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ISNI: 
0000 0000 8374 6932
Name: 
Harris, Moise
Harris, Moses
Dates: 
1731-ca. 1785
Creation class: 
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Language material
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Creation role: 
illustrator
Related names: 
Birren, Faber (1900-)
Drury, Dru (1725-1803))
Harris, Moses (1731-1785))
Martyn, William Frederick
Marx, Enid (1902-1998)
Pevsner, Nikolaus (1902-1983)
Riley, Norman Denbigh (1890-1979)
Robson (London)
Westwood, John Obadiah (1805-1893)
White, Benjamin (175.?-18..; libraire))
Titles: 
[An] exposition of English insects, with curious observations and remarks, wherein each insect is particularly described; its parts and properties considered; the different sexes distinguished, and the natural history faithfully related. The whole illustrated with copper plates, drawn, engraved, and coloured by the author, Moses Harris.
Aurelian, The : or, natural history of English insects; namely, moths and butterflies. Together with the plants on which they feed; ... and their standard names, as given and established by the ... Society of Aurelians. Drawn, engraved and coloured, from the natural subjects themselves. By Moses Harris ...
English Lepidoptera: or, the Aurelian's pocket companion:, The : containing a catalogue of upward of four hundred moths and butterflies, the food of their respective caterpillars, the time of changing into chrysalis, and appearance in the winged state: : also, the places where they frequent and are usually found; with a concise description of each, and their dimensions. By Moses Harris ...
exposition of English insects including the several classes of Neuroptera, Hymenoptera, & Diptera, or bees, flies, & libelullæ Exhibiting on 51 copper plates near 500 figures, accurately drawn, & highly finished in colours, ... By Moses Harris., An
Illustrations of natural history. Wherein are exhibited upwards of two hundred and forty figures of exotic insects, according to their different genera ... With a particular description of each insect: interspersed with remarks and reflections on the nature and properites of many of them. By D. Drury. To which is added a translation into French ....
natural system of coulours (1766), The : a facsimile edition of what is perhaps the rarest known book in the literature of color
new dictionary of natural history; or, compleat universal display of animated nature. With accurate representations of the most curious and beautiful animals, elegantly coloured. By William Frederic Martyn. In two volumes. Volume the second., A
Some British moths
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