A Companion to the Botanical Magazine; Or, a Familiar Introduction to the Study of Botany, Being the Substance of a Course of Lectures, Chiefly Explanatory of the LinnŠan System, Read at the Botanic Garden, Lambeth-Marsh ... Now First Published in the Form of a Dialogue Betwixt a Pupil and His Preceptor, and Illustrated by Figures Entirely New
Author, 1788 - 33 pages
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