A new family herbal; or, A history and description of all the British and foreign plants which are useful to man ... Compiled from the works of Hill, Woodville, Don, Withering, and other eminent botanists ... Second (third) edition ... with one hundred and fifty engravings, drawn and coloured from living specimens
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