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0000 0000 8106 1219
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Greville, R. K.
Greville, Robert Kaye
Greville, Robert Kaye (British painter 1794-1866)
Robert Kaye Greville
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1794-1866
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Ainslie, Whitelaw Sir, 1767-1837
Creplin, Friedrich Heinrich Christian
Dalrymple, Clarence ([from old catalog])
Hooker, William Jackson Sir, 1785-1865
Jameson, Robert (1774-1854)
Lindley, John (1799-1865. [from old catalog])
Murray, Hugh (1779-1846)
Persoon, C.H. (1762-1836)
Persoon, Christiaan Hendrik (1762-1836)
Rhind, William (fl. 1833-1867. [from old catalog])
Wallace, William (1768-1843)
Wilson, James (1795-1856)
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Algæ britannicæ
Brieven van Robert Kaye Greville (1794-1866) aan Christiaan Hendrik Persoon (1761/62-1836)
Descriptiones novarum specierum ex algarum ordine
Descriptions of new and rare diatoms.
Descriptions of the esculent fungi of Great Britain, with observations
Diatomeentafeln : zusammengestellt für einige freunde. Als manuskript gedruckt
Flora Edinensis: Or, A Description of Plants Growing Near Edinburgh, Arranged According to the Linnean System, with a Concise Introduction to the Natural Orders of the Class Cryptogamia, and Illustrative Plates
Historical and descriptive account of British India, from the most remote period to the present time.
Icones filicum ad eas potissimum species illustrandas destinatæ, quæ hactenus, vel in herbariis delituerunt prorsus incognitae, vel saltem nondum per icones botanicis innotuerunt. Figures and descriptions of ferns, principally of such as have been altogether unnoticed by botanists, or as have not yet been correctly figured.
Loudon's Hortus britannicus.
Scottish cryptogamic flora, or Coloured figures and descriptions of cryptogamic plants, belonging chiefly to the order Fungi and intended to serve as a continuation of English botany
Slavery and the slave trade in the United States of America; and the extent to which the American churches are involved in their support. Drawn up at the request of the committee of the Edinburgh Emancipation Society
Tentamen methodi muscorum, or, A new arrangement of the genera of mosses
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