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Scrapbook of photographs of classical sculpture
A description of some of the soft parts, with the integument, of the hind-fin of the Ichthyosaurus indicating the shape of the fin when recent
|Owen, R.||1839 ?||,|
Synonomy of the Family Cyclades
[Newspaper cuttings regarding his death]
On the Wild Cattle of England
'Lighted Bramble' records. Korean private records.
Some remarks on the denudation of the Oolites of the Bath district ... with a theory on the denudation of oolites generally
Beiträge zu Eryon, einem geschlechte Fossiler Langschwänziger Krebse
|Meyer, H. von||1835||,|
On the Botany of South Pembrokeshire
Études sur les Anodontes de l'Aube
Charter & Bye-laws of the Entomological Society of London - 1885
Address of the President [of the Bath Natural History and Antiquarian Field Club,] after the anniversary dinner, Feb. 18 th 1870.
|Jenyns (later Blomefield), L.||1870||,|
[Catalogus librorum manuscriptorum in bibliotheca D. Thomae Phillipps, bart.] Index bibliothecarum e quibus congesta est bibliotheca Phillippica
Description of the remains of a Bird, Tortoise, and Lizard from the Chalk of Kent
|Owen, R.||1840 ?||,|
Supplement to the Botanic Garden guide
Address to the members of the Berwickshire Naturalists' Club, after the 6th Anniversary Meeting [and other items. From Proceedings of the Club, no. V]
The valuable and extensive library of books ... and the choice cellar of wine, the genuine property of the late Rev. William Whewell ...; to be sold by auction ... April 30, 1866 ...
An address on the second anniversary of the Entomological Society, on Monday, January 25th, 1836
Colour plates of Cyperaceae. No names, title page or text. May be a volume of plates to accompany a main volume containing text account.
Abwechungen von der Fünfzahl bei Echinideen nachgewiesen durch einen vierzähligen cidariten und durch einen sechszähligen galeriten
|Meyer, H. von||1835||,|
Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew - Report for 1865.
|Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew||1866||,|
Zoological works published under government patronage
Vegetable Physiology [Physiologie Végétale]
|Candolle, A.P. de||1832 ca.||,|
Catalogues of books on Natural History ...
Address of the President [of the Bath Natural History and Antiquarian Field Club,] after the anniversary dinner, Feb. 18 th 1871.
|Jenyns (later Blomefield), L.||1871||,|
Original criticism. 'The History of Bath' by the Reverend Richard Warner ...
Description of a tooth and part of the skeleton of the Glyptodon clavipes, a large quadruped of the Edentate order to which belongs the tesselated bony armour described and figured by Mr. Clift in the former volume of the Transactions of the Geological So
|Owen, R.||1839 ?||,|
Natural History of the British Entomostraca
Newspaper cuttings compiled by Rev. Robert Hall
|Hall, R.||1850 ?||,|
An address on the third anniversary of the Entomological Society, ... ... January 23rd, 1837
[The Elm:] Accidents, diseases, and Insects
|Spence, W.||1836 ?||,|
Uber die hintere extremität der Ophidier
Address of the President [of the Bath Natural History and Antiquarian Field Club,] after the anniversary dinner, Feb. 18 th 1872.
|Jenyns (later Blomefield), L.||1872||,|
Observations on the fossils representing the Thylacotherium prevostii, Valenciennes, with reference to the doubts of its mammalian and marsupial nature recently promulgated; and on the Phascolotherium bucklandi
|Owen, R.||1838 ?||,|
Sekunder Nameh Bihery The Mauni [?] expedition of Alexander The Great
On the supposed deterioration of the soil of Great Britain, through the exhaustion of its vegetable mould
On the physical basis of life
Syllabus of an elementary treatise on mechanics with corrections and additions
Botanical Society of Edinburgh [prospectus]
|Botanical Society of Edinburgh||1836||,|
Address to the Ethnological and Anthropological Department of the Section of Biology [of the British Association for the Advancement of Science] at the Liverpool meeting, 1870
|Evans, Sir J.||1870||,|
On the development and homologies of the carapace and plastron of the Chelonian Reptiles
Observations in further illustration of the History and Statistics of the Pilchard Fishery
Photograph album: Shanghai
On Descartes' "Discourse touching the method of using one's reason rightly, and of seeking scientific truth";.....
Report of the Committee of the Darwin Memorial Fund
|Darwin Memorial Fund||1886 ca.||,|
Rules of the British Archaeological Society of Rome with a list of members and associates catalogue of books and proceedings for the years
De Solenodonte Novo Mammalium Insectivorum Genere
|Brandt, J.F.||1852 ?||,|
Biographical sketch of Sir W.J. Hooker
Museum Leverianum, no. V
Description of a species of Tringa, killed in Cambridgeshire, new to England and Europe communicated by the Zoological Club of the Linnean Society. Read June 17, 1828
Chamber's Edinburgh Journal
Description of some fossil remains of Chaeropotamus, Palaeotherium, Anoplotherium, and Dichobunes, from the Eocene Formation, Isle of Wight
|Owen, R.||1838 ?||,|
On chemical rays, and the light of the sky
Report to the Bath Field Club [by their delegate to the British Association meeting, Newcastle-on-Tyne, 1889]
A calendar of Natural History, observed at Polperro on the south-east coast of Cornwall
Catalogue of a capital collection of rare and valuable shells ... which will be sold by auction, by Mr Stevens ... 1831
Beobachtungen und Untersuchungen über die Beroeartigen Akalephen [A paper on the Ctenophores (Comb-Jelies, Sea Gooseberries)]
|Mertens, H.||1852 ?||,|
Notes respecting some Indian Fishes, collected, figured, and described by Dr. Theodore Cantor
A Wiltshire Parson (W.L. Bowles)
|Anville, J.B.B. de||1754 ?||,|
On the organs of voice in birds Read June 2 and 16, 1829
COUNTRY Life, October 21, 1922, pp.508-515 and October 28, 1922, pp.544-553. Articles on Bath.
Description of some Ophidiolites (Palaeophis toliapicus) from the London Clay at Sheppey, indicative of an extinct species of Serpent
Notes on a geological section between Tytherington and Thornbury read [before B.A.A.S. meeting ?] November 20th,1888
Enumerations of the carices of British North America
|Boott, F.||1840 ca.||,|
Meteorological journal kept at Sunbury in Middlesex. 1795 - 1839.
Sketch of the writings and philosophical character of Augustin Pyramus de Candolle, Professor of Natural History at the Academy of Geneva, &c.
Photograph album: China, 1858
|Vacher, W.H.||1858 & before||,|
The frost report: on the effects of the severe frosts on vegetation during the winters 1879/80 and 1880/81
On a general introduction of useful plants into Victoria.
The Genus Mastodon: a catalogue of an extensive and valuable collection of fossil remains of the mastodon and mammoth ... which will be sold by auction, by Mr J.C. Stevens ... February 17, 1836 ...
An account of Lord Bacon's Novum organon scientiarum, or new method of studying the sciences
Mynchin Buckland Priory and Preceptory and Mynchin Barrow Priory
|Hugo, T.||1860, 1861||,|
Notice Zoologique sur un Hypéroodon
Habits: a lecture presented to the Committee of the Dublin Young Men's Christian Assn ...
Lecture on Insular Floras. delivered before the British Association for the Advancement of Science at Nottingham, August 27, 1866
On a new species of wild swan, taken in England, and hitherto confounded with the Hooper Read January 19, 1830
Report of the committee appointed for exploring the coasts of Shetland by means of the dredge
Palaeontographical Society - catalogue of publications 1877
On Hyracotherium and Lithornis from the London Clay
Akhlah Mohussiny [?] AD 1502, by Hussien Vaez Kashifi
The Fauna of Twizell
On the power ascribed to the roots of plants of rejecting poisonous or abnormal substances presented to them
Life of Lord Bacon .....
On the importance of the study of chemistry as a branch of education for all classes a lecture delivered at the Royal Institution of Great Britain, 20/5/1854
The Antiquary a magazine devoted to the study of the past
Scrap book of prints: French Revolutions 1830, 1848, 1851 [Semaine Parisiene. Album National pl. 1-12, plus miscellaneous engravings]
The golden bough, a study in magic and religion
|Frazer, J.G.||1922 (1933 reprint)||,|
The structure of flowers with reference to insect aid in their fertilisation
Upon a new species of "Alpheus" discovered upon the coast of Herm, Channel Islands; read 9th May 1854
Address to the Department of Zoology and Botany, of the British Association ... Belfast, August 21, 1874
Scrap book of painted transparencies of native Indians
Observations on the placing of thermometers ... with the plan of a stand, by which many of the errors arising from want of uniformity will be avoided
|Lawson, H.||1845 ?||,|
Description of the organ of voice in a new species of wild swan (Cygnus Buccinator, Richardson) Read March 20th, 1832
Last report on dredging among the Shetland Isles
On Euplectella aspergillum
Ichthyologie des Iles Canaries, ou histoire naturelle des poissons
Note on the structure of Medicago sativa, ... as apparently affording facilities for the intercrossing of distinct flowers
Report of the Committee on Ancient Earth Works and Fortified Engosures