Author:William MacGillivray

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William MacGillivray
(1796–1852)
Scottish naturalist; Professor of Natural History at University of Aberdeen
William MacGillivray

Works[edit]

  • Lives of Eminent Zoologists from Aristotle to Linnaeus (1830)
  • A Systematic Arrangement of British Plants (1830)
  • The Travels and Researches of Alexander von Humboldt (1832)
  • A History of British Quadrupeds (1838)
  • A Manual of Botany, Comprising Vegetable Anatomy and Physiology (1840)
  • A History of the Molluscous Animals of Aberdeen, Banff and Kincardine (1843)
  • A Manual of British Ornithology (1840–1842)
  • A History of British Birds, indigenous and migratory, in five volumes (1837–1852)
  • Natural History of Deeside and Braemar (1855), published posthumously
  • A Hebridean Naturalist's Journal 1817-1818 (1996), published posthumously
  • A Walk to London (1998), published posthumously

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