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Swainson, W.
Swainson, William
Swainson, William (British painter, draftsman, and illustrator, 1789-1855)
Swainson, William John
Swainton, William
William Swainson
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1789-1855
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Crichton, Andrew (1800-1874)
Kirby, William (1759-1850)
Richardson, John Sir, 1787-1865
Rogers, Bruce (1870-1957)
Shuckard, William Edward (1802-1868)
Swainson, Geoffrey Marshall
Taylor, A. (Londen)
Taylor, Richard (Londen)
Wood, W. (Londen)
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Animals in menageries
archives of natural history
Birds of Western Africa ...
birds, The
cabinet cyclopedia
elements of modern conchology, briefly and plainly stated, for the use of students and travellers., The
Encyclopædia of Geography, 1840:, An
Exotic conchology or drawings and descriptions of rare, beautiful or undescribed shells
Exotic conchology, or figures and descriptions of rare, beautiful, or undescribed shells, drawn on stone from the most select specimens, the descriptions system, arranged on the principles of the natural system
Exotic conchology; or figures and descriptions of rare, beautiful, or undescribed shells, drawn on stone from the most select specimens; the descriptions systematically arranged on the principles of the natural system. By William Swainson ... Second edition, edited by Sylvanus Hanley .., 1741:
fasciculus of the birds of China., A
Fauna boreali-americana, or, The zoology of the northern parts of British America : containing descriptions of the objects of natural history collected on the late northern land expeditions under command of Captain Sir John Franklin, R.N.
Fauna Boreali-Americana. Part second, The birds
Figures and descriptions of rare, beautiful, or undescribed shells
Flycatchers
natural arrangement and relations of the family of Flycatchers o*. -, The
Natural arrangement and relations of the family of flycatchers or Muscicapidae
natural arrangement and relations of the family of flycathchers, or muscicapidae, The : with portrait and memoir of Baron Haller
natural classification of shells and shell fish
Natural history and classification of quadrupeds
natural history of fishes, amphibians and reptiles, or monocardi*, The
natural history of fishes, amphibians and reptiles, or monocardian animals, The
natural history of the birds of Western Africa, The
naturalist's library
On the habits and instincts of animals
On the history and natural arrangement of insects.
On the Natural History and classification of Birds : vol. I and II
On the natural history and classification of fishes, amphibians, and reptiles
On the natural history and classification of quadrupeds.
Original figures and descriptions ...
preliminary discourse on the study of natural history, A
review of "the art of colonization", A : a view of the art of colonization with present reference to the British Empire. In letters between a statesman and a colonist (edited by one of the writers) Edward Gibbon Wakefield (London, 1849)
selection of the birds of Brazil and Mexico, A : the drawings
selection of the birds of brazil and mexico with 78 plates, a
Shells and shell fish
Swainson's exotic conchology.
Taxidermy : bibliography and biography
treatise on malacology; or, Shells and shell fish., A
treatise on the geography and classification of animals., A
William Swainson, F.R.S., F.L.S. : naturalist & artist : diaries, 1808-1818, Sicily, Malta, Greece, Italy & Brazil
William Swainson, naturalist and artist
Zoological illustrations, or original figures and descriptions of new, rare, or interesting animals, selected chiefly from the classes of ornithology, entomology, and conchology and arranged according to their apparent affinities : 2nd ser.
Zoological illustrations, or Original figures and descriptions of new, rare, or interesting animals, selected chiefly from the classes of ornithology, entomology, and conchology, and arranged on the principles of Cuvier and other modern zoologists.
Zoology of the northern parts of British America
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