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Catalogue of the remaining portion of the library of the late Joseph Frank Payne, M.D. F.R.C.P., Librarian to the Royal College of Physicians; Hon. Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford; Emeritus Harveian Professor; consulting physician to St. Thomas's Hospital; late President of the Pathological, Epidemiological and Dermitological Societies : comprising his collection of rare herbals and other natural history books, a series of the first and later editions of John Milton's writings and Miltoniana, and old and modern books in general literature. Which will be sold by auction by messrs. Sotheby, Wilkinson & Hodge... on Tuesday, the 30th of January, 1912, and following day.
- Payne, Joseph Frank, 1840-1910.
Institutes of botany; : containing accurate, compleat and easy descriptions of all the known genera of plants: translated from the Latin of the celebrated Charles von Linné, Professor of Medicine and Botany in the University of Upsal; First physician to the King of Sweden, Knight of the Polar Star, and member of the most learned societies in Europe. To which are prefixed, I. A view of the ancient and present state of botany. II. A Synopsis, exhibiting the essential or striking characters which serve to discriminate genera of the same class and order; as likewise the secondary characters of each genus, or those derived from the port, habit or general appearance of the plants which compose it.
- Milne, Colin, 1743 or 1744-1815.
- M,DCC,LXXI. [i.e. 1771]
A supplement to the pharmacopoeia : being a treatise on pharmacology in general; including not only the drugs and compounds which are used by practitioners of medicine, but also those which are sold by chemists, druggists, and herbalists, for other purposes; together with a collection of the most useful medical formulæ ; an explanation of the contractions used by physicians and druggists; the medical arrangement of the articles of the London pharmacopeia, with their doses, at one view; a similar list of the indigenous plants of the British islands, which are capable of being used in medicine, &c. ; and also a very copious index, English and Latin, of the various names by which the articles have been known at different periods.
- Gray, Samuel Frederick, 1766-1828.