Celebration at Flushing, of the birth-day of Linnaeus, by the New-York Branch of the Linnaean Society of Paris; as reported for the New-York Statesman.
|Corporate Author:||Societé linnéenne de Paris.|
[New York] Office of the Statesman [printed by William A. Mercein], May, 1824.
Linné, Carl von,
The New York Statesman was printed by William A. Mercein, for Carter & Prentiss, editors and proprietors, in 1824.
Includes remarks by De Witt Clinton, Drs. Pascalis, Akerly, and Mitchill, an Ode to Linnaeus, by J.R. Sutermeister, and an essay on the use of pyroligneous acid, by George Houston.
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