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Solar system, page 21

Scolopendra cetacea

Imaginem in cylindrica superficie rectè formatam in plano horizontali ritè de formare.

Historiae naturalis de quadrupetibus libri.

Ars magna ... (Title page)

Philosophiæ naturalis principia mathematica, title page

Optice, sive, De reflexionibus, refractionibus, inflexionibus & coloribus lucis, libri tres, title page

Commercium epistolicum D. Johannis Collins title page

Lesser valerian.

Dwarf elder.

Nep or catmint.

The yellow water lilly.





The sloe tree.

The german amomum.

The oak.



Goldy locks.


A curious herbal, containing five hundred cuts of the most useful plants, which are now used in the practice of physick. Engraved on folio copper plates, after drawings taken from the life. To which is added a short description of ye plants and their common uses in physick. Vol. I [Title page]

White poppy.

The lime tree.

Black briony.

Dittander or pepperwort.

Hercules's allheal


Daucus of creet.

Bishop's weed.

Liquid amber.

The turpentine tree.

The true acorus.

Herb robert.


Carduus or the blessed thistle.

The lesser house leek.

Dittany of creet.

Distaff thistle.

The larch tree.


China root.

The great water dock.

Burnet saxifrage

Buck's horn plantain.

Sea lavender.


Poley mountain.

The white water lilly.

Black poppy.

Bill berry.

Bog bean.

Scordium or water germander.


Lesser centory.



The lesser burdock.

Meadow sweet.

The vetch.

The pear tree.


Deadly carrot.

Black masterwort.



White horehound.


Ox eye.


Water lilly roots

Rose solis.

Sharp pointed dock.

Red cherry.



The smaller tobacco.

Ladies bedstran.



Title page t. 2

An account of Sir Isaac Newton's philosophical discoveries title page

Title page t. 1

Plan de la ville Tartare de Peking.

Magie vol. 1, title page

Atlas céleste, [Title page]

Borda circle.

Patent Hampshire waggon, Plate 9

An Ignis Fatuus, or Will-o'-the-Whisp: as seen in Lincolnshire and taken upon the spot in 1811, opp. p. 494

Theorie d. Höfe u. Nebensonnen, Tab. 1, opp. p. 92

Carte figurative de l'instruction populaire de la France, Vol. 1, plate 1

Die Carolingische Kaiser-Capelle zu Aachen, Pl. 340

Multiple sections of an assay furnace, p. 69 (fig. 59-69)

Title page

Title page

Astronomical clock & spring governor - Bond & Sons, Boston, Mass, opp. p. 23

Communication from the Comptroller relative to expenditures and receipts of the County of New York, on account of the damage by Riots of 1863. Vol. II, no. 13

Fantasmagorie page 383

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