INCEPTION

1.(First in the Field, 14)
2.First in the Field, 13)

3. (Mark Catesby's _Natural History of America.)

4. (Vol I, Preface, p. V.)

5. (Dale to Sherard,February 24, 1718 (Royal Society: Sherard Letters,196 qtd. in _Mark catesby's Natural History in America_, 13-14)

6. (Frick and Stearns
1961, 18 qtd. in Mark catesby's Natural History in America_, 14)

7.(In the Presence
of Nature, 128).

8. (Mark Catesby's Natural
History, 14).

9. Foot note -- David Brigham treats the topic
of Catesby's sponsors in great detail in his article "Mark Catesby
and the Patronage of Natural History in the First Half of the Eighteenth
Century" in _Empire's Nature_.

COLLECTION

1. (Mark catesby's Natural History of America, 14).

2. (Mark catesby's Natural History of America, 15)

3. (Vol. I, preface, ix also qtd in Mark catesby's Natural History of America, 15).

4. (Mark Catesby's Natural History of America, 15).

5. (Catesby to Sherard, December 9, 1722 (Royal Society: Sherard Letters, 176, qtd in Mark catesby's Natural History of America, 15).

6. (Mark Catesby's Natural History of America, 15)

7. (Volume I, 14)

8. (Volume II, page 45)

9. (for a full and excellent discussion see "Picturing a World in Flux" in Empire's Nature, pp. 228-261).

PUBLICATION

1.("The Patronage of Natural History" in _Empire's Nature_ 109.)

2. (Mark Catesby's Natural History of America, 17)

3. (Mark Catesby's Natural History of America, 16).

4.(Mark catesby's Natural History of America, 26)

5. (Catesby, qtd. in Mark Catesby's Natural History of America, 17)

6. (Catesby, I, xi)

7. (Mark catesby's Natural History of America, 18)

8. (Mark Catesby's Natural History of America, 18)

9. ("The Patronage of Natural History" in _Empire's Nature_ 93)

10. ("The Patronage of Natural History" in _Empire's Nature_ 112).

RECEPTION

1.("Mark Catesby in _Smithsonian_ 97)

2. (In the Presence of Nature, 139).

3. (Smithsonian, 97)