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A HANDBOOK OF INDIAN FERNS.
By COLONEL R. H. BEDDOME, F.L.S.,
Late Conservator of Forests, Madras.
" It is the first special book of portable size and moderate price which has been devoted to Indian Ferns, and is in every way deserving of the extensive circulation it is sure to obtain."aNature.
" I have just seen a new work on Indian Ferns which will prove vastly interesting, not only to the Indian people, but to the botanists of this country."aIndian Daily News.
' a The * Ferns of India. ' This is a good book, being of a useful and trustworthy character. The species are familiarly described, and most of them illustrated by small figures."aGardeners' Chronicle.
"Those interested in botany will do well to procure a new work on the ' Ferns of British India.' The work will prove a first-class text book."aFree Press.
SUPPLEMENT to the FERUS OF BRITISH INDIA, etc.
By COLONEL R. H. BEDDOME.
Containing Ferns which have been discovered since the publication of " The Handbook to the Ferns of British India" etc.
HOW TO CHOOSE A DOG, e HOW TO SELECT A PUPPY.
TOGETHER WITH A FEW NOTES UPON THE PECULIARITIES AND CHARACTERISTICS OF EACH BREED.
BY VERO SHAW,
Author of " The Illustrated Book o/the Dog" late Kennel Editor of the "Field"
This small work will give in a brief, yet compendious form, the various Breedsa their CharacteristicsaPointsaAverage Weights at various Ages from six weeks to full growthaPoints to look for in choosing average age at which'the breed arrives at maturity, etc. The book is prepared in response to the innumerable inquiries showered upon the Author in his editorial capacity, and will form an invaluable guide in the selection of Dogs, as well as an aide-memoir to all.
W. THACKER e CO., 87 NEWGATE STREET, LONDON