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Go to Scanned Copy of Page from Book Miscellaneous Tracts Relating to natural History, Husbandry, and Physick, to Which is Added the Calendar of Flora. Selected and Translated by Benjamin Stillingfleet. London, R. And J. Dodsley, 1762.
Go to Scanned Copy of Page from Book Lee, James. An Introduction to Botany. Containing an Explanation of that Science, and an Interpretation of its Technical Terms, Extracted from the Works of Dr. Linnus, and Calculated to Assist Such as may be Dessirous of Studying that Author’s Method and Improvements. London, Printed for J. And R. Tonson, 1765.
Go to Scanned Copy of Page from Book Withering, William. A Botanical Arrangement of All the Vegetables Growing in Great Britain with Descriptions of the Genera and Species According to the Celebrated Linnus..., with an Easy Introduction to the Study of Botany. Shewing the Method of Investigating Plants, and Directions How to Dry and Preserve Specimens. Birmingham, Printed by M. Swinney, for T Cadel and P. Elmsley... and G. Robinson... London, 1776.
Go to Scanned Copy of Page from Book Botanical Magazine, or the Flower Garden Displayed. [s.l., s.n.], 1778-1800. ( London, Printed for W. Curtis by S. Couchman).
Go to Scanned Copy of Page from Book Bryant, Charles. Flora Diaetetica, or History of Esculent Plants, Both Domestic and Foreign, in Which They are Accurately Described, and Reduced to Their Linnaean Generic and Specific Names.... London, B. White, 1783.
Go to Scanned Copy of Microfilm Linn, Carl von. A System of Vegetables, According to Their Classes, Orders, Genera, Species, with Their Characters and Differences. Translated from the 13th edition (as Published by Dr. Murray) of the Systema Vegetabilium of the late Professor Linneus, and from the Supplementum Plantarum... by a Botanical Society at Lichfield. Lichfield, Printed by J. Jackson for Leigh and Sotheby, 1783.
Go to Scanned Copy of Microfilm Rousseau, Jean-Jacques. Letters on the Elements of Botany, Addressed to a Lady. Translated into English, with Notes, and Twenty-four Additional Letters, Fully Explaining the System of Linnaeus, by Thomas Martyn. London, Printed for B. White, 1785.
Go to Scanned Copy of Page from Book Martyn, Thomas. Recueil de Plantes Coloriees, Pour Servir l’Intelligence des Lettres Lmentaires sur La Botanique de J.J. Rousseau. Paris, Poinot, 1789.
Go to Scanned Copy of Page from Book Darwin, Erasmus. The Botanic Garden; a Poem, in Two Parts. Part I. Containing the Economy of Vegetation. Part II. The Loves of the Plants. With Philosophical Notes. London, Printed for J. Johnson, 1791.
Go to Scanned Copy of Page from Book Smith, Charlotte Turner. The Poems of Charlotte Smith. Edited by Stuart Curran. NY, Oxford University Press, 1993.
Go to Scanned Copy of Page from Book Smith, Charlotte Turner. The Young Philosopher, a Novel. London, Printed for T. Cadell, Jun. and W. Davies, 1798.
Go to Scanned Copy of Page from Book Lester, Francis Edward. My Friend the Rose. With Sixteen Illustrations Reproduced from Paintings by Mary Lawrance, First Printed 1799. Harrisburg, Pa., J. Horace McFarland Company, 1942.
Go to Scanned Copy of Page from Book Colden, Jane. Botanic Manuscript. Edited by H.W. Rickett and Elizabeth C. Hall. NY?, Garden Club of Orange and Dutchess Counties, NY, [1963.]
Go to Scanned Copy of Page from Book Wakefield, Priscilla. An Introduction to Botany, in a Series of Familiar Letters, with Illustrative Engravings. London, Printed by and for Darton and Harvey, 1807.
Go to Scanned Copy of Microfilm Botanical Dialogues, Between Hortensia and Her Four Children, Charles, Harriet, Juliette and Henry. Designed for the Use of Schools, by a Lady. London, Printed for J. Johnson, 1797.
Go to Scanned Copy of Microfilm Abbot, Charles. Flora Bedfordiensis, Comprehending Such Plants as Grow Wild in the County of Bedford, Arranged According to the System of Linnaus, with Occasional Remarks. Bedford, Printed and Sold by W. Smith, 1798.
Go to Scanned Copy of Page from Book Marcet, Jane Haldimand. Conversations on Natural Philosophy, in Which the Elements of that Science are Familiarly Explained and Adapted to the Comprehension of Young Pupils. Charleston, S.C., J. Grigg and W.P. Bason, 1824.
Go to Scanned Copy of Page from Book Murray, Charlotte. The British Garden, a Descriptive Catalogue of Hardy Plants, Indigenous or Cultivated in the Climate of Great Britain, with Their Generic and Specific Characters, Latin and Wnglish Names, Native Country, and Time of Flowering. London, Thomas Wilson, 1808.
Go to Scanned Copy of Page from Book Ibbetson, Agnes. [articles published in Journal of Natural Philosophy, Chemistry, and the Arts, Philosophical Magazine, and Annals of Philosophy, from 1809-1819.
Go to Scanned Copy of Page from Book The Journal of Natural Philosophy, Chemistry, and the Arts, published by William Nicholson, is but one journal in which Agnes Ibbetson published her work. Marked here are entries in other volumes of the journal owned by the M.S.U. Libraries, in addition to the one opened for display, which contain articles and illustrations by her. These volumes were published from 1809 through 1813.
Go to Scanned Copy of Page from Book Kent, Elizabeth. Sylvan Sketches, or a Companion to the Park and the Shrubbery, with Illustrations from the Works of the Poets. London, Taylor and Hessey, 1825.
Go to Scanned Copy of Page from Book Roberts, Mary. The Annals of My Village, Being a Calendar of Nature, for Every Month in the Year. London, J. Hatchard, 1831.

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