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Balfour, J.H.
Balfour, John Hutton
Dates: 
1808-1884
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Babington, Charles Cardale (1808-1895)
Botanical Society of Edinburgh
Botanical society of Edinburgh. [from old catalog]
Campbell, William Hunter
Campbell, William Hunter ([from old catalog])
Lindsay, William Lauder (1829-1880))
Mitchell, M. Wil
Sadler, John (1837-1882)
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Biographical sketch of the late George Wilson
Botanist's companion; or, directions for the use of the microscope and for the collection and preservation of plants, with a glossary of botanical terms
Botany and religion, or, Illustrations of the works of God in the structure, functions, arrangement, and general distribution of plants
catalogue of British plants., A
Class Book of Botany being an Introduction to the Study of the Vegetable Kingdom
Description of asafœtida plants (Narthex asafœtida Falconer) which have recently borne flowers and fruit in the Royal botanic garden of Edinburgh.
Description of Hierarium collinum of Tries, a new british Plant
Description of the fruit and seed of Clerodendron thomsonœ.
Description of the plant which produces the ordeal bean of Calabar
Flora of Edinburgh : being a list of plants found in the vicinity of Edinburgh
Introduction to the study of palæontological botany
Introductory-remarks by P. Balfour on opening section D. of the british Association at Newcastle upon Cyne on wenesday 26th Aug., 1863
Observations of Temperature in connection with vegetation having special reference to the frost of December 1860
On the variation at different seasons of a Hieracium considered to be H. stolani florum Waldst and Veit as described in Tries Symbolae ad Historiam Hieraciorum Upsala 1848 p. s.
Outlines of botany : designed for schools and colleges
Plants of the bible
Remarks on the Ipecacuan plant (Cephaëlis ipecacuanha, Rich.), as cultivated in the royal botanic garden, Edinburgh
Royal botanic garden of Edinburgh : Founded in 1670. Report by the Regius Keeper for the year 1877
Sketch of the life of the late Prof. Edward Forbes
Spermogones and pycnides of filamentous, fruticulose, and foliaceous lichens
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