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Patterson, Robert
Robert Patterson
Robert Patterson (Irish entomologist)
Роберт Паттерсон
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Allman, George James (1812-1898)
Dickie, George (1813?-1882)
Entomological Society of London
Garrett, James R. (1855)
Thompson, William (1805-1852)
Waterhouse, G. R. (1810-1888)
Waterhouse, George Robert (1810-1888)
Whiteside, James (1804-1876)
Wilde, W. R. (1815-1876)
Wilde, William Robert (1815-1876)
Wilde, William Robert Wills (1815-1876)
Willis, Thomas
address of the conclusion of the third session of the Dublin Statistical Society, The
address on the fourth anniversary of the Entomological Society, Monday, January 22nd, 1838, An
Animals; how they are classified.
atmospheric railway, The : Observations on the Report of Lieut. Colonel Sir Frederick Smith, R.E. and Professor Barlow, on the atmospheric railway. Addressed to Francis Low, Esq. Chairman of the Dublin and Kingstown Railway Company
Botany considered in reference to the arts of design : an introductory address delivered in the theatre of the Royal Dublin Society, at the commencement of the course, April, 1849
Contributions to aural surgery. By W.R. Wilde, ... Part II. The early history of aural surgery, with a nosological chart of diseases of the ear. Extracted from the Dublin Journal of Medical Science for July, 1844
dress-maker." A prize essay., "The
First steps to zoology.
importance of natural history studies to the artist. A lecture delivered at the seventh public distribution of prizes to the pupils of the Royal Dublin Society's Drawing School., The
Inaugural address delivered at the opening of Queen's College, Belfast, 20th December, 1849.
Introduction to zoology, for the use of schools
Is the competition between large and small shops injurious to the community? : Being a lecture delivered in Trinity College, Dublin, in Trinity term, 1851
natural history of Ireland, The
Notes of the acetabuliferous cephalopoda of Ireland; including two new species of rossiœ.
On the asteridœ of the Irish Sea.
On the prevention of dry rot in timber; being the substance of a lecture delivered by Professor Faraday, ... at the Royal Institution, February 22, 1833. With observations, &c
past and the present: an address delivered at a meeting of the Working Classes' Association, in the Music Hall, on October 22, 1849., The
Questions on the subject-matter of sixteen lectures in botany, required for a pass-examination.
reply to the review of Dr. Drummond's First steps to anatomy, contained in the British and Foreign Medical Review, for April, 1846, A
Two letters of Robert Patterson
Ulster nature notes.