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Steele, W. E.—A Handbook of Field Botany, comprising the Flowering Plants and Ferns indigenous to the British Isles, &c. 8vo. Dublin, 1847.

Strutt, J. G.—Sylva Britannica; or, Portraits of Forest Trees, distinguished for their antiquity, magnitude, or beauty. 8vo. London, 1838.

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Brown, Capt. T.—The Book of Butterflies, Sphmges, and Moths. Illustrated with 144 engravings, coloured after Nature by Captain Thomas Brown. 2nd edition, 3 vols, ltimo. London, 1834.

Hewitson, W. C.—The Genera of Diurnal Lepidoptera, comprising their generic characters, a notice of their habits and transformations, and a catalogue of the species of each genus. By E. Doublertay and J. O. Westwood. Illustrated with 86" plates. 2 vols.,

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