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Martyn, Thomas
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Chenu, Jean Charles (1808-1879)
Clerck, Carl Alexander (1709-1765)
Durand, Victor (1761-1802))
Hood, Thomas (Londen)
Kitsen, G. (1793-1807 fl)
Miller, Philip (1691-1771)
Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Rousseau, Jean-Jacques (1712-1778)
Vernor, Thomas (Londen)
White, Benjamin (I, Londen)
White, John (Londen)
38 plates to accompany Rousseau's Letters.
Aranei, or a natural history of spiders, including the principal parts of the well know work on English spiders by Eleazar Albin, as also the whole of the celebrated publication on Swedish spiders by Charles Clerk; Revised, enlarged and designed anew by Thomas Martyn.
chronological series of engravers, A : from the invention of the art to the beginning of the present century
conchologiste universel, montrant la figure de chaque coquille, aujourd'hui connuë: soigneusement dessinée, et peinte d'après nature : le tout arrangé selon le système de l'auteur
conchyliologiste universel, ou, Figures des coquilles, Le : jusqu'à présent inconnues recueillies en divers voyages à la Mer du Sud dépuis l'année 1764
Dissertations and critical remarks upon the Æneids of Virgil. Containing, among other interesting particulars, a full vindication of the poet from the charge of an anachronism with regard to the foundation of Carthage.
Elements of natural history.
English connoisseur : containing an account of whatever is curious in painting, sculpture, &c. in the palaces & seats of the nobility & principal gentry of England, both in town & country
English entomologist exhibiting all the coleopterous insects found in england; including upwards of 500 different species, the figures of which have never before been given to the public, the whole accurately drawn and painted after nature
Exposé succinct de la nature, de l'origine, et des progrès d'un établissement particulier formé pour instruire la jeunesse dans l'art d'expliquer, et de peindre des sujets d'histoire naturelle
Figures of non descript shells, collected in different voyages to the South Seas since the year 1764
Flora rustica exhibiting accurate figures of such plants as are either useful or injurious in husbandry
Gardener's and botanist's dictionary
Gentleman's guide in his tour through Italy
Guide du voyageur en Italie : traduit de l'anglais, de M. Thomas Martyn, professeur de botanique dans l'université de Cambridge.
Heads of a course of lectures in natural history, read at the Botanic Garden by Thomas Martyn.
Hints of important uses, to be derived from aerostatic globes.
Inleyding tot de kruidkunde
Introduction à la botanique
Language of botany being a dictionary of the terms made use of in that science, principally by linneus
Lettres élémentaires sur la botanique.
memoirs of john martyn, f.r.s., and of thomas martyn, b.d., f.r.s, f.l.s., professors of botany in the university of cambridge
new and accurate map of the county of Cornwall, A
Plantae Cantabrigienses: or, a catalogue of the plants which grow wild in the county of Cambridge, disposed according to the system of Linnaeus. Herbationes Cantabrigienses: or, directions to the places where they may be found, comprehended in thirteen botanical excursions : to which are added, lists of the more rare plants growing in many parts of England and Wales
Plantæ cantabrigiensis, 1763:
sermon preached before the Governors of Addenbrooke's Hospital on Thursday, June 30, 1768, in Great St. Mary's Church, Cambridge. By Thomas Martyn., A
short account of the late donation of a botanic garden to the University of Cambridge by the Revd Dr. Walker, ... with rules and orders for the government of it., A
Sketch of a tour through Swisserland : with an accurate map.
Thirty-eight plates with explanations, intended to illustrate Linnaeus's System of vegetables and particularly adapted to the Letters on the Elements of botany
tour through Italy. Containing full directions for travelling in that interesting country; with ample catalogues of every thing that is curious in architecture, painting, sculpture, &c. some observations on the natural history, and very particular descriptions of the four principal cities, Rome, Florence, Naples, and Venice, with their environs. With a coloured chart., A
universal Chonchologist. -, The