Union Catalogue

All records for New York Botanical Garden (718 results)

Title Author Soulsby Publisher Year
A Botanical nomenclator : containing a systematical arrangement of the classes, orders, genera, and species of plants as described in the new edition of Linnæsus's Systema naturæ, by Dr. Gmelin ... / by William Forsyth, Jr. Forsyth, William, 1772-1835. 134 Printed for T. Cadell :P. Elmsly 1794 Digital version available
A botanical arrangement of British plants; including the uses of each species in medicine, diet, rural economy and the arts. With an easy introduction to the study of botany, &c. &c. Withering, William, 1741-1799. 675c Printed by M. Swinney for G.G.J. & J. Robinson [etc.] 1787-92 Digital version available
A botanical arrangement of all the vegetables naturally growing in Great Britain. With descriptions of the genera and species, according to the system of ... Linnaeus ... With an easy introduction to the study of botany, shewing the method of investigating plants, and directions how to dry and preserve specimens ... Withering, William, 1741-1799. 675b Printed by M. Swinney, for T. Cadel and P. Elmsley and G. Robinson, London 1776 Digital version available
A botanical dictionary, or, Elements of systematic and philosophical botany ... / by Colin Milne. Milne, Colin, 1743 or 1744-1815. 654 Printed for W. Griffin 1770 Digital version available
A botanical dictionary: or, Elements of systematic and philosophical botany. By Colin Milne ... Milne, Colin, 1743 or 1744-1815. 655 Printed for H.D. Symonds by Bye and Law 1805 Digital version available
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) / [compiled by B.H. Soulsby]. Soulsby, Basil H. 1864-1933. 4066 Printed by order of the Trustees of the British Museum 1933 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 Linnaean system, read at the Botanic garden, Lambeth-Marsh. Now first pub. in the form of a dialogue betwixt a pupil and his preceptor. Curtis, William, 1746-1799. 724 Printed for the author, by Couchman and Fry 1788 Digital version available
A consideration of the species plantarum of Linnaeus as a basis for the starting point of the nomenclature of cryptogams / W.G. Farlow. Farlow, W. G. 1844-1919. 496 s.n 1910?] Digital version available
A dissertation on the sexes of plants. Translated from the Latin of Linnaeus by James Edward Smith. Linné, Carl von, 1707-1778. 2117 Printed for the author, and sold by G. Nicol 1786 Digital version available
A family herbal; or, Familiar account of the medical properties of British and foreign plants, also their uses in dying, and the various arts, arranged according to the Linnean system. Plants drawn from nature by Henderson, and engraved by Bewick. Thornton, Robert John, 1768?-1837. 793 Crosby 1814 Digital version available
A flora of Shropshire. Leighton, W. A. 1805-1889. 848d Davies 1841 Digital version available
A general system of gardening and botany; containing a complete enumeration and description of all plants hitherto known ... Founded upon Miller's Gardener's dictionary, and arranged according to the natural system. By George Don. Don, George, 1798-1856. 842 Printed for C. J. G. and F. Rivington 1831-37 Digital version available
A general system of nature : through the three grand kingdoms of animals, vegetables and minerals : systematically divided into their several classes, orders, genera, species, and varieties, with their habitations, manners, economy, structure and peculiarities / translated from Gmelin's last edition of the celebrated Systema naturae by Sir Charles Linné ; amended and enlarged by the improvements and discoveries of later naturalists and societies, with appropriate copper plates by William Turton ... Linné, Carl von, 1707-1778. 34h Printed by Voss and Morris ... for Lackington, Allen and Co. ... London 1800-1802 Digital version available
A general system of nature, through the three grand kingdoms of animals, vegetables, and minerals ... By Sir Charles Linné: translated from Gmelin, Fabricius, Willdenow, &c. ... with a life of Linné ... and a dictionary ... of the terms ... of natural history, by William Turton ... Linné, Carl von, 1707-1778. 2643a Lackington, Allen, and Co. 1806 Digital version available
A general view of the writings of Linnaeus / by Richard Pulteney ... Pulteney, Richard, 1730-1801. 3628 Printed for T. Payne ... and B. White 1781 Digital version available
A general view of the writings of Linnaeus, / by Richard Pulteney ... Pulteney, Richard, 1730-1801. 3630 Printed for J. Mawman ... by R. Taylor ... 1805 Digital version available
A generic and specific description of British plants, translated from the Genera et species plantarum of ... Linnaeus. To which is prefixed an Eymological dictionary explaining the classes, orders and principal genera; and a glossary ... to explain the technical terms. With notes and observations, by James Jenkinson. Jenkinson, James, 1739?-1808. 10 T. Caslon 1775 Digital version available
A generic and specific description of British plants, translated from the Genera et species plantarum of ... Linnaeus. To which is prefixed an Eymological dictionary explaining the classes, orders and principal genera; and a glossary ... to explain the technical terms. With notes and observations, by James Jenkinson. Jenkinson, James, 1739?-1808. 511 T. Caslon 1775 Digital version available
A generic and specific description of British plants, translated from the Genera et species plantarum of ... Linnaeus. To which is prefixed an Eymological dictionary explaining the classes, orders and principal genera; and a glossary ... to explain the technical terms. With notes and observations, by James Jenkinson. Jenkinson, James, 1739?-1808. 319 T. Caslon 1775 Digital version available
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. Linné, Carl von, 1707-1778. 129 Lewis 1794-1808 Digital version available