £1. Is . Paris, 1823

DE ROCHEFORT, Histoire Naturelle et Morale des Iles Antilles de l'Amérique, avec un Vocabulaire Caraibe, 4to. numerous plates, old catf, 10s 6d . Rotterd. 1658

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DESCOURTILZ, Voyages d'un Naturaliste, eise» Observations sur les Trois Règnes de la Nature, 3 vols. 8vo. 42 plates, calf, neat, 12s Paris, 1809

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