History of Science Collection

The power of movement in plants.
By Charles Darwin, assisted by Francis Darwin., Freeman 311.
The story of a boulder : or, Gleanings from the note-book of a field geologist
by Archibald Geikie ..., Stamp on p. [2] of cover: Ãneas G. Gordon, Kettle Manse, Fife.
The theory of the earth: containing an account of the original of the earth, and of all the general changes which it hath already undergone, or is to undergo, till the consummation of all things.
v. 1. The two first books, Concerning the Deluge, and Concerning Paradise.--v. 2. The two last books, Concerning the burning of the world, and Concerning the new heavens and new earth., Engraved half-titles., Dedication signed: Thomas Burnet., In four books; second and fourth book each have special t.-p., Published first in Latin, with title: Telluris theoria sacra, 1681-89., "Review of the Theory of the earth," with special title-page and separate paging, bound at end of [v. 2]
The theory of the earth: containing an account of the original of the earth, and of all the general changes which it hath already undergone, or is to undergo, till the consummation of all things.
v. 1. The two first books, Concerning the Deluge, and Concerning Paradise.--v. 2. The two last books, Concerning the burning of the world, and Concerning the new heavens and new earth., Engraved half-titles., Dedication signed: Thomas Burnet., In four books; second and fourth book each have special t.-p., Published first in Latin, with title: Telluris theoria sacra, 1681-89., "Review of the Theory of the earth," with special title-page and separate paging, bound at end of [v. 2]
The thirteen books of Euclid's Elements
I. Introduction and books I, II.--II. Books III-IX.--III. Books X-XIII and appendix., tr. from the text of Heiberg, with introduction and commentary by T.L. Heath.
The wonders of geology; or A familiar exposition of geological phenomena; being the substance of a course of lectures delivered at Brighton.
By Gideon Algernon Mantell., Paged continuously; v. 1 : 1 p. l., xvi, 428 p., 4 l.; v. 2: vii, [429]-795 p., 6 l., [797]-804, [24] p., Each plate accompanied by leaf with descriptive letterpress., Each volume had added title page: The wonders of geology, by Gideon Algernon Mantell.
The wonders of geology; or A familiar exposition of geological phenomena; being the substance of a course of lectures delivered at Brighton.
By Gideon Algernon Mantell., Paged continuously; v. 1 : 1 p. l., xvi, 428 p., 4 l.; v. 2: vii, [429]-795 p., 6 l., [797]-804, [24] p., Each plate accompanied by leaf with descriptive letterpress., Each volume had added title page: The wonders of geology, by Gideon Algernon Mantell.
The works of Aristotle, the famous philosopher : in four parts containing : I. His Complete master-piece : displaying the secrets of nature in the generation of man, to which is added, The family physician, being approved remedies for the several distempe
Part 3 has special title page: 43rd ed. London : Printed for the Company of Stationers, 1788., Part 4 has special title page: London : Printed for the Booksellers, 1784., Handwritten notes throughout text.
Theatrum botanicvm : the theater of plants, or, An herball of a large extent, containing therein a more ample and exact history and declaration of the physicall herbs and plants that are in other authours, encreased by the accesse of many hundreds of new,
collected by John Parkinson., Includes indexes., Errors in pagination: 132-133 repeated; 142-143, 1653-1662 omitted; p. 311, 314, 608, 729, incorrectly numbered 310, 318, 908, 727; text is continuous.