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Wild flowers and their teachings.

Second edition.
Bath : Binns and Goodwin ; London : Whittaker and Co., 1848.
Physical Description:
iv, 94 pages, [37] leaves of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm
Rare Books and Manuscripts
QK50 .W55 1848
Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Fund
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Copyright Status:
Public Domain
Attributed to Mary Matilda Howard.
The 37 plates bear pressed flower specimens, with descriptive text.
"Extracts from well-known and well-approved authors."
Includes indexes.
Title page is wood-engraved.
BAC: British Art Center copy bound in publisher's gilt-stamped red leather. Two inscriptions: "Mary E. Anderson in memory of her friend Jane Eliza Galland from her sisters with their love, Welton Hill, October 1858."; "From Miss Jewitt to Audrey Mary Wilkinson as a keepsake from Carleton School Pontefract May 6th 1921."
Subject Terms:
Anderson, Mary E. -- Presentation inscription from sisters of Jane Eliza Galland.
Flowers in literature.
Flowers in literature.
Jewitt, Miss -- Presentation inscription to Audrey Mary Wilkinson.
Poetry, English.
Pressed flower pictures.
Wild flowers.
Wild flowers.
Wilkinson, Audrey Mary -- Presentation inscription from Miss Jewitt.
Women in natural history.
Dried flowers.
Wood engravings.
Howard, Mary M. (Mary Matilda), 1804-1893, compiler.
Binns and Goodwin, publisher.
Whittaker & Co., publisher.
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