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Assam Adventure
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Assam Adventure

by Kingdon Ward, F.

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First edition. Jonathan Cape. London. 1941. Half title, title, 304pp. Photo frontispiece, 15 further monochrome photo plates, folding map outlined in red. Original blue cloth, silver lettering to spine, showing light wear and spotting, with light rubbing to the extremities. Lower edge untrimmed. Toning to free endpapers. Text and map crisp and bright.

Francis Kingdon-Ward (1885-1958) English botanist, explorer, plant collector and author. A classic work of exploration and plant hunting.

"Tibet has always exercised a fascination over the minds of men... Its aloofness, its sublime heights, its well-guarded and remote approaches, above all the strange culture and religious fervour of its people, all tend to make it even in these days a land of mystery."

The story of his 1,000 mile Tibetan journey from Assam in 1935, extended with the observations on the Balipara Frontier Tract, its flowers, its people and its geography, made three years later on his second visit.
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Botanologia. The English Herbal: or, History of Plants. Containing I. Their names. Greek Latine...
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First edition. Folio. Printed by I. Dawks for H. Rhodes at the Star, the corner of Bride Lane, in Fleet Street; and J. Taylor, at the Ship in Pater Noster Row. 1710. Engraved title. Title page in red and black. 4pp dedication to Queen Anne, xxiv, 1296pp. Index Plantarum & Index Latinus [41pp]. Index Morbarum, erratum [6pp]. Numerous engravings. Full panelled calf, spine in seven compartments with raised bands, blind rules. Gilt lettering and floral tooling to second compartment. Blind tooling to boards
Small symbols inscribed to base of title page. Neat historic addenda to the margins. P22 'Angelica' in historic script to margin. P173 small portrait to margin. P180 note to lower margin re 'hen Bane'. P256 script to margin "Touch me not or Elaterium". P671 script 'Powder' to margin. P892 script to margin 'Extract'. Occasional drawn marginal manicules. P1162 script to margin 'Powder'. P312 misnumbered 351. Four leaves of index restored to margins, in slightly smaller state. P63 slight loss of text (4… Read More
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The British Herbal: an history of plants and trees, natives of Britain, cultivated for use, or...
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The British Herbal: an history of plants and trees, natives of Britain, cultivated for use, or raised for beauty

by Hill, John

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First edition. Printed for T. Osborne and J. Shipton, in Gray's Inn; J. Hodges near London Bridge; J. Newbery, in St. Paul's Churchyard; B. Collins; And S. Crowder and H. Woodgate, in Pater-noster Row. London. 1756. Folio. Engraved frontispiece. Title page in red and black. (2), dedication, 533, (3) index pp. Text in double columns. Decorative engraved tailpieces. 75 engraved plates. Contemporary full calf. Spine in seven compartments with raised bands and red leather label. Relaid to joints and corners. Inner margin repair to title, lower edges of 1-4 chipped, paper fault small hole to 47/8, short closed tear to 113/4 with basic paper repair to verso, minor insect damage to lower margin 169/70, repair to outer margin 429/30. Toning/darkening to feps, frontispiece and title. Corner of front pastedown torn with loss. Creasing to title and frontispiece. Occasional spotting, a handsomely patinaed copy.
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Burma's Icy Mountains
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Burma's Icy Mountains

by Kingdon-Ward, Francis

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Jonathan Cape. London. 1949. 2nd impression. Octavo. 287pp. 16 photo plates. 2 folding maps. Original blue cloth, silver lettering to spine. In the original dust wrapper, toned and chipped with loss to lower spine. Inscription to ffep. dated 1951. Handwritten addenda to preface "Died April 8th 1958, in London aged 72". Light spotting to endpapers, minor rubbing to corners, a nice copy in the original cloth. Dust wrapper in a protective cover.

Francis Kingdon-Ward, OBE, (1885-1958) botanist, explorer, plant collector, author and spy for the British Government.
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English Lake District plant-hunting archive
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English Lake District plant-hunting archive

by Thomas Coulthard Heysham; Rev. Hugh Alexander Macpherson; William Duckworth; J.G. Baker; John Curtis; Lister Petty

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An historic archive from the private collection of William Duckworth, Lake District Botanist, Plant Collector, Naturalist, of primary sources for the original discovery by Thomas Coulthard Heysham of 'Carum verticillatum' 45 years before William Duckworth had flattered himself for a time with being the first recorder of that rarity.
Baker, J. G.A Flora of the English Lake District. George Bell. London. 1885. Octavo. viii, 262, (1)pp. Original cloth, worn, gilt to spine. Bookseller's plate of Charles Thurnam and Sons, Carlisle to fep. A well-used significant copy with fascinating primary source British plant-hunting provenance and associated material.• Signed presentation copy from Hugh Macpherson dated 1886 to William Duckworth. • Inserted handwritten letter (Black edged after the death of his father, the naturalist John Heysham, MD) dated July 7 1837, 'Carlisle', 2 pages, to the naturalist and illustrator John Curtis from the Carlisle naturalist, Thomas Coulthard Heysham, regarding his… Read More
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The Flora of Uig (Lewis) A Botanical Exploration
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The Flora of Uig (Lewis) A Botanical Exploration

by Campbell, M. S. (ed.)

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First edition. T. Buncle & Co. Arbroath. 1945. Octavo. 62pp. Frontispiece, 5 further plates. Large folding map. Original blue cloth, gilt to spine. Map endpapers. Occasional light toning (war paper), a nice copy.Campbell writes, "By July final plans were made and the party completed: Messrs A. J. Wilmott, E. B. Bangerter and J. A. Crabbe from the Department of Botany, British Museum (Natural History), Mr C. V. B. Marquand, late of the Herbarium, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, and myself".
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Flora of Guernsey and of the Lesser Channel Islands
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Flora of Guernsey and of the Lesser Channel Islands: namely, Alderney, Sark, Herm, Jethou, and the adjacent islets

by Marquand, Ernest David

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Flora of Guernsey and the Lesser Channel Islands: namely, Alderney, Sark, Herm, Jethou, and the adjacent islets. First edition. Dulau & Co. London. 1901. Octavo. viii, 501pp. 5 coloured maps: The Islands; Guernsey (folding); Alderney; Sark; Herm. Original cloth, gilt to spine. Edges untrimmed. Partially unopened. Some foxing/toning to endpapers, otherwise a bright copy.Ernest David Marquand (1848–1918)
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Flora of Surrey
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Flora of Surrey: being an account of the flowering plants, ferns and characeae, with notes on the topography, climate and geology, and a history of the botanical investigation of the county

by Salmon, Charles Edgar

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First edition. G. Bell & Sons. London. 1931. Octavo. 688pp. Frontispiece portrait, 8 further plates. 2 large folding coloured maps. Original light green cloth, gilt to spine. Some mottling to upper edge of lower board. Small ink spots to p.539. A nice firm copy with no tears or misfolds to the maps.
Salmon, Charles Edgar (1872-1930) This work was published posthumously the year after his death, being completed by W. H. Pearsall who contributed the preface. Salmon's herbarium was bequeathed to the British Museum.
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The Flora of Essex; or list of flowering plants and ferns found in the County of Essex; with the...
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The Flora of Essex; or list of flowering plants and ferns found in the County of Essex; with the localities of the less common species ascertained by recent observation and reference to former authors, and illustrated with four coloured plates of the plants peculiar to the County

by Gibson, George Stacey F.L.S.

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First edition. William Pamplin. London. 1862. Octavo. l, 469pp. Four hand coloured plates, crisp and bright. Map, split to folds and incomplete, in tape repaired pocket to fep. Original green embossed cloth, gilt to spine. Ink splash to upper board, foredge and lower edge. Faded to spine, a well used copy with some neat annotation and underlining by its previous owners: Ownership ink stamp Ex Libris F. Townsend to half title upper margin. Signature of Robert Paulson to ffep.Robert Paulson (1857-1935) F.L.S. Mycologist, lichenologist, botanist. President of the Essex Field Club. Fellow of the Royal Microscopical Society. British Mycological Society. Contributed to lichenology collections from Mount Everest and Spitzbergen. Contributer to Essex Nat.; Proceedings of the Linnean Society; Lichenology of the British Isles; the Lichenologist. Herbarium at British Museum Natural History.
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Flora of Cumberland containing a full list of the flowering plants and ferns to be found in the...
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Flora of Cumberland containing a full list of the flowering plants and ferns to be found in the County, according to the latest and most reliable authorities. With an introductory chapter on the soils of Cumberland by J. G. Goodchild

by Hodgson, William

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First edition. W. Meals and Company. Carlisle. 1898. Octavo. xxxvi, 398pp. Folding map, a little creased and sunned to the fore-edge, geological map. Original cloth, gilt to spine. Top edge gilt. Occasional spotting, light toning to endpapers. A couple of light marks to boards, lightly bumped to corners. Occasional marginal plant-hunting and botanical notes in an unknown hand, with dates (1920's) and locations.This copy was from the private collection of of Quentin Oliver Newton Kay (1939-2017)
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The Flora of Westmorland
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The Flora of Westmorland

by Wilson, Albert

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First edition. Privately printed by T. Buncle & Co. Ltd. Arbroath. To be obtained from the Author, Albert Wilson, Tir-y-Coed, Ro Wen, Conway. 1938. Octavo. (3), 413pp. Frontispiece, 36 further photo-plates. Colour map of Westmorland to rear pocket (with tapered margin as published). Original green cloth, gilt to spine and upper board. Some occasional light foxing to endpapers and verso of map. A nice copy.
ALBERT WILSON (1862-1949)
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The Flora of West Lancashire
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The Flora of West Lancashire

by Wheldon, J. A. & Wilson, Albert

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First edition. Privately printed for the Authors by V. T. Sumfield, Station Street, Eastbourne. 1907. Octavo. (2), 511pp. Tissue guarded fontispiece, 14 further plates. Folding coloured map to rear. Original green cloth, gilt to spine and upper board. Ink spot to lower margin of the title page. Some rubbing and wear to extremeties. Occasional light foxing, mainly to endpapers and verso of the map. Occasional unobtrusive marginal pencil notation. Signature of J. H. Davies to ffep in pencil.
JAMES ALFRED WHELDON MSC, ALS, ISM (1862 - 1924) His herbarium specimens are at The National Museum of Wales.
ALBERT WILSON FLS, FR MET. SOC. (1862-1949)
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The Floral Register; containing figures and descriptions of nearly all tender and hardy plants,...
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The Floral Register; containing figures and descriptions of nearly all tender and hardy plants, which have been lately introduced to, and cultivated in Great Britain.

by Maund, Benjamin

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Simkin and Marshall; Groombridge & Sons, [1825-1850] Two Parts bound in one volume. Small quarto. Engraved half title, Title page Part I, xvi, 240pp; Title page Part II, 13, 144pp. 3066 woodcuts. Contemporary half morocco, gilt, raised bands to spine. All edges gilt. Marbled endpapers. Corners rubbed. Index to Part II and pp141-144 originally published in smaller state (8vo), expertly relaid to quarto. Comprehensively cataloguing the origins, date of introduction and British gardens and their owners of foreign introductions during the golden age of plant-hunting, the Floral Register was the resource for all newly introduced plants.
Benjamin Maund (1790-1864) botanist and horticulturist, "he prospered as a bookseller, stationer, printer, bookbinder, publisher, and chemist in a combination normal for the time". He experimented with seeds and plants introduced from around the world and particularly with varieties of wheat. Fellow of the Linnean Society. ODNB.
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Folk Medicine; a chapter in the history of culture
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Folk Medicine; a chapter in the history of culture

by Black, William George

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First edition. Published for the Folk-Lore Society by Elliot Stock. London. 1883. Octavo. 11, (1), 228pp. Blue cloth, gilt to spine, faded. Short splits to joints at head of spine. Rubbed to extremities. Occasional light spotting.
William George Black CBE, FSA (1857 – 1932) Scottish antiquary, lawyer and politician. This is the authoritative English work on medical folklore. Publication of the Folk Lore Society XII.
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Handbook of Hardy Herbaceous and Alpine Flowers.
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Handbook of Hardy Herbaceous and Alpine Flowers.

by Sutherland, William

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William Blackwood and Sons. Edinburgh and London. 1871. Octavo. 4 (ads), lxvi, 321, 16 (ads)pp. Original green decorative cloth, gilt, bevelled edges. Rubbed and worn to extremities. Hinges cracked, but firm. Pages untrimmed, occasional spotting.
William Sutherland (1833-1920) Scottish horticulturalist (Herbaceous) at Kew, Florence Court and Minto Roxburghshire, home of the Earl of Minto (subject of the conservation scandal of 1992). Correspondence held at Sissinghurst.
Provenance: Signature of "J Fraser Kew" to ffep and following page. John Fraser (1854-1935) FLS, VMH, Scottish horticulturalist and expert on the genus Mentha and Salix, RHS Chiswick 1880-1882, Kew 1882-86 & 1897-1909; editor of Gardener's World Magazine.
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Historiae mundi libri XXXVII: Opus omni quidem commendatione maius, sed nullis ad hunc diem...
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Svmptibvs Samvelis Crispini. [Samuel Crispin]. Coloniae Allobrogvm. [Geneva] 1615. Folio. Title page in red and black. Engraved device depicting Fama to title page. [34], 746, [160], [8], 116, 3-29pp. Pages 2 and 27 incorrectly numbered 116 and 23, pagination complying with the Kew copy. Main body of text printed in double columns, with marginal printed notation. Head and tail pieces, historiated initials. Imprint date uses turned Cs. Running title: C. Plinii Secvndi Natvral Hist. Half calf, spine in seven compartments with leather label, renewed at a later date, retaining earlier marbled boards. Reinforced to hinges with linen. Some spotting, foxing, offsetting etc. A few minor dog-ears. Historic annotation in a neat hand to Lib. VI p.102 "These numbers are doubtless transposed" & to Lib. XXXIII p.653 "Ante de diminuum". A notably significant volume.
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Medicinal plants in folk tradition. An ethnobotany of Britain and Ireland
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Medicinal plants in folk tradition. An ethnobotany of Britain and Ireland

by Allen, David E. & Hatfield, Gabrielle

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Timber Press. Portland and Cambridge. 2004. Small quarto. 431pp. Frontispiece, text illustrations, colour plates. Original green cloth, gilt to spine, in the original dust wrapper. A fine copy."The first comprehensive account of medicinal uses of wild plants by the country folk of Britain and Ireland". Includes a useful bibliography.
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Travels in the interior of Brazil, principally through the Northern Provinces, and the Gold and...
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Travels in the interior of Brazil, principally through the Northern Provinces, and the Gold and Diamond Districts, during the years 1836 – 1841

by Gardner, George

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First edition. Reeve, Brothers. London. 1846. Octavo. Half title, title, xvi, 562pp. 16pp publishers' catalogue. Engraved frontispiece with tissue guard. Engraved map. Recent half calf, marbled boards, spine in six compartments with raised banding, gilt motifs, rules and lettering. A little foxing to the frontispiece and map. Edges untrimmed with some browning and chipping to the edges of the frontispiece and title. Tiny hole p3. Occasional minor dogears, marks and smudges. Two subscription library stamps each to verso of the map and frontispiece with faint offsetting.

George Gardner (1810 – 1849) F.L.S. was born in Ardentinny, Argyll and Bute, where his father was gardener to the Earl of Dunmore. His travels in Brazil between 1836 and 1841 were undertaken under the patronage of John Russell, 6th Duke of Bedford and collaboration with Sir William J. Hooker to collect natural history specimens for public and private collections. In 1842 he was elected a Member of the Linnean Society. The writing… Read More
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A flora of the North East of Ireland
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A flora of the North East of Ireland

by Stewart, Samuel Alexander & Corry, Thomas Hughes

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First edition. Belfast Naturalists Field Club. Belfast. Macmillan and Bowes. Cambridge. 1888. xxxiii, (2), 331pp. Original decorative cloth, gilt lettering and motif of Rosa Hibernica to the upper board. Slight wear to corners. Ownership signatures of Mortimer and Robson, Woodside, Helen's Bay, to ffep. Published after the tragic death of Thomas Hughes Corry age 23, drowned on Lough Gill in 1883 while carrying out a botanical exploration. The details are outlined in the preface by Samuel Stewart.(One of a number of floras currently being catalogued originating from the private library of Quentin Oliver Newton Kay)
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The gardens of the British working class

The gardens of the British working class

by Willes, Margaret

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413pp. Illustrations in colour and monochrome. Very good in original dust wrapper. As new.
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