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Ad00341 04 052a/engRoses XIV. Vol. V. No. 50.
TWO DIFFERENT KINDS OF ROSES.
Fig. 1. The little Provence-Rose. (Rosa provincialis minima.)
Fig. 2. The Dijon Damason-Rose. (Rosa Damascena Dijonensis.)
Ad00341 04 053a/engBirds. LXX. Vol. V. No. 51.
DIFFERENT KINDS OF FOREIGN OWLS.
Fig. 1. The Chocouhou.
Fig. 2. The Huhul.
Fig. 3. The Collar-Owl.
Fig. 4. The crested owl.
Fig. 5. The black mask.
Fig. 6. The white Church-owl.
Ad00341 04 054a/engInsects XXXV. Vol. V. No. 52.
BUTTERFLIES OF FOREIGN COUNTRIES.
Fig. 1. The green Marble Papilion.
Fig. 2. The Harlequin.
Fig. 3. The Indian Gold-Butterfly.
Fig. 4. The Scarlet spot.
Ad00341 04 055a/engInsects XXXVI. Vol. V. No. 53.
THE COMMON CRAWFISH.
Ad00341 04 056a/engMiscell. Subj. LVIII. Vol. V. No. 54.
CATARACTS.
Fig. 1 The falls of Niagara.
Fig. 2. The cataract of the Rhine near Lauffen.
Ad00341 04 057a/engMiscell. Sub. LIX. Vol. V. No. 55.
PUBLICK GAMES IN THE ALPS NEAR UNTERSEEN IN THE CANTON OF BERN.
Fig. 1. Wrestling.
Fig. 2. The Alp-horns.
Fig. 3. Stone-flinging.
Fig. 4. The Distribution of prices.
Ad00341 04 058a/engPlants XCVI. Vol. V. No. 56.
MAGNIFIC FLOWER.
The beautiful Nelumbo. (Nelumbium speciosum.)
Ad00341 04 059a/engWorms VIII. Vol. V. No. 57.
THE MOLLUSKS OR SMOOTH-WORMS.
Fig. 1. and 2. The Common cuttle-fisch. (Sepia officinalis.)
Fig. 3. The Tuberous cuttle-fish. (Sepia tuberculata.)
Fig. 4. The spotted cuttle-fisch. (Sepia maculata.)
Fig. 5. The small cuttle-fish. (Sepia sepiola.)
Ad00341 04 060a/engInsects. XXXVII. Vol. V. No. 58.
GERMAN BUTTERFLIES.
Fig. 1. The Poplar Butterfly. (Papilio Nymph. Populi.)
Fig. 2. The white marbled Butterfly. (Papilio Dan. Cardamines.)
Fig. 3. The brimstone Butterfly. (Papilio D. Rhamni.)
Fig. 4. The Silver Comma. (Papilio N. C. album.)
Fig. 5. The lesser Tortoise Shell. (Papilio N. urticae.)
Ad00341 04 061a/engMiscell. Subj. LX. Vol. V. No. 59.
FIELDS AND MOUNTAINS OF ICE.
Fig. 1. The Rock or Mountain ice.
Fig. 2. The Field ice.
Ad00341 04 062a/engRoses XV. Vol. V. No. 60.
DIFFERENT KINDS OF ROSES.
The white Rose of Damas. (Rosa Damascena flor. alba.)
Ad00341 04 063a/engGarments VII. Vol. V. No. 61.
ORDERS OF KNIGHTS.
Fig. 1. and 2. Templars.
Fig. 3. and 4. Knights of the Order of S. John.
Ad00341 04 064a/engGarments VIII. Vol. V. No. 62.
DIVERS ORDERS OF KNIGHTS.
Fig. 1. Knights of the Teutonic Order.
Fig. 2. Knights of the golden Fleece.
Fig. 3. Knights of S. Stephan
Fig. 4. Knights of S. Hubert.
Ad00341 04 065a/engBirds LXXI. Vol. V. No. 63.
AFRICAN BIRDS.
Fig. 1. The Bacha.
Fig. 2. The Singing Falcon.
Fig. 3. The Corbivau.
Fig. 4. The Forktailed Goat-Sucker.
Fig. 5. The Crested Falcon.
Fig. 6. The Chivquera.
Ad00341 04 066a/engInsects XXXVIII. Vol. V. No. 64.
BEAUTIFUL GERMAN BUTTERFLIES.
Fig. 1. The bindweed Sphinx. (Sphinx convolvuli.)
Fig. 2. The privet Sphinx. (Sphinx Ligustri.)
Ad00341 04 067a/engPlants XCVII. Vol. V. No. 65.
THE GENUINE LOTOS PLANT.
The Egyptian Sea-rose or genuine Lotos-plant. (Nymphaea Lotus.)
Ad00341 04 068a/engGarments IX. Vol. V. No. 66.
DIVERS ORDERS OF KNIGHTS.
Fig. 1. Knights of the order of the black eagle.
Fig. 2. Kinights of the order of S. Andrew.
Fig. 3. Kinights of the Seraphins order.
Fig. 4. Knights of the white Elephant.
Ad00341 04 069a/engInsects XXXIX. Vol. V. No. 67.
RARE GERMAN MOTHS.
Fig. 1. The clifton Non pareil. (Phalaena noctua fraxini.)
Fig. 2. The orange underwing Moth (Phalaena noctua paranympha.)
Fig. 3. The high red underwing Moth. (Phalaena noctua Hera.)
Fig. 4. The crimson underwing Moth. (Phalaena noctua Sponsa.)
Ad00341 04 070a/engPlants XCVIII. Vol. V. No. 68.
GERMAN FOREST TREES.
Fig. 1. The European Lime-tree. (Tilia Europaea.)
Fig. 2. The common Oak. (Quercus pedunculata.)
Ad00341 04 071a/engWorms IX. Vol. V. No. 69.
MOLLUSKS OR SMOOTH WORMS.
Fig. 1. The Fleeve. (Sepia Loligo.)
Fig. 2. The Harpoon Calmory. (Sepia sagittata.)
Fig. 3. and 4. The Preke Pour contrel. (Sepia octopodia.)
Fig. 5. The grained Ink-fish. (Sepia granulata.)
Ad00341 04 072a/engMiscellaneous Subjects LXI. Vol. V. No. 70.
NOTHERN APPEARANCES.
Fig. 1. The norhern Light.
Fig. 2. The Sun at midnight.
Ad00341 04 073a/engQuadrupedes LXXIV. Vol. V. No. 71.
REMARKABLES SUCKING ANIMALS.
Fig. 1. The Canada Rat. (Mus bursarius.)
Fig. 2. The Common mouse, white var. (Mus musculus. Var. alba.)
Ad00341 04 074a/engInsects. XL. Vol. V. No. 72.
REMARKABLE INSECTS.
The gigantic Grasshopper. (Gryllus cristatus.)
Ad00341 04 075a/engInsects XLI. Vol. V. No. 73.
BEAUTIFUL GERMAN HAWK-MOTHS.
Fig. 1. The Poplar Sphinx. (Sphinx populi.)
Fig. 2. The lime-tree Sphinx. (Sphinx tiliae.)
Fig. 3. The trunked Sphinx. (Sphinx Elpenor.)
Ad00341 04 076a/engPlants XCIX. Vol. V. No. 74.
GERMAN FRUIT-SORTS.
Fig. 1. The common plum (Prunus domestica.)
Fig. 2. The common cherry. (Prunus avium.)
Ad00341 04 077a/engRoses XVI. Vol. V. No. 75.
VARIETIES OF ROSES.
Fig. 1. The French-Rose. (Rosa gallica. L.)
Fig. 2. The large flesh-coloured Rose. (Rosa truncata carnea major.)
Ad00341 04 078a/engBirds LXXII. Vol. V. No. 76.
GERMAN SINGING BIRDS.
Fig. 1. The Nightingale with ist nest.
Fig. 2. The petti-chaps. (Motacilla Hippolais.)
Ad00341 04 079a/engPlants C. Vol. V. No. 77.
GERMAN FOREST-TREES.
Fig. 1. The common beech. (Fagus sylvatica.)
Fig. 2. The common Elm. (Ulmus campestris.)
Ad00341 04 080a/engPlants CI. Vol. V. No. 78.
GERMAN FRUIT-SORTS.
Fig. 1. The garden-currant tree. (Ribes rubrum.)
Fig. 2. The goose-berry-bush. (Ribes grossularia.)
Ad00341 04 081a/engInsects XLII. Vol. V. No. 79.
MAGNIFICENT FOREIGN BUTTERFLIES.
Fig. 1. The Iujube-tree Moth. (Phalaena Bombyx Paphia.)
Fig. 2. The Claret-Sphinx. (Sphinx Labruscae.)
Ad00341 04 082a/engMiscell. Subj. LXII. Vol. V. No. 80.
REMARKABLE CAVERNS.
The Gnome’s (Erdmanns) cavern near Hasel.
Ad00341 04 083a/engBIRDS LXXIII. Vol. V. No. 81.
BEAUTIFUL FOREIGN BIRDS.
Fig. 1. The Golden Tanager. (Tanagra violacea.)
Fig. 2. The Bishop Tanager. (Tanagra Episcopus.)
Fig. 3. The Paradise Tanager. (Tanagra Tatao.)
Fig. 4. The Orange Grosbeack. (Loxia aurantia.)
Fig. 5. The Java Grosbeack. (Loxia oryzivora.)
Ad00341 04 084a/engPlants CII. Vol. V. No. 82.
WILD FRUIT-KINDS.
Fig. 1. The wild pear. (Pyrus communis.)
Fig. 2. The wild apple. (Pyrus malus.)
Ad00341 04 085a/engInsects XLIII. Vol. V. No. 83.
THE LION-ANT IN IST PIT-FALL.
Ad00341 04 086a/engMiscell. Objects LXIII. Vol. V. No. 84.
THE COMMON FLY MICROSCOPICALLY CONSIDERED.
Ad00341 04 087a/engRoses XVII. Vol. V. No. 85.
DIFFERENT SORTS OF ROSES.
The pale yellow Scotish Rose. (Rosa spinosissima flore flavo.)
Ad00341 04 088a/engBirds LXXIV. Vol. V. No. 86.
BEAUTIFUL FOREIGN BIRDS.
Fig. 1. The Azur flycatcher. (Muscicpa caerulea.)
Fig. 2. The black headed Tanager. (Tanagra atricapilla.)
Fig. 3. Cital Tanager. (Tanagra capitalis.)
Fig. 4. The Paradise flycatcher. (Muscicapa paradisi.)
Fig. 5. The fan-tailed flycatcher. (Muscicapa flabellifera.)
Ad00341 04 089a/engPlants CIII. Vol. V. No. 87.
GERMAN FRUIT SORTS.
Fig. 1. The cornel tree. (Cornus mascula.)
Fig. 2. The german medlar. (Mespilus germanica.)
Ad00341 04 090a/engInsects XLIV. Bd. V. No. 88.
GERMAN MOTHS.
Fig. 1. The gipsey moth. (Phalaena Bombyx dispar.)
Fig. 2. The quercifoliated Moth. (Phalaena Bombyx quercifolia.)
Fig. 3. The Fish-tailed Moth. (Phalaena Bombyx Pruni.)
Ad00341 04 091a/engMiscell. Objects LXIV. Vol. V. No. 89.
REMARKABLE MOUNTAINOUS PASSAGES IN SWITZERLAND.
Fig. 1. The Road over the great mountain of St. Bernard.
Fig. 2. The Road over the mountain of St. Gotthard.
Ad00341 04 092a/engRoses XVIII. Vol. V. No. 90.
DIFFERENT KINDS OF ROSES.
Fig. 1. The lucid Rose. (Rosa lucida.)
Fig. 2. The large truncated Rose. (Rosa truncata major.)
Ad00341 04 093a/engBirds. LXXV. Vol. V. No. 91.
REMARKABLE EXOTICK BIRDS.
Fig. 1. The Rhinoceros-bird. (Buceros Rhinoceros.)
Fig. 2. The Abyssinian Horn-bill. (Buceros abyssinicus.)
Fig. 3. The gold-breasted Paradise-bird. (Paradisea aurea.)
Fig. 4. The blue green Paradise-bird. (Paradisea viridis.)
Ad00341 04 094a/engInsects XLV. Vol. V. No. 92.
NATURAL HISTORY OF THE CROSS-SPIDER.
Ad00341 04 095a/engInsects XLVI. Vol. V. No. 93.
NATURAL HISTORY OF THE CROSS-SPIDER. (Continuation.)
Ad00341 04 096a/engMiscell. Sub. LXV. Vol. V. No. 94
MICROSCOPICK OBSERVATIONS UPON THE CRYSTALLIZATION OF METALS.
Fig. 1. The Tree of copper.
Fig. 2. The Tree of lead.
Fig. 3. The Tree of tin.
Fig. 4. The Tree of Zinc.
Ad00341 04 097a/engMiscellaneous Subjects LXVI. Vol. V. No. 95.
THE OLD PALACE OF THE CZARS OF MOSCOW.
Ad00341 04 098a/engBirds LXXVI. Vol. V. No. 96.
THE CONDUR.
Ad00341 04 099a/engPlants CIV. Vol. V. No. 97.
MEDICINAL PLANTS:
Fig. 1. The lovage leav’d Galbanum. (Bubon galbanum.)
Fig. 2. The Gentian of Austria. (Gentiana pannonica.)
Ad00341 04 100a/engInsects XLVII. Vol. V. No. 98.
BEAUTIFUL GERMAN BUTTERFLIES.
Fig. 1. The great streak’d Fritillary. (Papilio Paphia.)
Fig. 2. The great Argus. (Papilio Arion.)
Fig. 3. The brown-hair streak. (Papilio betulae.)
Fig. 4. The small Tortoise-shell. (Papilio Phlaeas.)
Ad00341 04 101a/engWorms X. Vol. V. No. 99.
THE EAR’D MEDUSA (SEA-NETTLE.)