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Title Author Soulsby Publisher Year
Hortus suburbanus Londinensis: or a catalogue of plants cultivated in the neighbourhood of London; ... with the addition of the natural orders to which they belong, references to books where they are described, etc. Sweet, Robert. 812a 1818 Digital version available
Florae Romanae prodromus, exhibens centurias XII. plantarum circa Romam et in Cisapenninis Pontificiae ditionis provinciis sponte nascentium, sexuali systemate digestas. SÉBASTIANI, Antonius, Botanist, and MAURI (Ernestus) 812b 1818 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
Outlines of botany, taken chiefly from Smith's Introduction; containing ... an illustration of the system of Linnæus, etc. LOCKE, John, Lecturer on Botany. 813a 1819 Digital version available
The universal herbal; or, botanical, medical, and agricultural dictionary containing an account of all the known plants in the world arranged according to the Linnæan system, etc. [With plates.] GREEN, Thomas, Botanist. 814 1820 Digital version available
Nomenclator botanicus enumerans ordine alphabetico nomina et synonyma [pt. I.] plantis phanerogamis [pt. II.] (plantis cryptogamis) imposita. STEUDEL, Ernst Gottlieb. 822 1821-24 Digital version available
Hortus Anglicus; or, The modern English garden: containing a ... description of all the plants which are cultivated in the climate of Great Britain ... arranged according to the system of Linnæus ... By the author of “The British botanist” [i.e. S. R. Clarke]. CLARKE, Stephen Reynolds. 823a F. C. & J. Rivington 1822 Digital version available
[Nomenclator botanicus enumerans ordine alphabetico nomina et synonyma [pt. I.] plantis phanerogamis [pt. II.] (plantis cryptogamis) imposita.] STEUDEL, Ernst Gottlieb. 823 1840, 41. Digital version available
A catechism of botany ... By a Friend to Youth. 824 Pinnock & Maunder 1822 Digital version available
Clavis agrostographiae antiquioris. Uebersicht des Zustandes der Agrostographie bis auf Linné; und Versuch einer Reduction der alten Synonyme der Gräser auf die heutigen Trivialnahmen. TRINIUS, Carl Bernhard. 826b 1822 Digital version available
An introduction to the study of English botany. Illustrated by thirty seven plates. BANKS, George, F.L.S. 827 Longman & Co 1823 Digital version available
Flora Edinensis; or, a description of plants growing near Edinburgh, arranged according to the Linnæan system: with a concise introduction to the natural orders of the class Cryptogamia, and illustrative plates. Greville, Robert Kaye, 1794-1866. 829a 1824 Digital version available
Flora svecica enumerans plantas Sveciæ indigenas ... post Linnæum edita a Georgio Wahlenberg .. Wahlenberg, Georgius, 1780-1851. 829c suis impensis excudebant Palmblad & C 1824-1826 Digital version available
Practical botany; an improved arrangement of the generic characters of British plants: with a familiar introduction to the Linnean system. Johns, William, M.R.C.S. 830b 1826 Digital version available
Botanical sketches of the twenty-four classes in the Linnæan system. Linné, Carl von, 1707-1778. 830a 1825 Digital version available
A catalogue of indigenous and exotic plants growing in Ceylon, distinguishing the several esculent vegetables ... with ... the divisions ... of species in use amongst the Singhalese. Also an outline of the Linnæan sexual system of botany in the English and Singhalese languages. MOON, Alexander, Superintendent of the Royal Botanical Gardens in Ceylon. 830 1824 Digital version available
Botanical terminology; or dictionary explaining the terms most generally employed in systematic botany. LLOYD, G. N. 831 1826 Digital version available
Sweet's Hortus Britannicus; or, a catalogue of plants cultivated in the gardens of Great Britain arranged in natural orders, etc. Sweet, Robert. 832d J. Ridgway 1839 Digital version available
The first lines of botany, or Primer to the Linnæan system; being a simplified introduction to a knowledge of the vegetable kingdom, etc. Forsyth, J. S. 832 J. Bulcock 1827 Digital version available
Monandrian plants of the order Scitamineæ, chiefly drawn from living specimens in Botanic Garden at Liverpool. Arranged according to the system of Linnæus. With descriptions and ebservations by W. Roscoe. [Coloured plates.] Roscoe, William, 1753-1831. 835b 1828 Digital version available