"We visited," writes P. Wakefield in 1814, "the 'Physic or Botanic Garden,' commenced by the Company of Apothecaries in 1673, and patronised by Sir Hans Sloane, who granted the freehold of the premises to the company on condition that they should present annually to the Royal Society specimens of fifty new plants till their number should amount. The Apothecaries' Garden - Sue Minter, Sutton Publishing, 2000 Memoirs of the Botanic Garden at Chelsea Belonging to the Society of Apothecaries of London by Henry Field & Robert Hunter Semple, Society of Apothecaries, London, 1878 The Plant Hunters, 3450 years of searching for green treasure - Michael Tyler-Whittle, Heinemann, 1970.
The Physick-Garden at Chelsea. On the north side of the garden is a spacious green-house, built about the year 1732, after a design of Mr. Edward Oakley, 110 feet in length, over which is a library containing a large collection of botanical works, and numerous specimens of dried plants; adjoining to the library are apartments for the gardener. Frequently, these spheres were not only intellectually but also geographically bounded. Academic botany was pursued within the walls of medical schools such as Oxford, Cambridge and Leiden; the Chelsea physic garden was a focal point for the society of apothecaries, providing botanical training for.
The convey- ance was made "to the end that the said garden might at all times thereafter be continued as a Physick Garden, and ' Field, H., and Semple, R. H. Memoirs of the Botanic Garden at Chelsea. London, 1878. ''The Society of Apothecaries itself was formed in 1617 "that the ignorance and rashness of presumptuous Empirics and unexpert men. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK US Genealogy Lincoln Collection. National Emergency Library. Top American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library. Open Library.
The books on which the following history chiefly depends are Faulkner's History of Chel- sea, 1829; Field and Semple's Memoirs of the Botanic Garden at Chelsea, 1878, and Barrett's History of the Society of Apothecaries, 1905. This plant catalogue is in two parts. The first, published in 1801, provides a list, organised according to the Linnaean system, of the hothouse and greenhouse plants in the newly established Botanic Gardens at Glasnevin, near Dublin, and the second, from 1802, is a guide to all the plants in the gardens, including the arboretum and 'Hortus tinctoria', where dye plants important for the Irish. On the Worshipful Society's herborizing, see R. H. Semple, Memoirs of the Botanic Garden at Chelsea belonging to the Society of Apothecaries of London. By the late Henry Field, Esq. Revised, corrected, and continued to the present time Gilbert and Rivington, London, 1878, pp. 130–142. By this time Sir Hans Sloane had become well acquainted with the position of affairs at the Chelsea garden, and in 1722 he generously conveyed the land to the Society of Apothecaries, in the form of a perpetual lease at the yearly rental of £5, as long as they preserved it to its original purpose as a botanic garden, and on the further. NASA Images Solar System Collection Ames Research Center. Brooklyn Museum. Full text of "Catalogue of the library of the Society of Apothecaries" See other formats.
Oxford Botanic Garden and Arboretum: A Brief History. Oxford, UK: Bodleian Library. Stungo, R. 1993. The Royal Society specimens from the Chelsea Physic Garden 1722-1799. Notes and Records of the Royal Society of London, 472, 213-224. Memoirs, historical and illustrative, of the Botanic Garden at Chelsea belonging to the Society of Apothecaries of London. with illustrations, plans of the garden, and a catalogue of the plants, arranged according to the natural system; Memoria para una bibliografía científica de. Mar 05, 2020 · Chelsea Physic Garden – The Chelsea Physic Garden was established by the Worshipful Society of Apothecaries as the Apothecaries’ Garden in London in 1673 on a site originally leased from Sir John Danvers. It is the second oldest botanical garden in Great Britain, after the University of Oxford's 1621. In 1713, Dr Hans Sloane purchased the adjacent Manor of Chelsea,. Sir Joseph Banks, 1st Baronet, GCB, PRS 24 February [O.S. 13 February] 1743 – 19 June 1820 was an English naturalist, botanist, and patron of the natural sciences. Banks made his name on the 1766 natural-history expedition to Newfoundland and Labrador.He took part in Captain James Cook's first great voyage 1768–1771, visiting Brazil, Tahiti, and after 6 months in New Zealand. Jun 28, 2018 · New York Society Library Circulation Records for Alexander Hosack, 1789-1805. Memoirs Historical and Illustrative of the Botanic Garden at Chelsea. London: R..
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LVIII. A catalogue of the fifty plants from Chelsea garden, presented to the Royal Society by the worshipful company of apothecaries, for the year 1759, pursuant to the direction of Sir Hans Sloane, Baronet, Med. Reg. & Soc. Reg. nuper by præses, John Wilmer, M.. Botanicus Digital Library. Botanicus is a freely accessible portal to historic botanical literature from the Missouri Botanical Garden Library. Botanicus is made possible through support from the Institute of Museum and Library Services, W.M. Keck Foundation, and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
Memoirs, historical and illustrative, of the Botanick Garden at Chelsea: belonging to the Society of Apothecaries of London / View Metadata By: Field, Henry, - Royal College of Physicians of London. In 1822 he became assistant secretary to the Horticultural Society, and was elected Fellow of the Royal Society in 1828. He was Professor of Botany at University College, London, from 1829 to 1860. Published in 1838, Flora Medica is a systematic reference work written to help medical students understand the botanical characteristics and.
Memoirs Historical and Illustrative, of the Botanick Garden at Chelsea; Belonging to the Society of Apothecaries of London, 1820, front blank with manuscript inscription “Presented to Thomas. Mar 28, 2019 · Petiver, J. 1714–1716. Botanicum hortense IV. Giving an account of divers rare plants observed the last summer A.D. 1714 in several curious gardens about London, and particularly the Society of Apothecaries Physick-Garden at Chelsea. Phil. Trans. 29:. Feb 01, 2018 · This article will examine four gardens established in Britain and Ireland between 1760 and 1800: the institutional botanic garden at Leith Walk, Edinburgh, opened in 1768 by John Hope; John Coakley Lettsom's private garden at Camberwell, London, established from 1779; William Curtis's semi-public London botanic garden, which moved locations in south London originally opened in 1779,.
Manuscripts, Archives and Special Collections MASC at Washington State University Libraries offers to scholars the major part of the personal library of Leonard and Virginia Woolf, comprising some 4,000 titles, which was still in the possession of Leonard Woolf before his death in 1969.1 The Libraries acquired the first boxes from the Woolfs’ London home and from the Monks House in Rodmell. The botanic garden, for scientific classing of plants. The animated garden, or menagerie. “Merlin’s Cave,” that appears to have housed a waxwork collection as well as the library of which Stephen Duck was. so many other Scots unwelcome to Wilkes and Johnson, came to seek fortune in London. He got a place at the Physic Garden of. When the Cambridge Historical Society was founded in 1905, members would meet in private homes and on the Harvard campus and read to each other articles they had written about Cambridge history. Between 1906 and 1979, these lectures were published as The Proceedings of the Cambridge Historical Society. View the Finding Aid for The Proceedings here.
Nov 05, 2018 · Oxford Botanic Garden and Arboretum: A Brief History. Oxford, UK: Bodleian Library. Stungo, R. 1993. The Royal Society specimens from the Chelsea Physic Garden 1722-1799. Notes and Records of the Royal Society of London, 472, 213-224. The bibliography is a full and useful one. R. WILDING H. LE ROUGETEL. The Chelsea gardener. Philip Miller 1691-1771. Natural History Museum Publications, London: 1990. Pp 212; illustrated. Price: Â£14.95. ISBN 0-565-01101-4. The Society of Apothecaries physic garden was established in Chelsea. In addition to being a very beautiful publication, the Botanical Magazine is notable for being the longest running botanical periodical featuring color illustrations of plants. 1 The first issue of the magazine was published in 1787 by William Curtis 1746-1799 and today it is published by Kew Gardens. 1,2 Curtis, an apothecary turned botanist, was the botanic demonstrator to the Society of. The library was very extensive, containing many valuable editions of the Greek and Latin Classics, a numerous series of historical works, and the voluminous Transactions and Memoirs of the Royal Society. The collection of manuscript p. 45 and printed music was also very considerable. Mr.
John Lindley 1799–1865, foundation Professor of Botany in the University of London now University College London from 1829 until 1860 and lecturer in botany to the Apothecaries Company from 1836, was simultaneously a paid officer of the Royal Horticultural Society from 1821 until 1858. The flora of the Pacific coast and of the Lake Superior region is specially complete. In 1882 he presented to the State Medical Society an exhaustive list of medicinal plants indigenous to Michigan, an addition to the botanic knowledge of the State and the country which is of the utmost value.
I wouldn’t say that the History of Science Society is a plant-focused organization, but enough historians involved in botanical history in various ways have infiltrated the association that there are always sessions of interest at its annual meeting see last post.. One I had to attend included two speakers whose work I had read. Fabrizio Baldassarri of the University of Bucharest.
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