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" to illustrate the Botany of the United States by figures, with full analyses of one or more species of each genus, accompanied by descriptive generic characters and critical observations." The figures are, in all cases, "
London Journal of Botany - Page 388
by Sir William Jackson Hooker - 1848
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A Lift for the Lazy

Henry Wharton Griffith - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1849 - 195 pages
...plates, 8vo, cloth, $6. "." The Second volume will be ready in August. " The design of this work is to illustrate the Botany of the United States by figures,...genus, accompanied by descriptive generic characters ami critical observations. The figures are in all cases drawn directly from nature." — Ext. Preface....
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A system of mineralogy: comprising the most recent discoveries: including ...

James Dwight Dana - Science - 1850 - 711 pages
...plates, 8vo, cloth, $6. V The Sicond rolume tcitt be ready in Aagutl. 1 The design of this work is to illustrate the Botany of the United States by figures,...critical observations. The figures are in all cases drawn directly from nature."—Ext. Preface. "." This is undoubtedly the most important botanical work...
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Saint Leger, Or, The Threads of Life

Richard Burleigh Kimball - American fiction - 1850 - 384 pages
...ready in Aufuit. "The design of this work is to illustrate the Botany of the United Stales by fifures. with full analyses of one or more species of each...and critical observations. The figures are in all eases drawn directly from nature."—Eft. Preface. '.' This is undoubtedly the most important botanical...
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History of the Polk administration

Lucien Bonaparte Chase - Mexican War, 1846-1848 - 1850 - 512 pages
...August. 1 The design of this work is to illustrate the Botany of the United States by figures, with fan analyses of one or more species of each genus, accompanied by descriptive generic characters a&d critical observations. The figures are in all cases drawn directly from nature.''—Eft. Preface....
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The North American Review, Volume 67

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, James Russell Lowell, Henry Cabot Lodge - 1848
...science, while at the same time it is a work of high and strict scientific character. Its design " is to illustrate the Botany of the United States by figures,...characters and critical observations. The figures in all cases are drawn directly from nature, by Mr. Sprague, and from the living plant, whenever that...
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