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THE FLORA OF THE NILGIRI AND PULNEY HILL-TOPS (above 6,500 feet) Being The Wild and Commoner Introduced Flowering Plants Round the Hill-Stations of Ootacumund , Kotagiri and Kodaikanal [and] Including the Country Round Coonoor ... [3 vol. set]
Madras: Printed by The superintendent, Government Press, 1915. Complete in three volumes; vol. I & II were published in 1915 and the supplementary vol. III was published in 1920 [ the supplement covered plants of the lower elevations of the Nilgiris and the Palani hills and also of the Servarayans]. "With 580 full page illustrations and 4 maps by Lady Bourne, Mrs Fyson and Others." Vol. I is text, pp. xxvi, 475; vol. II is illustrations; pp.[2], plts. 1-286; vol. III supplement, pp. xviii, 136; plts. 287-581. An errata slip and separate slip highlighting collection of the Sir Alfred and Lady Bourne tipped into vol. I. Uniformly bound in the publisher's green cloth with gilt lettering and decoration, a little general wear and rubbing and cloth somewhat marked, but bindings remain firm. Contents clean and tight. A very good set. The rare original editions.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. 8vo (14.5 x 21.5 cm).
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