A Greene Forest: Or, A Naturall Historie, Wherein May Bee Seene First the Most Sufferaigne Vertues in All the Whole Kinde of Stones & Mettals: Next of Plants, as of Herbes, Trees and Shrubs, Lastly of Brute Beastes, Foules, Fishes, Creeping Worms, and Serpents, and that Alphabetically: So that a Table Shall Not Neede
Hesperides Press, 1930 - Natural history - 183 pages
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