Name Science/Natural History/Medicine
Description

Titles addressing medicine, biology, chemistry, physics, botany, earth sciences, astronomy, etc.

Titles

Displaying 1–25 of 161

ID Title Author Firms (City) Date Edition
20399 A Botanical Catechism: Containing Introductory Lessons for Students in Botany. By a Lady. Welsh , Jane Kilby
1819
6089 A catalogue of plants copyed from nature in paper mosaick, finished in the year 1778, and disposed in alphabetical order, according to the generic and specific names of Linnæus. Delany , Mary
s.n.
1778
12516 A Catalogue of the Organic Remains of the County of Wilts. By Etheldred Bennett. Benett , Etheldred
1831
5636 A collection of exotics, from the island of Antigua. By a lady. Byam , Lydia
s.n.
1797
5637 A collection of fruits from the West Indies, drawn and coloured from nature, and with permission, most humbly dedicated to the Princess Elizabeth. By Lydia Byam. Byam , Lydia
1800
25049 A Collection of Passion Flowers Mary Lawrance (London)
1799
6261 A Collection of Roses from Nature. Mary Lawrance (London)
1799
20804 A Comparative view of the Natural Small-Pox, Inoculated Small-Pox, and Vaccination in their effects on Individuals and Society. White , William
1803
5706 A compendious system of astronomy, in a course of familiar lectures, In which the Principles of that Science are clearly elucidated, so as to be intelligible to those who have not studied the Mathematics: also trigonometrical and celestial problems, with a key to the ephemeris, and a vocabulary of the terms of science Used In The Lectures, Which latter are explained agreeably to their Application in them. By Margaret Bryan. Second edition. Bryan , Margaret
James Wallis [46 Paternoster Row] (London)
Wynne and Scholey (London)
1799 Second edition.
5702 A compendious system of astronomy, in a course of familiar lectures; In which the Principles of that Science are Clearly Elucidated, so as to be Intelligible to those who have not Studied the Mathematics. Also trigonometrical and celestial problems, with a key to the ephemeris, and a vocabulary of the terms of science used in the Lectures; which latter are explained Agreeably to their Application in them. By Margaret Bryan. Bryan , Margaret
1797
357 A Comprehensive Astronomical and Geographical Class Book for the use of Schools and Private Families. By Margaret Bryan. Bryan , Margaret
Baldwin, C. Cradock, and W. Joy (London)
1815
3415 A curious herbal, containing five hundred cuts, of the most useful plants, which are now used in the practice of physick. ... By Elizabeth Blackwell. To which is added a short description of ye plants; and their common uses in physick. ... Blackwell , Elizabeth
John Nourse (London)
1751
3174 A curious herbal, containing five hundred cuts, of the most useful plants, which are now used in the practice of physick. Engraved on folio copper plates, after drawings taken from the life. By Elizabeth Blackwell. To which is added a short description of ye plants; and their common uses in physick. Blackwell , Elizabeth
Charles Nourse (London)
1782
21333 A Dissertation on the Morbid Effects Induced on the Mind and Body by Grief & Fear. By William Hall, of Charleston, South Carolina, honorary member of the Philadelphia Medical Society. Hall , William
1812
6768 A full refutation of Mr. Page's pamphlet, called, Receipts for preparing and compounding the principal medicines made use of by the late Mr. Ward. By Mrs. Stewart. The second edition. Stewart , Mrs. M.
1763 The second edition.
25017 A letter to a friend from a merchant who had resided many years at Leghorn: giving an account of the methods taken by that state to prevent infection. Together with the Author's Thoughts what we ought to do at this Conjuncture, in order to preserve our Health and Trade. Unknown ,
1721
13741 A letter to Dr. Abraham Johnson, On the subject of his new scheme for the propagation of the human species: in which, another method of obtaining that great end, more adequate to the sentiments of the ladies, is proposed; and, the reflections that author has cast upon the Royal Society of London, are answered. By a fellow. Unknown , [Man]
Mary Cooper (London)
1750
6805 A letter, addressed to a female friend. By Mrs. Sage, the first English female aerial traveller; describing the general appearance and effects of her expedition with Mr. Lunardi's balloon; Which ascended from St. George's Fields on Wednesday, 29th June, 1785, accompanied by George Biggin, Esq. Sage , Letitia Ann
1785
215 A Natural History of Birds: intended chiefly for young persons: By Mrs. Charlotte Smith. Smith , Charlotte Turner
Joseph Johnson (London)
1807
10023 A Poetical Introduction to the Study of Botany. By Frances Arabella Rowden. Rowden , Frances Arabella
1801
11016 A Poetical Introduction to the Study of Botany. By Frances Arabella Rowden. The third edition: embellished with seven copper-plate engravings. Rowden , Frances Arabella
G. and W. B. Whittaker (London)
1818 The third edition: embellished with seven copper-plate engravings.
1029 A Preliminary Dissertation to the Mechanism of the Heavens. By Mrs. Somerville. Somerville , Mary
John Murray II [Albemarle] (London)
1832
22967 A proposal to determine our longitude. By Jane Squire. The Second Edition, in English only. Squire , Jane
1743 The Second Edition, in English only.
24994 A short account of the eye and nature of vision. Chiefly designed to illustrate the use and advantage of spectacles. Wherein Are laid down Rules for chusing Glasses proper for remedying all the different Defects of sight. As also Some reasons for preferring a particular kind of Glass, fitter than any other made Use of for that Purpose. The third edition. By James Ayscough, optician. Ayscough , James
1754 The third edition.
15110 A short account of the infectious malignant fever, as it appeared at Uxbridge, and its vicinity, in the summer and autumn of the year 1799; with a detail of the good effects of yeast, and vital air, in the different stages of that disorder. By a medical practitioner. Unknown ,
1799