James Petiver

James Petiver (c. 1665 – c. 2 April 1718) was a London apothecary, a fellow of the Royal Society as well as London's informal Temple Coffee House Botany Club, famous for his specimen collections in which he traded and study of botany and entomology. He corresponded with John Ray and some of his notes and specimens were used by Carolus Linnaeus in descriptions of new species. The genus ''Petiveria'' was named in his honour by Charles Plumier. His collections were bought by Sir Hans Sloane and became a part of the natural history museum. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Petiver, James
Published 1717
Printed for the author

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by Petiver, James
Published 1715
Printed for James Petiver in Aldersgate-street

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by Petiver, James
Published 1715
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by Petiver, James
Published 1715
Ex ædibus Jacobi Petiver, Plateâ vulgò dictâ Aldersgate-street

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by Petiver, James
Published 1717
Sumptibus authoris, Plateâ vulgò dictâ Aldersgate-street

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by Petiver, James
Published 1716
Ex ædibus Jacobi Petiver

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by Petiver, James
Published 1717
Sumptibus authoris, Plateâ vulgò dictâ Aldersgate-street

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by Petiver, James
Published 1716
Printed for James Petiver in Aldergate-street, MDCCXVI. Where these books are ready to be delivered, and subscriptions taken in

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by Petiver, James
Published 1713
Printed for Mr. Christopher Bateman, bookseller in Pater-noster-row, where subscriptions are taken and the figures delivered

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by Petiver, James
Published 1716
Printed for James Petiver

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by Petiver, James
Published 1716
Printed for James Petiver