THE REGION OF THE AXE . It was our original intention to have confined our
researches to “ The Ferns of the Axe ” -the Ferns of the parishes through which
the Axe and its tributaries flow — but the romantic dells of Uplyme , the bold hills
Author: Zachary James EdwardsPublish On: 2020-04-22
This is a reproduction of the original artefact. Generally these books are created from careful scans of the original. This allows us to preserve the book accurately and present it in the way the author intended.
Author: Zachary James Edwards
This is a reproduction of the original artefact. Generally these books are created from careful scans of the original. This allows us to preserve the book accurately and present it in the way the author intended. Since the original versions are generally quite old, there may occasionally be certain imperfections within these reproductions. We're happy to make these classics available again for future generations to enjoy!
EDWARDS ( L. I. ) Ferns of the Axe and its Tributaries ; also of Lyme , Charmouth
, Uplime , and Monkton Wyld , with an account of Lobelia Urens , with 4 plates
and engravings , 8vo , cloth , gilt , 1862 , 6s the same , enlarged edition , with 5 ...
Author: British Pteridological SocietyPublish On: 1967
Written in German , but invaluable for its 90 excellent fern photographs ) .
Edwards Rev Z J THE FERNS OF THE AXE 1866 Hamilton Adams , London . (
Describes the species and varieties found in the valleys of the Axe and its tributaries ) .
... through Several Parts of the West of England ( Tiverton , 1800 ) Z.I. Edmunds , The Ferns of the Axe and its Tributaries ( 1862 ) D.M.A. Espriella ( R.
Author: John F. Travis
Publisher: University of Exeter Press
Relating the development of Devon's seaside resorts to the wider processes of social and economic change, this study explains why early tourists were drawn to the remote Devon coast and shows how fishing villages were transformed into fashionable watering places. Themes covered include bathing rituals and sea-water drinking, health cures and cholera epidemics, sophisticated amusements and improving recreations, paddle-steamers and excursion trains.
... Edition of his “ General View of the Writings of Linnæus , " London , 1805 ,
together with his engraved portrait by P. Roberts , from a painting by T. Beach .
EDWARDS ( ZACHARY JAMES ) , M.A. The FERNS of the Axe and its TRIBUTARIES ...
A very precise and interesting account of it , as an Axminster species , is to be
found in a little book entitled “ The Ferns of the Axe and its Tributaries , with an
Account of the flower Lobelia urens , ' by the Rev. Z. I. Edwards , published in
Duae dissertationes : in quarum priore probatur variantes The ferns of the Axe and its tributaries ; also of Lyme , lectiones et menda quae in Sacram Scripturam
irrepferunt , Charmouth , Uplyme , and Monkton Wyld , with an account non ...
Author: John Clavell Mansel-PleydellPublish On: 1874
Or, A Catalogue of Plants Found in the County of Dorset, with Sketches of Its
Geology and Physical Geography John ... Ed . Ferns . - Ferns of the Axe and its Tributaries . By Rev. Z. J. Edwards . 1866 . E. B. - English Botany ; or , Coloured ...
MA 1827. Rector, Combe Pyne, Devon, 1840. Ferns of the Axe and its Tributaries 1862. Ferns at BM(NH). EDWIN, Mrs. Mary (fl. 1890s) Of Norwood, London.
Author: Ray Desmond
Publisher: CRC Press
Over the past four centuries botanists and gardeners in the British Isles have gathered, maintained and propagated many varying species of plants. Their work has been documented in innumerable books and articles which are often difficult to trace. The Dictionary of British and Irish Botanists and Horticulturalists represents a time-saving reference source for those who wish to discover more about the lives and achievements of the horticulturalists listed. The dictionary's utility comes not only from indicating the major publications of the named authors, but also the location of their herbaria and manuscripts.; The previous 1977 edition of the Dictionary has for many years been a much used source of information for botanists, botanic artists and archivists. In this revised edition the scope has been expanded to include among its 13,000 entries flower painters in addition to botanical artists over 1400 entries and, for the first time, garden designers.; Finally the Dictionary should have international appeal since so many botanists and gardeners worked on collective plants overseas, in particular in North America and the British Commonwealth.; Each entry gives, wherever possible, details of dates and places of birth and death, educational qualifications, professional posts, honours and awards, publications, location of plant collections, manuscripts, drawings and portraits. Its main function, however, is to provide further biographical references to books and periodicals. Comprehensive classified indices facilitate access by professions and activities, countries, and plant interests.
Author: Free public library and News-rooms Committee, PlymouthPublish On: 1878
... Spry ) 1167 Narrative of a Voyage to the South Seas ( By C. M. Goodridge )
1168 Gwreans An Bys : a Cornish Mystery ( W. Stokes ) 1169 Lectures on
Painting and Design ( B. R. Haydon ) 1170 Ferns of the Axe and its Tributaries (
Author: Free public library and News-rooms Committee, Plymouth