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First edition, 12mo, , 5-7, v, , 344pp., including 4pp., list of subscribers, cont. cloth-backed boards, printed paper labels to spine (a little chipped), corners lightly bumped but overall a very good copy. The four page list of subscribers includes "The Right Hon. Lord Byron, Newstead". The printers, S. and J. Ridge of Newark, were printers of Lord Byron's first three works, "Fugitive Pieces, 1806", "Poems on Various Occasions, 1807" and "Hours of Idleness, 1807". The author is described on the title-page as "Nurseyman and Seedsman, Newark". The Ordoyno family kept a nursery in Newark from 1776 to 1812; the business is then thought to have been sold to a Joseph Withers. Dobbin, 8. N° de ref. de la librería
Título: Flora Nottinghamiensis, or a Systematic ...
Editorial: Newark: Printed for the Author by S. and J. Ridge
Año de publicación: 1807
Descripción 1st. Ed. Pub. By the Author, Newark. 1807, 1807. Hardcover. pp., 5-7, v, , 344. Crown 8vo. Contemporary cloth-backed boards with printed label to spine, which is chipped around edges. Boards showing some minor wear at spine ends and along edges. Some scattered foxing to contents which are in vg. condition. Some pages uncut. A vg. copy of this scarce flora. Nº de ref. de la librería 50046
Descripción Printed for The Author, By S. And J. Ridge., London, 1807. Hardback. Estado de conservación: Good. Wear to boards, corners bmpd. Spine title label worn. Rear board sl. weak. Nº de ref. de la librería 023375