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1 Janet Browne History of Science Harvard University Illustrations as substitute specimens

2 A Articles for the Voyage Paper Drawing –ditto- Cartridgeditto-- Pens Pencils Ink India Ink Brushes Colours of all kinds Drawing Instruments An Insect Box A Pin Specimen Box A Lead ditto for preserving Seeds Flower Potts Gun Powder Shot & Pistols Trinkets for the Natives

3 Civet cat from Cassiano dal Pozzos Paper Museum 1615

4 Corals from Cassiano dal Pozzos Paper Museum 1615

5 Copies of the Codex Badianus (1552) from Cassiano dal Pozzos Paper Museum made in 1626 to circulate to fellow botanists

6 Magnolia, from Catesbys Natural History, 1731

7 Magnolia altissima (grandiflora) by Georg Ehret, 1743

8 Kangeroo Macropus giganteus by George Stubbs, 1772

9 Édouard de Montulés drawing of Peales mastodon skeleton, 1816 Alexander Andersons image of the Mammoth of New York 1802

10 Platypus (no name given) From J.F. Bertuch, Bilderbuch für Kinder, 1798 John Gould, Mammals of Australia,

11 Abraham D. Bartlett, taxidermist and later superintendant of Londons Zoological Gardens Photograph 1858 My first gorilla Joseph Wolf, Troglodytes gorilla, 1858


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