|A botanical arrangement of all the vegetables naturally growing in Great Britain. :
with descriptions of the genera and species, according to the system of the celebrated Linnaeus ... : with an easy introduction to the study of botany. Shewing the method of investigating plants, and directions how to dry and preserve specimens. The whole illustrated by copper plates and a copious glossary /
by William Withering, M.D. ... In two volumes.
||Printed by M. Swinney, for T. Cadel and P. Elmsley ... and G. Robinson ... London
|The British flora, or A Linnean arrangement of British plants :
with their generic and specific characters, select synonyms, English names, places of growth, duration, times of flowering, and references to figures /
by John Hull.
||Printed by R. and W. Dean : Sold by R. Bickerstaff, London; W. Mudie, Edinburgh; and I. and W. Clarke, Manchester
|The British flora;
or, A systematic arrangement of British plants.
||Printed by S. Russell
|The classes and orders of the Linnaean system of botany.
Illustrated by select specimens of foreign and indigenous plants.
||Printed by T. Bensley for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown
|Botany of the northern and middle states :
or, A description of the plants found in the United States, north of Virginia, arranged according to the natural system : with a synopsis of the genera according to the Linnæan system--a sketch of the rudiments of botany, and a glossary of terms /
by Lewis C. Beck.
||Beck, Lewis C.
||Printed by Webster and Skinners
|A manual of botany for the northern states :
comprising generic descriptions of all phenogamous and cryptogamous plants to the north of Virginia, hitherto described, with references to the natural orders of Linneus and Jussieu, each genus is further illustrated by short descriptions of its most common species /
by the members of the botanical class in Williams' College (Mass.), from a manuscript system, compiled by the author of Richard's Botanical dictionary.
||Eaton, Amos, 1776-1842. Richard, Louis-Claude, 1754-1821.
||Printed by Websters and Skinners
|Catalogus plantarum Americae Septentrionalis, huc usque cognitarum indigenarum et cicurum, or, A catalogue of the hitherto known native and naturalized plants of North America :
arranged according to the sexual system of Linnaeus /
by Henry Muhlenberg.
||Printed by Willliam Hamilton
|A catalogue of the works of Linnaeus :
(and publications more immediately relating thereto) preserved in the libraries of the British Museum (Bloomsbury) and the British Museum (Natural History) (South Kensington)
||Soulsby, Basil Harrington, 1864-1933. Sherborn, Charles Davies, 1861-1942.
||Printed by order of the Trustees of the British museum
|An index to the authors (other than Linnaeus) mentioned in the catalogue of the works of Linnaeus preserved in the libraries of the British Museum, second edition, 1933.
||Sherborn, Charles Davies, 1861-1942.
||Printed by order of the trustees of the British Museum
|Flora diaetetica: or, History of esculent plants, both domestic and foreign :
In which they are accurately described, and reduced to their Linnaean generic and specific names. With their English names annexed, and ranged under eleven general heads ... /
By Charles Bryant ...
||Printed for B. White
|Flora scotica, or, A systematic arrangement, in the Linnaean method, of the native plants of Scotland and the Hebrides /
by John Lightfoot, A.M. ...
||Printed for B. White ...
|Letters on the elements of botany :
addressed to a lady /
by the celebrated J.J. Rousseau ; translated into English ; with notes, and twenty-four additional letters fully explaining the system of Linnæus.
||Printed for B. White and Son
|Thirty-eight plates, with explanations :
intended to illustrate Linnæus's System of vegetables, and particularly adapted to the Letters on the elements of botany /
by Thomas Martyn ...
||Printed for B. White and son
|The gardener's and botanist's dictionary :
containing the best and newest methods of cultivating and improving the kitchen, fruit, and flower garden, and nursery : of performing the practical parts of agriculture; of managing vineyards, and of propagating all sorts of timber trees /
by the late Philip Miller ... ; to which are now first added, a complete enumeration and description of all plants hitherto known, with their generic and specific characters, places of growth, times of flowering, and uses both medicinal and economical; the whole corrected and newly arranged, with the addition of all the modern improvements in landscape gardening, and in the culture of trees, plants, and fruits, particularly in the various kinds of hot houses and forcing frames, with plates explanatory both of them, and the principles of botany, by Thomas Martyn ...
||Printed for F. and C. Rivington [and 19 others]
|Hortus anglicus, or, The modern English garden :
containing a familiar description of all the plants which are cultivated in the climate of Great Britain, either for use or ornament, and of a selection from the established favourites of the stove and green-house; arranged according to the system of Linnaeus; with remarks on the properties of the more valuable species /
by the author of "The British botanist".
||Clarke, Stephen Reynolds.
||Printed for F.C. & J. Rivington
|The universal gardener and botanist, or, A general dictionary of gardening and botany:
exhibiting in botanical arrangement, according to the Linnaean system, every tree, shrub, and herbaceous plant, that merit culture, either for use, ornament, or curiosity in every department of gardening ... Describing the proper situations, exposures, soils, manures, and every material and utensil requisite in the different garden departments; together with practical directions for performing the various mechanical operations of gardening in general /
by Thomas Mawe ... and John Abercrombie ...
||Printed for G. Robinson ... and T. Cadell ...
|Reflections on the study of nature /
translated from the Latin of ... Linnaeus.
||Linné, Carl von,
||Printed for George Nicol ...
|A sketch of the life of Linnaeus :
in a series of letters designed for young persons.
||Printed for Harvey and Darton
|Flora Scotica, or, A systematic arrangement, in the Linnaean method, of the native plants of Scotland and the Hebrides /
by John Lightfoot, A.M.
||Printed for J. Dickson, G. Mudie, J. Elder [and 9 others]
|Miscellaneous tracts relating to natural history, husbandry and physick :
to which is added the Calendar of flora /
by Benj. Stillingfleet.
||Stillingfleet, Benjamin, 1702-1771. Miller, James. Price, R.
||Printed for J. Dodsley, ... [and 2 others]