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Linné, Carl von, 1707-1778
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A genuine and universal system of natural history ; comprising the three kingdoms of animals, vegetables and minerals, arranged under their respective classes, orders, genera, and species / by the late Sir Charles Linnaeus ... improved, corrected, and enlarged by J. Frid. Gmelin ... faithfully translated, and rendered more complete by the addition of Vaillant's beautiful Birds of Africa ; the superb Fish of Mark Eliezer Bloch ; the Amphibious Animals, Reptiles, Insects, etc in the costly works of Albertus Seba, Merian, Fabricius, Knorr, &c ; the elegant improvements of the Comte de Buffon, and the more modern Discoveries of the British Navigators in the South Pacific Ocean, New Holland, New South Wales, China, Cochin-China, &c. / Methodically incorporated and arranged by the Editors of the Encyclopaedia Londinensis.
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System of natural history. System of natural history.
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Soulsby no. 129

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Printed for the Proprietor by Lewis & Co.
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London
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1794-1810
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14 vols. : ill., port. ; 22 cm.
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English

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Vol. 1-3 prepared by Ebenezer Sibly, and after his death by John Wilkes, John Jones, LL. D & Greville Jones. According to Hulth the portrait by Chapman of Linnaeus, dated Oct 16, 1802, which forms the frontispiece in this set, was issued with Vol. 9 and was coloured. Hulth's statement, that the first seven volumes had no connexion [sic] with Linne's work, is incorrect.
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The extreme dates cited on the plates range from 1 June 1794 (in Vol. 10) to 14 Aug 1809 (Vol. 12.) The work appears to have been issued in 198 (monthly) numbers, and was originally intended to form fifteen volumes ("Address", Vol. 1, p. iii) but the section on Mineralogy was eventually combined with Botany to form Vol. 14.
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Systematics
Taxonomy
Zoological nomenclature
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Sibly, E.
1751-1800
Wilkes, John,
17- -1811
Gmelin, Johann Friedrich,
1748-1804
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Systema naturae
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Index at the end of each volume.
By permission of the Trustees of The Natural History Museum (London).
NHM GENERAL - Dulau & Co. 21.xi.1917. £2.2.0
NHM GENERAL - Handwritten list of plates missing from individual volumes is at the front of each volume. Consolidated list is tipped in at the back of Vol. 14. Vol. 2 seems to be of the second edition (see note to "Directions to the Binder" at the end of that volume.) Vol. 5 is the third edition, and bears the date 1813.
NHM ZOOLOGY (DAY) - Some marginal annotations in Vol. 11 only.
NHM ZOOLOGY (DAY) - Bound in a uniform brown binding.
NHM ENTOMOLOGY - Quarterbound in brown calfskin, with marbled paper on boards.
NHM ZOOLOGY (DAY) - Vols. 9-11 only.
NHM ENTOMOLOGY - Vol. 13 only
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LINNAEUS, Carl
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A genuine and universal system of natural history; comprising the three kingdoms of animals, vegetables, and minerals, arranged under their respective classes, orders, genera, and species by the late Sir Charles Linnaeus ... Improved, corrected, and enlarged by J.Frid. Gmelin ... Faithfully translated, and rendered more complete by the addition of Vaillant's beautiful Birds of Africa; the superb fish of Mark Eliezer Bloch; the amphibious animals, reptiles, insects, etc. in the costly works of Seba, Merian, Fabricius, Knorr, etc, the elegant improvements of the Comte de Buffon, and the more modern discoveries of the British navigators in the South Pacific Ocean, New Holland, New South Wales, China, Cochin-China, etc. Methodically incorporated and arranged by the Editors of the Encyclopaedia Londinensis.
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Soulsby no. 129.

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G.Jones
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Vols.1 and 5 are described on the title page as being ''third edition'' and bear the dates 1816 and 1813 respectively. No other vols. bear publication dates.
London
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1794-1810
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English

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Vol.1 has engraved coloured portrait of Linnaeus ''Chapman sculp...1812''. Vol.7 does not have title as described by Soulsby.
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GMELIN, Johann Friedrich.
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A genuine and universal system of natural history; comprising the three kingdoms of animals, vegetables, and minerals, arranged under their respective classes, orders, genera, and species by the late Sir Charles Linnaeus ... Improved, corrected, and enlarged by J.Frid. Gmelin ... Faithfully translated, and rendered more complete by the addition of Vaillant's beautiful Birds of Africa; the superb fish of Mark Eliezer Bloch; the amphibious animals, reptiles, insects, etc. in the costly works of Seba, Merian, Fabricius, Knorr, etc, the elegant improvements of the Comte de Buffon, and the more modern discoveries of the British navigators in the South Pacific Ocean, New Holland, New South Wales, China, Cochin-China, etc. Methodically incorporated and arranged by the Editors of the Encyclopaedia Londinensis.
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Soulsby no. 129.

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G.Jones
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London
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Linné, Carl von, 1707-1778
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Uniform title:
Systema naturae.
Title:
Genuine and universal system of natural history; comprising the three kingdoms of animals, vegetables, and minerals, arranged under their respective classes, orders, genera, and species. 12 By the late Sir Charles Linnaeus. Improved, corrected, and enlarged, by J. Frid. Gmelin. Faithfully translated and rendered more complete by the addition of Vaillant's beautiful Birds of Africa [et. al.]. Methodically incorporated and arranged by the editors of the Encyclopedia Londinensis.
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Soulsby no. 129

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London: Printed for the proprietor by W. Lewis, No. 2, Paternoster-Row; and sold by Champante and Whitrow, Jewry-Street, Aldgate; and at the British Directory Office, Ave-Maria-Lane, St. Paul's.
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1794?
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735 s., 21 pl.-bl. : ill., planscher
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English

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Plansch-blad "Egyptian Viper, Elegant Viper, Cruel Viper" inbunden vid s. 530 i stället för vid s. 454 som anges i index i vol. 13.
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Naturhistoria klassifikation
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Gmelin, Johann Friedrich,
1748-1804
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Lewis
Champante and Whitrow
British Directory Office
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Linné, Carl von, 1707-1778
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Uniform title:
Systema naturae.
Title:
Genuine and universal system of natural history; comprising the three kingdoms of animals, vegetables, and minerals, arranged under their respective classes, orders, genera, and species. 2 By the late Sir Charles Linnaeus. Improved, corrected, and enlarged, by J. Frid. Gmelin. Faithfully translated and rendered more complete by the addition of Vaillant's beautiful Birds of Africa [et. al.] Methodically incorporated and arranged by the editors of the Encyclopedia Londinensis.
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London: Printed for the proprietor by Lewis and Co. No. 2, Paternoster-Row; and sold by Champante and Whitrow, Jewry-Street, Aldgate; and at the British Directory Office, Ave-Maria-Lane, St. Paul's.
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1794?
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474, [1] s., 35 pl.-bl.
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Plansch-blad "Comparative Anatomy of the Skulls of Men, Apes and Birds" saknas vid s. 416, felaktigt inbunden i vol. 3 vid. s. 426.
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Gmelin, Johann Friedrich,
1748-1804
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Lewis
Champante and Whitrow
British Directory Office
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Linné, Carl von, 1707-1778
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Systema naturae.
Title:
Genuine and universal system of natural history; comprising the three kingdoms of animals, vegetables, and minerals, arranged under their respective classes, orders, genera, and species. 3 By the late Sir Charles Linnaeus. Improved, corrected, and enlarged, by J. Frid. Gmelin. Faithfully translated and rendered more complete by the addition of Vaillant's beautiful Birds of Africa [et. al.] Methodically incorporated and arranged by the editors of the Encyclopedia Londinensis.
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Soulsby no. 129

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London: Printed for the proprietor by Lewis and Co. No.2, Paternoster-Row; and sold by Chmpante and Whitrow, Jewry-Street, Aldgate; and at the British Directory Office, Ave-Maria-Lane, St. Paul's.
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1794?
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626 s., 44 pl.-bl.
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Plansch-blad tillhörande vol. 2 felaktigt inbunden vid s. 426
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Gmelin, Johann Friedrich,
1748-1804
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Lewis
Champante and Whitrow
British Directory Office
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Linné, Carl von, 1707-1778
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Uniform title:
Systema naturae.
Title:
Genuine and universal system of natural history; comprising the three kingdoms of animals, vegetables, and minerals, arranged under their respective classes, orders, genera, and species. 13 By the late Sir Charles Linnaeus. Improved, corrected, and enlarged, by J. Frid. Gmelin. Faithfully translated and rendered more complete by the addition of Vaillant's beautiful Birds of Africa [et. al.]. Methodically incorporated and arranged by the editors of the Encyclopedia Londinensis.
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London: Printed for the proprietor by Lewis & Hamblin, No. 2, Paternoster-Row; and sold by Champante and Whitrow, Jewry-Street, Aldgate; and at the British Directory Office, Ave-Maria-Lane, St. Paul's.
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1794?
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648 s., 33 pl.-bl. : ill., planscher
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English

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Naturhistoria klassifikation
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Gmelin, Johann Friedrich,
1748-1804
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Lewis
Champante and Whitrow
British Directory Office
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Linné, Carl von, 1707-1778
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Uniform title:
Systema naturae.
Title:
Genuine and universal system of natural history; comprising the three kingdoms of animals, vegetables, and minerals, arranged under their respective classes, orders, genera, and species. 7 By the late Sir Charles Linnaeus. Improved, corrected, and enlarged, by J. Frid. Gmelin. Faithfully translated and rendered more complete by the addition of Vaillant's beautiful Birds of Africa [et. al.]. Methodically incorporated and arranged by the editors of the Encyclopedia Londinensis.
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London: Printed for the proprietor by Lewis and Roden, Paternoster-Row; and sold by Champante and Whitrow, Jewry-Street, Aldgate; and at the British Directory Office, Ave-Maria-Lane, St. Paul's.
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1794?
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516 [4] s., 34 pl.-bl. : ill., planscher
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Naturhistoria klassifikation
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Gmelin, Johann Friedrich,
1748-1804
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Lewis
Champante and Whitrow
British Directory Office
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Linné, Carl von, 1707-1778
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Uniform title:
Systema naturae.
Title:
Genuine and universal system of natural history; comprising the three kingdoms of animals, vegetables, and minerals, arranged under their respective classes, orders, genera, and species. 8 By the late Sir Charles Linnaeus. Improved, corrected, and enlarged, by J. Frid. Gmelin. Faithfully translated and rendered more complete by the addition of Vaillant's beautiful Birds of Africa [et. al.]. Methodically incorporated and arranged by the editors of the Encyclopedia Londinensis.
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Soulsby no. 129

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London: Printed for the proprietor by William Lewis, No-2, Paternoster-Row; and sold by Champante and Whitrow, Jewry-Street, Aldgate; and at the British Directory Office, Ave-Maria-Lane, St. Paul's.
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1794?
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496 s., 19 pl.-bl. : ill., planscher
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Naturhistoria klassifikation
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Gmelin, Johann Friedrich,
1748-1804
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Lewis
Champante and Whitrow
British Directory Office
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Linné, Carl von, 1707-1778
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Systema naturae.
Title:
Genuine and universal system of natural history; comprising the three kingdoms of animals, vegetables, and minerals, arranged under their respective classes, orders, genera, and species. 9 By the late Sir Charles Linnaeus. Improved, corrected, and enlarged, by J. Frid. Gmelin. Faithfully translated and rendered more complete by the addition of Vaillant's beautiful Birds of Africa [et. al.]. Methodically incorporated and arranged by the editors of the Encyclopedia Londinensis.
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London: Printed for the proprietor by Lewis and Co. No.2, Paternoster-Row; and sold by Champante and Whitrow, Jewry-Street, Aldgate; and at the British Directory Office, Ave-Maria-Lane, St. Paul's.
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1794?
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544 s., 9 pl.-bl. : ill., planscher
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Gmelin, Johann Friedrich,
1748-1804
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Lewis
Champante and Whitrow
British Directory Office
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Linné, Carl von, 1707-1778
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Uniform title:
Systema naturae.
Title:
Genuine and universal system of natural history; comprising the three kingdoms of animals, vegetables, and minerals, arranged under their respective classes, orders, genera, and species. 11 By the late Sir Charles Linnaeus. Improved, corrected, and enlarged, by J. Frid. Gmelin. Faithfully translated and rendered more complete by the addition of Vaillant's beautiful Birds of Africa [et. al.]. Methodically incorporated and arranged by the editors of the Encyclopedia Londinensis.
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London: Printed for the proprietor by Lewis and Roden, Paternoster-Row; and sold by Champante and Whitrow, Jewry-Street, Aldgate; and at the British Directory Office, Ave-Maria-Lane, St. Paul's.
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1794?
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524 s., 21 pl.-bl. : ill., planscher
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Naturhistoria klassifikation
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Gmelin, Johann Friedrich,
1748-1804
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Lewis
Champante and Whitrow
British Directory Office
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Author:
Linné, Carl von, 1707-1778
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Uniform title:
Systema naturae.
Title:
Genuine and universal system of natural history; comprising the three kingdoms of animals, vegetables, and minerals, arranged under their respective classes, orders, genera, and species. 10 By the late Sir Charles Linnaeus. Improved, corrected, and enlarged, by J. Frid. Gmelin. Faithfully translated and rendered more complete by the addition of Vaillant's beautiful Birds of Africa [et. al.]. Methodically incorporated and arranged by the editors of the Encyclopedia Londinensis.
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Soulsby no. 129

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London: Printed for the proprietor by Lewis and Roden, Paternoster-Row; and sold by Champante and Whitrow, Jewry-Street, Aldgate; and at the British Directory Office, Ave-Maria-Lane, St. Paul's.
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1794?
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488 s., 17 pl.-bl. : ill., planscher
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Naturhistoria klassifikation
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Gmelin, Johann Friedrich,
1748-1804
Additional corporate author(s):
Lewis
Champante and Whitrow
British Directory Office
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Author:
Linné, Carl von, 1707-1778
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Uniform title:
Systema naturae.
Title:
Genuine and universal system of natural history; comprising the three kingdoms of animals, vegetables, and minerals, arranged under their respective classes, orders, genera, and species. 6 By the late Sir Charles Linnaeus. Improved, corrected, and enlarged, by J. Frid. Gmelin. Faithfully translated and rendered more complete by the addition of Vaillant's beautiful Birds of Africa [et. al.]. Methodically incorporated and arranged by the editors of the Encyclopedia Londinensis.
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London: Printed for the proprietor by Lewis and Roden, Paternoster-Row; and sold by Champante and Whitrow, Jewry-Street, Aldgate; and at the British Directory Office, Ave-Maria-Lane, St. Paul's.
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1794?
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532 s., 36 pl.-bl. : ill., planscher
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Gmelin, Johann Friedrich,
1748-1804
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Lewis
Champante and Whitrow
British Directory Office
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Author:
Linné, Carl von, 1707-1778
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Uniform title:
Systema naturae.
Title:
Genuine and universal system of natural history; comprising the three kingdoms of animals, vegetables, and minerals, arranged under their respective classes, orders, genera, and species. 14 By the late Sir Charles Linnaeus. Improved, corrected, and enlarged, by J. Frid. Gmelin. Faithfully translated and rendered more complete by the addition of Vaillant's beautiful Birds of Africa [et. al.]. Methodically incorporated and arranged by the editors of the Encyclopedia Londinensis.
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London: Printed for the proprietor by W. Lewis, Paternoster-Row; and sold by Champante and Whitrow, Jewry-Street, Aldgate; and at the British Directory Office, Ave-Maria-Lane, St. Paul's.
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1794?
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712 s., 19 pl.-bl. : ill., planscher
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Gmelin, Johann Friedrich,
1748-1804
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Lewis
Champante and Whitrow
British Directory Office
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Author:
Linné, Carl von, 1707-1778
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Uniform title:
Systema naturae.
Title:
Genuine and universal system of natural history; comprising the three kingdoms of animals, vegetables, and minerals, arranged under their respective classes, orders, genera, and species. 1 By the late Sir Charles Linnaeus. Improved, corrected, and enlarged, by J. Frid. Gmelin. Faithfully translated and rendered more complete by the addition of Vaillant's beautiful Birds of Africa [et. al.] Methodically incorporated and arranged by the editors of the Encyclopedia Londinensis.
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Soulsby no. 129

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London: Printed for the proprietor by Lewis and Co. No.2, Paternoster-Row; and sold by Champante and Whitrow, Jewry-Street, Aldgate; and at the British Directory Office, Ave-Maria-Lane, St. Paul's.
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1794?
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8, [4], 544 s. (s. 544 opag.), 37 pl.-bl.
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Gmelin, Johann Friedrich,
1748-1804
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Lewis
Champante and Whitrow
British Directory Office
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Author:
Linné, Carl von, 1707-1778
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Uniform title:
Systema naturae.
Title:
Genuine and universal system of natural history; comprising the three kingdoms of animals, vegetables, and minerals, arranged under their respective classes, orders, genera, and species. 4 By the late Sir Charles Linnaeus. Improved, corrected, and enlarged, by J. Frid. Gmelin. Faithfully translated and rendered more complete by the addition of Vaillant's beautiful Birds of Africa [et. al.] Methodically incorporated and arranged by the editors of the Encyclopedia Londinensis.
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Soulsby no. 129

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London: Printed for the proprietor by Lewis and Co. No. 2, Paternoster-Row; and sold by Champante and Whitrow, Jewry-Street, Aldgate; and by the British Directory Office, Ave-Maria-Lane, St. Paul's.
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1794?
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544 s., 38 pl.-bl.
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Gmelin, Johann Friedrich,
1748-1804
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Lewis
Champante and Whitrow
British Directory Office
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Author:
Linné, Carl von, 1707-1778
Corporate author:
Main entry uniform title:
Uniform title:
Systema naturae.
Title:
Genuine and universal system of natural history; comprising the three kingdoms of animals, vegetables, and minerals, arranged under their respective classes, orders, genera, and species. 5 By the late Sir Charles Linnaeus. Improved, corrected, and enlarged, by J. Frid. Gmelin. Faithfully translated and rendered more complete by the addition of Vaillant's beautiful Birds of Africa [et. al.] Methodically incorporated and arranged by the editors of the Encyclopedia Londinensis.
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Soulsby no. 129

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Place of publication:
London: Printed for the proprietor by Lewis and Roden, Paternoster-Row; and sold by Champante and Whitrow, Jewry-Street, Aldgate; and at the British Directory Office, Ave-Maria-Lane, St. Paul's.
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1794?
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512 s., 38 pl.-bl.
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Gmelin, Johann Friedrich,
1748-1804
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Lewis
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Linné, Carl von, 1707-1778
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Systema naturae.
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Genuine and universal system of natural history comprising the three kingdoms of animals, vegetables and minerals / improved, corrected and enlarged by J. Frid. Gmelin
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Soulsby no. 129

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London
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1794-1808
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14 vol.
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English

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Gmelin, Johann Friedrich,
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Linné, Carl von, 1707-1778.
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Systema naturae.
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A genuine and universal system of natural history; comprising the three kingdoms of animals, vegetables, and minerals, arranged under their respective classes, orders, genera, and species. By Sir Charles Linnaeus; improved, corr., and enl. by J. Frid. Gmelin. Faithfully translated and rendered more complete by the addition of Vaillant's beautiful Birds of Agrica [etc.] Methodically incorporated and arranged by the editors of the Encyclopedia Londinensis.
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Soulsby no. 129.

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Lewis
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London
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1794-1808
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14 v. illus. 22 cm.
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English, Latin

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Natural history Classification.
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Gmelin, Johann Friedrich,
1748-1804.
Linné, Carl von,
1707-1778.
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ocm07904689
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