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Author:
Sweet, Robert.
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Title:
Sweet's Hortus Britannicus; or, a catalogue of plants cultivated in the gardens of Great Britain arranged in natural orders, etc.
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Soulsby no.:
Soulsby no. 832d

Edition details

Publisher:
J. Ridgway
Place of publication:
London
Publishing year:
1839
Edition:
Third edition ... enlarged ... Edited by G. Don.
Physical description:
xx, 799 pages ; (8o)
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Language(s):
English

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Additional author(s):
Don, George,
1798-1856.
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OPAC identifier:
016825506
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Sweet, Robert 1783-1835 Don, George 1798-1856
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Sweet's Hortus britannicus; or, A catalogue of all the plants indigenous or cultivated in the gardens of Great Britain, arranged according to the natural system, with the generic and specific names, English names, accentuation, derivation of generic names, native country, year of introduction, time of flowering, colour of flowers, mode of growth, duration, references to the best figures, the most useful synonymes, the Linnean class and order to which each genus belongs, &c. By Robert Sweet.
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Soulsby no.:
Soulsby no. Add.832d

Edition details

Publisher:
James Ridgway
Place of publication:
London
Publishing year:
1839
Edition:
Third edition, greatly enlarged and improved.Ed. by George Don, F. L. S.
Physical description:
xx, 797 p. tab.
Series entry:
Sweet's Hortus Britannicus: or, a catalogue of plants cultivated in the gardens of Great Britain arranged in natural order : With the additions of the Linnean Classes and Orders to which they belong ... Sweet's Hortus britannicus; or, A catalogue of plants, indigenous, or cultivated in the gardens of Great Britain; arranged according to their natural orders, with references to the Linnean class and order to which each genus belongs; the whole brought up to the present time, and contains above 34,000 plants ...
Language(s):
English

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TL 13547
1st ed.: 1826
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Subject:
United Kingdom ( UK )
catalogues
gardens
horticultural botany
horticulture
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OPAC identifier:
1:75820
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Author:
Sweet, Robert, 1783-1835.
Corporate author:
Main entry uniform title:
Uniform title:
Title:
Sweet's Hortus britannicus; or, A catalogue of all the plants indigenous or cultivated in the gardens of Great Britain, arranged according to the natural system, with the generic and specific names, English names, accentuation, derivation of generic names ... references to the best figures, the most useful synonymes, the Linnean class and order to which each genus belongs, &c. By Robert Sweet.
Varying title form:
Soulsby no.:
Soulsby no. 832d.

Edition details

Publisher:
J. Ridgway
Place of publication:
London
Publishing year:
1839
Edition:
3d. ed., greatly enl. and improved.Ed. by George Don, F. L. S.
Physical description:
xx, 799 p. 23 cm.
Series entry:
Language(s):
English

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Contents notes:
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Title history:
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With note:
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Subject:
Botany
Plants, Cultivated.
Additional author(s):
Don, George,
1798-1856.
Additional corporate author(s):
Linnean Collection (Missouri Botanical Garden)
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OPAC identifier:
ocm04949479
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References to the books in which the figures referred to are published": p [v]-xvi.
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Author:
Sweet, Robert (1783-1835)
Corporate author:
Main entry uniform title:
Uniform title:
Title:
Sweet's Hortus britannicus; or, A catalogue of all the plants indigenous or cultivated in the gardens of Great Britain, arranged according to the natural system, with the generic and specific names, English names, accentuation, derivation of generic names, native country, year of introduction, time of flowering, colour of flowers, mode of growth, duration, references to the best figures, the most useful synonymes, the Linnean class and order to which each genus belongs, &c. By Robert Sweet.
Varying title form:
Soulsby no.:
Soulsby no. 832d

Edition details

Publisher:
James Ridgway
Place of publication:
London
Publishing year:
1839
Edition:
3d. ed., greatly enl. and improved.Ed. by George Don, F. L. S.
Physical description:
xx, 799 p. 23 cm.
Series entry:
Language(s):
English

Notes

General notes:
Contents notes:
Provenance:
Title history:
Language notes:
With note:
Dissertation notes:
Subject:
Botany
Cultivated plants
Additional author(s):
Don, George
(1798-1856)
Additional corporate author(s):
Additional title(s):
OPAC identifier:
ocm04949479
Collective uniform title:
Summary notes:
Other notes:
References to the books in which the figures referred to are published": p [v]-xvi.
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Author:
Sweet, Robert (1782-1835).
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Main entry uniform title:
Uniform title:
Title:
Sweet's Hortus Britannicus : or, a catalogue of all the plants indigenous or cultivated in the gardens of Great Britain, arranged according to the natural system, with the generic and specific names, English names, accentuation, derivation of generic names, native country, year of introduction, time of flowering, colour of flowers, mode of growth, duration, references to the best figures, the most useful synonymes, the Linnean class and order to which each genus belongs, &c. / By Robert Sweet, F.L.S. Author of Hortus Suburbanus Londinensis, Botanical Cultivator, Geraniaceae, Cistineae, British Flower Garden, Flora Australasica, Florist's Guide, the British Warblers, &c.
Varying title form:
Hortus Britannicus.
Soulsby no.:
Soulsby no. 832d

Edition details

Publisher:
James Ridgway
Place of publication:
London
Publishing year:
1839
Edition:
3rd edition, greatly enlarged and improved. / Edited by George Don.
Physical description:
Pp. xx, 799, [4 pp. book adverts]. 23.4 cm. (8°)
Series entry:
Language(s):
English

Notes

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Signatures: pi2 a8 B-Z8 2A-2Z8 3A-3D8 3E-3H4 chi4.
Wisley copy lacks the book adverts at the end of the volume.
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Pencil inscriptions on title-page: T/Back; 1/2 Leather.
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Subject:
Garden plants.
19th century.
Natural classification.
Great Britain.
Garden floras.
Additional author(s):
Don, George
(1798-1856).
Additional corporate author(s):
James Ridgway (London, England)
Blatch and Lampert (London, England)
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Wisley copy: shelved in WISRARE 8° sequence, shelf 2B-1.
London copy: bound in quarter green-dyed sheep, the boards covered in green cloth, the spine with gilt title and Lindley Library belted stamp. - Wisley copy: bound in half green sheep (fading to brown), with paper over boards marbled in (heavily rubbed) nonpareil pattern; spine divided into panels by gilt single fillets flanked by blind single fillets; red morocco lettering-piece with gilt title: SWEET'S / HORTUS / BRITANNICUS; stained edges.
Condition noted; 20100805. Wisley copy: boards almost completely separated from book block; last two leaves almost detached; fore-edge margins generally grubby; ink stain on fore-edge.
Condition noted\c2016. Boards now completely separated from book block; otherwise not deteriorated. Fair.
Condition noted; 26012016. 19thC London copy Level 2.
BE rev, 13.5.2002 Additions DL/18.11.09.dah/17.03.21
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