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The Sentimental Naturalist [by L. Chappelow], c. 1809

Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Nn.01.33

Scope and Contents

'The sentimental naturalist, containing a series of descriptive pictures, taken from the vegetable and animal kingdoms. The latter arranged according to the celebrated system of Linnæus, with an eulogium and biographical anecdotes of that great naturalist. By a fellow of the Royal and Linnæan Societies.' [Rev. L. Chappelow]. This poem, which contains 15,197 lines, and is illustrated with copious notes, is written out by its author for the press. The author held the livings of Roydon and Burston in Norfolk, and died in 1820. Prefixed are some letters respecting its publication; but the author was unable to find a publisher.


  • Creation: c. 1809


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1 volume(s) (4 separately numbered parts)

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Custodial History

Presented to the Library 15 April 1861 by the Rev. L. Jenyns, Chappelow's great nephew.

Physical Description


Repository Details

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