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Hortus Peruvanius medicinalis, or, The South-Sea herbal : containing the names, figures, use, &c. of divers medicinal plants, lately discovered by Pere L. Feuillèe, one of the King of France's herbalists, to which are added, the figures, &c. of divers American gum-trees, dying woods, drugs, as the Jesuits bark-tree and others, much desired and very necessary to be known by all such as now traffick to the South-Seas, or reside in those parts.
By: Petiver, James,
Publication info: London :[s.n.,1715]
Contributed by: Missouri Botanical Garden, Peter H. Raven Library
Subjects: 1715 Botany Botany, Medical Early works to 1800 England Herbals Medicinal plants Peru Pre-Linnean works
BHL Collections: Missouri Botanical Garden's Materia Medica