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Title Author Soulsby Publisher Year
Miscellaneous tracts relating to natural history, husbandry and physick. To which is added the Calendar of Flora. [Translated] By B. Stillingfleet. The second edition, corrected and augmented, etc. Linné, Carl von, 1707-1778. 1320 R. & J. Dodsley 1762 Digital version available
Openingsplechtigheid van der Tentoonstelling [of objects connected with the life of Linnæus; being an address delivered by W. A. V. V. on the life of Linnæus]. VERBRUGGE, W. A. Viruly. 2767 Privately printed 1878 Digital version available
Rede ter herdenking van den sterfdag van C. Linnaeus [containing a sketch of his life]. OUDEMANS, Cornelis Antoon Jan Abraham. 2776 Privately printed 1878 Digital version available
Linné : en småländsk resa / sammanställd av Smålands Akademi ; Lars-Olof Larsson, (red.). Larsson, Lars Olof, 1934- 3976 Prisma 2006 Digital version available
Joannes A. Scopoli - Carl Linnaeus : dopisovanje = correspondence : 1760-1775. / [prevod pisem v slovenski jezik, angleški prevod [ter uvodno besedilo]] Darinka Soban. Soban, Darinka. 4223 Prirodoslovno društvo Slovenije 2004 Digital version available
An epitome of the natural history of the insects of China : comprising figures and descriptions of upwards of one hundred new, singular, and beautiful species; together with some that are of importance in medicine, domestic economy, &c. The figures are accurately drawn, engraved and coloured, from specimens of the insects; the descriptions are arranged according to the system of Linnæus; with references to the writings of Fabricius, and other systematic authors. / By E. Donovan. Donovan, E. 1768-1837. 1232a Printed for the author, by T. Bensley 1798 Digital version available
Fundamenta entomologiæ: or, an Introduction to the knowledge of insects. Being a translation of the Fundamenta entomologiæ of Linnæus (originally written by A. J. Bladh and afterwards published in the 7th vol. of Linnæus's Amœnitates academicæ), farther illustrated with copper-plates and additions. By W. Curtis. BLADH, Andreas Johannes. 2371 Printed for the Author 1772 Digital version available
A companion to the Botanical Magazine; or, a familiar introduction to the study of botany, being the substance of a course of lectures, chiefly explanatory of the Linnæan system, read at the Botanic Garden, Lambeth-Marsh ... Now first published in the form of a dialogue betwixt a pupil and his preceptor, and illustrated by figures entirely new. CURTIS, William, Botanist. 724 Printed for the Author 1788 Digital version available
The philosophy of botany, being botanical, and philosophical extracts, including, A new illustration of the sexual system of Linnaeus ... Vol. 1. [Followed by vol. 2, “The genera of exotic and indigenous plants that are to be met with in Great Britain; arranged according to the reformed system.” With plates.] THORNTON, Robert John. 767c Printed for the Author 1799 [1806?] Digital version available
A dictionary of the ornamental trees, shrubs, and plants, most commonly cultivated in the plantations, gardens, and stoves, of Great-Britain, etc. BRYANT, Charles (Naturalist) 733a Printed for the Author 1790 Digital version available
Welsh botanology; part the first. A systematic catalogue of the native plants of the Isle of Anglesey, in Latin, English, and Welsh ... To which is added, an appendix, consisting of those genera, in the three first volumes of Flora Britannica, which are not of spontaneous growth in Anglesey, rendered likewise into Welsh. (Llysieuiaith Gymreig, yr ail ran ... The second part of Welsh botanology is an alphabetical catalogue of the Welsh names of vegetables rendered into Latin and English, etc.). DAVIES, Hugh, Rector of Aber. 802e Printed for the Author 1813 Digital version available
The civil and natural history of Jamaica, etc. [With maps.] BROWNE, Patrick, M.D. 636 Printed for the Author 1756 Digital version available
Clavis Anglica linguæ botanicæ; or, A botanical lexicon; in which the terms of botany ... are applied, derived, explained, contrasted and exemplified. BERKENHOUT, John. 2181 Printed for the Author 1764 Digital version available
Loudon's Hortus britannicus : a catalogue of all the plants indigenous, cultivated in, or introduced to Britain / by the late J.C. Loudon ; part I. the natural arrangement ... part II. the linnæan arrangement ... ; preceded by an introduction to the linnæan system. Loudon, J. C. 1783-1843. 838d Printed for Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans 1850 Digital version available
Medical botany, or, History of plants in the materia medica of the London, Edinburgh & Dublin pharmacopoeias, arranged according to the Linnaean system. 813 Printed for E. Cox 1821-1822 Digital version available
Medical botany, or, History of plants in the materia medica of the London, Edinburgh & Dublin pharmacopoeias, arranged according to the Linnaean system. 3967 Printed for E. Cox 1821-1822 Digital version available
A catalogue of the works of Linnaeus (and publications more immediately relating there to), preserved in the libraries of the British Museum (Bloomsbury) and the British Museum (Natural History), South Kensington. 4066 Printed by order of the Trustees of the British Museum 1933 Digital version available
Travels into North America : containing its natural history, and a circumstantial account of its plantations and agriculture in general, with the civil, ecclesiastical and commercial state of the country, the manners of the inhabitants, and several curious and important remarks on various subjects / by Peter Kalm, Professor of Oeconomy in the University of Aobo in Swedish Finland, and member of the Swedish Royal Academy of Sciences ; translated into English by John Reinhold Forster, F.A.S. Enriched with a map, several cuts for the illustration of natural history, and some additional notes... Kalm, Pehr, 1716-1779. 2586d Printed by William Eyres 1770-1771 Digital version available
Index testaceologicus; or a catalogue of shells, British and foreign, arranged according to the Linnæan system; with the Latin and English names, references to figures, and places where found. WOOD, William, F.R.S. 1237 Printed by Richard and Arthur Taylor, for W. Wood 1818 Digital version available
Hortus Jamaicensis, or, a botanical description (according to the Linnean system) and an account of the virtues, &c. of its indigenous plants hitherto known, as also of the most useful exotics / compiled from the best authorities, and alphabetically arranged ..., by John Lunan. Lunan, John. 802j Printed at the Office of the St. Jago de la Vega Gazette 1814 Digital version available