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  • Date is exactly "1866"

rb_fa_vol.03_03.pdf
The Flora Australiensis, written by George Bentham with the assistance of Ferdinand Mueller was the most complete colonial flora ever. It was originally published in seven unillustrated volumes from 1863 - 1878.

rb_fa_vol.03_02.pdf
The Flora Australiensis, written by George Bentham with the assistance of Ferdinand Mueller was the most complete colonial flora ever. It was originally published in seven unillustrated volumes from 1863 - 1878.

rb_fa_vol.03_01.pdf
The Flora Australiensis, written by George Bentham with the assistance of Ferdinand Mueller was the most complete colonial flora ever. It was originally published in seven unillustrated volumes from 1863 - 1878.

rb_Yellowbacks_006.pdf
Originally published as a three-volume novel, this yellow-back was the seventh edition of Dinah Craik's Agatha's Husband. The cover and title page attribute the book to "the author of John Halifax, Gentleman," which was Craik's best-known novel.