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Published by Roxburghe Press in London .
Written in English

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  • White, Gilbert, -- 1720-1793.

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A bibliography of Gilbert White: the natural historian and antiquarian of Selborne / [by] Edward A. Martin Martin, Edward A. (Edward Alfred), [ Book: ]. The natural history and antiquities of Selborne, in the county of Southampton: with engravings, and an appendix by Gilbert White (Book) 27 editions published between and in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide. (White, Gilbert). MARTIN, Edward A. A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF GILBERT WHITE, the Naturalist & Antiquairian of Selborne. Folkestone & London: Dawsons of Pall Mall, 8vo. Blue cloth, dust jacket. Very nice copy. $ (WHITE, Gilbert). MARTIN, Edward A. A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF GILBERT WHITE, the Natural Historian and Antiquarian of Selborne. A bibliography of Gilbert White, the naturalist and antiquarian of Selborne, with a biography and a descriptive account of the village of Selborne. Halton, London, UK. October Author: Frank N. Egerton.

Thomas Pennant (14 June OS – 16 December ) was a Welsh naturalist, traveller, writer and was born and lived his whole life at his family estate, Downing Hall near Whitford, Flintshire, in Wales. As a naturalist he had a great curiosity, observing the geography, geology, plants, animals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and fish around him and recording what he saw and Occupation: Naturalist and antiquarian. Few British books have been as popular as Gilbert White's The Natural History and Antiquities of Selborne (, ). It has gone through over editions and is translated into several languages (Martin , Prance ).Although well written, style alone cannot make a naturalist by: 6. White, Gilbert, Thomas Bell, Walter George Crombie, Lownes Science Collection. The natural history and antiquities of Selborne, in the county of Southhampton. London: John Van Voorst, White, Joseph. Aegyptiaca: or, observations on certain antiquities of Egypt. Part 1. The history of Pompey's pillar elucidated. Oxford: University press, London: The Ray Society, First edition, pp., illustrs., orig. cloth, d.w. John Ray is considered the outstanding British natural historian of the 17th century. His first publication, A catalogue of plants growing around Cambridge () is famous as the first British County Flora.

A Bibliography of Gilbert White, the Natural Historian and Antiquarian of Selborne, Westminster: Roxborough Press xiv + pp. dated The Story of the Fight for Croham Hurst, with a Brief Description of its Beauties. 23 pp illus. leaflet, reprinted from Croydon Advertiser of 9 March and the Surrey Magazine of April Biographical. Sir William Jackson Hooker KH FRS FRSE FLS (6 July – 12 August ) was an English botanist and botanical illustrator.. Born and educated in Norwich, an inheritance gave him the means to travel and to devote himself to the study of natural history, particularly published his account of an expedition to Iceland in , but only after his notes and specimens were destroyed Alma mater: Norwich School.   Written from the vantage of a real tortoise that roamed the garden of Gilbert White, an eighteenth-century naturalist, the book consists entirely of short, choppy sentences. Many of them fragments. They read as bursts of measured animal thought, and . List of parson-naturalists Last updated Octo Parson-naturalists were ministers of religion who also studied natural archetypical parson-naturalist was a priest in the Church of England in charge of a country parish, who saw the study of science as an extension of his religious philosophy entailed the belief that God, as the Creator of all things, wanted man to.