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New illustration of the sexual system of Carolus von Linnaeus : and the temple of Flora, or garden of nature.  Volume 1 of 1

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 Illustration of Carolus Linnĉus [grayscale] - View in detail
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 Illustration of Carolus Linnĉus [color] - View in detail
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 Illustration of Portrait of Her Majesty - View in detail
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 DEDICATION.
 of modern Poets,
 PRELIMINARY OBSERVATIONS.
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 Preliminary Observations
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 Analysis, or Division of Calyxes into their Several Kinds - View in detail
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 The Different Kinds of Calyx.
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 Analysis, or Division of Corollas into their Several Kinds - View in detail
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 Different Kinds of Corolla.
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 Different Kinds of Nectaries.
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 Analysis, or Division of Pericarps into their Several Kinds. - View in detail
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 Different Kinds of Pericarps.
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 Different Kinds of Seeds.
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 The Prize Dissertation on the Sexes of Plants, by Carolus von Linnĉus; - View in detail
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 Illustration of The Universal Power of Love. - View in detail
 On THE SEXES OF PLANTS.
 Afterwards,
 these persons equally
 Pistacia,*
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 Illustration of Sir Thos. Millington, F.R.S. - View in detail
 The English report,
 if it be allowed
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 Illustration of Farina of Flowers as observed by the Microscope, Published by Geoffroy in the Year 1711. - View in detail
 Camerarius,*
 globule verdàtre
 "The farina of the Corona
 But none better
 oration published by
 His method of
 Permansit sine
 "Morus itaque
 And this Doctrine,
 In order rightly
 In the more perfect
 the abysses of the sea,
 In the same manner
 are seen naked
 Of these vessels,
 By degrees,
 FIRST EXPERIMENT.
 On another day
 The Nymphĉ Alba
 SIXTH AND SEVENTH OBSERVATIONS.
 and such is our present
 to collapse,
 placed in contact
 SIXTH EXPERIMENT.
 Some of the
 EIGHTH EXPERIMENT.
 To relate more
 From the female
 FIRST EXAMPLE.
 I could name, [sid image?]
 Here then is
 tion, I shall consecrate
 I shall not tire
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 PART SECOND.
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 THE Sexual System of CAROLUS VON LINNĈUS - View in detail
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 Illustration of Linnĉus in his Lapland Dress. [grayscale] - View in detail
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 Illustration of Linnĉus in his Lapland Dress. [color] - View in detail
 LINNĈUS EXPLORES LAPLAND.
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 ORIGIN OF THE SEXUAL SYSTEM.
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 EXPLANATION OF THE ANALYSIS* of the SEXUAL SYSTEM of CAROLUS VON LINNĈUS.
 I. Whether the flowers are 'Bisexual,'
 Of different lengths
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 Symbolical Representation of the Sexual System. - View in detail
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 ORDERS of the Sexual System. TABLE. - View in detail
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 SYNTHESÌS OF THE SEXUAL SYSTEM.
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 THE REFORMED SEXUAL SYSTEM.
 APOLOGY.
 PART THIRD.
 With Flowers the Graces bind their golden hair,
 Picturesque BOTANICAL PLATES Of the New Illustration of the Sexual System of Linnĉus: By Robert John Thornton MD. - View in detail
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 The Temple of Flora, - View in detail
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 PICTURESQUE BOTANICAL PLATES, ILLUSTRATIVE of the SEXUAL SYSTEM of CAROLUS VON LINNĈUS.
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 Contents - View in detail
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 These Plates Are most Humbly Inscribed to Her Gracious Majesty - View in detail
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 By Her Majesty's Most obedient And devoted Servant - View in detail
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 Select Plants. - View in detail
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 Illustration of Flora dispensing Her Favours on the Earth. - View in detail
 EXPLANATION OF THE PICTURESQUE PLATES.
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 Illustration of Ĉsculapius, Flora, Ceres and Cupid honouring the Bust of Linnĉus. - View in detail
 FLORA, ĈSCULAPIUS, CERES, WITH CUPID, HONOURING THE BUST OF LINNĈUS.
 II.
 IV.
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 Illustration of And thou, divine LINNĈUS! Trac'd my Reign, - View in detail
 CUPID INSPIRING PLANTS WITH LOVE.
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 PROEM. THE CARD OF INVITATION.
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 Illustration of The Snowdrop. - View in detail
 A GROUP OF HYACINTHS.
 Though no warm,
 January 28, the Crocus
 March 1, the Spurge Laurel
 Her father chides
 "The King of Gods
 The Nymph is
 "Ah! Rather perish
 Illustration of The Persian Clyclamen. - View in detail
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 "Sweet Nursling!
 Alas! Its no
 vation, when the wind
 April 12, the Cowslip
 April 16, the Daffodil
 "Preserve the beauteous
 His naked bosom
 The sun is dress'd
 Illustration of Hyacinths. - View in detail
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 Illustration of Roses. - View in detail
 A GROUP OF ROSES.
 "Assemble all,
 Anacreon thus
 And hear the Zephyr's languid sighs,
 When, rising from the silvery stream,
 And bade them bloom,
 The fugaciousness
 Hear then the Muse--
 The married are resembled
 The flow'rs she wore
 By uplands, and the greenwood-side,
 THE INVITATION.
 FIRST ODE TO SPRING.
 SECOND ODE TO SPRING.
 Blest Season!
 THIRD ODE TO SPRING.
 STANZAS AGAINST WAR.
 SECOND ODE AGAINST WAR.
 Shall she not mourn
 THE NOBLE SENTIMENTS OF HER MOST GRACIOUS MAJESTY CHARLOTTE, QUEEN OF THE UNITED KINGDOM, AGAINST WAR.
 ravage the soil
 Conscious I am,
 Now wing'd by fear
 ADDRESS TO VENUS AND CUPID.
 ON THE HAPPY RETURN OF PEACE.*
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 Illustration of A Group of Carnations. - View in detail
 A GROUP OF CARNATIONS.
 of the Stamina,
 Pol. Wherefore, gentle maiden,
 also barren,
 Why knows the Nightingale to sing?
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 Illustration of A Group of Auriculas - View in detail
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 Illustration of A Group of Auriculas - View in detail
 A GROUP OF AURICULAS.
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 Illustration of Tulips - View in detail
 A GROUP OF TULIPS.
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 TULIP ROOT.
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 Illustration of The Queen. - View in detail
 STRELITZIA REGINĈ, OR, QUEEN - PLANT.
 Amid her shapes minute while others pry,
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 Illustration of The Aloe. - View in detail
 AMERICAN ALOE, OR AGAVE AMERICANA.
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 Illustration of The Nodding Renealmia. - View in detail
 RENEALMIA NUTANS; OR, NODDING RENEALMIA.
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 Illustration of The Night-Blowing Cereus. - View in detail
 NIGHT-BLOWING CEREUS, OR, CACTUS GRANDIFLORUS.
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 Illustration of The oblique-leaved Begonia. - View in detail
 OBLIQUE-LEAVED BEGONIA, OR, BEGONIA OBLIQUA.
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 TO THE BUTTERFLY.*
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 Illustration of Large Flowering Sensitive Plant. - View in detail
 MIMOSA GRANDIFLORA; OR, LARGE-FLOWERING SENSITIVE PLANT.
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 THE HUMMING-BIRD.*
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 Illustration of The Blue Passion Flower. - View in detail
 PASSIFLORA CERULEA; OR, COMMON BLUE PASSION-FLOWER.
 for the purpose of impregnation.
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 Illustration of The Winged Passion-Flower. - View in detail
 THE WINGED PASSION-FLOWER, OR, PASSIFLORA ALATA.
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 Illustration of The Quandrangular Passion-flower. - View in detail
 PASSIFLORA QUADRANGULARIS; OR, QUADRANGULAR PASSION FLOWER.
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 Illustration of The White Lily - with Variegated-leaves. - View in detail
 WHITE LILY, OR, LILIUM ALBUM.
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 If it be allowed to mix
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 Illustration of The Superb Lily. - View in detail
 THE SUPERB LILY; OR, LILIUM SUPERBUM.
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 Illustration of The Dragon Arum. - View in detail
 ARUM DRACUNCULUS, OR, DRAGON ARUM.
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 Illustration of The Maggot-bearing Stapelia. - View in detail
 MAGGOT-BEARING STAPELLIA. STAPELIA HIRSUTA.
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 Illustration of American Bog Plants. I. Telid Pothos. II. Pitcher Plant. III. Venus's Fly Trap. - View in detail
 POTHOS FOETIDA; OR FETID POTHOS.
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 SARRACENIA FLAVA; OR, YELLOW PITCHER-PLANT.
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 DIONĈA MUSCIPULA; OR, VENUS'S FLY-TRAP.
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 THE FLY.*
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 Illustration of The Pontic Rhododendron. - View in detail
 RHODODENDRON PONTICUM, OR, PONTIC RHODODENDRON.
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 THE BEE.
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 Illustration of The American Cowslip. - View in detail
 AMERICAN COWSLIP, OR, MEADIA.
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 Illustration of The Narrow-leaved Kalmia. - View in detail
 KALMIA ANGUSTIFOLIA; OR, NARROW-LEAVED KALMIA.
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 Illustration of The China Limodoron. - View in detail
 LIMODORON TANKERVILLIĈ; OR, CHINESE LIMODORON.
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 Illustration of Indian Reed. - View in detail
 INDIAN REED; OR, CANNA INDICA.
 Thus, where Benares'
 "After the mournful sacrifice,
 RECITATIVE.
 NOTES TO THE CANNA INDICA.
 at thy word, are transient.
 Secondly, his Power.
 had an idea of creation.
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 Illustration of The Sacred Egyptian Bean - View in detail
 NYMPHĈA NELUMBO; OR, SACRED EGYPTIAN BEAN.
 What first impell'd thee to exert thy might?
 But, pensive, on the lotos-leaf* he lay,
 Then Brahama his own mind surveyed,
 On the Nelumbium,
 In raptur'd strains thy praise was hymn'd of old,*
 Hence, not unconscious to his orient beam,
 When, at their noontide height, his fervid rays,
 Nor food to the enlighten'd mind alone,-
 Did raging pestilence her shores invade
 nificent treasures of gold,
 But far beyond the bounds of Afric borne,
 Where'er fair Science dawn'd on Asia's shore,
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 Illustration of The Blue Egyptian Water-Lily. - View in detail
 NYMPHĈA COERULEA; OR, BLUE EGYPTIAN WATER-LILY.
 Nile's crimson'd waves with blood polluted roll,
 Of that bold race, beneath the Pleiads born,
 It is taught in Eastern Mythology,
 Drinks the pure fragrance of her breath,
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 APOLOGY TO MY SUBSCRIBERS.
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 LINES ADDRESSED TO DOCTOR THORNTON ON HIS BOTANIC GARDEN.
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 VERSES ADDRESSED TO DR. THORNTON, ON THE COMPLETION OF HIS TEMPLE OF FLORA, OR GARDEN OF NATURE.
 Or pours the Ganges thro' the wide spread plain,
 FLORA JEALOUS.
 Compact the spot, it prov'd her happiest pow'r;
 Th' unfolding leaf, the soft bud newly burst,
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 CONTENTS - View in detail
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 Illustration of Pitcher Plant. - View in detail
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 ANALYSIS OF THE SEXUAL SYSTEM OF LINNĈUS. - View in detail
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