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  1. The Elgin botanic garden, its later history and relation to Columbia College, the New Hampshire grants and the treaty with Vermont in 1790 /
    By: Brown, Addison,
    Publication info: Lancaster, Pa. :Press of the New Era Print. Co.,1908.
    Contributed by: Columbia University Libraries (archive.org)
    Subjects: Authors' inscriptions (Provenance)  Columbia University  Elgin Botanic Garden  History  NNC  
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  2. Forest insects of Australia / By Walter W. Froggatt.
    By: Froggatt, Walter W. - New South Wales.
    Publication info: Sydney :Printed by Alfred James Kent, Government Printer, Phiillip Street, Sydney, N.S.W.,1923.
    Contributed by: NCSU Libraries (archive.org)
    Subjects: Australia  Authors' inscriptions (Provenance)  Booksellers' labels (Provenance)  Forest insects  Ink stamps (Provenance)  Insects  New South Wales  
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  3. Histoire naturelle du département des pyrénées-orientales / par Louis Companyo.
    By: Companyo, Louis.
    Publication info: Perpignan :Imprimerie de J.-B. ALzine, Rue des Trois-Rois, 1,1861-1864.
    Contributed by: NCSU Libraries (archive.org)
    Subjects: Authors' inscriptions (Provenance)  France  Natural history  Pyrénées-Orientales  
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  4. An introduction to the modern classification of insects : founded on the natural habits and corresponding organisation of the different families / by J. O. Westwood.
    By: Westwood, J. O.
    Publication info: London :Longman, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longmans, Paternoster-Row,1839-1840
    Contributed by: NCSU Libraries (archive.org)
    Subjects: Authors' inscriptions (Provenance)  Classification  Half bindings (Binding)  Ink stamps (Provenance)  Inscriptions (Provenance)  Insects  Leather bindings (Binding)  Marbled papers (Binding)  Paper bindings (Binding)  Raised bands (Binding)  
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  5. A treatise on forest-trees : containing not only the best methods of their culture hitherto practised, but a variety of new and useful discoveries, the result of many repeated experiments ; as also, plain directions for removing most of the valuable kinds of forest-tres, to the height of thirty feet and upwards, with certain success ; and on the fame principles (with as certain success) for transplanting hedges of sundry kinds which will at once resist Cattle ; to which are added directions for the disposition planting and culture of hedges by observing which they will be handsomer and stronger fences in five years than they now usually are in ten /
    By: Boutcher, William.
    Publication info: Edinburgh :Printed by R. Fleming, and sold by the Author, by J. Murray, No 32 Fleeet-Street, London and other Booksellers in Great Britain,[1775].
    Contributed by: NCSU Libraries (archive.org)
    Subjects: Authors' inscriptions (Provenance)  Forests and forestry  Leather bindings (Binding)  Raised bands (Binding)  Trees  
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