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'Adonis Uplandicus', sive, Hortus Uplandicus, in quo plantae fere omnes, quae in variis hortis et agris Uplandiae, imprimis autem in Horto Botanico Upsaliensi seruntur, continentur. Secundum methodum plantarum sexualem in ordinem redactae, qua plantae in certas classes et sectiones distribuuntur, nominibusque specificis novis et veris insigniuntur. (1731) / Caroli Linnaei Sveci Linné, Carl von, 1707-1778 240 P. A. Norstedt & Söners Förlag 1888 Digital version available
(Proposals for publishing by subscription) A translation of the botanical works of C. Linnæus ... (as contained in his Genera & Species plantarum) : from the original Latin, with every addition and improvement down to the present time : collected from the best writers, forming together a compleat system of universal botany / by a member of the University of Oxford. Linné, Carl von, 1707-1778 3958 s.n 1796 Digital version available
A New species of Lobostemon in the Linnean Herbarium. Brown, Nicholas Edward (1849-1934) 3516 1920 Digital version available
A botanical arrangement of British plants : including the uses of each species, in medicine, diet, rural oeconomy and the arts. With an easy introduction to the study of botany, &c. &c. Illustrated by copper plates / By William Withering, M.D. F.R.S. Member of the Royal Medical Society of Edinburgh, and Physician to the General Hospital at Birmingham. Withering, William (1741-1799). 675c Printed by M. Swinney 1787. Vol. 3: Printed by Swinney & Walker, 1792. 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 the celebrated Linnaeus. Being an attempt to render them familiar to those who are unacquainted with the learned languages. Under each species are added, the most remarkable varieties, the natural places of growth, the duration, the time of flowering, the peculiarities of structure, the common English names; the names of Gerard, Parkinson, Ray and Bauhine. The uses as medicines, or as poisons; as food for men, for brutes, and for insects. With their applications in oeconomy and in the arts. With an easy introduction to the study of botany. Shewing the method of investigating plants, and directions how to dry and preserve specimens. The whole illustrated by copper plates and a copious glossary / By William Withering, M.D. In two volumes. Withering, William (1741-1799). 675b Printed by M. Swinney, for T. Cadel and P. Elmsley in the Strand, and G. Robinson, in Pater-noster-row, London MDCCLXXVI. [1776] Digital version available
A botanical nomenclator : containing a systematical arrangement of the classes, orders, genera, and species of plants, as described in the new edition of Linnaeus's Systema Naturae, by Dr. Gmelin, of Gottingen. To which are added, alphabetical indexes of the Latin and English names of the plants, together with the names of the countries of which they are natives; also the number of British species / By William Forsyth, Junior. Forsyth, William (1772-1835). 134 T. Cadell [et al.] 1794 Digital version available
A catalogue of the indigenous and exotic plants growing in Ceylon : distinguishing the several esculent vegetables, fruits, roots and grains; together with a sketch of the divisions of genera and species in use amongst the Singhalese.Also an outline of the Linnæan sexual system of botany; in the English and Singhalese languages. For the use of the Singhalese / By Alexander Moon, Superintendent of the Royal Botanic Gardens in Ceylon. Moon, Alexander ( -1825). 830 printed at the Wesleyan Mission Press 1824 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 descriptive catalogue of upwards of eleven hundred species and varieties of herbaceous, or perennial plants ... : to which is added, a list of handy ferns ... and the most ornamental annuals / John Græfer. Græfer, John. 731c Printed and sold by J. Smeeton 1789 Digital version available
A dictionary of the ornamental trees, shrubs, and plants, most commonly cultivated in the plantations, gardens, and stoves of Great Britain; arranged according to their Linnaean Generic names and containing full and accurate descriptions of the different genera and species, with the generic and specific names properly accented. Bryant, Charles ( -1799) 733a Printed & sold for the author by J. Bowen 1790 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, 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 naturæ, by Sir Charles Linné ; amended and enlarged by the mprovements and discoveries of later naturalists and societies ... by William Turton. Linné, Carl von, 1707-1778 137 Printed for Lackington, Allen & Co. 1802-1806 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. / by Sir Charles Linné: translated from Gmelin, Fabricius, Willdenow, &c., together with various modern arrangements and corrections, derived from the Transactions of the Linnean and other Societies, as well as from the classical works of Shaw, Thornton, Abbot, Donovan, Sowerby, Latham, Dillwyn, Lewin, Martyn, Andrews, Lambert, &c., &c. With a life of Linné, appropriate copper-plates, and a dictionary explanatory of the terms which occur in the several departments of natural history, by William Turton Linné, Carl von, 1707-1778 138 Printed for Lackington, Allen & Co. 1806 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 naturæ, 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. 3897 Printed by Voss and Morris ... for Lackington, Allen and Co. ... London 1800-1801 Digital version available
A generic and specific description of British plants, translated from the Genera et Species Plantarum of the celebrated Linnaeus : To which is prefixed an etymological dictionary explaining the classes, orders and principal genera. And a glossary is added to explain the technical terms / with notes and observations, by James Jenkinson. Jenkinson, James, 1739-1808 319 Printed, and fold by T. Caslon, and Hawes, Clark and Collins, in London; J. Ashburner, in Kendal, and A. Ashburner, in Lancaster MDCCLXXV [1775] Digital version available
A generic and specific description of British plants, translated from the Genera et Species Plantarum of the celebrated Linnaeus : To which is prefixed an etymological dictionary explaining the classes, orders and principal genera. And a glossary is added to explain the technical terms / with notes and observations, by James Jenkinson. Jenkinson, James, 1739-1808 511 Printed, and fold by T. Caslon, and Hawes, Clark and Collins, in London; J. Ashburner, in Kendal, and A. Ashburner, in Lancaster MDCCLXXV [1775] Digital version available
A generic and specific description of British plants, translated from the Genera et species plantarum of the celebrated Linnaeus. To which is prefixed an etymological dictionary explaining the classes, orders and principal genera. And a glossary is added to explain the technical terms. With notes and observations / by James Jenkinson. Linné, Carl von (1707-1778). 10 T. Caslon [et al.] 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 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. Linné, Carl von, 1707-1778 129 Printed for the Proprietor by Lewis & Co. 1794-1810 Digital version available
A manual of botany for the northern states : comprising generic descriptions of all phenogamous and cryptogamous plants to the north of Virginia, hitherto described; with reference to the natural order of Linneus and Jussieu / by the members of the botanical class in Williams' College (Mass.) from a manuscript system, compiled by the author of Richard's Botanical dictionary. Eaton, Amos 807a Printed by Websters and Skinners 1817 Digital version available
A system of vegetables, according to their classes, orders, genera, species, with their characters and differences ... Tr. from the 13th ed. (as pub. by Dr. Murray) of the Systema vegetabilium of the late Professor Linneus; and from the Supplementum plantarum of the present Professor Linneus ... By a botanical society, at Lichfield. Linné, Carl von, 1707-1778. 3837 Printed by J. Jackson for Leigh and Sotheby 1783 Digital version available