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A Treatise on the Growth and Future Management of Timber Trees and on Other ...
George William Newton
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Page 121 - Handbook of the British Flora; a Description of the Flowering Plants and Ferns indigenous to, or naturalized in, the British Isles. For the use of Beginners and Amateurs. By GEORGE BENTHAM, FRS 5th Edition, revised by Sir JD HOOKEE, CB, KCSI, FRS, &c.
Page 125 - Algae of the Southern Ocean, being Figures and Descriptions of Marine Plants collected on the Shores of the Cape of Good Hope, the extratropical Australia'n Colonies, Tasmania, New Zealand, and the Antarctic Regions. By Dr. HARVEY, FRS Imperial 8vo, 50 Coloured Plates, £2. 2». A selection of Fifty Species of remarkable forms of Seaweed, not included in the ' Phycologia Australica,
Page 127 - ICONES PLANTARUM ; or, Figures, with brief Descriptive Characters and Remarks, of New and Rare Plants, selected from the Author's Herbarium.
Page 134 - LITERARY PAPERS ON SCIENTIFIC SUBJECTS. By the late Professor EDWARD FORBES, FRS, selected from his Writings in the
Page 134 - A Survey of the Early Geography of Western Europe, as connected with the First Inhabitants of Britain, their Origin, Language, Religious Rites, and Edifices. By HENRY LAWES LONG, Esq. 8vo, 6*.
Page 123 - ILLUSTRATIONS OF SIKKIM-HIMALAYAN PLANTS, chiefly selected from Drawings made in Sikkim, under the superintendence of the late JF CATHCART, Esq., Bengal Civil Service. The Botanical Descriptions and Analyses by Dr. JD HOOKER, FRS Imperial folio, 24 Coloured Plates and an Illuminated Title-page by W. FITCH, £5.
Page 132 - Zoology of the Voyage of HMS Samarang, Under the command of Captain Sir Edward Belcher, CB, FRAS, during the Years 1843-46. Edited by ARTHUR ADAMS, FLS The Vertebrata, with 8 plates, by John Edward Gray, FRS ; the Fishes, with 10 plates, by Sir John Richardson, FRS ; the Mollusca, with 24 plates, by Arthur Adams, FLS, and Lovell Reeve, FLS ; the Crustacea, with 13 plates, by Arthur Adams, FLS, and Adam White, FLS Royal 4to, price £3.
Page 126 - ILLUSTRATIONS OF BRITISH MYCOLOGY, comprising Figures and Descriptions of the Funguses of interest and novelty indigenous to Britain. By Mrs. TJ HUSSEY. Royal 4to ; First Series, 90 Coloured Plates, £7.
Page 133 - When camping out on the mountain-top or in the wilderness ; roughing it in his long journeys through the interior; observing the very singular mode of life there presented to his notice ; describing the curious characters that fell under his observation, the arts or substitutes for arts of the people, and the natural productions of the country — these Travels in the Interior of Brazil are full of attraction. The book, like the country it describes, is full of new matter.
Page 121 - I by which beginners, having no previous acquaintance with the science, may learn to know most advantageously and readily, the wild flowers and plants of his native land. The result is a genuine popular Flora, and a clear proof that the plants of a limited country may be described, by one who understands them thoroughly, in comparatively simple language, without any sacrifice of scientific accuracy, or of scientific interest.