Author:Joseph Tom Burgess

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Joseph Tom Burgess
(1828–1886)
British botanist and naturalist

Works[edit]

  • Life Scenes and Social Sketches (1862)
  • Angling; a practical guide to bottom fishing, trolling, spinning, and fly-fishing. With a chapter on sea fishing (1867) (external scan)
  • Harry Hope's Holidays (1871)
  • The Last Battle of the Roses (1872)
  • Historic Warwickshire; its legendary lore, traditionary stories, and romantic episodes (1876) (external scan)
  • English wildflowers; to be found by the wayside, fields, hedgerows, rivers, moorlands, meadows, mountains, and sea-shore (external scan)
  • Dominoes, and how to play them (1877)
  • Knots, ties and splices; a handbook for seafarers, travellers, and all who use cordage; with historical, heraldic, and practical notes (1884) (external scan)
  • A Handbook to Worcester Cathedral (1884)

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