A specimen of the botany of New Holland

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A

SPECIMEN

OF THE

BOTANY

OF

NEW HOLLAND,

BY

JAMES EDWARD SMITH, M.D. F.R.S.

MEMBER OF THE ROYAL ACADEMIES OF TURIN, UPSAL, STOCKHOLM AND LISBON;
CORRESPONDENT OF THOSE OF MONTPELLIER AND DAUPHINY, &c. &c.

PRESIDENT OF THE LINNÆAN SOCIETY.



THE FIGURES BY JAMES SOWERBY, F.L.S.



"Tendebantque manus ripæ ulterioris amore" Virg.


VOL. I.


LONDON:

PRINTED BY J. DAVIS.
PUBLISHED BY J. SOWERBY, NO. 2, MEAD PLACE, LAMBETH; TO BE HAD
AT NO. 42, PATERNOSTER ROW, AND OF THE TOWN
AND COUNTRY BOOKSELLERS.


M.DCC.XCIII.


TO


THOMAS WILSON, ESQ. F.L.S.


AT WHOSE PERSUASION


THIS WORK WAS UNDERTAKEN,


AND


ON WHOSE FRIENDLY COMMUNICATIONS


IT IS FOUNDED,


THE FOLLOWING PAGES


ARE INSCRIBED


BY THE AUTHOR.




This work was published before January 1, 1923, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.