Author:Thomas Pennant

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Thomas Pennant

Welsh naturalist, traveller, writer and antiquarian

Thomas Pennant


  • The British Zoology, 1768 Vol. 1 Class I, Quadrupeds. II. Birds, Vol. 2 Class II. Genus XVIII, & c., Birds: with an appendix, an essay on birds of passage and an index, Vol. 3. Class III. Reptiles. IV. Fish Vol. 4 Class V-VI . Crustacea. Mollusca. Testacea, illustrated by plates and brief explanations
  • Indian zoology, 1769 external source
  • A Tour in Scotland 1769. 1771 external source
  • A Synopsis of Quadrupeds. 1771. external source
  • A Tour in Scotland, and Voyage to the Hebrides 1772. 1774. vol 1, vol 2
  • Genera of Birds. Balfour and Smellie, 1773. external source
  • British Zoology. Benjamin White, 1776–1777.
  • A Tour in Wales. H.D. Symonds, 1778 & 1781.
  • A History of Quadrupeds. 1781. vol 1, vol 2
  • Free Thoughts on the Militia Laws. Benjamin White, 1781.
  • The Journey to Snowdon. Henry Hughs, 1781.
  • The Journey from Chester to London. Benjamin White, 1782.
  • Arctic Zoology. 1784 vol 1, vol 2, Supplement
  • Of the Patagonians. George Allan (private press), 1788.
  • Of London. 1790. external source
  • Indian Zoology. Robert Faulder, 1790.
  • A Letter to a member of parliament: On Mail-Coaches. R. Faulder, 1792.
  • The Literary Life of the Late Thomas Pennant. 1793. external source
    Pennant writes "The title-page announces the termination of my authorial existence, which took place on March 1st, 1791".
  • The History of the Parishes of Whiteford and Holywell. 1796. external source
  • The View of Hindoostan. 1798 vol 1&2, vol 3&4
  • Western Hindoostan. Henry Hughs, 1798.
  • The View of India extra Gangem, China, and Japan. L. Hansard, 1800.
  • The View of the Malayan Isles, New Holland, and the Spicy Isles. John White, 1800.
  • A Journey from London to the Isle of Wight. 1801. vol 1, vol 2
  • From Dover to the Isle of Wight. Wilson, 1801.
  • A Tour from Downing to Alston-Moor. E. Harding, 1801. external source
  • A Tour from Alston-Moor to Harrowgate, and Brimham Crags, 1804. external source

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