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An account of Indian serpents collected on the Coast of Coromandel

Russell, Patrick

An account of Indian serpents collected on the Coast of Coromandel

containing descriptions and drawings of each species; together with Experiments and remarks on their several poisons

by Russell, Patrick

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Published by Printed by W. Bulmer for G. Nicol in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India,
  • Coromandel Coast.
    • Subjects:
    • Snakes -- India -- Coromandel Coast.,
    • Reptiles -- India -- Coromandel Coast.

    • Edition Notes

      Microfiche. Zug, Switzerland : Inter Documentation Co., [19--] 23 microfiches ; 9 x 12 cm.

      Statementby Patrick Russell.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsMicrofiche 2002/154
      The Physical Object
      FormatMicroform
      Pagination2 v. in 1
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3665827M
      LC Control Number2002556412
      OCLC/WorldCa3438562

      The Courtship of the Yonghy-Bonghy-Bo Melody - Edward Lear On the Coast of Coromandel, Where the early pumpkins grow, In the middle of the woods Lived the Yonghy-Bonghy-Bo. Two old chairs, and half a candle, One old jug .   In he published on the same scale, at the cost of the company, the first fasciculus of his ‘Account of Indian Serpents collected on the Coast of Coromandel,’ in folio, with forty-six plates, forty-four of which were coloured.

        1. An Account of Indian Serpents, collected on the Coast of Coromandel. Containing Descriptions and Drawings of each Species, together with Experiments and Remarks on their several Poisons. By Patrick Russel], M.D., F.R.S. In two vols, folio. London: 2. North American Herpetology; or, a Description of the Reptiles inhabiting the United. An account of Indian serpents, collected on the coast of Coromandel: containing descriptions and drawings of each species, together with experiments and remarks on their several poisons / By Patrick Russell, Patrick Russell and East India .

      It is nearly two hundred years since the publication in of An Account of Indian Serpents collected on the Coast of Coromandel by Patrick Russell. Within the folio is a drawing and description of the venomous snake called Katuka Rekula Poda in the local Telugu language, whose venom was shown experimentally by Dr Russell to be nearly as lethal as that of Cobra Cited by: 5. Patrick Russell (), An Account of Indian Serpents Collected on the Coast of Coromandel; Containing Descriptions and Drawings of Each Species; Together with Experiments and Remarks on Their Several Poisons (London: W. Bulmer Shakespeare Press), pp. 76– Google ScholarAuthor: S. Jeyaseela Stephen.


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An account of Indian serpents, collected on the coast of Coromandel: containing descriptions and drawings of each species, together with experiments and remarks on their several poisons by Russell, Patrick, An account of Indian serpents, collected on the coast of Coromandel: containing descriptions and drawings of each species, together with experiments and remarks on their several poisons Author: Patrick Russell ; East India Company.

RUSSELL, PATRICK An Account of Indian Serpents, Collected from the Coast of Coromandel. London: Bulmer and Co. Shakespeare-Press, for George Nicol, Folio (21. An account of Indian serpents, collected on the coast of Coromandel; containing descriptions and drawings of each species; together with experiments and remarks on their several poisons.

Author: Patrick Russell ; East India Company. An account of Indian serpents collected on the Coast of Coromandel: containing descriptions and drawings of each species, together with experiments and remarks on their several poisons.; Indian serpents.

An Account of Indian Serpents,Collected On The Coast Of Coromandel - - NON-EXPORTABLEFIRST EDITION OF THE FIRST PUBLISHED WORK ON INDIAN SNAKESTITLE: An accent of Indian Serpents, collected on the Coast of Coromandel; containing descriptions and drawings of each pieces; together with experiments and remarks on their several.

An Account of Indian Serpents, Collected on the Coast of Coromandel; Containing Descriptions and Drawings of Each Species; Together with Experiments and Remarks on their Several Poisons, 2 vol. in one, first edition, engraved portrait, 88 engravings on 83 plates (all but 2 hand-coloured, each with unobtrusive blindstamp within platemark), some dampstaining.

Interestingly, a seaside town in New Zealand’s North Island is named Coromandel Harbour after HMS Coromandel. A ship of the British Royal Navy, it stopped at the town in to purchase kauri spars and was itself named after India’s Coromandel Coast.

Even more, interestingly, there is another theory about how the coast got its name. An account of Indian serpents, collected on the coast of Coromandel: containing descriptions and drawings of each species, together with experiments and remarks on their several poisons / By Patrick Russell, Patrick Russell and East India Company.

An Account of Indian Serpents Collected in the Coast of Coromandel, first edition, 46 engraved plates on 45 sheets, all but 2 hand-coloured, bookplate of T.J.L. Brooke, Mere Hall, contemporary half calf, rebacked, rubbed [Nissen, ZBI ; Wood, p], folio, George Nicol,   An account of Indian serpents, collected on the coast of Coromandel: containing descriptions and drawings of each species, together with experiments and remarks on their several poisons () By Patrick Russell.

This book, set in her beloved India, centers around a hotel on the Coromandel Sea coast, in the middle of an election frenzy. The hotel is full with old friends, an archeological tour, the organizers of one of the election parties, and a young couple on their honeymoon/5.

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Coromandel. book. Read 10 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Cover by Fred Pfeiffer. by ship to India and Coromandel, in pursuit of a dream kindled by an old map showing the Coromandel coast/5. 12 oct. - nemfrog: “Plate XXIV. An account of Indian serpents, collected on the coast of Coromandel.

‘Nagoo’ ‘An Account of Indian Serpents, collected on the Coast of Coromandel’ by Patrick Russell, Russell was the botanist to the East India Company in Madras (Chennai). This is apparently the first book devoted to Indian snakes.

An Account of Indian Serpents, collected on the Coast of Coromandel. London: George Nicol, 2° ( x mm). 46 engraved plates on 45 sheets, all but 2 hand-coloured. (Some foxing to tissue guards, very light browning to a couple of plates.). An Account of Indian Serpents, Collected on the Coast of Coromandel; Containing Descriptions and Drawings of Each Species, Together with Experiments and Remarks on Their Several Poisons.

George Nicol. London. viii + 91 pp. + Plates I.- XLVI. Shaw, G. General Zoology, or Systematic Natural History: Vol. III., Part II. : Reptilia. The first volume of his An Account of Indian Serpents Collected on the Coast of Coromandel was published in with 44 plates. The second volume appeared in four parts, the first two of which were published in and These included 46 coloured plates.

Patrick Russell died on 2 Julythree days after an illness. He was never married. 'An Account of Indian Serpents, collected on the Coast of Coromandel' by Patrick Russell, Russell was the botanist to the East India Company in Madras (Chennai). This is apparently the first book devoted to Indian snakes.From his study of poisonous and harmless snakes came his Account of Indian Serpents, collected on the Coast of Coromandel ().

He also studied fishes and prepared Descriptions and Figures of Two Hundred Fishes collected at Vizagapatam on the Coast of Coromandel ().