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FORSTER (T[homas] F[urley])
Flora Tonbrigensis; or, a Catalogue of Plantes Growing Wild in the Neighbourhood of Tonbridge Wells, serving also as a guide to the central flora of Kent and Sussex, arranged according to the Linnæan system, by the late T. F. Forster. With additions by T. Forster.
1842 £175.00
FORSTER (T[homas] F[urley])
Flora Tonbrigensis; or, a Catalogue of Plates Growing Wild in the Neighbourhood of Tonbridge Wells, arranged according to the Linnæan system, from Sir James Smith's Flora Britannica.
1816 £295.00
FURBER (Robert) [Sometimes attributed to Richard Bradley]
The Flower-Garden Display'd, in above Four Hundred Curious Representations of the most Beautiful Flowers; Regularly dispos'd in the respective Months of their Blossom, Curiously Engrav'd on Copper-Plates from the Designs of Mr. Furber, and Others, and Coloured to the Life. With the Description and History of each Plant, and the Method of their Culture; whether in Stoves, Green-Houses, Hot Beds, Glass-Cases, Open Borders, or against Walls. Very Useful, Not only for the Curious in Gardening, but the Prints likewise for Painters, Carvers, Japaners, &c. also for the Ladies, as Patterns for Working, and Painting in Water-Colours, or Furniture for the Closet. The second edition. To which is added, A flower-garden for gentlemen and ladies; The Art of raising Flowers without any Trouble, to blow in full Perfection in the Depth of Winter, in a Bed-Chamber, Closet, or Dinning-Room. also, the method of raising salleting, Cucumbers, Melons, &c. at any Time in the Year. as it is now practised by Sir Thomas More, Bart.
1734 £1695.00
GALPIN (Rev. F. W.)
An Account of the Flowering Plants, Ferns and Allies of Harleston. With a Sketch of the Geology, Climate, and Natural Characteristics of the Neighbourhood. To Which are added Observations on the Birds of the District by Charles Candler.
1888 £38.00
GOES (Willem) Editor.
Rei Agrariae. Auctores legesque variae. Quaedam nun primum, caetera emendatiora prodeunt cura Wilelmi Goesii, cuius accedunt Indices, Antiquitates agrariae & Notae: una cum Nicolai Rigaltii Notis & Observationibus, nec non Glossario ejusdem.
1674 £545.00
GREEN (C. Theodore)
The Flora of the Liverpool District. Illustrated by Drawings and Photographs.
1902 £30.00
GREEN (C. Theodore)
The Flora of the Liverpool District. Illustrated by Drawings and Photographs.
1933 £25.00
HALL (T. B.)
A Flora of Liverpool. An Appendix Containing Meteorological Tables and Observations for 1838, by Wilson Armistead.
1838 £20.00
HENREY (Blanche)
British Botanical and Horticultural Literature Before 1800. Comprising a History and Bibliography of Botanical and Horticultural Books Printed in England, Scotland, and Ireland from the Earliest Times until 1800.
1975 £85.00
HENREY (Blanche)
British Botanical and Horticultural Literature Before 1800. Comprising a History and Bibliography of Botanical and Horticultural Books Printed in England, Scotland, and Ireland from the Earliest Times until 1800.
1975 £95.00
HENSLOW (Rev. J. S.) & SKEPPER (Edmund)
Flora of Suffolk: A Catalogue of the Plants (Indigenous or Naturalized) Found in a Wild State in the County of Suffolk.
1860 £45.00
HIBBERD (Shirley)
New and Rare Beautiful-Leaved Plants; containing illustrations and descriptions of the most ornamental-foliaged plants not hitherto noticed in and work on the subject.
1870 £245.00
HOLMES (E. M.)
Holmes' Botanical Note Book or practical guide to a knowledge of Botany.
1878 £25.00
HOPKIRK (Thomas)
Flora Glottiana. A Catalogue of the Indigenous Plants on the Banks of the River Clyde, and in the Neighbourhood of the City of Glasgow
1813 £225.00
INDIA BAEL OR BELA.
Practical Observations on the use of the Indian Bael or Bela, in Dysentery, Diarrhoea, &c. by a late Member of the Profession, Bengal Presidency.
1859 £45.00
JENNER (Edward)
A Flora of Tunbridge Wells, being a list of indigenous plants within a radius of fifteen miles around that place.
1845 £110.00
JENNER (Edward)
A Flora of Tunbridge Wells, being a list of indigenous plants within a radius of fifteen miles around that place.
1845 £145.00
JUKES-BROWN (A. J.) & WOODRUFFE-PEACOCK (Rev. E. Adrian)
Sketch Map of the Soils & Natural History Divisions of Lincolnshire. [Reprinted from 'The Naturalist,' for the Lincolnshire Naturalists' Union].
1895 £12.00
JUNK (Wilhelm)
Rara Historico-Naturalia et Mathematica.
1979 £38.00
KEW (H. Wallis)
Ray's Journey through Lincolnshire, 1661. [Reprinted from The Transactions of the Lincolnshire Naturalists' Union, 1930].
1930 £12.00
KEYNES (Geoffrey)
John Ray: A Bibliography.
1951 £30.00
LEE (James)
An Introduction to Botany. Containing an explanation of the theory of that science, and an interpretation of its technical terms. Extracted from the works of Dr. Linnæus, and calculated to assist such as may be desirous of studying that author's method and improvements. With twelve copper plates, and two explanatory tables. To which is added an appendix; containing upwards of two thousand English names of plants, referred to their proper titles in the Linnæan system. By James Lee, Nursery Man, at the Vineyard, at Hammersmith.
1760 £165.00
LETTSOM (John Coakley)
The Naturalist's and Traveller's Companion.
1799 £295.00
LIVERPOOL FLORA.
The Flora of Liverpool. A List of the Indigenous Flowering Plants and Ferns Growing Within Fifteen Miles of the Liverpool Exchange and Two Miles of Southport. Published by the Liverpool Naturalists' Field Club.
1872 £110.00
LONDON CATALOGUE OF BRITISH PLANTS.
London Catalogue of British Plants; to be used in Exchanges of Specimens with the Botanical Society of London. [3rd-5th edition].
1850 £45.00

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