A natural arrangement of British plants : according to their relations to each other as pointed out by Jussieu, De Candolle, Brown, &c.
Gray's British plants
Gray, Samuel Frederick, 1766-1828
Gray, John Edward, 1800-1875
London :Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy,1821.
"C. Baldwin, printer ... London"--Verso of t.p.
"The preface and the introduction to the study of Botany and its terms, occupying the half of the first volume ... were by my father [i.e. S.F. Gray]; the systematic synopsis of the plants, occupying the rest of the book, by myself, under my father's superintendence."--J.E. Gray, "List of Books," &c., p. 3.
Collation of volumes: v.1. xxviii, 824 p., plates I-XXI; v.2. viii, 760 p.
Page 770 in v. 1 is misnumbered as 570.
Plates engraved by J. Shury; some plates illustrated by R. Hudson.
Publisher's advertisements are on p. -760 of v. 2.
Freeman, R.B. Brit. nat. hist. books, 1495-1900, | 1440
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