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Dawson Turner
Turner, Dawson
Turner, Dawson (English banker, 1775-1858)
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1775-1858
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Cotman, John Sell (1782-1842)
Elizabeth Robins Pennell Collection (Library of Congress)
Gerbier, Balthazar (1592-1667)
Hutchins, Ellen (1785-1815))
Meyrick, Samuel Rush
National Botanic Gardens (Ireland)
Pifferi, Paolo
Pinkerton, John (1758-1826)
Richardson, Richard (1663-1741))
White, John (Londen)
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Account of a new interesting species of fucus. By Dawson Turner,....
Account of a tour in Normandy. -
annals of botany
antiquités monumentales de la Normandie, Les
Architectural antiquities of Normandy
botanist's guide through England and Wales, The
Catalogue of the manuscript library of the late Dawson Turner, esq. formerly of Yarmouth : comprising the matchless collection of upwards of forty thousand autograph letters, the unique copy of Blomefield's history of Norfolk and other illustrated county histories, richly illuminated missals etc., which will be sold by auction by Messrs. Puttick and Simpson, ... on June 6, 1859, and four following days.
Catalogue of the works of art in the possession of Sir Peter Paul Rubens at the time of his decease, together with two letters from Sir Balthazar Gerbier and a fac-simile of an original unpublished letter from himself
Cotman's sepulchral brasses
Early observations on the flora of southwest Ireland : selected letters of Ellen Hutchins and Dawson Turner 1807-1814
Engravings of sepulchral brasses in Norfolk tending to illustrate the ercclesiastical, military, and civil costume as well as to preserve memorials of ancient families in that county
Extracts from the literary and scientific correspondence of Richard Richardson, of Bierley, Yorkshire : illustrative of the state and progress of botany, and interspersed with information respecting the study of antiquities and general literature, in Great Britain, during the first half of the eighteenth century
first italian book, The
Fuci; or, Colored figures and descriptions of the plants referred by botanists to the genus Fucus
Fuci, sive, Plantarum Fucorum generi a botanicis ascriptarum icones descriptiones et historia
Guide to the historian, the biographer, the antiquary, the man of literary curiosity, and the collector of autographs, towards the verification of manuscripts, by reference to engraved fac-similes of handwriting.
Letters from Normandy, addressed to the Rev. James Layton, B.A. of Catfield, Norfolk
Literary correspondence of John Pinkerton,... now first printed from the originals in the possession of Dawson Turner,..., The
Muscologiae hibernicae spicilegium. -
Outlines in lithography, from a small collection of pictures.
Sepulchral reminiscences of a market town : as afforded by a list of the interments within the walls of the parish church of St. Nicholas, Great Yarmouth
Sketch of the history of Caister Castle, near Yarmouth; including biographical notices of Sir John Fastolfe and of different individuals of the Paston family ...
Specimen of a lichenographia Britannica : or attempt at a history of the British lichens.
Synopsis of the british Fuci. -, A
Traité historique et pratique de la gravure en bois
trials of the offenders apprehended for the riots in the borough of Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, October 27th, 1792, The : at a special session, held 21st Nov. following at Yarmouth, before the Right Worshipful Edmund Lacon, Esq., mayor, Henry Jodrell, Esq., recorder, and others His Majesty's justices of oyer and terminer and gaol delivery in and for the said borough.
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