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Paper, 'A Continuation of an account of an essay towards a Natural History of Carolina & the Bahama Islandsby Mark Catesby by[sic] FRS with some extracts out of the 7th set' by Cromwell Mortimer

Reference number: CLP/22ii/72

Date: 1736

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Abstract of part seven of Catesby's publication 'The Natural History of Carolina, Florida and the Bahama Islands' (1731-1743), prepared by Royal Society Secretary Cromwell Mortimer, perhaps for the purpose of advertising the publication. Comprises a listing of the species featured in the part, in this case fish other marine life and associated plant species, with select comments on some.

Endorsed 3 June 1736

Account printed in 'Philosophical Transactions', vol 39, issue no 438, p 112

Subject: Botany, Zoology

Reference number
CLP/22ii/72
Earliest possible date
1736
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Ink on paper
Page extent
8 pages
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Manuscript

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Paper, 'A Continuation of an account of an essay towards a Natural History of Carolina & the Bahama Islandsby Mark Catesby by[sic] FRS with some extracts out of the 7th set' by Cromwell Mortimer, 1736, CLP/22ii/72, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/clp_22ii_72/paper-a-continuation-of-an-account-of-an-essay-towards-a-natural-history-of-carolina-the-bahama-islandsby-mark-catesby-bysic-frs-with-some-extracts-out-of-the-7th-set-by-cromwell-mortimer, accessed on 26 May 2024

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