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perties and Natural Colours, 4to. without plates 37 and 38, 58 plates comprising 493 Specimens, beautifully coloured, of various polished woods, with Descriptions in English, Dutch, German, French and Latin, bds. 78 6d Amsterdam, 1773
Priced, 1847, H. G. Bohn, 2 vols. 100 plates, £4. 148 6d. 5247
Histoire Naturelle de Papillons de SURINAM, dessinés d'apres Nature, 4to. 40 pp. in French and Dutch, 16 finely coloured plates of Butterflies and Catterpillars, (pub. at 20 florins) cloth, 108
Amsterdam, 1828 5248 SERRES (Marcel de) Essai (géologique) pour servir à l'histoire des Animaux de la
France, Montpellier, 1822—sur les Usages du Vaisseau dorsal des Animaux articulés, 5 plates, 1813-Organes de la Mastication des Orthoptères de la Simultanéité des Terrains de Sédiment supérieur, 1830-in 1 vol. 4to. hf. morocco, 108
1813-30 5249 SIBBALD (Sir Robert) Scotia Illustrata, sive Prodomus Historiæ Naturalis
Scotiæ, Nuncius Scoto-Britannus sive admonitio de Atlante Seotico, folio, ORIGINAL EDITION, 22 plates of Plants, Birds, Fishes, etc. (the last, one of Fossils, wanting), calf, 58
Edinb. 1683-84 5250
the same, LARGE PAPER, royal folio, 22 plates, calf neat, 36s 1683-84 Priced, SMALL PAPER, 1840, J. Bohn, £1. 118 6d ; 1848, Payne and Foss, £1. 58 ; LARGE PAPER, Constable, £3. 108; 1827, Thorpe, £4. 14s 6d. The plate by De Leu, containing the portrait of Alexander Boyd, is often wanting. Sir Robert Sibbald, says Bp. Nicolson, was one of the greatest ornaments of his country and profession which this age has produced. 5251 SIBTHORP (J.) FLORA GRÆCA. Characteres omnium Plantarum, Descrip
tiones et Synonyma elaboraverunt J. E. SMITH, et J. LINDLEY, 10 vols, impl. folio, with 966 engravings, EXQUISITELY COLOURED BY SOWERBY, a beautiful ORIGINAL COPY, hf. bd. pale morocco, from the library of the Horticultural Society, £72.
1806-40 One of the very few original copies in existence. This magnificent Publication was defrayed from funds bequeathed for the purpose by Dr. Sibthorp, aided by the subscriptions of about thirty subscribers. As the printing and colouring of each volume cost considerably more than the price charged, only fifty copies were worked off for the original subscribers, who gradually diminished until of the last three volumes only twenty-eight copies were coloured. THE ORIGINAL cost or EACH COPY WAS £250. 6252 SIBTHORP'S FLORA GRÆCA, the re-issue, 10 vols. folio, WITH 966 COLOURED
PLATES, hf. bd. morocco, £55.
This grand and magnificent work is universally allowed to be one of the most important contributions to Botanical science ever published in any country. The expenses of producing it, UPWARDS OF THIRTY THOUSAND POUNDS, were defrayed from the proceeds of an estate left by Dr. Sibthorp for that purpose ; and as only 30 complete copies were sold, every one of them cost the estate upwards of a THOUSAND POUNDS. 5253 SIBTHORP (J.) Floræ Græcæ Prodromus, 2 vols. impl. 8vo. LARGE PAPER, hf. calf, uncut, 208
1806-13 5254 SIEBOLD (P. F. de) Fauna Japonica, Pisces, edd. Temmink et Schlegel, fol. complete, 160 coloured plates, (pub. at 128 Thalers)
Lugd. Bat. 1842-50 5255
the same, text, 188 pp. plates 1—126 (wanting pl. 90, 92, 94, 98, 100, 102, 103, 104, 106 to 111, 113 to 125), 2 vols. fol. the plates coloured, Yarrell's copy, £4.
ib. 1842 5256 TEMMINCK, Mammifères du Japon et Mammifères Marins, 30 plates, coloured, bds. 258
Lugd. Bat. 1842 5257 CRUSTACEA, a W. de Haan, square folio, plates, 1.26, 29-37, 37-38, with text, bds. 188
Lugd. Bat. 1833 5258 SIEBOLD et Zuccarini, Icones et descriptiones Hydrangearum in Japonia detectarum, folio, plates 1-16, with text, 58
8. a. 5259 SLOANE'S NATURAL HISTORY of Jamaica, and Voyage to the Islands of Bar
bados, Madeira, Nieves, and St. Christopher's, 2 vols. folio, with 274 plates of the Zoology and Botany of the West Indies, £5.
*1707-25 A rich mine of Natural History. Heath's copy sold for £19. 198; Dent's £17. 178; Willett's £16, 58. Priced, 1829 and 36, J. Bohn, £8. 88; 1840, Jas. Bobn, £7.78. 5260 SMITH's (A.) Illustrations of the Zoology of South Africa, Nos. 3, 4, 19 to 23, 25;
7 Nos. Ato. 74 coloured plates of Mammals, Birds, Fishes, Reptiles and Insects, (pub. at £4. 18s) £2. 58
1838-47 5261 SMITH (Sir J. E.) Coloured Figures of imperfectly described or unknown Plants,
atlas folio, 18 finely coloured plates, with descriptions in Latin and English, without a title page, hf. russia, uncut, VERY SCARCE, 258
1790 5262 SMITH (J. E.) Tracts relating to Natural History, 8vo. plates, hf. cf. 38 6d 1798 5263 SOWERBY'S (James) ENGLISH BOTANY, or Coloured Figures of British Plants,
with their essential Characters, Synonymes, and Places of Growth, described by Sir James E. Smith, with general INDEX, 36 vols. roy; 8vo. complete, ORIGINAL AND BEST EDITION, containing 2592 coloured plates (pub. at £55.6s 6d) hf. bd. £25.
Lond. 1790-1814 This fine work contains every English Plant and every Flower, truthfully delineated after nature, with a precise description. Original sets, like the above, are more accurately coloured. 5264 SOWERBY'S BOTANY-the Supplement by Hooker, Babington, etc. separately, 4 vols. roy. 8vo. plates, 2593-2960, with text, £10.
BBITISH MINERALOGY, or coloured figures intended to elucidate the Mineralogy of Great Britain, 5 vols. 8vo. 550 plates, beautifully coloured, (pub. in Nos. at £17. 58) £6. 6s
1804-17 Priced, 1840, J. Bohn, russia, £12. 128. 5266
Mineral Conchology of Great Britain, 7 vols.royal 8vo. with 622 plates, beautifully COLOURED, hf. bd. vellum, uncut, £16.
1813-41 Dawson Turner's copy, with an autograph letter and a portrait added. Priced, 1847, with 609 plates only, £18. 188 and £21. 5267
Coloured Figures of English Fungi or Mushrooms, with descriptions, 3 vols. sm. folio, 440 coloured plates, £14.
1797-1809 5268 SOWERBY (George Bettingham) Genera of recent and Fossil Shells ; Plates 1 to
72 and 109 to 144, both inclusive, with the corresponding Text—the same, Nos. XXXVIII to XLII. with 36 plates—altogether 144 coloured plates with the corresponding text, 8vo. uncut, £2. 2s
P 1822 5269 SPEEDE's (G. T. fr.) Indian Handbook of Gardening, with a Hindoostanee Vo.
cabulary of Horticultural Terms, and a List of Plants, 8vo. second enlarged edition, cloth, 10s
Calcutta, 1842 5270 SFIX (I. B.) Cephalogenesis : sive Capitis Ossei Structura, Formatio et Signifi.
catio per omnes Animalium Classes, impl. atlas fol. 18 plates of skulls of various Animals, bds. 36s
Monachii, 1815 5271 STEPHANI (C.) Prædium Rusticum, 12mo. blue morocco, gilt edges, by De Rome, from Renouard's library, 16s
Lutetiæ, 1554 5272 ŠTEPHENS’ (J. F.) Illustrations of British Entomology, or a Synopsis of British
Insects ; containing their generic and specific Distinctions; with an Account of their Metamorphoses, Times of Appearance, Localities, Food and Economy ; (being a complete Description of all the known British Species, arranged in two great Classes of Haustellata and Mandibulata), 86 parts, forming together 12 vols. bound in 9, 8vo. (Haustellata, 4 vols.; Mandibulata, 7 vols. Suppl. 1 vol.) 100 beautifully coLOURED plates, comprising numerous figures, (pub. at £21.) bds. £8. 88
1828-46 This work gives in a systematic form, descriptions, both generic and specific, of all the insects which have hitherto been detected in Great Britain and Ireland, so far as the immense extent of the subject may render practicable: to these descriptions are appended coloured figures of some of the rarer and more interesting species, as well as localities and general notices of their food and economy, metamorphoses, periods of flight, appearance, &c. It embraces an account of a far greater number of species of insects than has hitherto appeared in the indigenous Fauna of any country. 5273 STEPHENS (J.F.) Systematic Catalogue of British Insects, containing references
to every English writer on Entomology, and to the principal Foreign authors, 8vo. xxxiv., 416 and 388 pp: (pub. at £1. 78) half calf gilt, 16s
1829 5274 STERNBERG, Essai d’un Exposé Geognostico-Botanique de la Flore du Monde
primitif, in 4 Parts, folio, with plates 27–64, (plates 1—26; and of the text part I. sheet L, and part II. wanting) Dr. Buckland's presentation copy, sewed,
Ratisbonne, 1826 5275 STOCKHOLM ACADEMY. Kongl. Vetenskaps-Academiens Handlinger för
1830, 1831, 1832, 1834, 4 vols. 8vo. 19 plates of Nat. History, uncut, 14s 1830-35 5276 STOLL, Réprésentation des Spectres, des Mantes, des Sauterelles, des Grillons,
des Criquets, et des Blattes des quatre parties du monde, Hollandais et Français, Divisions 1, 3, and 4, 4to. 36 finely coloured plates, comprising upwards of 136 figures, hf. calf, 208
Amsterdam, Sepp, 1787 5277 STRZELECKI's Physical description of New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land,
8vo. 482 pp., geological maps and 10 plates of Fossils (pub. at 24s) cl. 12s 1845
5278 SWAINSON and RICHARDSON'S BIRDS of British America, 4to, with 73 coloured plates and woodcuts, cloth, 32s
1831 5279 SWEET'S GERANIACEÆ, or Natural Order of Gerania, with their Scientific and
English names and Mode of Culture, complete, 5 vols. royal 8vo. 500 fine coloured plates, (pub. at £19.) an original copy from the Horticultural Society, hf. bd. calf, £6.
1820-30 Priced, 1847, Bobn, hf. calf, £10. 108, and mor. £13. 138. 5280
Hortus Britannicus; or, a Catalogue of Plants in Great Britain, 8vo. hf. calf, 58
1830 5281 TAYLOR (Michael) TABLES OF LOGARITHMS of all Numbers, from 1 to 101,000 ;
and of the Sines and Tangents to every Second of the Quadrant, with preface and Explanation by Maskelyne, royal 4to. diagrams, hf. bd. calf, 368 1792
Priced, 1824, Rivington, calf, £3. 38 ; 1834, Jas. Bohn, calf, £2. 128 6d, 5282 Taylor's (T. G.) Catalogue of the principal Fixed Stars, from observations at Madras, 1830-43, 4to. sd. scarce, 158
Madras, 1844 5283 TEMMINCK, Histoire naturelle générale des Pigeons et des Gallinacés, 3 vols. 8vo. 12 plates, cloth, 16s
Amsterdam, 1813-15 5284
Esquisses Zoologiques sur la Côte de Guine, lre. partie, les Mammifères, 8vo. 270 pp. hf. calf neat, 58
Leiden, 1853 5285 TENORE (M.) Flora Napolitana, ossia descrizione delle piante del regno di
Napoli, 6 vols. large folio, comprising 128 COLOURED plates, of which Nos. 121, 123, 124, 126 and 127 are wanting, bds. uncut, presentation copy from the author to the Horticultural Society, very scarce, £10.
Napoli, 1811-38 A magnificent publication, which cost to subscribers 1500 francs. This copy has the quarto Tract entitled “ Ad Florie Neapolitanæ Prodromum Appendix quinta, Neapoli, 1826." 5286 TENORE, Trattato di Fitognosia ; Corso delle Botaniche Lezioni; Flora Medica di Napoli, 4 vols. in 2, stout 8vo. hf. calf, 208
Napoli, 1816-23 5287
Essai sur la Geographie Physique et Botanique de Naples, maps, Naples, 1827–Philippar (Fr.) Voyage Agronomique en Angleterre, 20 plates,
ib. 1830—in one vol. 8vo. half calf, 98 5288
Specie e Varieta di Crochi della Flora Neapolitana, 4to. 4 coloured plates, 1826–Catalogo degli Alberi ed Arbusti, etc. 8vo. 1827-Syncarpia e Donzellia, 4to. 2 coloured plates, 1840—Della Macria, 4to. 1847—Specie di Cipressi, 4to. 2 plates, 1853–Su di una Pianta Conifera, 4to. 2 plates, 1853– Classificazione de' Platani, 4to. 1856—together 7 tracts 8vo. and 4to. presented
by the author to the Horticultural Society, very rare, 358 Napoli, 1826-56 5289 THIENEMANN (F. A. L.) Systematische Darstellung der Fortpflanzung der Vögel
Europa's mit Abbildung der Eier, herausg. im Vereine mit L. Brehm und G. A. W. Thienemann, the 5 parts complete, with Index, in 1 vol. 4to. 28 coloured plates of Bird's Eggs, hf, morocco, gilt top, 308
Leipzig, 1825-38 5290 THUNBERG (C. P.) Flora Japonica, 8vo. 52 and 420 pp. 39 plates, calf, 6s 1784 5291 Beskrifning på Svenske Djur, 12mo. hf. bd. 2s 6d
Dissertationes Academicæ, 3 vols, 12mo. plates, calf gilt, 10s 1799-1801 5293 Flora Capensis, 2 vols. 12mo. calf, 58
Hafnia, 1820 5294 TIJDSCHRIFT, voor de Wis- en Natuur- kundige Wetenschappen, Vols. I.–V. not consecutive, large 8vo. plates, sd. 258
Amst. 1847-52 Contents of this copy: Vol. I., 1-3; II., 3, 4 ; III., wanting ; IV., 1.4; V., 1-3. 5295 TORREY (J.) Flora of the State of New York, 3 vols. royal 4to. the text inter
leaved, with 161 plates bound separately, an autograph letter of the author prefixed, half green morocco, £3. 58
Albany, 1843 5296 TRAGI (H.) de Stirpium Germaniæ nomenclaturis propiisque differentiis, Latine
a Kybero, stout 4to. 31 preliminary leaves, 1200 pp. of Text, 32 leaves of Indices, &c. woodcut portrait of Tragus, and several hundred engravings of Trees and Plants, vellum, 58
Argentorati, 1552 TRANSACTIONS of the American Philosophical Society -See ante “AMERICAN" 5297 TREMBLEY, Mémoires pour servir à l'Histoire des Polypes d'eau douce, à bras en forme de Cornes, 4to. 13 plates, calf, 20s
Leide, 1744 Rare, and much sought after. 5298 TREVIRANUS (L. C. and G. R.) Works on Anatomy, Physiology, and Botany :
Entwicklung des Embryo, 4to. 6 plates, Berlin, 1815 , Vermischte Schriften
1821 ; Allii Species quotquot in Horto Botan. Wratislaviensi coluntur, Wratislaviae, 1822; Horti Botan. Wratislaviensis Plantae vel novae vel minus cognitae, 4to. 3 plates, 1824; Bemerk. über den Bau der Befruchtungstheile und das Befruchtungsgeschäft der Gewächse, 4to. 3 vols. 1825 ; de Ovo vegetabili ejusque Mutationibus, Wratislaviae, 1828 ; together 6 vols. 4to. plates, sewed, 108
v. I. 1815-28 5299 TURIN ACADEMY: Miscellanea philosophico-mathematica Societatis privatae
Taurinensis, 1759-73, 5 vols. hf. russia-Mémoires de l'Académie Royale des Sciences de Turin, années 1784—91,5 vols. hf.rus.-Mémoires de l'Académie des Sciences, Littérature et Beaux-Arts, années 1792–1812, 10 vols. sewed (“Sciences” 5 vols. et “Littérature,” 5 vols.) - Memorie della Reale Academia delle Scienze di Torino, 1813-35, Vols. 22—38 sewed.-together 37 vols. 4to. many plates, extremely rare, £18.
1759-35 The Turin Academy was first established in 1759; the title of the Transactions was changed repeatedly till 1814, when an Italian title was adopted. In 1813, a new Series began with volume 22, and from that volume the Transactions have been continued to the present times. The great importance and value of the many excellent Mathematical papers is well known. 5300 TURIN ACADEMY: Mémoires de l'Academie Royale des Sciences, 1784-7, 2 vols. 4to.folding plates, calf, 108
Turin, 1786-8 5301 TURNER (Dawson) NATURAL HISTORY OF Fuci, or Sea Weeds, being coloured
Figures and Descriptions of the Plants referred by Botanists to the Genus Fucus, Latin and English, 4 vols. in 2, royal 4to. 458 plates containing accurate representations of Marine Plants, coloured and systematically arranged. Various Critiques from Foreign Publications, and some original drawings, in. serted. Also a portrait of the author from a private lithographic drawing by Miss H. S. Turner, and one of Sir Joseph Banks, a private etching by Mrs. D. Turner, inserted, half russia, uncut, £10. 10s
Another copy, LABGE PAPER, 4 vols. in 2, folio, COLOURED PLATES, russia extra, with joints, and gilt edges, £20.
1808-19 One of 25 copies printed on a folio size, (and of these only 12 had the plates coloured), in it are inserted original DRAWINGS of Fucus Membranaceus by the late Dr. Mohr of Kiel, and of Furus Buccinalis, the true Linnæan plant, and different from what is figured in this work, by Sir W. J. Hooker, together with a portrait of the author, from a private lithograpbic drawing on stone by Miss H. S. Turner. 5303 TURNER (Dawson) Muscologiæ Hibernicæ Spicilegium, sm. 8vo. with 16 coloured
plates, portrait inserted, crimson morocco extra, with joints, gilt edges, 168 1804 5304
the same, 8vo. 16 coloured plates, hf. saffron morocco, gilt top, 10s 6d 1804 5305 TURNER (Dawson) and BORRER, Specimens of a Lichenographia Britannica, or
attempt at a History of British Lichens, 8vo. cloth, uncut, with D. Turner's autograph, scarce, 58
Yarmouth, 1839 This scarce work was printed for private circulation only, and never completed. 5306 TYNESIDE Naturalists' Field Club, Transactions of the, Vol. I. parts 2, 4, 5,
Vol. II. parts 2, 3, 4.–6 parts, 8vo. plates, 18s Newcastle-upon-Īyne, 1848-54 5307 UIBELAKER (Franz) System des Karlsbader Sinters, folio, FINE PAPER, with 39 coloured plates of Mineralogy and Geology, bds. 188
Erlangen, 1786 5308 UTRECHT ACADEMY. ANNALES ACADEMIÆ RHENO-TRAJECTINÆ, 1816-1837, and Supplement to 1815-16, together 22 vols. 8vo. sewed, uncut, 328
Trajecti ad Rhenum, 1818-37 5309 VANDELLI, Diccionario dos Termos Technicos de Historia Natural, sm. 4to. with 20 plates of Natural History, bds, 10s
Coimbra, 1788 5310 VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. Papers and
Proceedings of the Royal Society of Van Diemen’s Land, Vol. II. part 3, Vol. III. part 1.—2 parts 8vo. plates, sd. 78 1854-55 5311 VAUCHER, Histoire des Conferves d'eau douce, suivie de l'Histoire des Tremelles et des Ulves d'eau douce, 4to. 17 plates, sd. 12s
Genève, 1803 5312 VERNEUIL ET COLLOMB, sur la Constitution Géologique de plusieurs provinces de
l'Espagne ; Gervais, Description de quelques Ossements fossiles du terrain miocène, 4to. 6 plates, sd. 78 6d
Paris, 1853 5313 VILLARS, Histoire des Plantes de Dauphiné, 3 vols. in 4, 8vo. 55 plates, hf.bd. morocco, gilt tops, scarce, 21s
Grenoble, 1786-89 Priced, Large Paper, 1836. J. Bobn, mor. £4. 4s. 5314 VILLIERS ET GUENÉE, Tableaux Synoptiques des Lépidoptères d'Europe, Vol. I. Diurnes, 4to. plate, hf. morocco, 10s
5317 VOIGT, Hortus Suburbanus Calcuttensis : a Catalogue of Plants cultivated in
the East India Company's Botanical Garden, Calcutta, royal 8vo. cloth, rare, 368
Caloutta, 1845 5318 WAGNER (R.) Icones Zootomicae, folio, 35 plates of Zoological Anatomy, bds. 258
Leipzig, 1841 5319 WAHLENBERG, Flora Upsaliensis, enumerans plantas circa Upsaliam sponte crescentes, 8vo. map, hf. morocco, neat, gilt top, 9s
Upsaliae, 1820 5320 the same, 8vo. bds. 78 6d
1820 5321 WALDSTEIN (F. P. A) et P. Kitaibel, Descriptiones et Icones Plantarum Ra.
riorum Hungariæ, 3 vols. royal folio, complete, containing 280 finely coloured plates (pub. at £78. 158), hf. bd. green morocco, £15.
Viennæ, 1802-12 This work is very rare in England and even in Germany, nearly all the copies I have noticed are imperfect. Priced, 1836, J. Bohn, £25.; 1855, Weigel, 120 Thalers. 5322 WALLICH, Plantæ Asiaticæ Rariores, or Descriptions and Figures of a select
number of unpublished East Indian Plants, 3 vols. impl. folio, containing 300 most beautifully coloured plates (pub. at £36.) £16. 108
the same, Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 11-royal folio, coloured plates, each part separately at 188
1829-32 Each part, containing 25 plates, was published at 2 guineas; the work was completed in 12 parts.
The finest and most beautiful of all the Botanical Works published in this or any other country. There were only 250 copies issued for the original Subscribers.
“ Dr. Wallicb was born a Dane, and served in early life in the Danish settlement of Serampore in India, until that place fell into the power of England. Like many other Danish officers there taken, he was permitted to enter our service, and in time rose to occupy the first botanical post in India—the superintendency of the Botanical Garden of Calcutta. In 1820 he began, in conjunction with Dr. Cary, to publish the · Flora Indica.' He afterwards issued the • Tentamen Floræ Nepalensis.' His great work, ' Plantæ Asiaticæ Rariores," was published after his return to Europe, in three folio volumes, each containing 100 coloured plates. Dr. Wallich died at his house in Gower Street, on the 28th of April, in his 68th year.”—Athenæum, May 6, 1854. 5325
Nipal Plants: Tentamen Florae Napalensis illustratae, folio, pp. 1-64, plates COLOURED 1-50, very rare, £2. 168
(Calcutta), 1826 5326
the same, folio, pp. 1-8 and 37-64, plates 1-50 excepting 11, 13, 16, 2225; 18 are coloured, the remainder plain, 108
1826 5327 WATCHMAKING. GEISSLER, der Uhrmacher, oder Lehrbegriff der Uhrmacherkunst, 10 vols. in 5, 4to. plates, hf.bd. 188
Leipzig, 1793-99 5328 WEINMANN (I. A.) Elenchus Plantarum Horti Imperialis Pawlowskiensis et
Agri Petropolitani, 8vo. presentation copy from the Empress of Russia, red morocco, gilt edges, scarce, 158
Petropoli, 1824 5329 WEISSE, Catalogus Stellarum ex Zonis Regiomontanis : Positiones mediæ Stel
larum Fixarum a Besselio e.g. inter - 150 et + 15° decl. observatarum ad annum
1825 reductae, curavit Struve, impl. 4to. hf. bd. calf, uncut, 288 Petropoli, 1846 5330 Wells' Two Essays : 1, Upon Single Vision with two Eyes ; 2, on Dew, 8vo. bds. 7s 64
1818 5331 WENDLAND (J. C.) ERICARUM Icones et descriptiones : Abbildung und Be
schreibung der Heiden, complete in 27 parts, bound in 2 vols. royal 4to. fine paper, with 162 COLOURED plates of HEATHS, hf. cf. nt., rare, £5. Han. 1798-1823
Priced, Klincksieck in Paris, 150 fr. 5332 WESTRING (J.P.) Suenska Lattvarnas Farghistoria, 6 parts in 1 vol. royal 8vo. finely coloured plates of LICHENS, bds. rare, 9s
Stockholm, 1805 5333 WESTWOOD's Introduction to the Modern Classification of Insects; comprising
an Account of the Habits and Transformations of the different Families ; à Synopsis of all the British, and the more remarkable Foreign Genera, 2 vols. 8vo. above 150 woodcuts, comprising about two thousand five hundred distinct figures, (pub. at £2. 78) cloth, 21s
1839-40 “A careful and judicious digest of rare and extensive learning, of elaborate and deep research. It is impossible to read these interesting pages, and compare the text with the numerous cuts, esecuted from the author's own drawings, without feeling a profound respect for the invincible industry which has collected so immense a mass of information." - Entomological Magazine. 5334 WHEWELL'S (W.) Philosophy of the Inductive Sciences, founded upon
their history, 2 vols. 8vo. (pub. at 308) bds. 188
1840 5335 WIENER Verzeichniss: Systematisches verzeichniss von den Schmetterlingen der Wiener Gegend, 2 vols. 8vo. hf. bd. 3s 6d