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‎[ACARIE-BARON] - ‎ ‎LINDLEY John‎

Reference : 14611

(1841)

‎Théorie de l'Horticulture.‎

‎Ou Essais Descriptifs, selon les principes de la Physiologie, sur les principales Opérations Horticoles. Par John Lindley.John Lindley est un botaniste britannique, né le 8 février 1799 à Catton près de Norwich et mort le 1er novembre 1865 à Turnham Green.4 planches gravées hors texte de Acarie-Baron et figures dans le texte. (Complet & Contrôlé)Livre premier. Des principaux faits relatifs à la vie végétale qui expliquent les opérations de l'horticulture. Germination - De la croissance par les racines - De la croissance par la tige - Fonctions des feuilles - Fonctions des fleurs - De la maturation du fruit - De la température .Livre II. Des principes physiologiques dont dépendent essentiellement les opérations horticulturales. De la chaleur artificielle - De l'humidité du sol - Des arrosements - De l'humidité et de la température atmosphérique - De la ventilation - Du semis des graines - De la conservation des graines - de l'emballage des graines - De la multiplication par yeux et par noeuds - De la multiplication par feuilles - De la multiplication par boutures - De la multiplication par marcottes et par rejetons - De la multiplication par inoculation et par greffe - De la taille - Du palissage - De l'empotage - De la transplantation - De la conservation des races par la graine - De l'amélioration des races - Du repos des plantes - Du sol et des engrais - Table analytique des matières.ÉDITION ORIGINALE française. Paris, H. Cousin 1841 - 434 pages et Extrait du Catalogue de la Librairie de H. Cousin in fine.Reliure demi veau glacé vert de l'époque. Dos lisse à faux nerfs filetés dorés. Quelques rousseurs. Menus frottements. Bon exemplaire, bon état. Format in-8°(24x16).‎


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‎Lindlley, J. [translated by P.-A. Cap]‎

Reference : BG23250

(1838)

‎Aphorismes de physiologie vÃgÃtale et de botanique, suivis du tableau des alliances des plantes et de l'analyse artificielle des ordres.‎

‎1838 [6], 180 p., paperbound (original printed covers, outer ends spine somewhat worn). Some slight foxing throughout. Unopened copy. Very rare French translation of ''A key of structural, physiological and systematical botany'' and of various bits of other of his writings. Not in Cat. Library BMNH and seldom offered for sale.‎


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‎Lindner, P.‎

Reference : BP11026

‎Atlas der mikroskopischen Grundlagen der GÀrungskunde mit besonderer BerÃŒcksichtigung der biologischen Betriebskontrolle.‎

‎1903 (1st ed.) 9, [4] p., 111 pls, cloth (front cover somewhat discoloured). Ex libris J. Nash-Wortham.‎


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‎LinE Lee , SUTTON Ann et Myron‎

Reference : 011193

(1981)

ISBN : 203515202X

‎Le Monde Des Arbres : La Vie Des Bois et Des Forêts ‎

‎ AudUBON / Larousse Grand In 8 Jaquette Idem Couverture Illustrée, Rempliée Paris 1° Édition En Français 1981 Traduction de Dominique Le Bourg . Au sommaire : La forêt tropicale - landes arborées et savanes - les forêts -galeries - les arbres extraordinaires - les forêts tempérées humides - les eucalyptus d'Australie - les forêts de feuillus - la forêt boréale - les forêts froides - les forêts sèches . Notices biographiques des photographes . Index . Illustré de superbes photographies en couleurs . - 264 p. , 2 kg 600 gr. Botanique 2.03.515202.X‎


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Reference : R300000423

(1979)

‎LE MONDE DES FLEURS SAUVAGES‎

‎HACHETTE. 1979. In-4. Relié. Bon état, Couv. convenable, Dos satisfaisant, Intérieur frais. 256 pages illustrées de nombreuses photos dans le texte et hors texte.. . . . Classification Dewey : 580-Botanique‎


‎ Classification Dewey : 580-Botanique‎

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‎LINK, HENR. FR.‎

Reference : 25570

(1827)

‎Hortus Regius Botanicus Berlolinensis descriptus. Tomus I (of 2).‎

‎Berlin, G. Reimer, 1827. Cont. hcalf. Richly gilt back. Back with scratches and a little rubbes. VIII,384 pp.‎


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‎LINNAEI Caroli. Carl Von LINNE.-‎

Reference : ORD-6467

‎Species plantarum, exhibentes plantas rite cognitas ad genera relatas cum differentiis specicficis, nominibus, trivialibus, synonymis selectis, locis natalibus, secundum Systema Sexuale digestas. Tomus II.-‎

‎Edition Tertia. Vindobonae (Vienne). Joannis Thomae de Trattner.. 1764. In-8 (125 x 205mm) pleine basane racinée de l'époque, dos à 5 nerfs très orné, pièces de titre et de tomaison maroquin rouge, tranches rouges, 1f. et pages 785 à 1682, puis 33ff.n.ch. (index et errata). Reliure un peu frottée mais bel exemplaire. Attention tome II et dernier SEUL.‎


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‎[Linnaeus, C.]‎

Reference : NG16529

(1938)

‎Collection of 4 papers on Linnaeus's work: Stearn, 1957. An Introduction to the Species Plantarum and cognate botanical works of Carl Linnaeus (xiv, 176 p., unbound).‎

‎1938-1957 Sprague, 1955. The plan of the Species Plantarum (16 p., stapled); Savage, 1938. Exhibition of a selection from Linnaeus collections and the Society's archives (20 p., wrps) & Ramsbottom, 1938. Linnaeus and the Species Concept (29 p., wrps).‎


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‎LINNAEUS, CARL (CARL v. LINNÃ).‎

Reference : 45355

(1742)

‎AnmÀrkningar Ãfwer Amaryllis den SkÃna.‎

‎Stockholm, 1742. 8vo. Senere papirsomslag. Udsnit af Kungl. Vetenskaps Academiens Handlingar 1742. Apr. Maj. Jun. Pp. 93-102 samt 1 stor foldet kobberstukket planche‎


‎The paper contains LinnÃ's original description of Amaryllis belladonna with the large plate showing its successive growth.‎

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‎"LINNAEUS, CARL (LINNÃ). ‎

Reference : 58827

(1747)

‎Bibliotheca Botanica. Recensens libros plus mille de plantis huc usque editos, secundum systema auctorum naturale in classes, ordines, genera et species dispositos, additis editionis loco, tempore, forma, lingua caet. Pars 1Edito Nova Multo Correctior. - [THE FIRST BOTANICAL BIBLIOGRAPHY ARRANGED BY SUBJECT]‎

‎Halae Sailcae [i.e. Stockholm]: Apud Io. Gottl. Bierwirth, 1747. 8vo. Contemporary marbled paper binding with handwritten paper label to spine. Occational signs of wear. Overall a very nice copy. [XIV], 124, [8] pp.‎


‎Second edition of Linnaeus' important ""Bibliotheca Botanica"" (without the Fundamentorum Botanica, which appeared simultaneously), his highly important, elaborate classification system for his catalogue of books. This significant work constitutes the first botanical bibliography arranged by subject and the work in which the term ""methodists"" is coined. ""The Bibliotheca is a concise history of botany in a dry, enumerative, but very efficient style. Linnaeus describes the development of botanical science by subdividing the authors in various categories and by adding several statements on the main events in human affairs without which the growth of botany as a science cannot be understood. The often enlightening and amusing names for the various categories of botanists show not only a good knowledge of the literature, but also an awareness of the fact that botanical history is human history."" (Frans Stafleu).The ""Bibliotheca Botanica"" is complete in itself. It was contemplated as the first part of a planned Bibliotheca medica (which he never wrote). It first appeared in 1736, and the present second edition constitutes a reprint of the first edition of the text, with the addenda and errata of Linnaeus inserted in their place. The work appeared again in 1751. Soulsby: 251. ‎

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‎"LINNAEUS, CARL (LINNÃ).‎

Reference : 50984

(1739)

‎Tal, om MÀrkwÀrdigheter uti insecterne, hÃ¥llt fÃr Wettenscaps Academien uti Auditorio Illustri pÃ¥ fÃrsta PrÊsidentskapet aflades 1739. D. 3. October. - [LINNAEUS' VIEW OF NATURE]‎

‎Stockholm, Pet. Momma, 1739. Small 8vo. Preserved in covers of older blindstamped golden paper. Title-page a bit soiled and with old owner's names (one of them crossed out, the other one being Roland Martin). A small restoration to lower blank margin of title-page. Woodcut initial at beginning and woodcut end-vignette. (18) pp.‎


‎Exceedingly rare first edition, first issue (with an excellent provenance) of Linnaeus' seminal speech which has gone down in history as one of the most famous and influential summations on the economy of nature - demonstrated by ""curiosities among insects"". With poetical eloquence, Linnaeus shows us the wonder of the small creature that is the insect and beautifully ties together the nature of the world that we live in, providing to all living things a means and an end. Published merely four years after the groundbreaking first edition of the ""Systema Natura"" - and two decades before the definitive 10th edition of it - Linnaeus, in this epochal speech, points us to the fact that only with the ""Systema Natura"" had the true nature of the insect been discovered, revealing to us also the true wonder of nature. This groundbreaking speech was given at the inauguration of the Royal Academy of Sciences in Stockholm in 1739. Linnaeus himself was one of the founders of the academy"" this foundational speech not only marks the beginning of the world-changing Academy of Sciences, being the first in a long series of presiding speeches that were given four times a year (when the Academy chose a new chairman), it also marks an epoch in the theory of natural history. The frequent reprinting of the speech bears witness to its epochal character and the importance it came to hold for Linnaeus himself. The extremely scarce first issue was printed by Momma in a poor antiqua setting, mixing three different styles, and the last three pages are in a smaller font. New issues appeared in Swedish in 1747 and 1752, the speech was reprinted in Latin numerous times in different issues of the ""Amoenitates"", and it was translated into English and German. When occupying oneself with the greatest modern zoologist, Carl von LinnÃ, the founder of binominal nomenclature, one rarely comes across references to his philosophical theory of the world. Unlike many modern thinkers, 18th century scientists and philosophers did not find the notion of God as ruler of the Universe incompatible with hard scientific facts. On the contrary, the relationship between God and Nature was an issue of crucial importance to many natural scientists of the period. The present speech constitutes the most important declaration of Linnaeus' thoughts on the subject, presenting him as what we would call a ""physicotheologist"". By means of the ""curiosities among insects"", Linnaeus here presents Nature as a single, self-regulating global entity - an entity that is a wonder created by God. The present publication constitutes one of the most personal works that Linnaeus ever wrote and provides with a direct insight into his entire world view - the view of the world that enabled us to properly classify and systematize all living things. It is not least due to the present work that Linnaeus was so widely admired by the greatest of his contemporaries. In his own time he was not only admired for his great scientific accomplishments, he became famous for wider cultural reasons and for the moral qualities that understream his scientific work. That is the main reason why he was considered a hero by the likes of Rousseau and why the likes of Goethe made debating Linnaeus a pastime in fashionable Romantic circles. The work is of the greatest scarcity. OCLC lists merely six copies in libraries world-wide, two of which are in the US: Kansas State University and North Carolina State University. The remaining four copies are in: Sweden, France, UK, and The Netherlands. ROLAND MARTIN (1726-1788) was prominent physician, who was a student of Linnaeus. He studied at the University of Uppsala and here defended his dissertation in 1745 (under Linnaeus). He was nominated professor of medicine twice, but refused both times. He was considered an excellent teacher and a great physician, but he was a controversian man and caused dramatic debacle when he left the Collegium medicum and joined the Societas chirurgica (only to return in 1766, with a tarnished reputation). Hult, p. 31-32.BMC 3141Soulsby 1341‎

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‎LINNAEUS, Carolus (Carl von LINNE, 1707-1778).‎

Reference : 2396

(1796)

‎Caroli a Linn ... Systema Vegetabilium, Secundum Classes, Ordines, Genera, Species; cum Characteribus, Differentiis ... Cura Jo. Frid. Gmelin ...‎

‎Lugduni, Bernuset, Delamolliire, Falque et Soc., 1796. [ii],xl, 841; [ii], 885-2661, [i, blank] pp. 8vo (13 x 20,45 cm.). Uniformly bound in contempirary full marbled calf, in compartment richly gilt tooled, gilt lettered and numbered on red & brown morocco labels, gilt fillet on the outer edges of sides (top of very slightly worn).‎


‎ Soulsby 601. A reprint of the 1791 edition, and a [pirated] reissue of Tom.2 of the Lyons edition 1789-1796 of J.F, Gmelin's Systema Naturae. It was published without portrait and without a title for volume one, just a half-title. --(First and last quire of volume 2 with scattered light dampstain, but a very good copy). ‎

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‎"LINNAEUS, CAROLUS [LINNÃ].‎

Reference : 49990

(1744)

‎Oratio de telluris habitabilis incremento. Et Andreae Celsii Oratio de mutationibus generalioribus quae in superficie corporum coelestium contingunt. (On the Increase of the Habitable Earth).‎

‎Lugduni Batavorum (Leiden), Cornelium Haak, 1744. 8vo. Bound in a beautiful hcalf (from around 1840) with profusely gilt spine. Titlelabel with gilt lettering. Old name on top of titlepage. (1-2)3-104 pp. Printed on good paper. Clean. Withbound. Olaus Celsius: (Hebrew) Sive melones Aegyptii, ab IsraÃlitis desiderati..."" Leiden, Conradum Wishoff,1726. (1-2)3-28 pp.‎


‎The scarce first edition of LinnÃs most importent contribution to historical geology. In his odd speech on ""The Growth of the Earth"" (""Oratio de telluris habitabilis incremento"" [1743]) and in later works Linnaeus gave his conception of the development of the planet. Inspired by the Christian doctrine of paradise and the old concept of the golden age, he imagined paradise as an island on the equator, from which animals and plants, with the decrease of the water, spread out over the earth. In the 1740âs he contributed observations in the field to the lively debates in Sweden about ""water reduction"" i.e., the uplift of the Swedish plateau in postglacial time. He believed that the sedimentary strata had been deposited over enormous time periods but, mindful of ecclesiastical orthodoxy, he was wary of expressing his heretical views on the age of the world and the length of the geological epochs."" (DSB).Soulsby: 1377.‎

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‎Linnaeus, C. [T. Haenke]‎

Reference : BG30197

‎Genera Plantarum. Eorumque Characteres Naturales secundum numerum, figuram, situm et proportionem omnium fructificationis partium. Juxta Thunbergii Emendationes Digesta. Editio Octava. Two volumes bound in one (complete).‎

‎1791 (8th ed. = 9th ed.) xxi, [3], 811, [1] p., contemporary half calf (5 raised bands and gilt lines and title-piece). Some slight scattered foxing (especially in first and last few pages). Rare.The last edition of the Genera Plantarum to be published in the 18th century. Although it is stated to be the eighth edition in fact it is the ninth, because the real 8th edition was published between 1789 and 1791 by Schreber. ââFrom a scientific standpoint, Genera Plantarum is one off LinnÃâs most important works. The way in which he reformed botany has stood the test of time, and the road he marked is followed even today by plant systematicsââ (R.E. Fries).‎


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‎"LINNAEUS (LINNÃ), CARL.‎

Reference : 49171

(1737)

‎Flora Lapponica exhibens Plantas per Lapponiam Crescentes, secundam Systema Sexuale Collectas in Itinere... Additis Synonymis, & Locis Natalibus Omnium, Descriptionibus & Figuris Rariorum, Viribus Medicatis & Oeconomicis Plurimarum. - [""WAITED FOR EXPECTANTLY"" AND ""RECEIVED WITH ACCLAIM""]‎

‎Amsterdam, Salomonem Schouten, 1737. 8vo. Bound in a fine later (around 1900) red hcalf with raisd bands, titlelabel in leather with gilt lettering. Compartments profusely gilt (G. Hedberg, Stockholm). Marbled top-edge, otherwise UNCUT throughout. Engraved frontispiece. Titlepage in red/black. (40),372,(38) pp. and 12 folded engraved plates. A few scattered brownspots. A copy printed on good paper.‎


‎Scarce first edition of greatest importence as it is one of the first works in which Linnà worked out his binomial nomenclature, and of ""prime importance for the nomenclature of Arctic-Alpine species"".Linnaeus set out from Uppsala on his journey into Lapland on 12 May 1732, and returned to Uppsala on 10 October, after adventures in snow and sleet and among 'novelties in all three kingdoms of nature', including many new plants. All this he recorded in diary and catalogue... Linnaeus worked on the present volume during his sojourn in Leyden and at the Clifford estate at Hartecamp in Holland. A Society was formed at Amsterdam to defray the expenses of the plates.., and the 'Flora Lapponica' came forth in 1737, just ahead of the 'Geneve plantarum' and the 'Hortus Cliffortianus'. Botanists had waited for it expectantly, and they received it with accaim. (Hunt No. 502).""The journey was the most adventurous that Linnaeus ever made" it has been assessed by his fellow-countrymen as the most fruitful single scientific expedition ever made in Sweden both for its immediate botanical results and its influence on Linnaeusâs later career. It led to the publication in 1737 of his Flora Lapponica which is of prime importance for the nomenclature of Arctic-Alpine species" Linnaeusâs Lapland specimens, on which this was based, are in Paris."" (The Linnaean Correspondance).Hulth: p. 21 - Soulsby: No. 279.‎

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‎"LINNAEUS (LINNÃ), CARL. - ""WAITED FOR EXPECTANTLY"" AND ""RECEIVED WITH ACCLAIM"".‎

Reference : 49368

(1737)

‎Flora Lapponica exhibens Plantas per Lapponiam Crescentes, secundam Systema Sexuale Collectas in Itinere... Additis Synonymis, & Locis Natalibus Omnium, Descriptionibus & Figuris Rariorum, Viribus Medicatis & Oeconomicis Plurimarum.‎

‎Amsterdam, Salomonem Schouten, 1737. 8vo. Contemp. full mottled calf. Light wear to top of spine. Light wear along fronthinge. Raised bands. Richly gilt compartments. Titlelabel in leather with gilt lettering. Engraved frontispiece. Titlepage in red/black. (40),372,(38) pp. and 12 folded engraved plates. Printed on good paper. Internally clean and fine.‎


‎Scarce first edition of this highly important work, which is one of the first in which Linnà worked out his binomial nomenclature, being of ""prime importance for the nomenclature of Arctic-Alpine species"".On May 12th 1732, Linnaeus set out on his journey into Lapland, returning to Uppsala on October 10th, after adventures in snow and sleet, discovering 'novelties in all three kingdoms of nature', including many new plants. All this he recorded in diary and catalogue... Linnaeus worked on the present volume during his sojourn in Leyden and at the Clifford estate at Hartecamp in Holland. A Society was formed at Amsterdam to defray the expenses of the plates.., and the 'Flora Lapponica' came forth in 1737, just ahead of the 'Geneve plantarum' and the 'Hortus Cliffortianus'. Botanists had waited for it expectantly, and they received it with accaim. (Hunt No. 502).""The journey was the most adventurous that Linnaeus ever made" it has been assessed by his fellow-countrymen as the most fruitful single scientific expedition ever made in Sweden both for its immediate botanical results and its influence on Linnaeus's later career. It led to the publication in 1737 of his Flora Lapponica which is of prime importance for the nomenclature of Arctic-Alpine species" Linnaeus's Lapland specimens, on which this was based, are in Paris."" (The Linnaean Correspondance).Hulth: p. 21 - Soulsby: No. 279.‎

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‎[LINNAEUS].-- MOUTON-FONTENILLE DE LA CLOTTE, Marie Jaques Philippe (1769-1837).‎

Reference : 2444

(1805)

‎Systme [sic] des Plantes, contenant les classes, Ordres, Genres et Espces, les caractres naturels et essentiels des Genres; les phrases caractristiques des Espces ; la citation des meilleures Figures ; le climat et le lieu natal des Plantes ; l'poque de leur floraison ; leurs proprits et leurs usages dans les Arts, dans l'conomie rurale et la Mdecine : Extrait et traduit des Ouvrages de LINN. ... [vignette]. ‎

‎A Lyon, Chez Bruyset ain et Buynand, An XIII - 1805. 5 volumes, [102], 2165, [404] pp. (detailed, complete, collation available on request). 8vo (13,5 x 19,7 cm.). Uniformly bound in contemporary half calf over marbled boards, spines richly gilt decorated with rulers and floral motives, gilt lettered on red morocco labels, gilt numbered on dark yellow morocco labels. An attractive set bound in the 'Directoire' style for "N.B." (no not Napolon).‎


‎ Stafleu/Cowan, 6383 (variant issue): "the treatment is heavily based on Linnaeus but contains so much material supplied by Mouton-Fontenille that the latter can be treated as the author" ; Soulsby, 14.'Barnhart 2, 521. Comprising, i.a., a French translation of the "Genera plantarum", 1778 and the "Systema plantarum", 1779, and many learded notes by Mouton-Fontenille. -- ( Vol. 1 & 4 have a small perforation in the top of the free end-paper; first 3 leaves with a small perforation in the upper margin; clear and light waterstain in the lower margin of volume 4).‎

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‎[LINNAEUS].-- MOUTON-FONTENILLE DE LA CLOTTE, Marie Jaques Philippe (1769-1837).‎

Reference : 2447

(1801)

‎Tableau des systmes de botanique, gnraux et particuliers, contenant 1. Le plan de chaque systme ; 2. Les principes sur lesquels ils sont fonds ; 3. Leurs avantages et leurs dsavantages ; 4. Spcialement le dveloppement du systme sexuel de Linnaeus. Suivi de deux mmoires, dont le premier a pour objet une suite d'observations et d'expriences sur la dessication des plantes, et leur conservation dans les herbiers. Le second renferme des observations sur les diffrentes espces de vgtaux propres aux montagnes calcaires et granitiques des environs de Grenoble... Seconde dition.‎

‎Lyon, Yvernault et Cabin [& Paris, Brunot-Labbe], 1809 (=1801?). [4], 212, [100], 95, [1], 51, [1] pp. 8vo (13 x 20,3 cm.). Contemporary marbled calf, spine in compartment richly gilt tooled. With 2 folded tables.‎


‎ A rare edition, first publsijed in 1798. Soulsby 336. This work was in part based on Linnaeus, 'Classes plantarum'. This edition not in Stafleu/Cowan nor in the WorldCat. --(Some scattered light foxing; End-papers partly stained).‎

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‎[LINNAEUS].- THULINS ANTIKVARIAT AB (antiquarian bookseller).‎

Reference : 2446

(1977)

‎Carolus Linnaeus 1707-1977. A Catalogue (nr. 183) published to celebrate the 500 year anniversary of the Uppsala University [compiled by the "reverend" Mrs. Everhed).‎

‎sterbymo, Thulins Antikvariat, (1977). 72 pp. 8vo (15 x 21 cm.). Orginal printed wrappers. With numerous illustrations.‎


‎ An interesting catalogue Linneana of which the major part came from the renowned Linnaeus collection of the Fitzpatrick. Listed and described are 474 items with useful annotations. -- [ADDED:] BJCK & BRJESSON (booksellers), Catalogue 512: Carolus Linnaeus. Stockholm, (1984). 48 pp. 8vo (16 x 24 cm.). Original printed wrappers. With illustrations. ** A catalogue of 100 items with annotated descriptions.‎

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‎LINNE (C.)‎

Reference : 3330

‎Amoenitates academica seu dissertationes botanicae antehac seorsim editae, nunc primum methodice dispositae & auctae, cum tabulis aebus. Curante J.E. Gilibert...‎

‎Coloniae-Allobrogum, Priestre, 1786; . Coloniae-Allobrogum, Priestre, 1786; 2 vol. in 8, T.1 : (2), 76pp., 604pp., T.2 : (2), 732pp., 52pp. , br., couv. muette, (défraichie, qq. ff. salis, le deuxième plat de couverture du tome 1 manque). les deux derniers feuillets d'index du tome 1 manquent. Linné's students theses usually rewritten by himself . Recueil des thèses soutenues par les élèves de Linnée et revues par Linné lui-même. Only one other copy of this rare edition appears to be known . (Soulsby N 1330). Recueil précieux de mémoires et de thèses soutenues sous la présidence de Linné, dont il donnait le sujet à ses élèves et dont les matériaux étaient tirés de ses leçons ou fournis par lui et qu'il revit en les publiant de manière à ce que la plupart portent l'empreinte de son esprit et qu'on cite en général comme de lui. Il a paru deux extraits de ce recueil l'un intitulé Amoenitates selecta et l'autre Amoenitates selectae par Gilibert . (Jourdan VI). As a teacher and supervisor Linné was incomparable. Students flocked to his lectures... Linnaeus took an unselfish and devoted interest in his more mature students, supporting and encouraging them. He persuaded an imposing number of them to obtain the doctorate, but he usually wrote their theses himself (collected under the title Amoenitates academicae)... . (DSB VIII p. 375)‎


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‎LINNE (C.) ‎

Reference : 3329

‎Système sexuel des végétaux suivant les classes, les ordres, les genres et les espèces, avec les caractères et les différences. Première interprétation française calquée sur les éditions de Murray, Person, Wildenow, augmentée et enrichie de notions élémentaires, de notes diverses, d'une concordance avec la méthode de Tournefort et les familles naturelles de Jussieu, etc‎

‎P., Bertrand, 1810, 2 volumes in 8 reliés en demi-basane verte, dos ornés de filets dorés (reliure postérieue), (tache d'encre sans gravité sur la page de titre du tome 1), T.1 : (2), 449pp., T. 2 : (2), 482pp.‎


‎Deuxième édition REVUE et AUGMENTEE ---- "During his lifetime, Linnaeus exerted an influence in his fields -botany and natural history- that has had few parallels in the history of science. Driven by indomitable ambition and aided by an incredible capacity for work, he accomplished the tremendous task that he had set for himself in his youth : the establishment of new system for the three kingdoms of nature to facilitate the description of all known animals, plants and minerals... There was at that time an urgent need for a simple and easy-to-grasp system for the plant kingdom... Since the time of Cesalpino many botanists had tried to create a useful system ; and toward the eighteenth century some of these systems had begun to win considerable support, especially those of John Ray and Tournefort, based upon the appearance of the corolla. But none was sufficiently practical, and the various systems were reciprocally competitive, thus increasing the confusion. Only Linnaeus'system, based on sexuality, had the requisite of being generally adoptable... Around 1720 the sexuality of plants was still being disputed by many botanists. Linnaeus had already learned about it from his teacher Rothman... As a student he had pursued the subject through his own investigations and soon was convinced of its truth. In Praeludia sponsaliorum plantarum (1730), he announced that the stamens and pistils were the sexual organs of plants. At the same time he began to investigate whether the stamens and pistils could be used to construct a new botanical system. After a short period of doubt he was sure that they could and in Systema naturae he presented the sexual system in its definitive form... To be sure, the system was attacked ( in Germany by Siegesbeck and Heister, in Switzerland by Haller and in France where Thournefort's system had long been generally accepted). But acceptance of the sexual system could not be halted ; it gained footing almost everywhere, especially in England, beginning in the 1760's". (DSB VIII)‎

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‎LINNE (C.)‎

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‎Système sexuel des végétaux suivant les classes, les ordres, les genres et les espèces, avec les caractères et les différences. Première édition française, calquée sur celles de Murray et de Persoon, augmentée et enrichie de notions élémentaires ; de notes diverses ; d'une concordance avec la méthode de Tournefort et les familles naturelles de Jussieu, etc par N. Jolyclerc‎

‎P., Ronvaux, 1798, un volume in 8 relié en pleine basane, (dos orné de fers dorés (reliure de l'époque), (1 coin légèrement émoussé, petite piqure de vers à la partie inférieure d'un mors), (3), 789pp.‎


‎PREMIERE EDITION FRANCAISE ---- "During his lifetime, Linnaeus exerted an influence in his fields -botany and natural history- that has had few parallels in the history of science. Driven by indomitable ambition and aided by an incredible capacity for work, he accomplished the tremendous task that he had set for himself in his youth : the establishment of new system for the three kingdoms of nature to facilitate the description of all known animals, plants and minerals... There was at that time an urgent need for a simple and easy-to-grasp system for the plant kingdom... Since the time of Cesalpino many botanists had tried to create a useful system ; and toward the eighteenth century some of these systems had begun to win considerable support, especially those of John Ray and Tournefort, based upon the appearance of the corolla. But none was sufficiently practical, and the various systems were reciprocally competitive, thus increasing the confusion. Only Linnaeus'system, based on sexuality, had the requisite of being generally adoptable... Around 1720 the sexuality of plants was still being disputed by many botanists. Linnaeus had already learned about it from his teacher Rothman... As a student he had pursued the subject through his own investigations and soon was convinced of its truth. In Praeludia sponsaliorum plantarum (1730), he announced that the stamens and pistils were the sexual organs of plants. At the same time he began to investigate whether the stamens and pistils could be used to construct a new botanical system. After a short period of doubt he was sure that they could and in Systema naturae he presented the sexual system in its definitive form... To be sure, the system was attacked ( in Germany by Siegesbeck and Heister, in Switzerland by Haller and in France where Thournefort's system had long been generally accepted). But acceptance of the sexual system could not be halted ; it gained footing almost everywhere, especially in England, beginning in the 1760's". (DSB VIII)‎

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‎LINNE (Carl von).‎

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‎Caroli a Linné Systema plantarum secundum classes, ordines, genera, species... Edition novissima (...) curante D. Ioanne Iacobo Reichard.‎

‎Francofurti ad Moenum apud Varrentrapp filium et Wenner 1779-1780 4 vol. relié 4 vol. in-8, reliés plein veau marbré tabac, dos à nerfs, caissons décorés de fleurons et motifs dorés, pièces de titre de maroquin rouge, tranches rouges, (4) + XXXII + 778, (2) + 674, (2) + 972, (8) + 662 + (76) pp., important index. Nouvelle édition augmentée par Reichard du Species plantarum de Linné publié pour la première fois en 1753 et marquant le début de la nomenclature botanique moderne. Plats un peu frottés, sinon exemplaire frais en reliure d'époque.‎


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‎Philosophie botanique dans laquelle sont expliqués les fondements de la botanique avec Les définitions de ses parties, Les exemples des termes, Des observations sur les plus rares. Enrichie de figures. Traduit du latin par Fr.-A. Quesné‎

‎ ,A Paris et A Rouen, Chez Cailleau et Chez Leboucher le jeune 1788, iv-456 pp., 1 vol. in 8 relié pleine basane mouchetée, dos lisse orné de motifs dorés, pièce de titre en maroquin vert avec titre doré, tranches jaunes, mors fendus (mais reliure solide), coiffes et coins frottés, quelques rousseurs (reliure de l'époque). Privilège du Roi in fine. Bien complet des 11 planches hors-texte.‎


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‎système sexuel des végétaux‎

‎première édition française,calquée sur celles de Muray et Persoon,augmentée et enrichie de notions élémentaires,de notes diverses,d’une concordance avec la méthode de TOURNEFORT et les familles de JUSSIEU etc.. ; par JOLYCLERC 2 tomes en 2 volumes in 8 plein cuir fauve raciné,dos lisse, pièce de titre cuir rouge, fers, roulette,filets, palmettes dorés;Tome 1:faux-titre, titre,1 feuillet,384 pages,2 feuillets d’errata,tranches jaspées.Tome 2:faux-titre,titre,pages 385 à 788,pagination continue,1 page avis.Levacher An VII(1799),2coins légèrement émoussés ‎


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