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Sowerby's English Botany, Volume 3 contains the
Agrimonies
Burnets

Gean
Apples
Cherries
Gorse

Meadow-sweet
Avens
Cinquefoils
Greenweeds

Medicks
Beams
Cloudberry
Hawthorns

Medlar
Birdsfoots
Clovers

Honeystalks Melilot
Blackberry
Cotoneaster
Ladies-finger

Mountain-ashes
Blackthorn
Dewberry

Lady's mantles Nonsuchs
Brambles
Dropwort
Lamb-toe

Oxytropis
Briars
Eglantine
Liquorice

Parsley piert
Broom
Fenugreek

Lucernes
allace
Furzes
Marl-grass

Peas

Pear

Sowerby's English Botany, Volume 3 (continued) contains the.
Plum
Saintfoin
Sweetbriars

Vetches
Queen of the mea Service-trees

Tares

Vetchlings
dow
Shamrock

Tongue under Waxen wood
Raspberries
Sibbaldia

tongue

Whins Rest-harrows Silver-weed

Tormentils

Whitebeams Roebuck-berry Spiræa

Trefoils

Whitethorns Roses

Strawberries

All the Plants ranked under the orders Leguminiferæ and Rosaceæ.

Sowerby's English Botany, Volume 4 contains the

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Sowerby's English Botany, Volume 5 contains the

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Sowerby's English Botany, Volume 6 contains the
Andromeda
Banny
Henne belle

Rosemary
Arbutus
Butter-and-eggs | Higtaper

Sheep's-bit
Ashes

Canterbury-bell Jacob's ladder Snapdragons
Azalea
Centaurys
King's-taper

Speedwells
Bartsias
Cicendias
Ling

Strangle.weed
Bearberrys
Convolvulus
Lobelias

Strawberry-tree
Belladonna
Cow wheats
Louseworts

Tea-plant
Bell-flowers
Cranberry
Menziesias

Thorn-apple
Betonys
Devale
Moneywort

Throat-wort
Bilberrys
Dodders

Monkey-flower Toadfiaxes
Bindweeds
Euphraisie

Mother-of-thon. Tooth-wort
Bird's-nest
Eyebrights

sands

Torch-blade
Bitter-sweet
Felwort
Mudwort

Valerian
Bleaberry
Figworts
Mulleins

Venus's looking-
Bog bean
Fleullins
Nightshades

glass
Broom-rapes
Foxglove
Pennyweed

Vervian
Brooklime
Gentians
Periwinkles

Violet
Brown-rapes Hag-taper

Primprint

Whortleberry
Brownworts
Hare-bell
Privets

Witches' thimbles
Buck beans
Heaths

Rabbit's-mouth Winter-greens
Bull-dogs
Heather
Rampions

Yellow-rattles
Bullock's-wort Henbane

All the Plants ranked under the orders Campanulaceæ, Ericaceæ, Jasminaceæ, Apocynaceæ, Gentianaceæ, Polemoniaceæ, Convolvulaceæ, Solanaceæ, Scrophulariaceæ, Orabanchaceæ, and Verbenacea.

Sowerby's English Botany, Volume by contains the
Alkanets
Comfreys
Knawels

| Pimpernels
Amaranth
Cowslips
Lavenders

Plantains
Archangel
Creeping Jenny Loosestrifes

Primroses
Balms
Cyclamen
Lungworts

Rib-grass
Basil
Dead-nettles
Madwort

Ruptureworts
Betony
Forget-me-nots Marjoram

Saltwort
Bladderworts Germanders

Mints

Skull-caps
Borage
Gipsey worts
Moneywort

Sea lavenders
Brook-weed Gromwells

Motherwort

Self-heal
Bugles
Ground ivy
Nettles

Strapwort
Buglosses

- pine
Oxlips

Thrifts
Butterworts
Hemp-nettles Oyster-plant

Thymes
Calamints
Horehounds
Pennyroyal

Water violets
Chickweed
Hounds' tongues Peppermint

Woundwort
Clarys

Illecebrum

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Sowerby's English Botany, Volume 8 contains the

Junipers

Elms
Fir
Goosefoots
Hazel

Alder
Allgocd
Asarabaca
Aspen
Beech
Beet
Birches

thworts

Bistorts
Box
Buckthorn
Buckwheats
Chestnut
Crowberry
Docks
Dog's mercurys

Hemp

Knotgrasses
Mercury
Mezereon
Myrtle
Nettles
Oaks
Oraches

Hop
Hornbeam
Hornworts

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Sowerby's English Botany, Volume 10 contains the

Pipewort

Sharp - flowered Wood Rushes

Rush
Three-leaved Rush Shining - fruited
Clustered Rush Rush
Three . flowered Lesser - jointed
Rush

Rush
Two - flowered Capitate Rush
Rush

Toad Rushes
Sea Rushes

Mud Rush Common Rush Heath Rush Soft Rush

Round - fruited Diftase Rush

Rush Hard Rush

Brown Cyperus Northern Rush Galingale Thread Rush

Black Schenus Blunt - flowered Fen Sedge Rush

Beak Sedges

Blysmuses

Prickly Sedges Club Rushes

Grey Sedge Bull Rushes

Spiked Sedges Cotton Grasses Axillary Sedge Kobresia

White Sedges Diccious Sedges Haresfoot Sedge Flea Sedge

Black Sedge Rock Sedge

Alpine Sedges Few - flowered Hoary Sedge Sedge

Tufted Sedge Curved Sedge Mountain Sedges Marsh Sedges Water Sedges Brown Sedges Heath Sedges Sea Sedge

Mud Sedges Panicled Sedges Fingered Sedges Paradoxical Sedge Silvery Sedges Great Sedge And other Sedges

And all Plants ranked under the Orders Juncaceæ and Cyperaceæ

Sowerby's English Botany, Volume 11 contains the

Quaking Grass

Alpine Grasses | Cut-Grass

Lyme Grass
Barley Meadows Darnel

Marram
Bent Grasses Dog's-tail Grasses ! Mat Grass
Bog Hair Grass Fesque Grasses Meadow Grasses
Bristle Grasses Finger Grass Melic Grass
Brome Grasses Fox-tail Grasses Millet Grass
Canary-Grass Hair Grasses

Moor Grass
Cocks-foot Grass Hard Grass

Nit Grass Cord Grasses Hares'-tail Grass Oats Couch Grasses Heath Grasses Oat Grass Creeping Grasses | Holy Grass

Panic Grass

Reeds
Ribbon Grass
Rye Grasses
Small Reeds
Timothy Grasses
Vernal Grass
Wall Barley
Whorl Grass
Yorkshire Fog

All the Plants ranked under the Order Graminaceæ.

Sowerby's English Botany.

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Every Known Fern."

Synopsis Filicum ; including Osmundaceæ, Schizæaces, Marattiaceæ, and Ophioglossaceæ, accompanied by Figures representing the essential characteristics of each Genus. By the late Sir W. J. HOOKER, K.H., and JOAN GILBERT BAKER, F.L.S., Assistant Curator of the Kew Gardens. Price £1. 2s. 6d. plain ; £1. 8s.

coloured by hand This is the cheapest and most complete book which describes all the Ferns throughout the world. So full and clear are its details that anybody who will take the trouble to master a few botanical terms can with certainty name any fern he may meet with in any part of the world, whether growing wild or under cul. tivation in garden or hothouse.

"Sir W. Hooker began collecting a Fern Herbarium in 1811. For this study this enthusiastic and illustrious botanist had all his life extraordinary advantages. nnoitions he occupied-first as Professor of Botany at Glasgow, and then as " the Kew Gardens were made the most of, not merely by amiability

ich made his pupils and friends willing assistants, but at Kew he

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