Author:James Rennie

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James Rennie
(1787–1867)
Scottish naturalist.

Works[edit]

  • ‘Insect Architecture’ [anon.], 12mo, London, 1830.
  • ‘Insect Transformations’ [anon.], 12mo, London, 1830.
  • ‘Insect Miscellanies’ [anon.], 12mo, London, 1831.
  • ‘The Architecture of Birds’ [anon.], 12mo, London, 1831—reissued as ‘Bird Architecture,’ 1844.
  • ‘Alphabet of Insects,’ 8vo, London, 1832.
  • ‘A Conspectus of the Butterflies and Moths found in Britain,’ 8vo, London, 1832.
  • ‘Notes of a Naturalist’ in ‘Time's Telescope,’ vols. xix.–xxi., 8vo, London, 1832–4.
  • ‘Alphabet of Physics,’ 8vo, London, 1833.
  • ‘Alphabet of Zoology,’ 8vo, London, 1833.
  • ‘Alphabet of Scientific Angling,’ 8vo, London, 1833.
  • ‘Alphabet of Scientific Gardening,’ 8vo, London, 1833; another edit. 1850.
  • ‘Alphabet of Botany,’ 12mo, London, 1833; new edit. 1836.
  • ‘The Domestic Habits of Birds,’ 12mo, London, 1833.
  • ‘The Hand-book of plain Botany,’ &c., 16mo, London, 1834; 2nd edit. 1845; 3rd edit. 1857; 4th edit., enlarged by the Rev. J. G. Wood, 1869.
  • ‘The Hand-book of Allotment Agriculture,’ 16mo, London, 1834.
  • ‘Alphabet of Natural Theology,’ 8vo, London, 1834.
  • ‘Alphabet of Medical Botany,’ 8vo, London, 1834.
  • ‘The Hand-book of Gardening,’ 12mo, London, 1834.
  • ‘The Faculties of Birds,’ 12mo, London, 1835.
  • ‘The Menageries: the Natural History of Monkeys,’ &c. [anon.], 12mo, London, 1838.
  • ‘Bird Miscellanies,’ 12mo, London, 1847.
  • ‘Familiar Introduction to Botany,’ 16mo, London, 1849.

Editor[edit]

  • ‘Montague's Ornithological Dictionary of British Birds … 2nd edit., with original observations by J. Rennie,’ 8vo, London, 1831.
  • ‘The Magazine of Botany and Gardening,’ 2 vols. 4to, London, 1833–4.
  • ‘The Field Naturalist,’ 2 vols. 8vo, London (1833–) 1835.
  • ‘Walton's Compleat Angler,’ 1836.


Works about Rennie[edit]

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