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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Richard Pulteney; William George Maton; Carl Troilius; Carl von Linné
|Notes:||Traduit de: The Swedish ms., consisting of 80 folio pages, was sent in 1770 by Linnaeus to Dr. C.F. Mennander, Archbishop of Upsala, who commenced a translation into Latin. In 1779 Mr. Fredenheim, son of the Archbishop conveyed the Diary and other MSS. to Robert Gordon, of Cadiz, to be printed in England. Mr. Gordon died soon after, and the ms. were sold by his executors to J. Mawman, the publisher of this second edition.|
|Description:||xv, 595 p. : ill., 2 pls., 2 ports., 1 folded chart ; 29 cm.|
|Other Titles:||Pulteney's view of Linneaus
Pulteney's view of the writings of Linneaus