RECORD: Darwin, C. R. 'Books [read]' notebook. (1838-1858). CUL-DAR120.- Transcribed by Kees Rookmaaker, edited by John van Wyhe (Darwin Online, http://darwin-online.org.uk/)

REVISION HISTORY: Transcribed by Kees Rookmaaker, 7-8.2009, corrections and editing by John van Wyhe 8.2009. RN2

NOTE: This 100 X 150 mm notebook is bound in black leather with the edges blind embossed. The end pages and page edges are marbled. The front cover bears a paper label (3.1 x 1.5 cm) with 'Books' written in ink. Many entries are ink over pencil. The handwriting in ink does not seem to match that in pencil.

The notebook contains an alphabetical list of books read by Darwin between 1838 and 1858. Most are duplicate entries from Darwin's reading notebooks DAR119 and DAR128. There are a few books not found in either of those notebooks, which are listed here in bold. One item could not be identified.

See the important introduction in Appendix IV to Correspondence vol. 4 on Darwin's reading notebooks.

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Books

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Catalogue Alphabetical made many years ago by Catherine1 of the Books which I had then read chiefly in relation to the Origin of Species.

1 Emily Catherine Darwin (1810–1866), Darwin's sister.

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A

Aguerro's Hist. of Chiloe [Agueros 1809]
Azara's Voyage [Azara 1809] & Quadrupeds of Paraguay [Azara 1801]
Astrolabe Voyage partie Zoolog. [Hombron and Jacquinot 1846-54]
Aviary British [Anon. [1838?]]
Abercrombie on the Intellectual powers [Abercrombie 1838]
Annals of Nat.Hist. as far as p.488 of 1839 or (Part XIII) forming end of Vol. 11 August 39 [Annals of Natural History 1838-41]
Anderson on Sheep of Russia, well read April 40 [Anderson in Pallas 1794]
Agessiz Etudes sur les Glaciers March 41 [Agassiz 1840]
Acta Nova (the whole) vol 1 to 14 skimmed vol 15 not read. [Nova Acta Academiae Scientiarum Imperialis Petropolitanae]
Amoen. Acad. looked through & 2 vols. I do not think much for me May 41. [Linnaeus ed. 1749-90]
Annales de Science excellent paper on Zoosperme. No 1: 1841. [Prévost and Dumas 1824]
Annals of Botany 2 vols 1801 to 1806 May 41 extracted [Annals of Botany]
Anderson on Sheep [Anderson in Pallas 1794]
Anderson, the Bee 2 vols nothing May 44 [The Bee]
Anderson Jour to Hebrides & Report on Fisheries — nothing May 44 [Anderson 1785]

Abercrombie, John. 1838. Inquiries concerning the intellectual powers and the investigation of truth. 8th ed. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Agassiz, Louis. 1840. Etudes sur les glaciers. Neuchâtel.
Agueros, Pedro Gonzalez de. 1809. [An account of the archipelago of Chiloe] in: Molina, Giovanni Ignacio. The geographical, natural, and civil history of Chili. Translated from the original Italian: To which are added notes from the Spanish and French versions, and two appendixes, by the English editor; the first an account of the archipelago of Chiloe, from the Descripcion historial of P.F. Pedro Gonzalez de Agueros; the second, an account of the native tribes who inhabit the southern extremity of South America, extracted chiefly from Faulkner's Description of Patagonia. London.
Anderson, James. 1785. An account of the present state of the Hebrides, and western coasts of Scotland being the substance of a report to the Lords of Treasury together with the evidence given before the Committee of Fisheries. Edinburgh.
Annals of Botany. Edited by C. König and J. Sims. London. 1805-6.
Annals of Natural History, or Magazine of Zoology, Botany, and Geology. Edited by W. Jardine, J. P. Selby, G. Johnston, W.J. Hooker, and R. Taylor. London. 1838-41. [Vols. 1-2 in Darwin Library in CUL]
Anon. [1838?]. The British aviary, and bird breeder's companion; containing copious directions for propagating the breed of canaries: also goldfinch and linnet mules. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Azara, Félix d'. 1801. Essais sur l'histoire naturelle des quadrupèdes de la province du Paraguay.2 vols. Paris. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Azara, Félix d'. 1809. Voyages dans l'Amérique méridionale, contenant la description géographique, politique et civile du Paraguay et de la rivière de La Plata. [Edited by C. A. Walckenaer and with notes on the birds of Paraguay by Georges Cuvier] 4 vols. Paris. [Darwin Library in CUL]
The Bee, or literary weekly intelligencer. Edited by J. Anderson. Edinburgh. 1791-4.
Hombron, Jacques Bernard and Jacquinot, Charles Hector. 1846—54. Zoologie. 5 vols, in Dumont d'Urville, Jules Sébastien César, Voyage au pôle sud et dans l'Océanie sur les corvettes L'Astrolabe et La Zélée, 1837—40. 23 vols. Paris. 1842—54.
Linnaeus (Carl von Linné), ed. 1749-90. Amoenitates Academicae, seu dissertationes variae physicae, medicae, botanicae antehac seorsim éditae, nunc collectae et auctae cum tabulis aenaeis. 10 vols. Stockholm and Leipzig.
Nova Acta Academiae Scientiarum Imperialis Petropolitanae. St Petersburg. 1783-1802.
Pallas, Pyotr Simon. 1794. An account of the different kinds of sheep found in the Russian dominions, and among the Tartar hordes of Asia to which is added five appendices tending to illustrate the natural and economical history of sheep and other domestic animals, by James Anderson. Edinburgh.
Prévost, Jean Louis and Dumas, Jean Baptiste André. 1824. Nouvelle théorie de la génération, Part 1: Observations relatives à l'appareil générateur des animaux mâles; histoire et description des animalcules spermatiques. Annales des Sciences Naturelles 1: 1-29, 167-86.

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Acerbi's Travels nothing Sep. 44 [Acerbi 1802]
Annals of Nat.Hist. Sep 44 [Annals of Natural History]
Anderson's recreation in Agriculture & Nat. Hist 6 vols finished Oct 44 [Anderson 1799-1803]
Agricola translated by Bradley nothing April 45 [Agricola 1721]
Alison on Instinct [Alison 1847]
Annales des Sc. Nat. Tome 1 to 30 (1st series) [Annales des Sciences Naturelles]
—— 1 to XX (2d series)
—— 3d series Bot & Zoolog to end of Tom. 19 [in elem.] [Annales des Sciences Naturelles (Botanique); Annales des Sciences Naturelles (Zoologie)]
Abhand. König Akad. Berlin. 1834 Müller on Myxine [Müller 1837]
Alder & Hancock. Mollus. Nudibranch [Alder and Hancock 1845-55]
Adams Philosoph. Treatise on Hereditary Diseases [Adams 1815]
Annales du Museum 1 to XX complete [Annales du Muséum d'Histoire Naturelle]
Adams Arthur Notes Journ. of Nat Hist [Belcher 1848]
Agessiz & Gould. Principles of Zoology [Agassiz and Gould 1848]
—— Lake Superior [Gould 1850]
Annales de Sc. Phys. de Lyon. Tom I. 1838 nothing [Annales des Sciences physiques et naturelles publiées par la Société d'Agriculture de Lyon]
Actes de la Soc. Linn Bordeaux Tom VI. & 7. 1833—35 (& Tom.16.1849) [Actes de la Société Linnéenne de Bordeaux]
Annales Nouv. du Mus.Hist.Nat. Tom.2., 3 1833/34, 4 34 [Nouvelle Annales du Muséum d'Histoire Naturelle]
Archives [du Mus.Hist.Nat.] Tom. 1—5 [Archives du Muséum d'Histoire Naturelle]

Acerbi, Joseph. 1802. Travels through Sweden, Finland and Lapland to the North Cape, in the years 1798 and 1799. London.
Actes de la Société Linnéenne de Bordeaux. Bordeaux. 1826-9, 1830-.
Adams, Joseph. 1815. A treatise on the supposed hereditary properties of diseases, containing remarks on the unfounded terrors and ill-judged cautions consequent on such erroneous opinions. 2d ed. London.
Agassiz, Louis. 1850. Lake Superior: its physical character, vegetation, and animals, compared with those of other and similar regions. Boston. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Agassiz, Louis and Gould, Augustus Addison. 1848. Principles of zoology touching upon the structure, development, distribution, and natural arrangement of the races of animals, living and extinct. Part I. Comparative physiology. Boston. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Agricola, Georg Andreas. 1721. A philosophical treatise of husbandry and gardening; being a new method of cultivating and increasing all sorts of trees, shrubs, and flowers. Revised by Richard Bradley. London.
Alder, Joshua and Hancock, Albany. 1845-55. A monograph of the British Nudibranchiate Mollusca: with figures of all the species. 7 parts London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Alison, William Pulteney. 1847. Instinct. In vol. 3, pp. 1-29, of Todd, Robert Bentley, The cyclopedia of anatomy and physiology. 5 vols. London. 1836-59.
Anderson, James. 1799-1803. Reflections in agriculture, natural-history, arts, and miscellaneous literature. 6 vols. London.
Annales des Sciences Naturelles, comprenant la Physiologie animale et végétale. Paris. 1824-33. [Abstract in DAR74: 8-54.]
Annales des Sciences Naturelles, comprenant la Physiologie animale et végétale (Zoologie). Paris. 1834-43. Second series, 1844-53. Third series, 1854-. [2d ser. vols. 15 and 16 in Darwin Library in CUL. Abstract in DAR72: 62-3.]
Annales des Sciences physiques et naturelles, d'Agriculture, et d'Industrie, publiées par la Société d'Agriculture de Lyon. Lyon. 1838-48. Second series, 1849-56.
Annales du Muséum d'Histoire Naturelle. Paris. 1802-13. [Abstract in DAR73: 40-52.]
Annals of Natural History, or Magazine of Zoology, Botany, and Geology. Edited by W. Jardine, J. P. Selby, G. Johnston, W.J. Hooker, and R. Taylor. London. 1838-41. [Vols. 1-2 in Darwin Library in CUL]
Archives du Muséum d'Histoire Naturelle. Paris. 1839 -.
Belcher, Edward. 1848. Narrative of the voyage of H.M.S. Samarang during the years 1843-46; employed surveying the islands of the Eastern Archipelago. With notes on the natural history of the islands by Arthur Adams. 2 vols. London. [Abstract in DAR205.3: 180.]
Müller, Johannes. 1837. Vergleichende Anatomie der Myxinoiden. Zweiter Theil: Über den eigenthümlichen Bau des Gehörorganes bei den Cyclostomen, mit Bemerkungen über die ungleiche Ausbilding der Sinnesorgane bei den Myxinoiden. Abhandlungen der königlichen Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin, pp. 15-48.
Nouvelle Annales du Muséum d'Histoire Naturelle. Paris. 1832-5.

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Agassiz Report sur Poiss. Foss. Angleterre. 1835 [Agassiz 1835]
Albin Nat. Histo of Birds 1734 [Albin 1731-8]
Aldrovandi Birds & Dogs, Cats, Rabbits [Aldrovandi 1599-1603]
Annals & Mag. of N. Hist. to end of 1864 [Annals and Magazine of Natural History]

Agassiz, Louis. 1835. Rapport sur les poissons fossiles découverts en Angleterre. Neuchâtel.
Albin, Eleazar. 1731-8. A natural history of birds. 3 vols. London.
Aldrovandi, Ulisse. 1599-1603. Ornithologiae. 3 vols. Bologna.
Annals and Magazine of Natural History. London. 1841-. [vols. 6-20; 2d ser. 1-16; 3d ser. 15-20 in Darwin Library in CUL. Abstract in DAR75: 33-4.]

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B
Bolingbroke Travels in Demerara [Bolingbroke 1806]
Brook's Hist of St Helena [Brooke 1808]
Beatson's St Helena [Beatson 1806]
Browne's Travels in Africa [Browne 1799]
Blumenbach's Essay on Generation Eng Tr. Mar 39. [Blumenbach 1792]
Bartram's Travels in N. America well read [Bartram 1791]
Bell on the Hand [Bell 1833]
Botelers Africa July 39. [Boteler 1835]
Brougham Lord Dissertation Feb 40 [Brougham 1839]
Blackwall's researches in Zoology Feb 40 [Blackwall 1834]
Bossu's Travels in Louisiana Feb 40 [Bossu 1771]
Boutcher & Forsyth on Forest Trees slightly skimmed April 40 [Boutcher 1775 and Forsyth 1791]
Buffon by Smellie 3rd Edit. skimmed 1791 in 9 vols Maer June 10 to Nov 14. 40 [Buffon 1791]
Bath Soc. Papers 1 to 8 vol inclusive 1st series from 1792 to 1796 well read [Letters and Papers of the Bath and West of England Society]
Bell Sir Ch. Anatomy of Expression [Bell 1806]
Buckland's Bridgwater Treatise. read half through [Buckland 1836]

Bartram, William. 1791. Travels through North and South Carolina, Georgia, east and west Florida. Philadelphia.
Beatson, A. 1806. Tracts relative to the Island of St. Helena; written during a residence of five years. London.
Bell, Charles. 1806. Essays on the anatomy of expression in painting. London. [3d ed. (1844) in Darwin Library in CUL]
Bell, Charles. 1833. The hand. Its mechanism and vital endowments as evincing design. (Bridgewater Treatise no. 4.) London. [9th ed. (1874) in Darwin Library in CUL]
Blackwall, John. 1834. Researches in zoology, illustrative of the manners and economy of animals. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Blumenbach, Johann Friedrich. 1792. An essay on generation. Translated from the German [by Alexander Crichton]. London.
Bolingbroke, Henry. 1807. A voyage to the Domerary: containing a statistical account of the settlements there, and of those on the Essequebo, the Berbice, and other contiguous rivers of Guyana. London
Bossu, Jean Bernard. 1771. Travels through that part of North America formerly called Louisiana. Translated from French, by John Reinhold Forster. Together with an abstract of the most useful and necessary articles contained in Peter Loefling's travels through Spain and Cumana in South America. 2 vols. London.
Boteler, Thomas. 1835. Narrative of a voyage of discovery to Africa and Arabia, performed in His Majesty's Ships Leven and Barracouta, from 1821 to 1826. Under the command of Capt. W. F. Owen. 2 vols. London.
Boutcher, William. 1775. A treatise on forest trees. Edinburgh.
Brooke, Thomas Henry. 1808. A history of the island of St. Helena from its discovery by the Portuguese to 1806. London. [Edition unknown]
Brougham, Henry Peter. 1839. Dissertations on subjects of science connected with natural theology. 2 vols. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Browne, William George. 1799. Travels in Africa, Egypt and Syria. London.
Buckland, William. 1836. Geology and mineralogy considered with reference to natural theology. (Bridgewater Treatise no. 6.) 2 vols. London. [Edition unknown] [Abstract in DAR71: 125-7.]
Buffon, Georges Louis Leclerc,  Comte de. 1791. Natural history, general and particular. Translated and edited by William Smellie. 3d ed. 9 vols. London.
Forsyth, William. 1791. Observations on the diseases, defects, and injuries in all kinds of fruit and forest trees. London.
Letters and Papers of the Bath and West of England Society for the Encouragement of Agriculture, Arts, Manufactures, and Commerce. Bath. 1780. New series, 1783-1816, 1829.

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Bartram's Travels well re-read [Bartram 1791]
Bruce's Travels & Appendix [Bruce 1790]
Barrows Travels well skimmed [Barrow 1801]
Brand's Dissert. [Linnaeus 1781] Trans. of Apporism on Nat. Hist [Aphonin 1781] Linnaeus on increase of habitable earth [Linnaeus 1781] Wilcke on Police of nature [Wilcke 1781] Hoffberg on Reindeer [Hoffberg 1781] Ekmark on Migration. [Ekmark 1781] Linnaeus on insects. [Linnaeus 1781] Fosskall on Flora of insects. [Forsskahl 1781] Bockner on noxious insects. [Baeckner 1781] Lyman on silkworms. [Lyman 1781] May. 41.
Bechstein Natur-geschichte Feb. 41. [Bechstein 1789-95]
Bourgouanne's Travels in Spain, with extracts from Count Peyron well skimmed [Bourgoing 1789]
Bevan's Honey Bee. May 44. [Bevan 1827]
Boutcher on forest trees. [Boutcher 1775
Bradley's husbandry 3 vols nothing Aug. 44 scarcely [Bradley 1724]
Backhouse Narrative of visit to mauritius & Cape of Good Hope very poor. Sep 44 [Backhouse 1844]

Aphonin, Matheus. 1781. On the use of natural history. In Linnaeus, ed., Select dissertations from the Amœnitates Academica. London.
Backhouse, James. 1844. A narrative of a visit to the Mauritius and South Africa. London.
Baeckner, Michael A. 1781. On noxious insects. In Linnaeus, ed., Select dissertations from the Amœnitates Academica. London.
Barrow, John. 1801. An account of travels into the interior of Southern Africa, in the years 1797 and 1798, including observations on the geology and geography, the natural history and sketches of the various tribes surrounding the Cape of Good Hope. 2 vols. London.
Bartram, William. 1791. Travels through North and South Carolina, Georgia, east and west Florida. Philadelphia.
Bechstein, Johann Matthaeus. 1789-95. Gemeinnützige Naturgeschichte Deutschlands nach allen drey Reichen. 4 vols. Leipzig. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Bevan, Edward. 1827. The honey-bee; its natural history, physiology, and management. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Bourgoing, Jean François de. 1789. Travels in Spain. To which are added, copious extracts from the essay on Spain of M. Peyron. Translated from the French. 3 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Boutcher, William. 1775. A treatise on forest trees. Edinburgh.
Bradley, Richard. 1724. A general treatise of husbandry and gardening. 3 vols. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Bruce, James. 1790. Travels to discover the source of the Nile, in the years 1768, 1769, 1770, 1771, 1772, & 1773. 5 vols. Edinburgh and London.
Ekmarck, Carl Daniel. 1781. On the migration of birds. In Linnaeus, ed., Select dissertations from the Amœnitates Academica. London.
Forsskahl, Jonas Gustav. 1781. The flora of insects. In Linnaeus, ed., Select dissertations from the Amœnitates Academica. London.
Hoffberg, Carl Fredrik. 1781. On the rhendeer. In Linnaeus, ed., Select dissertations from the Amœnitates Academicae. London.
Linnaeus (Carl von Linné), ed. 1781. Select dissertations from the Amœnitates Academica, a supplement to Mr. Stillingfleet's tracts relating to natural history. Translated by F.J. Brand. Vol. 1. London.
Lyman, Joannes. 1781. On the silk worm. In Linnaeus, ed., Select dissertations from the Amœnitates Academica. London.
Wilcke, Henricus Christianus Daniel. 1781. On the police of nature. In Linnaeus, ed., Select dissertations from the Amœnitates Academica. London.

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Badham Dr Insect Life. Dec 45 [Badham 1845]
Brown's Geschichte 2nd vol. Feb 46 [Bronn 1842-3]
Beaumont. E. Lecons Geologie. May 46 [Beaumont 1845]
Brickells Nat. Hist. of N. Carolina [Brickell 1737]
Berneaud. A. Th. de. Mem: sur le Dahlia [Thiébaut de Berneaud 1812]
Burmeister on Trilobites [Burmeister 1846]
Burgess on Blushing [Burgess 1839]
Boitard & Corbie Les Pigeons de Voliere [Boitard and Corbié 1824]
Bulletin Soc. Imp. Moscow Vols. for 1833 34, 38, — 1842. 43. 44. little [Bulletin de la Société Imperiale des Naturalistes de Moscou]
Brown R. appendix to Parry, Flinders & Tuckey [Brown 1824, 1814, 1818]
Bunbury Journal at C. of Good Hope [Bunbury 1848]
Buckland Bridgewater Treatise [Buckland 1836]
Billing Voyage to N. Sea [Sauer 1802]
Bulletin des Sc.nat. Ferussac Tom 1—4 /24—25/ [Bulletin des Sciences Naturelles et de Géologie]
Bairds Entomostraca [Baird 1850]
Brodie Sir B. Psychological essays [[Brodie] 1854]
Busk. Catalogue of Polyzoa [Busk 1852-4]
Belon. Hist. Nat. des Oiseaux [Belon 1555]

Badham, Charles David. 1845. Insect life. Edinburgh and London.
Baird, William. 1850. The natural history of the British Entomostraca. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Beaumont, Jean Baptiste Armand Louis Léonce Élie de. 1845. Leçons de géologie pratique, professées au Collège de France, pendant l'année scolaire, 1843-44. Paris. [Darwin Library in CUL. Abstract in DAR72: 62-3.]
Belon, Pierre. 1555. L'histoire de la nature des oyseaux avec leurs descriptions, et neufs portraits retirez du naturel. 7 parts Paris.
Boitard, Pierre and Corbié. 1824. Les pigeons de volière et de colombier. Paris. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Brickell, John. 1737. The natural history of North Carolina; with an account of the trade, manners, and customs of the Christian and Indian inhabitants. Dublin. [Edition unknown]
[Brodie, Benjamin Collins]. 1854. Psychological inquiries: in a series of essays. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Bronn, Heinrich Georg. 1842-3. Handbuch einer Geschichte der Natur. 2 vols. Stuttgart. [Darwin Library in CUL. Abstract in DAR91: 73.]
Brown, Robert. 1814. General remarks, geographical and systematical, on the botany of Terra Australis. Appendix 3 of Flinders, Matthew, A voyage to Terra Australis. 2 vols, and atlas. London. [Abstract in DAR205.4: 50-2.]
Brown, Robert. 1818. Observations, systematical and geographical, on Professor Christian Smith's collection of plants from the vicinity of the river Congo. Appendix 5 of Tuckey, James Kingston, Narrative of an expedition to explore the river Zaire. London. [Abstract in DAR205.4: 46-9.]
Brown, Robert. 1824. A list of plants, collected in Melville Island. Appendix XI in Parry, William Edward, A supplement to the appendix of Captain Parry's voyage for the discovery of a north-west passage, in the years 1819-20. Containing an account of the subjects of natural history. London.
Buckland, William. 1836. Geology and mineralogy considered with reference to natural theology. (Bridgewater Treatise no. 6.) 2 vols. London. [Edition unknown] [Abstract in DAR71: 125-7.]
Bulletin de la Société Impériale des Naturalistes de Moscou. Moscow. 1829-36. New series, 1837-.
Bulletin des Sciences Naturelles et de Géologie. Deuxième section du Bulletin universel des Sciences et de l'Industrie. Edited by M. Le B. de Férussac. Paris. 1824-31.
Bunbury, Charles James Fox. 1848. Journal of a residence at the Cape of Good Hope; with excursions into the interior, and notes on the natural history, and the native tribes. London.
Burmeister, Karl Hermann Konrad. 1846. The organization of the Trilobites. Translated from the German by Thomas Bell and Edward Forbes. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Burgess, Thomas Henry. 1839. The physiology or mechanism of blushing; illustrative of the influence of mental emotion on the capillary circulation. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Busk, George. 1852-4. Catalogue of marine Polyzoa in the collection of the British Museum. Edited by J. E. Gray. 2 parts London. [Darwin Library in CUL Abstract in DAR71: 85-6.]
Sauer, Martin. 1802. An account of a geographical and astronomical expedition to the northern parts of Russia, performed by Captain Joseph Billings in the years 1785 to 1794. London.
Thiébaut de Berneaud, Arsène. 1812. Mémoire sur la culture des dahlies. Paris.

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Bernhardi ueber den Begriff [Bernhardi 1834]
Bechsteins Naturgeschichte vol 1 & 2 [Bechstein 1835]

Bechstein, Johann Matthaeus. 1835. Cage birds: their natural history, management, habits, food, diseases, treatment, breeding, and the methods of catching them. With notes by the translator [James Rennie]. London.
Bernhardi, Johann Jakob. 1834. Ueber den Begriff der Pflanzenart und seine Anwendung. Erfurt. [Darwin Library in CUL]

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Colley on care of cattle. [?Culley 1786]
Coquille voyage [Duperrey 1825-30]
Congo Expedition, except Brown's App. excellent table of Canary I. plants [Tuckey 1818]
Cline on the breeding of Animals [Cline 1829]
Culley on Livestock, well read Ap. 40 [Culley 1786]
Charlevoix Canada, skimmed [Charlevoix 1744]
Clarke's Travels — skimmed 1 Vol. [Clarke 1810-23]
Comment. Nova St Petersburgh. 1775. 4. 3. 2. 1. & 1760 inclusive 1775 is last Vol. skimmed [Novi Commentarii Academiae Scientiarum Imperialis Petropolitanae]
Couteur Le. Col. on wheat. marked [Le Couteur 1836]
Crantz Hist. of Greenland. [Cranz 1767]
Cox's Columbia River. [Cox 1831]
Cully on Live Stock [Culley 1786]
Colquhoun John. The moor & Loch Dec 44 [Colquhoun 1840]
Communication to the Board of agriculture Vol. 1 very little May 45 [Communications to the Board of Agriculture]
Couch Illustrations of Instinct [Couch 1847]

Charlevoix, Pierre François Xavier de. 1744. Histoire et description générale de la Nouvelle France. 3 vols. Paris. [Edition unknown]
Clarke, Edward Daniel. 1810-23. Travels in various countries of Europe, Asia and Africa. 3 parts in 6. London. [Edition unknown]
Cline, Henry. 1829. Observations on the breeding and form of domestic animals. London.
Colquhoun, John. 1840. The moor and the loch: containing practical hints on most of the Highland sports; and notices of the habits of the different creatures of game and prey in the mountainous districts of Scotland. Edinburgh and London. [Abstract in DAR71: 164-5.]
Communications to the Board of Agriculture, on subjects relative to the husbandry and internal improvement of the country, vol. 1
Couch, Jonathan. 1847. Illustrations of instinct deduced from the habits of British animals. London.
Cox, Ross. 1831. Adventures on the Columbia River, including the narrative of a residence of six years on the western side of the Rocky Mountains, among various tribes of Indians hitherto unknown: together with a journey across the American continent. 2 vols. London.
Cranz, David. 1767. The history of Greenland: containing a description of the country, and its inhabitants. Translated from the High-Dutch. 2 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Culley, George. 1786. Observations on live stock, containing hints for choosing and improving the best breeds of the most useful kinds of domestic animals. London.
Duperrey, Louis Isidore. 1825-30. Voyage autour du monde, exécuté par ordre du Roi, sur la corvette de Sa Majesté, La Coquille, pendant les années 1822, 1823, 1824 et 1825. 7 vols. Paris. [Abstract in DAR205.3: 55-7.]
Le Couteur, John. 1836. On the varieties, properties and classification of wheat. Jersey and London. [Darwin Library in CUL; 2d ed. (1872) also in Darwin Library in CUL]
Novi Commentarii Academiae Scientiarum Imperialis Petropolitanae. St Petersburg. 1750-76.
Tuckey, James Kingston [Hingston]. 1818. Narrative of an expedition to explore the river Zaire, usually called the Congo, in South Africa, in 1816. London.

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Chambers Sanitory Reform [Anon. 1850]
Colman European Agriculture [Colman 1848]
Carpenters Comparative Physiology [Carpenter 1854]
Colin Traite de Phys. Comp. [Colin 1854-6]
Catesby Nat Hist of Carolina [Catesby 1731-43]

Anon. 1850. Sanitary economy: its principles and practice; and its moral influence on the progress of civilisation. Edinburgh: William and Robert Chambers.
Carpenter, William Benjamin. 1854. Principles of comparative physiology. 4th ed. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Catesby, Mark. 1731-43. The natural history of Carolina, Florida and the Bahamas Islands. English and French. 2 vols. London.
Colin, Gabriel Constant. 1854-6. Traité de physiologique comparée des animaux domestiques. 2 vols. Paris. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Colman, Henry. 1848. The agriculture and rural economy of France, Belgium, Holland, and Switzerland; from personal observation. London.

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D
Dobrizhoffer's Abipones [Dobrizhoffer 1822]
Darwin's R.W. Botany [[Darwin] 1787]
Davy Sir H. Consolations in Travel. Feb 39 [Davy 1830]
Darwin's Zoonomia 1st vol. [Darwin 1794-6]
Dixon Voyage. July 39 [Dixon ed. 1789]
Dampier 1st vol. July 39 [Dampier 1697]
Davy's Ceylon skimmed Feb 40 [Davy 1821]
Dubois Voyage Madagascar & Bourbon Feb. 40 [Dubois 1674]
Darwin's Phytologia, references at end Ap. 40 [Darwin 1800]
D'Auteroche Siberia, skimmed. [Chappe d'Auteroche 1770]
Dict. Class. (Art. Hybridite) references to books [Guillemin  1825]
Darwin Botanic Garden & Temple of nature (ref. at end) Feb 42. [[Darwin] 1790, Darwin 1803]
Davy Sir H. Salmonia Sep. 43. [Davy 1828]
Dieffenbach's New Zealand Nov. 43. [Dieffenbach 1843]
Doubleday on Population March 44 [Doubleday 1842]
Dict. Universelle de' Hist Nat largely marked in my copy. M. Gerard sur l'espèce extracted [Gérard 1844]

Chappe d'Auteroche. 1770. A journey into Siberia. Translated from the French. London.
Dampier, William. 1697. A new voyage round the world: Describing particularly, the isthmus of America, several coasts and islands in the West Indies, the isles of Cape Verd, the passage by Terra del Fuego, the South Sea coasts of Chili, Peru, and Mexico; the isle of Guam one of the Ladrones, Mindanao, and other Philippine and East-India islands near Cambodia, China, Formosa, Luconia, Celebes, &c. New Holland, Sumatra, Nicobar Isles; the Cape of Good Hope, and Santa Hellena. Their soil, rivers, harbours, plants, fruits, animals, and inhabitants. Their customs, religion, government, trade, &c. London. [Edition unknown]
[Darwin, Erasmus]. 1790. The botanic garden: a poem, in two parts. Part I. Containing the economy of vegetation. Part II. The loves of the plants. With philosophical notes. London. [Darwin Library in CUL] [Edition unknown]
Darwin, Erasmus. 1794-6. Zoonomia; or, the laws of organic life. 2 vols. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Darwin, Erasmus. 1800. Phytologia: or, The philosophy of agriculture and gardening, with the theory of draining morasses, and with an improved construction of the drill plough. London. [Darwin Library CUL]
Darwin, Erasmus. 1803. The Temple of Nature: or, the Origin of society: a poem, with philosophical notes. London. [Darwin Library CUL]
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Davy, Humphry. 1830. Consolations in travel; or, the last days of a philosopher. Edited by John Davy. London. [Edition unknown]
Davy, John. 1821. An account of the interior of Ceylon, and of its inhabitants. With travels in that island. London.
Dieffenbach, Ernst, trans. 1843. Travels in New Zealand; with contributions to the geography, geology, botany, and natural history of that country. 2 vols. London.
Dixon, George, ed. 1789. A voyage round the world; but more particularly to the north-west coast of America: performed in 1785, 1786, 1787, and 1788. London.
Dobrizhoffer, Martin us. 1822. An account of the Abipones, an equestrian people of Paraguay. Translated from Latin [by Sara Coleridge]. 3 vols. London.
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Dubois, Le Sieur. 1674. Les voyages faits par le Sieur Du Bois aux Isles Dauphine ou Madagascar, et Bourbon ou Mascarenne, les années 1669, 1670, 1671 et 1672. Paris.
Gérard, Frédéric. 1844. De l'espèce dans les corps organisés. Extract from Orbigny, Alcide Charles Victor Dessalines d', ed., Dictionnaire universel d'histoire naturelle, vol. 5, pp. 428-52. [Darwin Pamphlet Collection-CUL]
Guillemin, Jean Antoine. 1825. Hybridité. In vol. 8, pp. 403-7, of Bory de Saint-Vincent, Jean Baptiste Georges Marie, ed., Dictionnaire classique d'histoire naturelle. 17 vols. Paris. 1822-31.

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June 45 (marked)
Decandolle Geog. Bot. Dict des Sciences nat. [Candolle 1820]
D'Urville 2nd voyage slighly skimmed [Dumont d'Urville [1841-54]]
Dict. Universel d'Hist. Nat. articles on "Froment" Generation Spontanée Genus Zoogenie" or Geograph. Distribution [Gérard 1844-5]
Downing Fruit-trees of America. June 46 [Downing 1845]
Dixon on Poultry [Dixon 1848]
Dana's Geology. U.S. expedition [Dana 1849]
Darluc. Hist. Nat. de la France [Darluc 1782-6]
Dixon on Pigeons [Dixon 1851]
Danas Crustacea [Dana 1852-3]
Duval Hist des Pommiers, Poirier &c [Duval 1852, 1849, 1850]
Delamer Sebastian Pigeon & Rabbit [Delamer 1854]
Davy Dr — Piscator [Davy 1855]
Desmoulins sur le Distrib. Géograph. from Journal de Physique Feb. 1822 [Desmoulins 1822]

Candolle, Augustin Pyramus de. 1820. Géographie botanique. In vol. 18, pp. 259-422, of Cuvier, Frédéric Georges, ed., Dictionnaire des sciences naturelles. 61 vols. Strasbourg and Paris. 1816-45.
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Gérard, Frédéric. 1844-5. Froment; Generation spontané; Genus; Géographie zoologique. In Orbigny, Alcide Charles Victor Dessalines d', ed., Dictionnaire universel d'histoire naturelle. 13 vols. Paris. 1842-9.
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Evelyn's Sylva [Evelyn 1664]
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Edwards Dr on Influence of Causes. well skimmed. Ap 39 [Edwards 1832]
Edwards B. Hist of W. Indies well sk.[Edwards 1793-1801]
E
Encyclop. of Agriculture Sk. & abstr. Dec 42 [Loudon 1831]
Encyclop. of Rural sports Blaine D.p. abst. [Blaine 1840]
Essays Highland Prize Soc. vol. 1. nothing and vol ii 1803 edited by H. Mackenzie this seems all [Prize Essays and Transactions of the Highland Society of Scotland]
Explanations by author of Vestiges [[Chambers] 1845]
Encyclop of Med. & Surg. Alison on instinct & Thomson on Generation [Alison 1847][Thompson 1839]
Edwards Milne Crustaces. geograph. Distrib. [Milne-Edwards 1834-40]
Edwards W.F. des Characteres Races Humaines [Edwards 1829]
Erman's Siberia [Erman 1848]
Edwards Milne Introduction Zoolog. generale [Milne-Edwards 1851]

Alison, William Pulteney. 1847. Instinct. In vol. 3, pp. 1-29, of Todd, Robert Bentley, The cyclopedia of anatomy and physiology. 5 vols. London. 1836-59.
Blaine, Delabere Pritchett. 1840. An encyclopedia of rural sports; or, a complete account, historical, practical, and descriptive, of hunting, shooting, fishing, racing, and other field sports and athletic amusements of the present day. London. [Edition unknown]
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Eaton, Pigeons [Eaton 1852]

Eaton, John Matthews. 1852. A treatise on the art of breeding and managing tame, domesticated, and fancy pigeons. London. [Darwin Library in CUL; 2d ed. (1858) also in Darwin Library in CUL]

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Falkner's Patagonia. [Falkner 1774]
Fanning Voyage. July 39 [Fanning 1833]
Fable of the Bees 2nd vol extracted [[Mandeville] 1714]
Fleming's Philosophy of Zoology well read Dec 40 [Fleming 1822]
Forsyth on Forest Trees. [Forsyth 1791]
Fremonts Expedition May 46 [Fremont 1845]
Fortunes Wanderings in China [Fortune 1847]
Flourens de l'instinct &c [Flourens 1845]
Forbes E. Cystideae & Asteridae [Forbes 1848a and 1848b]
— History of British Star Fish [Forbes 1841]
Falconer on Tenasserim Forests [Falconer 1852]
Fuchsia du. (anon.) [[Porcher] 1844]
Flourens de la Long. Humaines [Flourens 1854]

Arago, Jaques Etienne Victor. 1823. Narrative of a voyage round the world, in the Uranie and Physicienne corvettes, commanded by Captain Freycinet, during the years 1817, 1818, 1819, and 1820: on a scientific expedition undertaken by order of the French government. In a series of letters to a friend, by J. Arago. To which is prefixed, the report made to the Academy of sciences, on the general results of the expedition. London.
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[Mandeville, Bernard de]. 1714. The fable of the bees; or, private vices, publick benefits. London. [Edition unknown]
[Porcher, Félix]. 1844. Du Fuchsia, son histoire et sa culture, suivies d'une monographie contenant 300 espèces ou variétés; par M. F. p****t président de la Société d'Horticulture d'Orléans. Paris. [Darwin Library in CUL]

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Gore's Mrs Manual of Roses [Gore 1838]
Godwin on Population. Dec 41. [Godwin 1820]
Gallesio Teoria del Reproduzione. Dec 41: abstracted [Gallesio 1816]
Gallesio Traite de Citrus. April 41. [Gallesio 1811]
Glöger abandern der Vögel [Glöger 1833]
Gardners Travels in Brazil. [Gardner 1846]
Girou de Buzareingues Generation [Girou de Buzareingues 1828a]
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Gould Introduction to Birds of Australia [Gould 1848]
Gerard Koonewur Travels in [Gerard 1841]
Gosses Sojourn in Jamaica [Gosse 1851]
Gould Birds of Australia [Gould 1848]
Gosse Nat. Rambles coast of Devon [Gosse 1853]
Gmelin Flora Siberica [Gmelin 1747-69]
Godron Florula Juvenalis [Godron 1853]
Gesnerus Icones Anim 1560 [Gesner 1560]

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Gosse, Philip Henry. 1851. A Naturalist's sojourn in Jamaica. London.
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Gill (John), D.D., ;1

1 John Gill, D.D., Baptist Minister, at Horsley Down.

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Hunter Capt Voyage to Port Jackson [Hunter 1793]
Helena St. Description of [probably [Duncan] 1805]
Holman's Travels [Holman 1834-5]
Heber's India [Heber 1828]
Hernandez Hist New Spain [Hernandez 1651]
Hancock's Travels in Guiana [?Hancock 1840]
Home's Hist of Man [[Home] 1774]
Hunter's Animal Economy edited by Owen read several papers all that bear on any of my subjects. [Hunter 1837]
Herschel's Introd. to Nat. Philosophy [Herschel 1831]
Herbert on Hybrid mixture. March 39 [Herbert 1837]
Heyne's tracts on India. skimmed. Feb. 40 [Heyne 1814]
Holland Dr Medical Notes, have added notes from 2nd Edit. [Holland 1839]
Henslow's Botany Feb 20 [Henslow 1837]
Hasselquist voyage to Levant skimmed [Hasselquist 1766]
Haller's Physiology, translated, skimmed [Haller 1754]

[Duncan, Francis]. 1805. A description of the Island of St. Helena: containing observations on its singular structure and formation, and an account of its climate, natural history, and inhabitants. London.
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Hancock, John. 1840. Observations on the climate, soil and productions of British Guiana, and on the advantages of emigration to, and colonizing the interior of, that country: together with incidental remarks on the diseases, their treatment and prevention: founded on a long experience within the tropics. London. [Edition unknown]
Hasselquist, Frederik. 1766. Voyages and travels in the Levant, in the years 1750-52, containing observations in natural history. London.
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Helms, Anthony Zachariah. 1806. Travels from Buenos Ayres, by Potosi, to Lima: With notes by the translator, containing topographical descriptions of the Spanish possessions in South America. London. [Edition unknown]
Henslow, John Stevens. 1837. The principles of descriptive and physiological botany. (Dionysius Lardner's Cabinet cyclopadia.) London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Herbert, William. 1837. Amaryllidacea; preceded by an attempt to arrange the Monocotyledonous orders, and followed by a treatise on cross-bred vegetables, and supplement. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Hernandez, Francisco. 1651. Historiae Animalium et mineralium Novae Hispaniæ liber unicus in sex tractatus divisus. Appendix in Nova plantarum, animalium et mineralium Mexicanorum historia. Romae. [Edition unknown]
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[Home, Henry, Lord Kames]. 1774. Sketches of the history of man. 2 vols. Edinburgh. [Edition unknown]
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Hunter,John. 1837. Observations on certain parts of the animal œconomy, with notes by Richard Owen. Vol. 4 of The works of John Hunter, F.R.S. with notes. Edited by James F. Palmer. 4 vols. London. 1835-7.

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Hearne's Travels in N. America [Hearne 1795]
Humboldt's Personal Narr. well read. Dec 40 [Humboldt 1819-29]
Henslow's Pamph. on Wheat. Feb 41 [Henslow 1841]
St Hilaire G. Essai de Zool. gen. mar 41 ref at end [Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire 1841]
Hallam Hist of Lit ref. at end [Hallam 1837-9]
Hamilton on the Dog 2nd vol. Oct 41 marked [Smith 1839-40]
Hooker. Bot.Miscell. 3 vols. well abstracted Dec 41 [Botanical Miscellany]
Harlan Med & Phys. research/ abstracted Jan 42 [Harlan 1835]
Hind's Regions of Vegetation May 43 [Hinds 1843]
Haller's Physiology. [Haller 1754]
Hogg (Ettrick Shepherd) on sheep nothing May 44 [Hogg 1807]
Hilaire St G. Anomales 3 vols Jan 45 [Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire 1832-7]
Humboldt Cosmos. Vol. 1. Oct. 45. [Humboldt 1845-8]
Hitchcocks Geology of Mass. (skimmed) [Hitchcock 1841]
Hofacker (on hereditariness) [Hofacker 1828]
Hilaire Aug. St. Leçons de Morph.Bot. [Saint-Hilaire 1841]
Hopkirk Flora anomala. June 46 [Hopkirk 1817]
Hill house Europaean Olive trees [[Hillhouse] [1818]]
Humboldt. Tableau de la Nature [Humboldt 1808]

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Harlan, Richard. 1835. Medical and physical researches; or, original memoirs in medicine, surgery, physiology, geology, zoology, and comparative anatomy. Philadelphia.
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Hooker's Antarctic Flora [Hooker 1844-7]
Heberden on increase of diseases [Heberden 1801]
Humboldt Nouvele Recherch. Distrib veg. / Acad. Sc: Mem. [Humboldt 1822]
— Kosmos. 2d vol [Humboldt 1845-8]
Hell. Hommaire de. Travels in Caucasus [Hommaire de Hell 1847]
Harvey Sea-side Book [Harvey 1849]
Hutchinson on Dog Breaking [Hutchinson 1850]
Humbolt Aspect of nature [Humboldt 1849]
Holland Chapt. on mental Physiology [Holland 1852]
Hookers Himmalaya Travels. [Hooker 1854]
Hilaire. St. Isidore Hist. nat. gen. des Regnes organ. [Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire 1854-62]
Hühner die & Pfauenzucht Anon. 1827 [Anon. 1827]
Hilaire St. vie de. [Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire 1847]
Hue's Chinese Empire [Hue 1855]

Anon. 1827. Die Hühner und Pfauenzucht. Ulm. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire, Isidore. 1847b. Vie, travaux et doctrine scientifique d'E[tienne] Geoffroy Saint Hilaire. Paris.
Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire, Isidore. 1854-62. Histoire naturelle générale des règnes organiques, principalement étudiée chez l'homme et les animaux. 3 vols. Paris. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Harvey, William Henry. 1849. The sea-side book; being an introduction to the natural history of the British coasts. New ed. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Heberden, William. 1801. Observations on the increase and decrease of different diseases and particularly of the plague. London.
Holland, Henry. 1852. Chapters on mental physiology. London. [Darwin Library in CUL; 2d ed. (1858) also in Darwin Library in CUL.]
Hommaire de Hell, Xavier. 1847. Travels in the steppes of the Caspian Sea, the Crimea, the Caucasus etc. By X. H de Hell. [Descriptive parts by Adèle Hommaire de Hell.] Translated from the French. London.
Hooker, Joseph Dalton. 1844-7. Flora Antarctica. Part 1 of The botany of the Antarctic voyage of H.M. Discovery Ships Erebus and Terror in the years 1842-1843, under the command of Captain Sir James Clark Ross. 2 vols. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Hooker, Joseph Dalton. 1854. Himalayan journals; or, notes of a naturalist in Bengal, the Sikkim and Nepal Himalayas, the Khasia Mountains. 2 vols. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Hue, Evariste Régis. 1855. The Chinese Empire: forming a sequel to the work entitled 'Recollections of a journey through Tartary and Thibet'. Translated from the French. 2 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Humboldt, Alexander von. 1822. Nouvelles recherches sur les lois que l'on observe dans la distribution des formes végétales. Edinburgh Philosophical Journal 6: 273-84; 7: 47-5.
Humboldt, Alexander von. 1845-8. Kosmos; a general survey of the physical phenomena of the universe. Translated by Augustin Prichard. 2 vols. London.
Humboldt, Alexander von. 1849. Aspects of nature, in different lands and different climates; with scientific elucidations. Translated by Elizabeth Juliana Sabine. 2 vols. London. [Abstract in DAR71: 35-6.]
Hutchinson, William Nelson. 1850. Dog breaking. The most expeditious, certain and easy method. 2d ed. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]

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I
Iroill's [=Troill] letters on Iceland. Nov 44. [Troil 1780]

Troil, Uno von. 1780. Letters on Iceland, containing observations on the civil, literary, ecclesiastical, and natural history; antiquities, volcanos, basaltes, hot springs; customs, dress, manners of the inhabitants, &c. &c. made, during a voyage undertaken in the year 1772, by Joseph Banks, assisted by Dr. Solander, Dr. J. Lind, Dr. Uno von Troil, and several other literary and ingenious gentlemen. [Translated from the Swedish.] London. [Edition unknown]

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Journal of nat & Geograph. Science [Edinburgh journal of natural and geographical science]
Journal Edinburgh new Philosoph. 12 nos have been read [Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal]
Journal Zoolog 5 vols. [Zoological Journal]
Journal whole of Geograph. [Journal of the Royal Geographical Society]
Journal Asiatic London to end of 1837 [Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society]
Journal of Asiatic Soc. of Bengal, from vol i to Oct 38 not much: scarcely worth looking at other nos July 39 [Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal]
Journal Asiatic 1st Pt or Gleanings of science [Gleanings in Science]
vol. 1 — to 6 of n. series.
Journal Silliman's all from 1 to vol 36 end of 1st series except vol 26, 36, & 37 — & 39 [American Journal of Science and Arts]
Jardinier Bon 1829. skimmed [Le Bon Jardinier]
Journal Charlesworth ref. at end. Jan 41. [Magazine of Natural History, and Journal of Zoology, Botany, Mineralogy, Geology and Meteorology]
Journal de Phys (Royier Ed.) Vol 24 1784 to vol 27 Ap 41. [Observations sur la Physique]
Journal Veterinary (1828) vol 1 to end of v 14 [Veterinarian]

American Journal of Science and Arts. Edited by Benjamin Silliman. New Haven, Conn. 1818-45. Second series, 1846-. [Vols. 38 and 45 in Darwin Library in CUL. Abstract in DAR74: 116-36; 205.9(2): 87-100.]
Edinburgh journal of natural and geographical science,
1829.
Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, exhibiting a view of the progressive improvements, &c. in the sciences, &c.
Edited by R. Jameson. Edinburgh. 1826-54. New series, 1855 - [Vols. 24-43 in Darwin Library in CUL]
Gleanings in Science
. London. 1829-31.
Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal. Calcutta and London. 1832-. [Abstract in DAR74: 175-6.]
Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society. London. 1834-.
Journal of the Royal Geographical Society of London. London. 1832-. [Vols. 1-15, 17-24 in Darwin Library in CUL]
Le Bon Jardinier. Almanack pour l'année. Edited by Loiseleur Deslongchamps, Vilmorin, etc. Paris. 1810-38. New series, 1842-. [Vol. for 1827 in Darwin Library in CUL]
Magazine of Natural History, and Journal of Zoology, Botany, Mineralogy, Geology, and Meteorology. London. Edited by J. C. Loudon. 1829-36. Second series, edited by E. Charlesworth, 1837-40. [Vols. 1-9; 2d ser. 1-4 in Darwin Library in CUL]
Observations sur la Physique. Edited by F. Rozier. Paris. 1773-93.
Veterinarian; or, monthly journal of veterinary science. Edited by Mr Percivall. London. 1828-.
Zoological Journal. Edited by Thomas Bell. London. 1825-34.

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Journal Dublin Geological vol 1 abst. Sep 42 [Journal of the Geological Society of Dublin]
Jenyns L. notes to White's Selborne ref. at end [Jenyns 1843]
Journal of a naturalist extr. Oct 43 [[Knapp] 1838]
Johnson's Field Sports of India nothing Aug. 44 [Johnson 1822]
Jesse's Gleanings 3d series full of ill—attested stories Dec 44 [Jesse 1838]
Journal Tasmanian (vol 1 p. 79 to 159 & p 241 to 319 to end) (vol ii p 1 to 159 p. 240) Dec 44 [Tasmanian Journal]
Journal London of Botany vol ii p 1 to 55 (& p 113 to 168 bought) & p 341 to 396 nothing (& p 397 to 452 bought) [London Journal of Botany]
Journal Silliman's to end of year 1851 [American Journal of Science and Arts]
Journal Boston of Nat. Hist. Vol IV & V. p. 377 to end May 45 & Vol I, II, III & rest of IV pg 47. — [Boston Journal of Natural History]
Journal R. Agricult. Soc. Eng. Vol I to 8 [Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society of England]
— Philosoph Soc. of Philadelphia to 1846 (?) [Journal of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia]
Jukes Voyages [Jukes 1847]
Johnston's Physical Atlas [Johnston 1848]

American Journal of Science and Arts. Edited by Benjamin Silliman. New Haven, Conn. 1818-45. Second series, 1846-. [Vols. 38 and 45 in Darwin Library in CUL. Abstract in DAR74: 116-36; 205.9(2): 87-100.]
Boston Journal of Natural History
. Boston. 1834-. [Abstract in DAR74: 161-8.]
Jenyns, Leonard, ed. 1843. The natural history of Selbourne by the late Rev. Gilbert White, M.A. A new edition, with notes. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Jesse, Edward. 1838. Gleanings in natural history. New ed. 2 vols. London.
Johnson, Daniel. 1822. Sketches of field sports as followed by the natives of India. With observations on the animals. London. [Edition unknown]
Johnston, Alexander Keith. 1848. The physical atlas, a series of maps & and notes illustrating the geographical distribution of natural phenomena. Edinburgh.
Journal of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia. Philadelphia. 1817-39. New series, 1847-.
Journal of the Geological Society of Dublin. Dublin. 1838-.
Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society of England. London. 1840-. [Abstract in DAR74: 152-7]
Jukes, Joseph Beete. 1847. Narrative of the surveying voyage of H.M.S. Fly  in the Torres Strait, New Guinea, and other islands of the Eastern Archipelago, 1842-1846, together with an excursion into the interior of the eastern part of Java. 2 vols. London. [Abstract in DAR205.3: 138.]
[Knapp, John Leonard]. 1838. The journal of a naturalist. 4th ed. London.
London Journal of Botany. Edited by W. J. Hooker. London. 1842-8. [Abstract in DAR73: 60.]
Tasmanian Journal of Natural Science, Agriculture, Statistics, &c. Tasmania. 1842-9.

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Jacinthes Des. leur Culture [[Saint-Simon] 1768]
Jussieu Cours Elementaire Botanique [Jussieu 1842]
Jessie's Gleanings in Nat.Hist. [Jesse 1838]
Journal Calcutta of Nat.Hist. Vol. 3 & IV [Calcutta Journal of Natural History]
— Madras of Lit. & Science Vol IV. 1836 to vol XII. 1840 [Madras Journal of Literature and Science]
Journal of Asi Soc of Bengal. vols 1. 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 not much except Blyth. — [Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal]
Journal Hort.Soc. of London. vol I to 7., 8 & 9 [Journal of the Horticultural Society of London]
Journal Microscop. No I-IV-8 [Microscopic Journal and Structural Record]
Journal of E Indian Arch. Vol 1-5 [Journal of the Indian Archipelago and Eastern Asia]
Journal, Madras of Lit. & Science vol 4. 1836 - 12 1840 [Madras Journal]
Johnston Nat. Hist. of E. Borders [Johnston 1853]
Journal London of Bot. (Hooker) 2d Ser. vol 3 & 6. [Journal of Botany (Hooker)]

Calcutta Journal of Natural History. Calcutta. 1841-8.
Jesse, Edward. 1832-5. Gleanings in natural history. 3 series. London.
Johnston, George. 1853. Terra Lindisfarnensis: the natural history of the Eastern Borders, Vol. I: The botany. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Journal of Botany. Edited by W.J. Hooker. London. 1834-42.
Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal. Calcutta and London. 1832-. [Abstract in DAR74: 175-6.]
Journal of the Horticultural Society of London. London. 1846-55. [Vols. 2 and 5 in Darwin Library in CUL. Abstract in DAR74: 137-51.]
Journal of the Indian Archipelago and Eastern Asia. Singapore. 1847-55 [Abstract in DAR73: 152.]
Jussieu, Adrien de. 1842. Botanique. In Jussieu, Adrien de, Milne-Edwards, Henri, and Beudant, F. S., eds., Cours élémentaire d'histoire naturelle à l'usage des collèges et des maisons d'éducation, rédigé conformément au programme de l'université du 14 Septembre 1840. 3 vols. Paris. 1841-8.
Madras Journal of Literature and Science; published under the auspices of the Madras Literary Society and Auxiliary Royal Asiatic Society. Edited by J. C. Morris. Madras. 1833-51. Second series, 1857-. [Abstract in DAR74: 177.]
Microscopic Journal and Structural Record. Edited by D. Cooper. London. 1841-2.
[Saint-Simon, Maximilien Henri, Marquess de]. 1768. Des Jacintes, de leur anatomie, reproduction, et culture. Amsterdam. [Abstract in DAR71: 31-4.]

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K
Kirby's Bridgewater Treatise [Kirby 1835]
Kotzebue's 2 voyages. [Kotzebue 1821 and 1830]
King & FitzRoy's Voyages June 39 [King 1839 and FitzRoy 1839]
Koff M.S. voyage of to the Molucca Sea July 39 [Kolff 1840]
Köhlreuter N.Com.Acad. St Petersburgh. on Lychnis 1775 [Kölreuter 1775] Journ. de Phy tom 21 1782. & 23 1783 on Lobelia's & Digitalis. [Kölreuter 1782a and 1783] These latter & the Lycia in Acts Acad. St Petersburgh 1777 to 82 also Datura, Verbasca, Malvacca (which is all) [Kölreuter 1777b, 1777a, 1778a, 1778b, 1781b, 1781a, 1782b] including Pallas on variation,[Pallas 1780] on ass, [Pallas 1777b]on horse-tail Taurus) [Pallas 1777a]
Kalm's Travels 3 vol abst. Jan 42 43 [Kalm 1770-1]
Kirby & Spence Ent. (ref at end) [Kirby and Spence 1815-26]
Knight J.A. Treatise on the culture of the apple & Pear May 41. [Knight 1797]
Knox ornitholog. Rambles July 1852 [Knox 1849]
Knox Great artist & anatomist [Knox 1852]
Kirchoff Das Ganze Landwirtschaft [Kirchhof 1835]
Knox Races of man [Knox 1850]

FitzRoy, Robert. 1839. Narrative of the surveying voyages of His Majesty's Ships 'Adventure' and'Beagle' between the years 1826 and 1836. Edited by Robert FitzRoy. 3 vols, and appendix. (Vol. 2 and appendix: Proceedings of the second expedition, 1831-6, under the command of Captain Robert Fitz-Roy.) London.
Kalm, Pehr. 1770-1. Travels into North America; containing its natural history, and a circumstantial account of its plantations and agriculture in general. Translated by J. R. Forster. 3 vols. Warrington.
King, Phillip Parker. 1839. Narrative of the surveying voyages of His Majesty's Ships 'Adventure' and 'Beagle' between the years 1826 and 1836. Edited by Robert FitzRoy. 3 vols, and appendix. (Vol. 1: Proceedings of the first expedition, 1826-30, under the command of Captain P. Parker King.) London.
Kirby, William. 1835. On the power wisdom and goodness of God as manifested in the creation of animals and in their history habits and instincts. (Bridgewater Treatise no. 7.) London. [Edition unknown]
Kirby, William and Spence, William. 1815-26. An introduction to entomology; or, elements of the natural history of insects. 4 vols. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Kirchhof, Friedrich. 1835. Das Ganze der Landwirtschaft. No. 13: Die Schweine- und Geflügelzucht. Leipzig. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Knight, Thomas Andrew. 1797. A treatise on the culture of the apple and pear, and on the manufacture of cider and perry. Ludlow. [Edition unknown]
Knox, A. E. 1849. Ornithological rambles in Sussex; with a systematic catalogue of the birds of that county, and remarks on their local distributions. London. [Edition unknown]
Knox, Robert. 1850. The races of men: a fragment. London [Abstract in DAR71: 62-5.]
Knox, Robert. 1852. Great artists and great anatomists; a biographical and philosophical study. London. [Abstract in DAR71: 60-1.]
Kolff, Dirk Hendrick. 1840. Voyages of the Dutch brig of war Dourga, through the southern and little-known parts of the Moluccan Archipelago, and along the previously unknown southern coast of New Guinea, performed during the years 1825 & 1826. Translated from the Dutch by E. W. Earl. London.
Kölreuter, Joseph Gottlieb. 1775. Lychni-Cucubalus: novum plantae hybridae genus. Novi Commentarii Academiae Scientiarum Imperialis Petropolitanae 20: 431-48.
Kölreuter, Joseph Gottlieb. 1777a. Digitales hybridae. Acta Academiae Scientiarum Imperialis Petropolitanae Pt 1, pp. 215-33.
Kölreuter, Joseph Gottlieb. 1777b. Lobeliae hybridae. Acta Academiae Scientiarum Imperialis Petropolitanae Pt 2, pp. 185-92.
Kölreuter, Joseph Gottlieb. 1778a. Lycia hybrida. Acta Academiae Scientiarum Imperialis Petropolitanae Pt 1, pp. 219-24. [Abstract in DAR116 58-60.]
Kölreuter, Joseph Gottlieb. 1778b. Digitales aliae hybridae (a). Acta Academiae Scientiarum Imperialis Petropolitanae Pt 2, pp. 261-74.
Kölreuter, Joseph Gottlieb. 1781a. Verbasca nova hybrida. Acta Academiae Scientiarum Imperialis Petropolitanae Pt 1, pp. 249-70. [Abstract in DAR116 61-64.]
Kölreuter, Joseph Gottlieb. 1781b. Daturae novae hybridae. Acta Academiae Scientiarum Imperialis Petropolitanae Pt 2, pp. 303-13. [Abstract in DAR116 65-67.]
Kölreuter, Joseph Gottlieb. 1782a. Digitales hybrides. Journal de Physique, de Chimie et d'Histoire Naturelle 21: 285-306. [Abstract in DAR116 48-55.]
Kölreuter, Joseph Gottlieb. 1782b. Malvacei ordinis: plantae novae hybridae. Acta Academiae Scientiarum Imperialis Petropolitanae Pt 2, pp. 251-88. [Abstract in DAR116 68-73.]
Kölreuter, Joseph Gottlieb. 1783. Lobélies hybrides. Journal de Physique, de Chimie et d'Histoire Naturelle 23: 100-5. [Abstract in DAR116 56-57.]
Kotzebue, Otto von. 1821. Entdeckungs-Reise in die Süd-See und nach der Berings-Strasse zur Erforschung einer nordöstlichen Durchfahrt, unternommen in den Jahren 1815, 1816, 1817 und 1818. 3 vols. Weimar.
Kotzebue, Otto von. 1830. Neue Reise um die Welt, in den Jahren 1823-1826. 2 vols. Weimar.
Pallas, Pyotr Simon. 1777a. Description du Bufle à queue de cheval, précédée d'observations générales sur les espèces sauvages du gros bétail. Acta Academiae Scientiarum Imperialis Petropolitanae Pt 2: 232-57.
Pallas, Pyotr Simon. 1777b. Observations sur l'asne dans son état sauvage ou sur le véritable onagre des anciens. Acta Academiae Scientiarum Imperialis Petropolitanae Pt 2: 258-77.
Pallas, Pyotr Simon. 1780. Mémoire sur la variation des animaux. Acta Academiae Scientiarum Imperialis Petropolitanae, pp. 69-102. [Abstract in DAR196.5 1-5.]

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Klein Stemmata avium 1759 [Klein 1759]
Kleiner Animaux 1734 [Kleiner 1734]

Klein, Jacob Theodor. 1759. Stemmata avium quadraginta tabulis aeneis ornata, accedunt nomenclatures; Polono-Latinus et Latino-Polonus. Geschlechtstafeln der Vögel. [Edited by J. D. Titius.] Leipzig.
Kleiner, Salomon. 1734. Representation des animaux de la menageries de S. A. S. Monseigneur le Prince Eugene François de Savoye, avec plusieurs plantes étrangères du dit jardin. Augsbourg.

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L
Luccochi's notes on Rio Janeiro [Luccock 1820]
Laing, Polynesian Nations. [Lang 1834a]
Lang's Dr Australia [Lang 1834b]
Lister's Husbandry. [Lisle 1757]
Lisianky's Voyage round world 1803—6 [Lisyansky 1814]
Lyell's Book III 5 Edition; there are many marginal notes [Lyell 1837]
Lutke's Voyage [Lütke 1835-6]
Lamarck 2d Vol Philos. Zoology. [Lamarck 1809]
Loeffling's Travels in Louisiana Feb 40. [Bossu 1771]
Lewis & Clark, skimmed half way through April 40 [Lewis and Clark 1814]
Lyell's Principles 3 Vol 6 Edit references at end March 41. [Lyell 1840]
Linnaeus Philosophia Botanica (ref at end) [Linnaeus 1751]
Lindley's Theory of Hort, abstracted Oct. 41 [Lindley 1840]
Liebig's Agriculture. marked. Nov 41. [Liebig 1840]
Lyell's Elements 2nd Edit abstracted Dec 41. [Lyell 1841]
Lamarck 1.st Vol Animaux sans vertebrae (ref at end) August 42. [Lamarck 1815-22]

Bossu, Jean Bernard. 1771. Travels through that part of North America formerly called Louisiana. Translated from French, by John Reinhold Forster. Together with an abstract of the most useful and necessary articles contained in Peter Loefling's travels through Spain and Cumana in South America. 2 vols. London.
Lamarck, Jean Baptiste Pierre Antoine de Monet de. 1809. Philosophie zoologique; ou, exposition des considérations relatives à l'histoire naturelle des animaux. 2 vols. Paris. [2d éd. (1830) in Darwin Library in CUL]
Lamarck, Jean Baptiste Pierre Antoine de Monet de. 1815-22. Histoire naturelle des animaux sans vertèbres. 7 vols. Paris. [Darwin Library in CUL; 2d ed. (1835-45) also in Darwin Library in CUL]
Lang, John Dunmore. 1834a. Origin and migrations of the Polynesian nation London. [Edition unknown]
Lang, John Dunmore. 1834b. An historical and statistical account of New South Wales. 2 vols. London. [Edition unknown]
Lewis, Meriwether and Clark, William. 1814. Travels to the source of the Missouri River and across the American continent to the Pacific Ocean, performed by order of the government of the United States in the years 1804,1805, and 1806. London. [Edition unknown]
Liebig, Justus von. 1840. Organic chemistry in its applications to agriculture and physiology. Edited by Lyon Playfair. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Lindley, John. 1840. The theory of horticulture; or, an attempt to explain the principal operations of gardening upon physiological principles. London.
Linnaeus (Carl von Linné). 1751. Philosophia botanica. Stockholm. [2d ed. (1783) in Darwin Library in CUL]
Lisle, Edward. 1757. Observations in husbandry. [Edited by Thomas Lisle.] London. [2d ed. (1757) in Darwin Library in CUL]
Lisyansky, Yury Fedorovich. 1814. A voyage round the world, in the years 1803, 1804, 1805, & 1806, performed by order of his Majesty Alexander the First in the ship Neva. London.
Luccock, John. 1820. Notes on Rio de Janeiro, and the southern parts of Brazil: taken during a residence of ten years in that country, from 1808 to 1818. London.
Lütke, Frydor P. 1835-36. Voyage autour du monde, par ordre de Sa Majeste l'empereur Nicolas Ier, sur la corvette Le Seniavine pendant les annees 1826, 1827, 1828, 1829 [translated by F. Boyé]. 3 vols. Paris.
Lyell, Charles. 1837. Principles of geology: being an inquiry how far the former changes of the earth's surface are referable to causes now in operation. 5th ed. 4 vols. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Lyell, Charles. 1840. Principles of geology: or, the modern changes of the earth and its inhabitants, considered as illustrative of geology. 6th ed. 3 vols. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Lyell, Charles. 1841. Elements of geology. 2d ed. 2 vols. London. [Abstract in DAR205.9(2): 126-31.]

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Lessep's Travels Kamschatka April 44. nothing skimmed [Lesseps 1790]
Lewis & Clarke Travels [Lewis and Clark 1814]
Landt Revd G. Description of Ferroe [Landt 1810]
Linnaeus Reflections on study of nature translated. nothing. Oct 44 [Linnaeus 1785]
Lloyd Field Sports of N. of Europe abst Oct 44 [Lloyd 1830]
Lyell's Travels in N. America Aug 45. [Lyell 1845]
Low's Domesticated Animals Jan 44 [Low 1845]
Linnaeus Tour in Lapland Feb 44 [Linnaeus 1811]
Lawrence Lectures on Man [Lawrence 1819]
Leroy Lettre Philosoph. intelligence des Animaux [Leroy 1802]
Loudons Arboretum et Fruticetum [Loudon 1838]
Lyell Sir C. Second Tour [Lyell 1849]
— Manual of Geology [Lyell 1851]
Lloyd & Gerard Travels in Himmalaya [Lloyd 1840]
Lows Fauna Orcadensis [Low 1813]
Lawrence on the Horse [Lawrence 1829]
Lecoq sur les Hybrides [Lecoq 1853]
Lloyd Scandinavian adventures [Lloyd 1854]
Lepsius Auswahl des wichtigsten Urkunden des Aegypt. — 1842. — [Lepsius 1842]

Landt, Jörgen. 1810. A description of the Feroe Islands, containing an account of their situation, climate, and productions, together with the manners and customs of the inhabitants, their trade. Translated from the Danish. London.
Lawrence, John. 1829. The horse in all his varieties and uses; his breeding and management. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Lawrence, William. 1819. Lectures on physiology, zoology, and the natural history of man. London. [2d ed. (1822) in Darwin Library in CUL]
Lecoq, Henri. 1853. Recherches sur les variétés et les hybrides des Mirabilis Jalapa et M. longiflora. Revue Horticole 4th ser. 2: 163-71, 183-5, 207-15.
Lepsius, Karl Richard. 1842. Auswahl der wichtigsten Urkunden des ägyptischen Alterthums, theils zum erstenmale, theils nach den Denkmalern berichtigt. Leipzig.
Leroy, Charles Georges. 1802. Lettres philosophiques sur l'intelligence et la perfectibilité des animaux, avec quelques lettres sur l'homme. Paris.
Lesseps, Jean Battiste Barthélémy de. 1790. Travels in Kamtschatka during the years 1787 and 1788. Translated from the French. 2 vols. London.
Lewis, Meriwether and Clark, William. 1814. Travels to the source of the Missouri River and across the American continent to the Pacific Ocean, performed by order of the government of the United States in the years 1804,1805, and 1806. London. [Edition unknown]
Lloyd, Llewellyn. 1830. Field sports in the north of Europe; comprised in a personal narrative of a residence in Sweden and Norway, in the years 1827-28. 2 vols. London. [Abstract in DAR71: 80-1.]
Lloyd, Llewellyn. 1854. Scandinavian adventures, during a residence of upwards of twenty years with some account of the northern fauna. 2 vols. London. [Abstract in DAR71: 74-9.]
Linnaeus (Carl von Linné). 1785. Reflections on the study of nature. Translated from the Latin. London. [Edition unknown]
Linnaeus (Carl von Linné). 1811. Lachesis Lapponica; or, a tour in Lapland, now first published from the original manuscript journal of the celebrated Linnaus; by J. E. Smith. 2 vols. London. [Abstract in DAR71: 68-9.]
Lloyd, William. 1840. Narrative of a journey from Caunpoor to the Boorendo Pass in the Himalaya Mountains, via Gwalior, Agra, Delhi and Sirhind. By Major Sir W. Lloyd. And Captain A. Gerard's account of an attempt to penetrate by Bekhur to Garoo and the Lake Manasarowara: with a letter from J. G. Gerard, Esq. detailing a visit to the Shatool and Boorendo Passes. Edited by George Lloyd. 2 vols. London.
Loudon, John Claudius. 1838. Arboretum et fructicetum britannicum; or the trees and shrubs of Britain, native and foreign, delineated and described. 8 vols. London. [Abstract in DAR71: 89-94.]
Low, David. 1845. On the domesticated animals of the British Islands: comprehending the natural and economical history of species and varieties; the description of external form, and observations on the principles and practice of breeding. Edinburgh and London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Low, George. 1813. Fauna Orcadensis; or, the natural history of the quadrupeds, birds, reptiles and fishes of Orkney and Shetland from a manuscript in the possession of W. E. Leach. Edinburgh.
Lyell, Charles. 1845. Travels in North America; with geological observations on the United States, Canada, and Nova Scotia. 2 vols. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Lyell, Charles. 1849. A second visit to the United States of North America. 2 vols. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Lyell, Charles. 1851. A manual of elementary geology; or, the ancient changes of the earth and its inhabitants as illustrated by geological monuments. 3d ed. London. [Darwin Library in CUL. Abstract in DAR72: 80.]

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M
Mackenzie's Iceland [Mackenzie 1811]
Molina's Chile [Molina 1788-95]
Macleay's letter to Dr Fleming [Macleay 1830]
Rev. of Do in Quarterly [[Fleming] 1829]
Memoirs Scientific pub. by Taylor [Scientific Memoirs]
Magazine of Zoology & Botany [Magazine of Zoology & Botany]
Macleay's Hora Entomologica [Macleay 1819-21]
Mitchell's Australia [Mitchell 1838]
Malthus on Population [Malthus 1826]
Mayo Pathology of Human Mind [Mayo 1838]
Marion Voyage July 39 [Crozet 1783]
Murchison's Silurian System Nov 39 [Murchison  1839]
Magazine Nautical to end of 1838 Dec 39 [Nautical Magazine]
Muller's Physiology Jan. 40 [Müller 1837-42]
Maclaren's Geology of Fife (ref. at end. Mar 40 [Maclaren 1839]
Mulgrave Lord Voyage skimmed Mar 40 [Phipps 1774]
Mackenzie's travels Mar 40 [Mackenzie 1811]
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[Fleming, John]. 1829. On systems and methods in natural history, by J. E. Bicheno, Esq. Quarterly Review 41: 302-27.
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Moorcroft & Trebeck travels in Himmalaya [Moorcroft and Trebeck 1841]
Marshall, minutes of Agriculture [Marshall 1778]
Marshall abstract of Reports on the Agriculture of Northern Countries (ref at end June 41 [Marshall 1818]
Michaux F's travels in W. America; son of the Botanist; trans. very poor Feb 41[Michaux 1805]
Mag. Gardeners 7th to 8 vols Mar 41 [Gardener's Magazine]
Miller's old Red sandstone abst June 42 [Miller 1841]
Murray Domestic Poultry & pigeons June 43 [?Moubray 1834]
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Marshall Rural Economy of Yorkshire 2 vols; all his works must be read. May 44 [Marshall 1788]
Meyen's reisen in Chile skimmed 44 [Meyen 1834-5]
Martin on the Dog May 45 [Martin 1845a]
Martin on the Horse Nov 45 [Martin 1845b]
Metzger Getreidarten Feb 46 [Metzger 1841]
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Gardener's Magazine and Register of Rural & Domestic Improvement. Edited by J. C. Loudon. London. 1826-44.
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Metzger Kultiverten Kohlarten (1 series) [Metzger 1833]
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Marquis. A. Fragmens de Phil.Botan. [Marquis 1810]
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Müllers Physiology Supplement [Baly and Kirkes 1848]
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Macquart Facultés intérieurs des animaux [Macquart 1850]
Meyer Naturgeschichte der Hausthiere [Meyer 1792]
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— Lectures on Fish [Owen 1846]
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Owen on Limbs & Parthogenesis [Owen 1849a and 1849b]
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Pallas Travels (wretched) May 41 [Pallas 1802-3]
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Swainson Geograph. Distribution of Animals [Swainson  1835]
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Sonnerat's Voyage aux Indes Orientales skimmed Feb 40. [Sonnerat 1782]
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Spallanzani Essays on Generation April 40 [?Spallanzani 1803]
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Sprengel endeckte geheimniss marked Nov 41. [Sprengel 1793]
Smellie's Phil. of Nat.Hist. (one vol). [Smellie 1790-9]
Smith Hamilton Col on horses Nov 41. [Smith 1841]
Smith Moral sentiment skimmed parts 43 [Smith 1759]
Sturm on Variations (German) Mar 43 [Sturm 1825]
Swinbourne's Spain well skim. Ap 44. [Swinburne 1779]
Smith Varieties of Human Race. [Smith 1788]
Staunton's China. [Staunton 1797]
Somerville Lord Facts on sheep & husbandry May 44 [Somerville 1803]
Spallanzani's Travels in Sicily very poor June 44 [Spallanzani 1798]
Scrope's deer stalking abst. Oct 44 [Scrope 1838]
Scrope's salmon fishing in Tweed abst 44 [Scrope 1843]
Strzelecki's Australia May 45 [Strzelecki 1845]
Steenstrup alternate generations. Ap. 1843 [Steenstrup 1845]
Sageret mem. sur les Cucurbitaceae [Sageret 1826]
— Pomologie physiologique [Sageret 1830]
St. John Highlands [Saint John 1846]
Spratt & Forbes Travels in Lycia [Spratt and Forbes 1847]
Seringe Flore des Jardins [Seringe 1845-7]

Sageret, Augustin. 1826. Mémoire sur les Cucurbitacées, principalement sur le melon, avec des considérations sur la production des hybrides, des variétés etc. Paris. [Darwin Library in CUL]
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Scrope, William. 1843. Days and nights of salmon fishing in the Tweed, with a short account of the natural history and habits of the salmon. London.
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Sedgwicks Discourses on Studies &c [Sedgwick 1850]
Steenstrup on Hermaphroditism [Steenstrup 1846]
Smith Andrew on S. African Zoology [Smith 1838-49]
Schouw Bot. Geograph. Bohm Library [Schouw 1852]
Seemans Narrative of voyage of H.M.S. Herald [Seeman 1853]
Schleidens The Plant, a Biography [Schleiden 1848]
Stansbury. Survey of the Grt Salt Lake [Stansbury 1852]
Sloane Nat. Hist. of Jamaica [Sloane 1707-25]

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(Trans: Zoolog: up to parts published March 1838 [Transactions of the Zoological Society of London]
Trans. of Entomological Soc — Vol 1 & 1st No of Vol 2. (read remainder when out) [Transactions of the Entomological Society of London]
Trans. of Royal Irish Academy Oct 31[Transactions of the Royal Irish Academy]
Trans. Horticultural from Vol I to Vol vii, part iii or page 433. August 39. N.B. I think the three first Vols of Horticul. Trans possibly might be reread with advantage [Transactions of the Horticultural Society]
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Trans. Linnean to end of Vol 19. & Part 1 of vol 19 May 1843. [Transactions of the Linnean Society of London]

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Transactions of the Royal Irish Academy. Dublin. 1787-.
Transactions of the Zoological Society of London. London. 1835-.

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Troills Letters on Iceland [Troil 1780]
Tandon Moquin Teratologie May. 46 [Moquin-Tandon 1841]
Tschudi's Travels in Peru [Tschudi 1847]
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Temminck Hist. Nat. des Pig. et Gall. [Temminck 1813-15]
Trans. & Proceedings of Agricult. & Hort. Soc. India. Serampore 1829 (all) [Transactions of the Agricultural and Horticultural Society of India]
Trans. American Phil. Soc. Philadelphia 1 & 2 [Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, held at Philadelphia]
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Transact. Entomolog. Soc o — vol 2. Part 4 N.Series /53/ [Transactions of the Entomological Society of London]
Thompsons Travels in the Himmalaya [Thomson 1852]
Tournefort Travels in Levant [Tournefort 1718]
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Memoirs of the Wernerian Natural History Society. Edinburgh. 1808-38. [Abstract in DAR73: 149-51.]
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Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, held at Philadelphia, for promoting useful knowledge. Philadelphia. 1771-1809. New series, 1818-.
Transactions of the Entomological Society of London. London. 1836-49. New series, 1850-. [Vols. 2-5, n.s. 1-5 in Darwin Library in CUL. Abstract in DAR75: 155.]
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Vernon E. Sketch of Madeira [Harcourt 1851]
Volz Beiträge zur Kultur geschichte [Volz 1852]
Veith Naturgeschichte Haus-Saugthiere [Veith 1856]

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Walker on Intermarriage June 39. [Walker 1838]
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White's Regular Gradation of Man May 44 [White 1799]
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Wilke's Voyage round Scotland. poor [Wilkes 1845]
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Webb & Berthelot. geograph. Bot. of Canary Islands (my notes with Hooker's Copy.) Jan 46. [Webb and Berthelot 1836-50]
Wagner's Anatomy by Tulk [Wagner 1845]
Watson's Cybele Britannica [Watson 1847-59]
Whites Selbourne by Bennett & Herbert [Bennett ed. 1837]
Wallace Travels in Amazon [Wallace 1853]
Whewell Plurality of Worlds [[Whewell] 1853]
Westwoods Modern Class. of Insects [Westwood 1839-40]
Wollaston Insecta Maderiensis [Wollaston 1854]
Weber der Taubenfreund [Weber 1850]
Walther Rindvieh [Walther 1817a]
— der Hund [Walther 1817b]
Willugby. Ornithology by Ray. [Willughby 1678]

Bennett, Edward Turner, ed. 1837. The natural history and antiquities of Selborne. [By Gilbert White.] A new edition with notes by Edward Turner Bennett. London. [Abstract in DAR71: 29-30.]
Wagner, Rudolph. 1845. Elements of the comparative anatomy of the vertebrate animals. Edited from the German by A. Tulk. London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
Wallace, Alfred Russel. 1853. A narrative of travels on the Amazon and Rio Negro, with an account of the native tribes, and observations on the climate, geology, and natural history of the Amazon valley. London. [Abstract in DAR205.3: 156-7.]
Walther, Friedrich Ludwig. 1817a. Das Rindvieh, seine verschiedenen Rassen, Zuchten und Spielarten, Geschichte seiner Verbreitung, seine Erziehung, Benutzung, Krankheiten, Fehler und Feinde. Giessen. [Darwin Library in CUL]
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Waterton, Charles. 1825. Wanderings in South America. London. [Edition unknown]
Watson, Hewett Cottrell. 1847-59. Cybele Britannica; or British plants, and their geographical relations. 4 vols. London. [Darwin Library in CUL. Abstract in DAR71: 112-15.]
Webb, Philip Barker and Berthelot, Sabin. 1836-50. Histoire naturelle des Iles Canaries. 3 vols. (9 pts) and atlas. Paris. [Abstract in DAR 196.4; 205.4: 43-4.]
Weber, E. A. 1850. Der Taubenfreund: oder gründlicher Unterricht in der Taubenzucht. 2d ed. Quedlinburg and Leipzig. [Darwin Library in CUL]
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Youatt cattle Library of Useful Knowledge March 40 [Youatt 1834]
Youatt on Sheep. Oct 41. marked [Youatt 1837]
Young A. Six months Tour in France, nothing. April 44 [Young 1792]

Youatt, William. 1831. The horse; with a treatise on draught. (Library of Useful Knowledge.) London. [Edition unknown]
Youatt, William. 1834. Cattle: their breeds, management, and diseases. (Library of Useful Knowledge.) London. [Darwin Library in CUL]
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Zoologist. Vol 1 to 14 = 1856 vol 11 & 12 for 1853 & 1854 [Zoologist]

Zoologist; a popular miscellany of natural history. Edited by E. Newman. London. 1843-. [Abstract in DAR73: 125-48.]


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