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The Botanist Being the Botanical Part of a course of Lectures on Natural History Delivered in the University at Cambridge Together with a Discourse on the Principle of Vitality

Benjamin Waterhouse, M.d.

Published by Joseph T. Buckingham, Boston, 1811
Used Condition Good Plus Full Leather
From Thomas Macaluso Rare and Fine Books (kennett square, PA, U.S.A.) Quantity Available: 1
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263 pages, the first 228 comprise the Botanist. Pages 229-259 are the Discourse. The last pages are two letters George Washington had sent to the author and an errata. Full contemporary leather with a small chip at foot of front joint. Rubbed at extrenities, Erasures on endpapers. Worm holes in margins of last leaves. Name at top of title page. Moderately foxed and toned throughout. Otherwise clean, tight, and complete. Images available. Bookseller Inventory # 005031


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Title: The Botanist Being the Botanical Part of a ...

Publisher: Joseph T. Buckingham, Boston

Publication Date: 1811

Binding: Full Leather

Book Condition: Good Plus

Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket, as Issued

Edition: First Edition

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