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CATALOGUE OF BOOKS
ON NATURAL SCIENCE
THE RADCLIFFE LIBRARY
UP TO DECEMBER, 1872.
With an Appendix containing a List of Works on INDIA, having reference to
By agreement between the Radcliffe Trustees on the one hand and the University of Oxford on the other, the Scientific Books, the property of the Trustees, were removed on loan to the University Museum. Their Eastern Manuscripts were made a loan to the Bodleian Library. It having been previously ascertained that the Radcliffe Dome could be conveniently and tastefully connected with the Bodleian Library, it was lent to the Bodleian for a Reading Room, having been first warmed and lighted, and thrown open in the evening to all readers. The transfer was made in the year 1861. The use of the Library at the Museum is not confined (as is sometimes stated) to members of the University. All persons can have access to it on conforming to the Regulations.
This Catalogue comprises the Scientific Books contained in the Radcliffe Library up to the end of 1872. From that time a separate Catalogue of Additions is printed annually. These Additions are every year incorporated in the main Catalogue on the Desk of the Library in eight folio volumes.
TRANSACTIONS and PERIODICALS are not inserted. A separate Catalogue of all SERIALS is printed and may be purchased at the Library with the Catalogue of the STUDENTS' LIBRARY.
For the labour connected with the preparation of the Catalogue the Librarian is indebted to the Sub-Librarian and Assistant Sub-Librarians.
THE RADCLIFFE TRUSTEES.
Jan. 1, 1877.
H.R.H. PRINCE LEOPOLD, K.G., D.C.L.
THE RIGHT HON. W. E. GLADSTONE, M.P., D.C.L.
HIS GRACE THE DUKE OF MARLBOROUGH, K.G., D.C.L., Lord Lieutenant of Ireland.
THE RIGHT HON. SIR W. HEATHCOTE, BART., D.C.L., late Burgess of the University of Oxford.
A. W. PEEL, Esq., M.P., late Financial Secretary to H.M.'s Treasury.
THE RIGHT HON. THE EARL OF CARNARVON, D.C.L., Secretary of State for the Colonies. THE RIGHT HON. THE LORD SELBORNE, D.C.L., late Lord Chancellor of England.
Page 22, line 14 from bottom, for ALBINUS read Albineus.
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A., T. History of the Azores, or Western Islands. 4 Pl. 4to. London, 1813.
AARHUUS, the Bishop of, (Denmark). A Treatise on the Pestilence. 4to. London, 1536.
D'ABBADIE, Antoine. Géodésie d'une partie de la Haute Éthiopie. Fasc. 1 et 2. 4to. Paris,
DE ABBANO, Petrus.
Tractatus de Venenis. Cap. 1-LXXXIII. 4to. Mantue, 1473.
ABBATIUS, B. A. De admirabili viperæ natura et de mirificis ejusdem facultatibus liber.
ABBOT, C. Flora Bedfordiensis, comprehending such plants as grow wild in the county of Bedford. 6 Pl. 8vo. Bedford, 1798.
ABBOT, J. The natural history of the rarer lepidopterous insects of Georgia. Edited by J. E. Smith. 104 col. Pl. 2 vols. fol. London, 1797. ABBOTT, T. K. Sight and touch: an attempt to disprove the received (or Berkeleian) theory of vision. 8vo. London, 1864.
ABEEL, D. Journal of a residence in China, and the neighbouring countries, from 1830-1833, with 12mo. London, 1835.
ABEILLE, J. Traité des maladies à urines albumineuses et sucrées. 8vo. Paris, 1863.
ABEILLE, J. L'Electricité appliquée à la thérapeutique chirurgicale et en particulier au traitement des accidents produits par les inhalations d'éther et de chloroforme. 8vo. Paris, 1870.
ABEL, C. Narrative of a journey in the interior of China, during the embassy of Lord Amherst. 20 Pl. 4to. London, 1818.
ABEL, N. H. Œuvres complètes, avec des notes et développements rédigées par ordre du Roi par B. Holmboe. 2 vols. 4to. Christiania, 1839.
ABERCROMBIE, J. On diseases of the brain and the spinal cord. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1828.
ABERCROMBIE, J. On the diseases of the stomach, the intestinal canal, the liver, &c. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1828.
ABERCROMBIE, J. Inquiries concerning the intellectual powers and the investigation of truth. 5th edit. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1835.
ABERCROMBIE, J. The philosophy of the moral feelings. 5th edit. 12mo. London, 1839.
ABERCROMBY, D. Tuta, ac Efficax luis venereæ sæpe absque mercurio, curandæ methodus.
ABERCROMBY, D. Nova medicinæ clavis; sive ars explorandi medicas corporum facultates ex solo sapore. 12mo. Londini, 1685.
ABERCROMBY, D. De variatione, ac varietate pulsus observationes. 12mo. Londini, 1685.
ABERNETHY, J. His surgical works. 2 vols.
8vo. London, 1811.