Natural history -- Norway -- Early works to 1800. : The natural history of Norway: Containing, A particular and accurate Account of the Templerature of the Air, the different Soils, Waters, Vegetables, Metals, Minerals, Stones, Beasts, Birds, and Fishes; together with the Dispositions, Customs, and Manner of Living of the Inhabitants: Interspersed with Physiological Notes from eminent Writers, and Transactions of Academies. In two parts. Translated from the Danish original of the Right Revd. Erich Pontoppidan, Bishop of Bergen in Norway, and Member of the Royal Academy of Sciences at Copenhagen. Illustrated with copper plates, and a general map of Norway.
Natural history -- Norway -- Spitsbergen Island -- Early works to 1800. : A collection of documents on Spitzbergen & Greenland [electronic resource] : comprising a translation from F. Martens' Voyage to Spitzbergen, a translation from Isaac de La Peyrère's Histoire du Groenland, and God's power and providence in the preservation of eight men in Greenland nine moneths and twelve dayes / edited by Adam White.
Natural history -- Nova Scotia. : The description and natural history of the coasts of North America (Acadia) / by Nicolas Denys ; translated and edited, with a memoir of the author, collateral documents, and a reprint of the original, by William F. Ganong.
Natural history -- Oceania -- Early works to 1800. : An account of a voyage in search of La Ṕerouse : undertaken by order of the Constituent Assembly of France, and performed in the years 1791, 1792, and 1793, in the Recherche and Esṕerance, Ships of War, Under the Command of Rear-Admiral Bruni D'Entrecasteaux. Translated from the French of M. Labillardìere, Correspondent of the ci-devant Academy of Sciences, Member of the Society of Natural History of Paris, and-one of the Naturalists attached to the Expedition. In two volumes. Illustrated by Engravings, and a Chart Exhibiting the Track of the Ships. Vol. I.
Williams, John, approximately 1730-1795. : The mineralogy of Derbyshire : with a description of the most interesting mines in the north of England, in Scotland, and in Wales; and an analysis of Mr. Williams's work, intitled "The mineral kingdom." Subjoined is a glossary of the terms and phrases used by miners in Derbyshire / By John Mawe.
Natural history -- Orient. : A supplement to a book entituled Travels, or observations, &c. : wherein some objections, lately made against it, are fully considered and answered: with several additional remarks and dissertations. By Thomas Shaw, D. D. F. R. S. Principal of St. Edmund Hall, and Regius Professor of Greek, in the University of Oxford.