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Iceland. — Hooker (Sir W. J.) Oa the Flora of Iceland, ext. in Macken-
zie's Travels in Iceland, p. 417.
India. — Colebrooke ( H. T.) ()u the Indian Species of Menispernium, ext.

in Linu. Trans. Vol. XIII. p 44.
— ^ Pliikenetius (Leon.) Amaltheurn Botanicura, sive Stirpiiun Indica-
rum alteram Copiss Cornu, cum Iconibus, ext. in Oper. Botan.
Tom. I.
loidan Islands. — Greville (R. K.) On Cryptogamous Plants from the

Ionian Islands, with plates, ext. in Linn. Trans. Vol. XV. p. 83j.
Jamaica — Elmgren (G.) Pugillus Jamaicensium Plantarura, ext, la
Linna;i Amoen. Acad. Tom. V. p. 389,

Sandmark (C. G.) Flora Jamaicensis, ext. ibid. p. 371.

" Wright (Wm.) Account of Plants of Jamaica, ext. in Memoir of

him, p. 246, 8vo, Edin. 1828.
Japan. — Thunberg (Car, Petr.) Flora Japonioa, 8vo, Lips. 1784,
Kamscliatka. — llalerius (J. R.) Plantse (Jaraschatcenses Kariores, ext. in

Linnfei Amten. Acad. Tom. II. p. 332.
Languedoc. — Belleval (P. R.) Sur les Plantes du Pays de Languedoc,

ext. in Opuscules par Brousonnet, 8vo, Paris, 1785,
Lapland. — Linnaeus (Car.) Flora Lapponica, cura Smith, 8vo, Lond,
1792,

Lachesis Lapponica, a Tour in Lapland, edited by Sir J. E.

Smith, 8 vo, Lond. 181 1.

Wahlenberg (G.) Flora Lapponica, 8vo, Berol. 1812.

Malabar. — iriamilton (F.) Commentaries on the Hortus Malabaricus,
ext. in Linn. Trans. Vol. XIII. p. 474, XIV, p, 171, and XY. p, 78,
Malta. — Boccone (Paul.) Icones et Descriptiones rariorum Plautarura

Sicilian Melitaj, &c. 4to, Lond. 1674.
Mexico. — Don (David) Descriptions of New Genera, and Species of the
Class Compositse, belonging to the Floras of Peru, Mexico, &c, ext.
in Linn. Trans. Vol. XVI. p. 169.
Montpelier. — iN'arthhorst (T. E.) Flora Monspeliensis, ext. in Linnsei

Amoen. Acad. Tom. IV, p. 468,
Nepaul. — Hooker (Sir W, J,) Musci Nepalenses, with plates, earf, m Linn,

Trans, Vol. IX. p. .307.
New-Holland. — Rudge (Ed.) On some New-Holland Plants, with
plates, ext. in Linn. Trans. Vol. Vill. p, 291, X. p, 283, and XL
p, 296,

Smith (SirJ. E.) On the Decandrous Papilionaceous Plants of

New Holland, ext. in Linu. Trans. Vol. IX. p. 244,
Palestine. — Strand (B, J.) Flora Palaestina, ext, in Linnjei Amoen. Acad,

Tom. IV. p. 443.
Paris. — Vaillant (Sebastlen) Botanicon Parisiense, fol, Leid. et Arast.

1727.
Peru and Chili. — Don (David) Descriptions of New Genera and Species
of the class Compositae b; longing to the Floras of Peru, Mexico,
and Chili, ext. in Linn, Trans. Vol. XVI, p. 169.



272 BOTANY.

Piedmont. — AUionius (Carolus) Flora Pedemontana, 2 torn. fol. August.

Taurin. 1785, cura Iconibus in folio.
Sicily. — IJoccone (Paul.) Icones et Descriptioncs rariorum Plantarum

Siciliae, &c. 4to, Loud. 1674.
Spain. — Boccone (Paul.) Icones et Desoriptiones rariorum Plantarum

Sicili.T, Mclita', (lalliic, ct Hispania;, 4to, Lond. 1G74.
Surinam. — Aim (J.) Plant.T ftjurinamenses, ext. in Linntei Amcen. Acad.

Tom. V HI. p. 249.
Sweden. — Afzelius (A.) et Wadsberg (A. M.) De Vegetabilibus Suecanis,

ext. in Diss. Inaug. Acad. Upsai. 178.5.
Fornander (A. N.) Herbationes Upsalienses, ext. in Linnaei Aracen.

Acad. Tom. III. p. 425.

Luut (C. J.) Flora Akeroensis, ext. ibid. Tom. VIII. p. 29.

Pontin (D. D.) Arboretum Suecicum, ext. ibid. Tom. V. p. 174.

Virgauder (D. M.) Frutetum Suecicum, ext. ibid. p. 204.

Switzerland. — Haller (Albert von) Iter Helveticum, ext. in Opuscnl.

Botan. p. 167.



c. Descriptions of particular Classes or Families of Plants,
and of Individual Genera and Species.

* a. Classes or Families of Plants.

AlgoR. — Agardh, Systema Algarum, 12mo, Lond. 1824.

Basterus (Jobus) De Animalculis et Plantis quibusdam Marinis,

Tom. I. 4to, Haarlemi, 1762.
Lamouroux (J. V. F.) Dissertations sur plusicnrs Especcs de Fucus

pen connnes on nouvelles, Latin et Francais, 4to, Agen, 1805.
Turner (Dawson) Coloured Figures and Descriptions oi'Fuci, 4 vols.

4to, Lond. 18C8-19.
On four new Species of Fucns, ext. in Linn. Trans. Vol. VI.

p. 125.

Vaucher (J. P.) Histoire des Conferves d'Eau Douce, 4to, Geneve,

1803.

Woodward (T. S.) On a new Species of Fucus, with a plate, ext. in

Linn. Trans. Vol. 1. p. 131.

(For Works on British Algse, Vid. y. 269.)

CompositcB. — Brown (R.) On the Composita?, e.vt. in Linnean Trans. Vol.

XII. p. 76.
Don (David) On some new Genera and Species of the Class Com-

positte belonging to the Floras of Peru, Mexico, and Chili, ert. in

Linn. Trans. Vol. XVI. p. 169.
Cryptogamous Plants, Generally. — Dickson (Jacobus) Fasciculi tres

Plantarum Cr3'ptogamicarum Britannisc, 4to, Lond. 1785.
(Jreville (R. K.) Scottish Cryptogamic Flora, 6 vols. Bvo, Edin.

1823.
On Cryptogamous Plants from the Ionian Islands, ext. in Linn.

Trans, Vol. XV. p. 335.
Humboldt (Alexander von) Flora; Fribergensis Specimen Plantas

Cryptogamicas prsesertira Subterraneas exhibens, 4to, Berol. 1793.

Sprengel (Kurt) On Cryptogamous Plants, trans. 8vo, Lond, 1807.



BOTANY. 273

Cyrtandracem. — Jack (W.) On the Cyrtamlracese, ext. in Linn. Trans.

Vol. XIV. p. 23.
Esculent and Culinary Plants. — Aspelin (E.) Flora CEconomica, ext. iu

Linuaji Amdcn. Acad. Tom. I. p. 358.

Bryant (Chas.) History of Esculent Plants, 8vo, Lend. 1783.

Hiort (J.) Plantie Esculentai Patriw, ext. iu Linnsei Anioen. Acad.

Tom. 111. p. 74.
Parmentier (A.) Recherches sur les Vegetaux Nourrissans, Svo,

Paris, 1781.
Phillips (Henry) The Companion for the Kitchen Garden or His-
tory of Cultivated Vejjetabies, 2 vols. Svo, Lond. 1831.
Filices. — Bolton (James) Filices Britannicaj, 4to, Leeds, 1790.
Fruit and Furest Trees. — Duhamel (Jo. B.) Traite des Arbrcs Fruitiers,

3 torn. Svo, Paris, 1782.
Evelyn (John) Sylva, with Notes by Dr. A. Hunter, 2 vols. 4to,

York, 17SG.
Fungi. — Berkeley (Rev. M. J.) Descriptions of British Fungi, forming

Part H. of Vol. H. of Hooker's British Flora, Svo, Lond. 1836.
Jacquin (N. J.) Fungi Subalpini, ext. in Miscellan. Austriac. Tom. L

p. \'6o.
Kirby (W.) On Parasitic Fungi on Wheat, ext. in Linn. Trans.

Vol. V. p. 112.
Macleay (W. J.) On the Laws regulating the Distribution of Fungi,

&c. ext. in Linn. Trans. Vol. XIV. p. 46.
Persoon (C. H.) Synopsis Methodica Fungorum, cum Tabulis, 12mo,

Gott. 1801.

Sowerby (James) Coloured Figures of English Fungi, 2 vols. fol.

Lond. 1803.

GraminecE. — Curtis (W.) On the British Grasses, Svo, Lond. 1812.
—— Gahn (H.) Fundamenta Agrostographije, ext. in Linnsei Amoen.

Acad. Tom. VH. p. 160.
Najzen (D. E.) Nova Graminum Genera, ext. in Diss. Inaug. Acad.

Upsal. 1779.
^-^ Smith (Sir J. E.) On the Festuca spadicea and Anthoxanthum pan-

iculatumof Linuieus, withFigures, ext. in Linn. Trans. Vol. L p. 111.
Lichenes. — Acharius (Erik.) Synopsis I\Iethodica Lichenum, Svo, Lun-

da>, 1814.
Hooker (Sir W. J.) Descriptions of British Lichens, ext, in Vol. H.

Part I. of British Flora, Svo, Lond. 1833.

Smith (Sir J. E.) Descriptions of Lichens collected in the South of

Europe, with Figures, ext. in Linn. Trans. Vol. I. p. 81.

Musci. — Bridcl (Sara. E.) Muscologia ad normam Hedwigii, 4to, Got-

tinga;, 1797.
Brown (R.) Observations on some Mosses, ext. in Linnean Trans.

Vol. XH. p. 560.
■^— Hedwig (J.) Fundamentura Historioe Naturalis Muscorum Fron-

dosorum, 2 Part, (in 1 torn, compact.) 4to, Lipsiae, 173i.
Hooker (Sir W. J.) Musci Nepalenses, ext. in Linn. Trans. Vol.

IX. p. 307.
Descriptions of British Musci, ext. in Vol. H. Part L of British

Flora, Svo, Lond. 1833.
— — Hooker and Taylor (T.) Muscologia Britannica, Svo, Lond. 1818.

Svvartz (Olaf.) Methodus Muscorum lllustrata, ext. in Diss. Inaug.

Acad. Upsal. 1781.

Myrti. — Smith (Sir J. E.) Botanical Characters of some Plants of the
Natural Order Myrti, ext.in Linn, Trans. Vol. ill. p. 255, and VI. 299.

2 M



274 BOTANY.

Plants used in Dyeing. — Jorlin (E.) PlaiiUu Tiiictorii«, cxt. in Liiniuii

Amopii. Acad. Tom. V. p. 311.
Poisonous Plants. — Vid. p. 5^78.
PomacecE. — Liiidley (J.) On the Pomacea?, with plates, ext. in Linn.

Trans. Vol. XUI. p. 88.
ProteacciB. — Brown (11.) On the Proteaceie of Jnssieu, with Fig'ures,

cxt. in Linn. Trans. Vol. X. p. 15.
Scitaniincce. — Roscoe (W.) On the Scitaminea;, ext. in Linn. Trans. Vol.

Vin. p. 330.

* b. Individual Genera and Species.

Acrostichum. — Heiligtag- (J. B.) Dissertatio Botanica de Acrosticho, cum

Iconibus, ext. in Linniei Anioen. Acad. Tom. I. p. IW.
Alepidea. — Vid. Erynjrium.

AUiinn. — Ilaller (Albert von) De Allio, ext. in Opusc. Botan. p. 321.
Aloe. — Haworth (A. II.) A New Arrangement of the Genus Aloe, ex^ in

Linn. Trans. Vol. VIL p. I.
Alstrccmeria. — Faick (J. P.) De Alstroemeriaj ext. in Linnasi Amoen.

Acad. Tom. VI. p. 247.
Ammo7iiacmn. — Vid. p. 277.
Anandria. — Tursen (E. Z.) Dissertatio Botanica de Anandria, ext. in

Liuniei Amcen. Acad. Tom. I. p. 161.
Anemone. — Vid. Pulsatilla, p. 63.
Arabis. — Velley (Thomas) Description of Arabis stiicta^ ext. in Work

on Marine Plants of England, fol. Bath, 1795.
Arbutus.— Vid. Uva Ursi, p. 64.
Astragalus — De'candoUe (Aug. Pyr.) Astragalogia, iconibus illustrata,

fol. Paris, 1802.
Begonia. — Dryander (Jonas) On the Genus Begonia, with plates, ext. in

Linn. Trans. Vol. I. p. 155.
Betula. — Klase (L. M.) Dissertatio Botanica de Betula nana, ext. in

Linniei Amosn. Acad. Tom. I. p. 333.
Bromus. — Smith (Sir J. E.) On the British Species of Bromus, ext. in

Linn. Trans. Vol. IV. p. 276.
Buxbaumia. — Martin (A. R.) De Busbaumia, ext. in Linnaei Araoen.

Acad. Tom. V. p. 78.
Cardamomuni. — Vid. p. 277.
Carex. — Goodenough (Sam.) On the British Species of Carex, with

plates, ext. in Linn. Trans. Vol. II. p. 12G, and Vol. III. p. 76.
Smith (Sir .1. E.) On Five new British Species of Carex, ext, ibid.

Vol. V. p. 264.
CaryojyhijUus. — Vid. p. 277.
Cassia. — Vid. p. 6 1.
Cichoriiim. — Ilowison (W.) Account of the Russian Chiccory Plant, and

of tlie Artificial Coffee prepared from its Root, and those of the

Common Dandelion, 8vo, Edin. 1820.
Cicuta. — Vid. p. 61.
Cinchona. — Vid. p. 277.
Clematis. — Vid. ]>. 62.
Cocos. — Marshall (Henry) Contribution to a Natural and Economical

History of the Coco-Nut Tree, 8vo, Edin. 1832.
Combretum. — Don (George) On the Genus Corabrctum, ext. in Linn.

Trans. Vol. XV. p. 412.



BOTANY. 275

Cramhe. — Szent-Miklds (A. S. de) De Crambe Tartarica, cxt. in Jac-

qiiin Miscell. Anstriac. Tom. II. p. 274.
Cypripedium. — Salisbury (R. A.) Description of Four Species of Cypri-

pedium, with plates, cxt. in Linn. Trans. Vol. I. p. 76.
Dianthus. — Smith (Sir J. E.) On the Genus Dianthus, ext. in Linn.

Trans. Vol. IL p. 292.
Dictamnus. — Vid. Clematis, p. 62.
Digitalis. — Vid. pp. 62 and 278.
Dtllenia. — Thunberg (C. P.) On the Genus Dillenia, ext. in Linn. Trans.

VoL L p. 198.
Ehrharta. — Swartz (Olaf) On the Genus Ehrharta, with plates, ext. in

Linn. Trans. Vol. VL p. 40.
Erica. — Dahl>?ren (J. A.) De Erica, ext. in Linnaei Araoen. Acad. Tom.

VIII. p. 46.

Salisbury (R. A.) On the Species of Erica, ext. in Linn. Trans.

Vol. VL p. .316.

Struve (J. B.) De Erica, cum fignris, ext. in Diss. Upsal. 1785.

(2 copies.)

Eryngium. — Delaroche (F.) Eryugiorum necnon Generis novi Alepidese

Historia, fol. Paris, 1808.
Eiipatoriiim. — Vid. p. 62.
Euphorbia. — Wiman (J.) De Euphorbia, ext. in Linnaei Amoen. Acad.

Tom. III. p. 100.
Ficus. — Gedner (E.) De Ficu, ext. in Dissertat. Upsal. 1786.
Heg-ardt (C.) Historia Naturalis Ficus, ext. in Linnsei Amoen. Acad.

Tom. L p. 213.
Gardenia. — Djupedius (P.) De Gardenia, ext. in Diss. Inaug. Acad.

Upsal. 1780.
Gladiolus. — ^jmelseus (C.) De Gladiolo, ext. in Diss. Upsal. 1784.

(2 copies.)
Hehninthocorton. — Vid. p. 62.
Hieraciurn. — Smith (Sir J. E.) On the British Species of Hieracium, ext.

in Linn. Trans. Vol. IX. p. 225.
Hypericum. — Hellenius (C. N.) De Hyperico, ext. in Linnsei Amoen.

Acad. Tom. VIII. p. .318.
Iris. — Ekman (O. J.) De hide, ext. in Diss. Inaug. Acad. Upsal. 1783.
Ixia. — Rung (J. D.) De Ixiii, ext. ibid. (2 copies.)
Juglans. — Plappart (J. F.) Juglans nigra, ext. in Jacquin Misc. Aust.

Tom. II. p. 1.
Juncus. — Bicheno (J. E.) On the Linniean genus Juncus, ext. in Linn.

Trans. Vol. XII. p. 291.
Lathroea. — Bowman (J. E.) On Lathrsea squamaria, with plates, ext. in

Linn. Trans. Vol. XVI. p. 399.
Lavandula. — Lundmark (J. D.) De Lavandula, ext. in Diss. Upsal. 1780.
Ledum. — Westring (J. P.) Ledum palustre, ext. in Linnaei Amoen. Acad.

Tom. VIII. p. 268.
LindscBa. — Dryander (Jonas) On Lindsaea, a new Genus of Ferns, ext. in

Linn. Trans. Vol. III. p. 39.
Lycoperdon. — Woodward (T. Jenkinson) Essay towards a History of

British Stellated Lycoperdons, cxt. in Linn. Trans. Vol. II. p. 32.
Melastoma. — Jack (W.) On the Species of Melastoma and other Malay

Plants, ext. in Linn. Trans. Vol. XIV. pp. 1 and 114.
3Ienispermum. — Colebrooke (H. T.) On the Indian Species of Menisper-

nium, ext. in Linn. Trans. Vol. XIII. p. 44.
Mentha. — Smith (Sir J. E.) On the British Species of Mentha, ext. in

Linn. Trans. Vol. V. p. 171.



276 BOTANY.

Moi'cpa. — CoUiauder (Z.) Dc Moriea, est. in Diss. Upsal. 1787.

Morns. — Serres (Oliver de) Methode de Travaillcr I'Ecorce du Meurior

Blanc, ext. in Opuscules par Broussoiiet, 8vo, Paris, 1785.
3Ii/ristica. — Vid. p. 278.
Nauclca.— Vid. p. 278.
Nicotiana. — Vid. Tobacco, p. 63.
Orchis. — Bicheuo (J. E.) ()n the Orchis Militaris of Linuaeus, ext. in

Linn. Trans. Vol. XII. p. 28.
Orohanchc. — Smith (Sir .T. E.) On some Foreign Species of Orobanche,

ext. in Linn. Trans. Vol. IV. p. 1G4.
Sutton (Charles) Description of five British Species of Orobanche,

vith a plate of O. elatior, ext. in Linn. Trans. Vol. IV. p. 173.
Oxalis. — Hast (H. P.) De Oxalide, ext. in Diss. Upsal. 1781.
Pceonia. — Anderson (George) On the Genus Pseonia, ext. in Linn. Trans.

Vol. XII. p. 248.
Passiflora. — Hallmann (J. G.) Dissertatio Botanica de Passiflora, ext. in

Linnpei Amoen. Acad. Tom. I. p. 24'4.
Peloria. — Rudbergius (D.) Dissertatio Botanica de Peloria, ext. ibid.

p. 280.
Pinus. — Howison (W.) Account of the Manufacture of Turpentine from

the Pinus Sylvestris, 8vo, Edin. 1820.
Polytrichurn. — Menzies (Arch.) On the Genus Polytrichum, with plates,

ext. in Linn. Trans. Vol. IV. pp. 63 and 303.
Proteu. — Gevalin (J. E.) De Protea, ext. in Diss. Upsal. 1781.
Rafflesia. — Brown (R.) On the Genus Rafflesia, with figures, ext. in

Linn. Trans. Vol. XIII. p. 201.
Ranunadus. — Vid. p. do.

Restio. — Lundmark (P.) De Restione, ext. in Diss. Upsal. 1788.
Rhus. — Vid. p. 63.
Rosa. — Woods (Joseph) On the British Species of Rosa, ext. in Linn.

Trans. Vol. XII. p. 159.
Salix. — Smith (Sir .J. E.) On some British Species of Salix, ext. in

Linn. Trans. Vol. VI. p. 110.

Wilkinson (G.) On the Salix Latifolia, 8vo, Newcastle, 1803.

Sanguinaria. — Vid. p. 63.

Saxifraga. — Don (David) Monograph on the Genus Saxifraga, ext. in

Linn. Trans. Vol. XIII. p. 341.
Solanum. — Vid. pp. 63 and 278.
Spigelia.— Vid. p. 278.
Splachmim. — Montiu (L.) De Splachno, ext. in Linnaji Amoen. Acad.

Tom. II. p. 263.
Tofieldia. — Smith (SirJ. E.) On the Genus Tofieldia, ext. in Linn.

Trans. Vol. XII. p. 235.
Trifolium. — Afzelius (Adam) The Botanical History of Trifolium alpes-

tre, medium, and pratense, ext. in Linn. Trans. Vol. I. p. 202.
Ulva. — Woodward (T. J.) On the Generic Characters of Ulva, ext. in

Linn. Trans. Vol. III. p. 46.
Veronica. — Smith (Sir J. E.) On the Genus Veronica, ext. in Linn.

Trans. Vol. I. p. 189.
Viola.— Vid. p. 278.
Viscurn. — Vid. p. G4.
Woodsia. — Brown (R.) On Woodsia, a new Genus of Ferns, ext. in

Linn. Trans. Vol. XI. p. 170.



BOTANY. 277



5. MEDICAL BOTANY.



a. General Works.



Bergius (Pet. Jon.) Materia Meclica e Regno Vegetab. 2 torn, (in 1 corap.)

8vo, Holm. 1778.
DecandoUe (Aug. Pyr.) Sur les Proprietes Medicales des Plantcs, 2de

Edit. Svo, Paris, 1816.
Duncan (Andrew, Jmh.) A Catalogue of Medicinal Plants, Svo, Edin.

1826.
Gahn (N.) Plantse Officinales, ext. in Linnaei Amoen. Acad. Tom. IV.

P-1- ...

Gesner (Conrad.) Opera Botanica, cura. Schraiedel, fol. Norimberg.

1754..
Graves (G.) and Morries (J. D.) Hortus Medicus, or Figures and De-
scriptions of the more important Plants used in Medicine, 4to, Edin.

1834-.
Reid (Hugo) Outlines of Medical Botany, 12mo, Edin. 1832.
Retzius (And. J.) Pharmacologia Regiii Vegetabilis, 12mo, Lipsiae,

1783.
Richard (A.) Botanique Medicale, Part. I. Svo, Paris, 1823.

Eleraens d'Histoire Naturelle Me'dicale, 2 torn. Svo, Paris, 1831.

Stephenson (John) and Churchill (J. M.) Medical Botany, 4 vols. Svo,

Lond. 1831.
Woodville (William) Medical Botany, with Supplement, 4 vols. 4to,

Lond. 1790-93.

The same book, 2d Edit. 4 vols. 4to, Lond. 1810.

Wright (Wm.) Account of Medicinal Plants growing in Jamaica, ext, in

Memoir of his Life, p. 183, Svo, Edin. 1828.



b. Particular Classes, Genera and Species of Medical Plants.



Aloe. — Hesselius (A.) De Aloe, ext. in Diss. Tnaug. Acad. Upsal. 1785.

Ammoniacmn. — Don (David) On the Plant which yields Gum Ammoni-
acum, ext- in Linn. Trans. Vol. XVL p. 599.

Anemone. — Vid. Pulsatilla, p. 63.

Arbutus. — Vid. Uva Ursi, p. 64.

Canella. — Swarta (Olaf) Botanical History of the Canella Alba, ext. in
Linn. Trans. Vol. I. p. 96.

Cai'damomum. — White (D.) On the Natural History of the Malabar Car-
damom, with a plate, ext. in Linn. Trans. Vol. X. p. 229.

Caryophyllus. — Hast (F. R.) De Caryophyllis Aromaticis, ext. in Diss.
Inaug. Upsal. 1788.

Cassia. — Vid. p. 61.

Cicuta. — Vid. p. 61.

Cinchona. — Lambert (A.B,) On the Genus Cinchona, 4to, Lond. 1797.

Clematis. — Vid. p. 62.

Dictamrius. — Vid. Clematis, p. 62.



278 BOTANY.

Digitalis. — Beddoes (Thomas) On Digitalis Purpurea, &c. 8vo, Lond.

1801.

Vid. also p. 62.
Eupatoriinn. — Vid. p. 62.
Ficus. — Hegardt (C.) Ilistoria Naturalis et INIedica Ficus, ext. in Linna>i

Amopn. Acad. Tom. I. p. 213.
Hehninthocorton. — F?V/. p. 62.

i»iy;7s#2ca.— Radloff (F. V.) De Myristica, ext. in Diss. Upsal. 1788.
Nauclea. — Hunter (W.) On tlic Nauclea Gambir, ert. in Linn, Trans.

Vol. IX. p. 218.
Nicotiana. — Vid. Tobacco, p. 63.
Nutritive Plants. — Parmentier (A.) Recherches sur les Vegetans Nour-

rissans, 8vo, Paris, 1781.
Poisonous Plants. — jEjmelaeus (C.) De Arbore Toxicana Macassariensi,

ext. in Diss. Upsal. 1788.
Brugmanns (S. I.) Dissertatio de Plantis inutilibus et venenatis,

8vo, Groningse, 1783.
Bulliard (M.) Histoire des Plantes Veneiieuses et Suspectes de la

France, fol. Paris, 1784.

Le meme livre, 2de Edit. 8vo, Paris, 1798.



De Salle (Eusebe) A Synoptical Table of the Mineral and Vegeta-
ble Poisons, Nos. I. 11.
Krapf (Carol.) Experiraenta de Ranunculorum Venenata Qualitate,

12mo, Viennse, 1766.

Vid.nho Toxicology, p. 194.
Polygala. — Kiernander (J.) De Radice Senega, cum Descriptione Plan-

tjs, ext. in Linnsei Amoen. Acad. Tom. II. p. 126.
Ranunculus. — Vid. p. 63.
Rheum. — Ziervogel (O.) Dc Rhabarbaro, ext. in Linnaei Amoen. Acad.

Tom. III. p. 212.
Rhus.— Vid. p. 63.
Salix.— Vid. p. 63.
Sanguinaria. — Vid. p. 63.
ScitaminecB. — Vid. p. 274.
Solanum. — Hallenberg (G.) De Solano Dulcamara, ext. in Linnsei Amoen.

Acad. Tom. VIII. p. 63.
Vid. also p. 63.
Spigelia. — Colliander (J. G.) De Spigelia Anthclmia, ext. in Liunaji

Amojn. Acad. Tom. V. p. 133.
Strf/chnos. — Balfour (J. H.) De Strychnia, cum Historia Botanica

Generis Strychni, 8vo, Edin. 1831.
Darelius (J. A.) De Ligno Colubrino et de Arbore mule obtinetur,

ext. in Linnjci Amoen. Acad. Tom. II. p. 100.
Viola. — Wickman (D.) De Viola Ipecacuanha, ext. in Linna?i Amoen.

Acad. Tom. VIII. p. 238.
Viscum. — Vid. p. 64.



6. DISEASES AND ANOMALIES OF PLANTS.

Curtis (VV.) On Aphides as the Cause of Blight in Plants, ext. in Linn.
Trans. Vol. VI. p. 75.



BOTANY. 279

Curtis (John) On a Moth found in the Galls of a Plant near Monte

Video, ext. in Zool. Trans. Vol. I. p. .311.
Forsskahl (J. G.) Hospita Insectorum Flora, ext. in Linntei Amojn.

Acad. Tom. III. p. 271.
Haartman (J.) De Plantis Hybridis, ext. ibid. p. 28.
Hopkirk (Thomas) General View of the Anomalies in the Vegetable

Kingdom, 8vo, Glasg. 1817.
Keith (P.) On the Diseases of Plants, ext. in Physiological Botany, Vol.

II. p. 484.
Kirby (W.) On Parasitic Fungi on Wheat, ext. in Linn. Trans. Vol. V.

p. 112.
and Spence (W.) On the Diseases and Deformities of Plants caused

by Insects, ext. in Entomolooy, Vol. I. p. 168, et seq.
Malpighius (Marc.) De Gallis, ext. in Oper. Omn. Tom. II. p. 17.
Plenck (J. J.) Physiologia et Pathologia Plantarum, 8vo, Viennae, 1794.
Reaumur (M. de) Des Galles des Plantes et des Arbres, et des Produc-
tions qui leur sont Analogues, &c. ext. in Memoires sur les Insectes,

Tom. III. p. 413.
Smith (Sir J. E.) On the Diseases of Plants, ext. in Introduction to

Botany, by Hooker, p. 170.



GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION OF PLANTS.



Barton (J.) Lecture on the Geography of Plants, 12mo, Lond. 1827.

Flygare (J.) Colonise Plantarum, ext. in Linnsei Amcen. Acad. Tom,
VIIL p. 1.

Hedenberg (A.) De Stationibus Plantarum, ext. in Linnsei Amcen. Acad.
Tom. IV. p. 64.

Hooker (Sir W. J.) On the Distribution of Plants, ext. in Murray's En-
cyclopaedia of Geograpliy, 8vo, Lond. 1834.

Humboldt (Alexander vou) De Distributione Geographica Plantarum,
8vo, Paris, 1817.

Lindley (J.) On the Distribution of Plants upon the Surface of the
Globe, ext. in Introduction to Botany, 2d Edit. p. 473.

Macleay (W. J.) On the Laws regulating the Distribution of Fungi, &c.
ext. in Linn. Trans. Vol. XIV. p. 46.

Trevellyan (W. C.) On the Distribution of the Phsenogamous Plants of
the Faroe Islands, ext. in Report of Fourth Meeting of British As-
sociation, p. 598, 8vo, Lond. 1835.

Watson (H. C.) On the Geographical Distribution of Plants in Great
Britain, 12mo, Edin. 1832.



8. CATALOGUES OF PLANTS.



Belleval (P. R.) Onomatologia sen Nomonclatura Stirpium in Ilorto
Regio Monspeliensi, ext. in Opuscules par Broussonet, 8vo, Paris,
1785.



280 BOTANY.

Catalogus Stirpiiim in exteris regionibus, &c. 6vo, Lond. 1673.
Catalogue of British Plants, distiii^aiishinn: those fonnd in the neighbour-
hood of Edinburgh, published by the liotiiuical Society of Edinburgh,

8vo, Edin. 1836.
Dillwyn (L. W.) Catalogue of rare Plants found near Dover, cxt. in Linn.

Trans. Tom. VI. p. 177.
Donn (J.) Hortus Cantabrigiensis, 8vo, Lond. 1815.
Duncan (Andrew Jun.) A Catalogue of Medicinal Plants, Svo, Edin.

18-26.
Morrison (Robert) Hortus Regius Blesensis, 12mo, Lond. 1669.
Nauclerus (Sam.) Hortus Upsalensis, ext. in Linnjei Amcen. Acad. Tom.

L p. 20.
Sloane (Sir Hans) Catalogus Plantarum quae in Insula Jamaica, &c.

crescunt, 12mo, Lond. 1G96.
Soderberg (D. H.) Flora Rybyensis, ext. in Linnaji Amoen. Acad. Tom.

VHL p. 75.
Teesdale (Robert) Planta; Eboracenses, or Catalogue of Wild Plants

found near Castle Howard, Yorkshire, ext. in Linn. Trans. Vol. IL

p. 103, and Vol. V. p. 36.
Woodforde (James) Catalogue of Plants growing in the neighbourhood

of Edinburgh, 12mo, Edin. 1824'.



9. BOTANICAL NOMENCLATURE.



Berkenhout (Joann.) Clavis Anglica Linguae Botanicae, 12mo, Lond.

1764-
Crabb (George) Universal Technological Dictionary, 2 vols. 4to, Lond.

1823.
Elmgren (J.) Termini Botanici, ext. in Linnsei Amcen. Acad. Tom. VL

p. 217.
Hull (John) On Botanical Nomenclature and Terminology, ext. in Bo-
tany, Vol. L p. 1.
Jourdan (A. J. L.) Dictionnaire Raisonne, Etymologique, Synonymique et

Polyglotte, des Termes usites dans les Sciences Naturelles, 2 tomes,

8vo, Paris, 1834.
Lee (James) Dictionary of Botanical Terras, Svo, Lond. 1813.
Lloyd (G. N.) Botanical Terminology, 12mo, Edin. 1826.
Martyn (Thomas) Language of Botany, 8vo, Lond. 1796.
Millar (l^hilip) On the Technical Terms used in Botany, with figures^

ext. in Gardener's and Botanist's Dictionary, Vol. L p. 96.
Smith (Sir Jas. E.) Grammar of Botany, Svo, Lond. 1821.

(Explanations of Botanical Terms are found also in most Elementary Works on the Science



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10. FOSSIL BOTANY.



Bertrand (E.) Recueil dc Divers Traites sur I'Histoire Naturelle de la

Terrc et des Fossiles, Avig. 1766.
Buckland (W.) On Cycadeoidea;, a Family of Fossil Plants found in the

Oolite Quarries of the Isle of Portland, ext. in London Geolog.

Trans. 2d Series, Vol. II. p. 3jj.



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