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Linné, Carl von, 1707-1778.
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The elements of botany; ... being a translation of the Philosophia botanica and other treatises of ... Linnæus; to which is added an Appendix, wherein are described some plants lately found in Norfolk and Suffolk, etc. By H. Rose.
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Soulsby no.:
Soulsby no. 470

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London
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1775
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(8o)
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English

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(Apothecary)
Rose, Hugh
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017362238
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Linné Carl von 1707-1778
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The ¤elements of botany containing the history of the science: with accurate definitions of all the terms of art, exemplified in eleven copper-plates; the theory of vegetables; the scientific arrangement of plants, and names used in botany; rules concerning the general history, virtues an uses of plantsbeing a translation of the Philosophia Botanica, and other treatises of the celebrated Linnæusto which is added an Appendix, wherein are described some plants lately found in Norfolk and Suffolk, illustrated with three additional copper-plates, all taken from the life by Hugh Rose
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Soulsby no. 470

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Publisher:
T. Cadell
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London
Publishing year:
1775
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xii, 472 s., 14 tav.
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Rose
Hugh
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20191013043400.0
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LINNAEUS, Carl
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The elements of botany: containing the History of the Science ... Being a translation of the Philosophia Botanica, and other treatises of the celebrated Linnaeus. To which is added, an appendix, wherein are described some plants lately found in Norfolk and Suffolk ... By Hugh Rose, Apothecary.
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Soulsby no.:
Soulsby no. 470.

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Publisher:
T. Cadell
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London
Publishing year:
1775
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pp. xii, 472, xi plates + iii plates in appendix.
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Language(s):
English

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Subject:
Botany
Systematic botany.
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ROSE, Hugh.
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C26204
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Rose, Hugh.
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The elements of botany ... : being a translation of the Philosophia botanica, and other treatises of the celebrated Linnaeus ; to which is added an appendix, wherein are described some plants lately found in Norfolk and Suffolk, illustrated with three additional copper-plates, all taken from the life / by Hugh Rose ...
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Soulsby no.:
Soulsby no. 470.

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Printed for T. Cadell ... ;and M. Hingeston ... ;
Place of publication:
London
Publishing year:
1775
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xii, 472 p., [14] leaves of plates : ill. (copper engravings) ; 22 cm.
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Language(s):
English, Latin

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... Containing the history of the science; with accurate definitions of all the terms of art, exemplified in eleven copper-plates; the theory of vegetables; the scientific arrangement of plants, and names used in botany; rules concerning the general history, virtues, and uses of plants ...
Plates numbered I-XI, I-III.
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Plants Early works to 1800.
Plants Classification Early works to 1800.
Plants England Early works to 1800.
Additional author(s):
Linné, Carl von,
1707-1778.
Additional corporate author(s):
Thomas Cadell.
M. Hingeston.
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ocm05340683
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Rose, Hugh, 1716-1792
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The elements of botany: containing the history of the science: with accurate definitions of all the terms of art exemplified in eleven copper-plates; the theory of vegetables; the scientific arrangement of plants, and names used in botany; rules concerning the general history, virtues, and uses of plants, being a translation of the Philosophia botanica and other treatises of the celebrated Linnaeus. To which is added, an appendix, wherein are described some plants lately found in Norfolk and Suffolk, illustrated with three additional copper-plates, all taken from the life / by Hugh Rose, Apothecary.
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Soulsby no.:
Soulsby no. 470

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Publisher:
T. Cadell :M. Hingeston
Place of publication:
London
Publishing year:
1775
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Physical description:
xii, 472 p., 14 leaves of plates : ill. ; 23 cm.
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Language(s):
English

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NHM GENERAL - Stamp of London Institution on title page.
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In English.
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Additional author(s):
Linné, Carl von,
1707-1778
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Philosophia botanica
OPAC identifier:
9929318102081
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By permission of the Trustees of The Natural History Museum (London).
NHM GENERAL - A. Reynell, No. 23. 10.vi.1927. 7s.6d.
NHM BOTANY - P. 111/112 has come adrift.
NHM GENERAL - The volume has been rebound but the pages have not been trimmed.
NHM BOTANY - The volume has been rebound.
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Author:
Linné, Carl von, 1707-1778.
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Uniform title:
Philosophia botanica.
Title:
The elements of botany : containing the history of the science ... / Carl von Linné ; translated by Hugh Rose ; to which is added an appendix, wherein are described some plants lately found in Norfolk and Suffolk.
Varying title form:
Rose's botany.
Soulsby no.:
Soulsby no. 470.

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Publisher:
T. Cadell
Place of publication:
London
Publishing year:
1775
Edition:
Physical description:
xii, 472 p., 14 leaves of plates : ill. ; 21 cm.
Series entry:
Language(s):
English, Latin

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Title from B.M. catalog.
Spine title: Rose's botany.
Translation of: Philosophia botanica.
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Provenance:
Hosack, David, 1769-1835
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Subject:
Plants Classification
Plants Nomenclature
Botany History
Plants England Norfolk Early works to 1800.
Plants England Suffolk Early works to 1800.
Additional author(s):
(Apothecary)
Rose, Hugh
Linné, Carl von,
1707-1778.
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ocm05340683
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Copy 1 imperfect: T.p. wanting.
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Rose, Hugh (1730?-1790?)
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The elements of botany ... being a translation of the Philosophia botanica, and other treatises of the celebrated Linnæus, to which is added an appendix, wherein are described some plants lately found in Norfolk and Suffolk / by Hugh Rose.
Varying title form:
Soulsby no.:
Soulsby no. 470.

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T. Cadell [etc.]
Place of publication:
London
Publishing year:
1775
Edition:
Physical description:
xii, 472 p. : ill. (14 plates) ; 21 cm.
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Language(s):
English, Latin

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Subject:
Botany
Additional author(s):
Linnaeus, Carl von
(1707-1778)
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ocm05340683
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Author:
Linné, Carl von (1707-1778).
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Philosophia botanica.
Title:
The elements of botany : containing the history of the science: with accurate definitions of all the terms of art, exemplified in eleven copper-plates; the theory of vegetables; the scientific arrangement of plants, and names used in botan; rules concerning the general history, virtues, and uses of plants. Being a translation of the Philosophia Botanica, and other treatises of the celebrated Linnaeus. To which is added, an appendix, wherein are described some plants lately found in Norfolk and Suffolk, illustrated with three additional copper-plates, all taken from the life / By Hugh Rose, apothecary.
Varying title form:
Soulsby no.:
Soulsby no. 470

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Publisher:
T. Cadell / M. Hingeston
Place of publication:
London
Publishing year:
1775
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Physical description:
Pp. xii, 472, [14] leaves of plates ; 23.4 cm.
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Language(s):
English, Latin

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The text is mostly a translation of Linnaeus' Philosophia botanica (1751), but with occasional additions on English flora, including a list of plants newly discovered in East Anglia.
Complete imprint statement: London: Printed for T. Cadell, opposite Catharine-Street in the Strand; and M. Hingeston, near Temple-Bar. MDCCLXXV.
Press figures. A3v: 5. B5r: 4. C8v: 2. D7r: 3. E6r: 4. E7r: 1. F7v: 3. G7v: 3. H7r: 2. H7v: 6. I6r: 5. I7r: 2. K6r: 5. L7r: 6. L7v: 7. M6r: 7. M7r: 6. N7v: 3. O4v: 3. P1v: 6. P2v: 2. Q6r: 2. R7r: 2. S7v: 7. T7v: 2. U1v: 2. U7r: 6. X5r: 7. X7v: 6. Y1v: 7. Z8r: 5. Aa8v: 2. Bb1v: 7. Cc8v: 5. Dd1v: 2. Ee8v: 3. Ff7r: 7.
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Pp. 382-8 contain lists of flowering times, both Linnaeus' observation of plants at Upsala and observations of English plants; On p. 397 will be found Linnaeus' "Horologium florae", or floral clock, arranged according to the times of opening of flowers throughout the day.
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Title-page bears at base the stamp of the Horticultural Society of London, and at the top the ink inscription "Presented by Mr. John Lindley May 1st. 1822.
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Subject:
Botany
Classification
Nomenclature
18th century.
Flowering times.
Linnaeus' floral clock.
Flora
Great Britain.
Norfolk (County: England).
Suffolk (County: England).
Additional author(s):
Rose, Hugh
(c.1717-1792).
Lindley, John
(1799-1865)
Lindley, John
(1799-1865)
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Thomas Cadell (London, England)
Mileson Hingeston (London, England)
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Rare Books Room shelf 5
Bound in half sheep with paper over boards marbled in curl pattern; gilt single fillets at leather edges. Rebound October 1958 by Wigmore Bindery (32s.); remains of original spine glued to new rounded spine. Older spine with give raised bands bearing gilt decorations; panels filled with gilt decorations, surrounded by gilt double fillets. Red morocco lettering-piece with gilt triple fillets in different styles, and title: ROSE'S / ELEMENTS / OF BOTANY. Top-edge stained.
Condition noted; 20060105. Corners eroded; marbled paper on boards scuffed and worn. Some spotting, and frequent brownish staining to untrimmed fore-edges, especially on the plates. Perforation on title-page caused by heavy erasure has been repaired with tissue. Tears at base of A2, Gg3. Base of A5 torn away and replaced by strip of paper; base and much of fore-edge of C5 similarly torn and replaced. Perforations near fore-edge on A5, Q3. Staining or browning of paper on K3.
Condition noted; 20130805. Good. Upper corner of front board eroded and truncated.
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Annotated throughout, in ink and silverpoint. On the title-page, the word "eleven" has been scored through, and the word "fourteen" written alongside and subsequently partially erased. Errata on p. ix are crossed out, and entered in ink in the text. Many of the annotations consist of the expansion of abbreviations and the replacement of dittos by full words; some translate Latin names; others amend errors in spelling and cross-referencing (the book appears to have been carelessly proof-read). A few annotations comment on principles of nomenclature and classification, as on pp. 258, 276-7, 310. Some annotations refer to an unspecified MS, presumably a work in progress of Lindley's.
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Author:
Linné, Carl von, 1707-1778
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Main entry uniform title:
Uniform title:
Philosophia botanica.
Title:
The elements of botany: containing the history of the science: with accurate definitions of all the terms of art, exemplified in eleven copper-plates; the theory of vegetables; the scientific arrangement of plants, and names used in botany; rules concerning the general history, virtues, and uses of plants. Being a translation of the Philosophia botanica, and other treaties of the celebrated Linnæus. To which is added an appendix, wherein are described some plants lately found in Norfolk and Suffolk, illustrated with three additional copper-plates, all taken from the life. By Hugh Rose.
Varying title form:
Soulsby no.:
Soulsby no. 470

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Place of publication:
London: printed for T. Cadell, opposite Catharine-Street in the Strand, and M. Hingeston, near Temple-Bar. MDCCLXXV.
Publishing year:
1775
Edition:
Physical description:
[21] s., s. iii-xii, 471 [1] s., [14] pl.-bl. ; 8:o
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Language(s):
Latin, English

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Antikva
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Stämpel: K. Vetenskaps Akademiens Bibliotek R. Dawson
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Subject:
Botanik sao 141538
Botany
Verk före 1800 saogf 353523
Additional author(s):
Rose, Hugh
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Cadell
Hingeston
Kungl. Vetenskapsakademien
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10217905
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H S. 465-472 med plansch 7-11, 1-3 felaktigt inbundna före s. 449
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H Marmorerat helskinnband, fast slät rygg med guldpressad dekor i fält och röd titeletikett, marmorerade försätts och gula snitt
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Author:
Linné, Carl von, 1707-1778
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Main entry uniform title:
Uniform title:
Philosophia botanica.
Title:
The elements of botany: containing the history of the science: with accurate definitions of all the terms of art, exemplified in eleven copper-plates; the theory of vegetables; the scientific arrangement of plants, and names used in botany; rules concerning the general history, virtues, and uses of plants. Being a translation of the Philosophia botanica, and other treaties of the celebrated Linnæus. To which is added an appendix, wherein are described some plants lately found in Norfolk and Suffolk, illustrated with three additional copper-plates, all taken from the life. By Hugh Rose.
Varying title form:
Soulsby no.:
Soulsby no. 470

Edition details

Publisher:
Place of publication:
London: printed for T. Cadell, opposite Catharine-Street in the Strand, and M. Hingeston, near Temple-Bar. MDCCLXXV.
Publishing year:
1775
Edition:
Physical description:
[21] s., s. iii-xii, 471 [1] s., [14] pl.-bl. ; 8:o
Series entry:
Language(s):
Latin, English

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Antikva
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Provenance:
R. Dawson
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Subject:
Botanik sao
Verk före 1800 saogf
Additional author(s):
Rose, Hugh
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Cadell
Hingeston
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vtls001812881
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Uka Omfång: xii, 471 [1] s., [14] pl.-bl.
Uka Brunt halvskinnband med förstärkta hörn, guldtryck på ryggen, marmorerat omslagspapper