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The elements of botany: containing the history of the science: with accurate definitions of all the terms of art, exemplified in eleven copper-plates; the theory of vegetables; the scientific arrangement of plants, and names used in botany; rules concerning the general history, virtues, and uses of plants. Being a translation of the Philosophia botanica, and other treatises of the celebrated Linnaeus. To which is added, an appendix, wherein are described some plants lately found in Norfolk and Suffolk, illustrated with three additional copper-plates, all taken from the life. By Hugh Rose, apothecary.
London: Printed for T. Cadell, opposite Catharine-Street in the Strand; and M. Hingeston, near Temple-Bar, 1775.
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|Borrower Name||Volume||Date Out||Date In||Fine||Transcribed
|Samuel Latham Mitchill||5/7/1805||5/16/1805||Roses Botany|
|Samuel Akerly||6/4/1805||6/22/1805||Roses Botany|