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  1. The British herbal :an history of plants and trees, natives Britain, cultivated for use, or raised for beauty. /by John Hill, M.D.
    By: Hill, John,
    Publication info: London :Printed for T. Osborne and J. Shipton [etc.]1756.
    Contributed by: Missouri Botanical Garden, Peter H. Raven Library
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  2. The construction of timber from its early growth; explained by the microscope, and proved from experiments, in a great variety of kinds: in five books, on the parts of trees; wtheir vessels; and their encrease by growth, and on the different dispositionof thefe parts in various kinds; and the particularities in their vessels, with figures of their various appearances, of the instrument for cutting the; and of the microscope thro' which they were viewed /
    By: Hill, John,
    Publication info: London,Printed for the author; and sold by R. Baldwin, in Pater-Nother Row; J. Ridley, in St. James's-Street; J. Nourse, T. Becket, P. Elmsly, J. Campbell, in the Strand; and T. Davies, in Ruffel-Street, Cov1770.
    Contributed by: NCSU Libraries (archive.org)
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  3. A decade of curious insects : some of them not describ'd before, shewn in their natural size, and as they appear enlarg'd before the Lucernal microscope, in which the solar apparatus is artificially illuminated : With their history, characters, manners, and places of abode, on ten quarto plates, and their explanations : drawn and engraved from nature /
    By: Hill, John,
    Publication info: London :Printed for the author, in St. James's-Street, and sold by B. White, in Fleet-Street; P. Elmsly, in the Strand; Parker, in Cornhill; Baldwin, in Pater-Noster-Row; Ridley, St. James's Street; and J. BaMDCCLXXIII [1773]
    Contributed by: Smithsonian Libraries
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  4. A decade of curious insects: some of them not describ'd before: shewn in their natural size; and as they appear enlarg'd before the lucernal microscope; in which the solar apparatus is artificially illuminated. With their history, characters, manners and places of abode; on ten quarto plates, and their explanations ...
    By: Hill, John,
    Publication info: London,Printed for the author,1773.
    Contributed by: Cornell University Library
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  5. Eden, or, A compleat body of gardening : containing plain and familiar directions for raising the several useful products of a garden, fruits, roots, and herbage, from the practice of the most successful gardeners, and the result of a long experience ... /
    By: Hale, Thomas - Edwards, William H. Camden. - Hill, John, - Osborne, T. - Vanhuysum. - Wale, Samuel,
    Publication info: London :Printed for T. Osborne [and 3 others],1757.
    Contributed by: Missouri Botanical Garden, Peter H. Raven Library
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  6. The family herbal, or, An account of all those English plants, which are remarkable for their virtues, and of the drugs which are produced by vegetables of other countries; with their descriptions and their uses, as proved by experience.
    By: Hill, John,
    Publication info: Bungay :C. Brightly, and T. Kinnersley,[1820?]
    Contributed by: University of California Libraries (archive.org)
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  7. The family herbal; or, An account of all those English plants, which are remarkable for their virtues, and of the drugs which are produced by vegetables of other countries; with their descriptions and their uses, as proved by experience /
    By: Hill, John,
    Publication info: London,George Virtue[1812?]
    Contributed by: Missouri Botanical Garden, Peter H. Raven Library
    BHL Collections: Missouri Botanical Garden's Materia Medica
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  8. Lucina sine concubitu : a treatise humbly addressed to the Royal Society : in which is proved, by most incontestable evidence, drawn from reason and practice, that a woman may conceive and be brought to bed, without any commerce with man ;
    By: Hill, John, - Goldsmid, Edmund,
    Publication info: Edinburgh :Privately printed,1885.
    Contributed by: Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine (archive.org)
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  9. The useful family herbal, or, An account of all those English plants, which are remarkable for their virtues : and of the drugs, which are produced by vegetables of other countries : with their descriptions, and their uses, as proved by experience : illustrated with figures of the most useful English plants : with an introduction ... and an appendix containing a proposal for the farther seeking into the virtues of English herbs, and the manner of doing it with ease and safety : the whole intended for the use of families, and for the instruction of those who are desirous of relieving the distressed sick /
    By: Hill, John, - Jeffreys, Thomas. - W. Johnstone. - W. Owen.
    Publication info: London :Printed for W. Johnston ... and :W. Owen ...,1755.
    Contributed by: Missouri Botanical Garden, Peter H. Raven Library
    BHL Collections: Missouri Botanical Garden's Materia Medica
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  10. The useful family herbal: or, An account of all those English plants, which are remarkable for their virtues and of the drugs which are produced by vegetables of other countries. With their descriptions, and their uses, as proved by experience. Illustrated with figures of the most useful English plants. With an introduction ... and an appendix ... .
    By: Hill, John,
    Publication info: London,W. Owen,1770.
    Contributed by: Missouri Botanical Garden, Peter H. Raven Library
    BHL Collections: Missouri Botanical Garden's Materia Medica
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