Loudon's Hortus Britannicus, a catal. of all the plants indigenous, cultivated in, or introduced to Britain

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Pagina xiv - ... when an apprentice, twelve years ago; and, about three years since, wishing to arrange them for reference, and the Duchess having kindly desired him to have them bound at her expense, he classed them according to the Linnean system, fixed them with gum to leaves of drawing cartridge paper, pasting to the back of each leaf a leaf of brown blotting paper, and round the margin of both surfaces of the double leaf so formed strips of cartridge paper. These strips rather more than compensate for the...
Pagina ii - Arrangement and its Supplement are entirely the work of Mr. GEORGE DON ; the Natural Arrangement is founded on that of Professor LINDLEY, with Additions and Alterations; and Dr.
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Pagina xv - Linnœus, to possess a decided superiority over all others ; not only because it is consistently derived from one simple principle, but also because the author of it, by means of a new nomenclature, has given to his terms the greatest distinctness of meaning.
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