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London: (W.Bulmer and Co), circa 1799.
Explaining the mystery of Bessborough's dogQuarto, folding plate, 24 pp.; new wrappers. Explaining the mystery of Lord Bessborough's dog, Sir Everard Home discusses hermaphroditism in all manner of animals including man, referring to anatomists such as Hunter, Baron Haller, and Cheselden, and making...
London: W. Bulmer and Co., 1802.
The earliest scientific notice of the echidna, in a special author's pre-issueQuarto, 19 pp. and four large folding plates; contemporary (? original) neat quarter red roan binding. The first scientific notice of the echidna: this important separately-issued pamphlet is very rare in this...
London: W.Bulmer and Co, 1804.
Snakes preserved at the Hunterian MuseumQuarto offprint, title-page, 7 pp., engraved plate; recent wrappers. Detailed monograph on the venom glands of deadly serpents, with a detailed engraved plate, published as an offprint of the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society.Sir Everard Home (1756-1832) was...