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8. d 4309 WARE (I.). A COMPLETE Body of ARCHITECTURE. Large folio, with 122 plates; an excellent copy in old calf
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numerous well-executed illustrations, maps, and pedigrees; cloth 1899 1 10 0 4313 WEDGWOOD. Papers relative to Mr. Champion's Application to
Parliament, for the Extension of the Term of a Patent. 12mo., 36 pp.;
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London, 1777 0 15 0 4315 the same. Sixth Edition. 8vo., with 2 tinted plates; sd.
Etruria, 1787 1 15 0 Best edition and very rare, containing 2 hitherto unpublished coloured plates of
Description des Vases, et autres Ornemens d'après les Antiques,
Londres, 1779 1 0 0 4317
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Etrurie, 1788 2 0 0 4318 An Address to the Workmen in the Pottery, on the Subject of
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Newcastle, Staff's., 1783 1 1 0 4319 the same—Description and Use of a Thermometer for measuring the Higher Degrees of Heat. By Josiah Wedgwood, 1784.-A Cata
1779-84 2 10 0 4320 The Life of JOSIAH WEDGWOOD. With an introductory Sketch
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OLD WEDGWOOD. The DECORATIVE or ARTISTIC CERAMIC Work, in colour and relief, invented and produced by Josiah WEDGWOOD, at Etruria, in Staffordshire, 1760-1794. Biographical and Descriptive Chapters, a List of Marks used at Etruria and explanatory Text to each Object illustrated, by Frederick RATHBONE.
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1802 4338 ADAMS (H. and A. A.). THE GENERA OF RECENT MOLLUSCA.
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1858 4339 ADAMS (A. Leith). Dentition and Osteology of the Maltese Fossil
Elephants, being a Description of Remains discovered by the Author in
Zoological Society, 1875 4340 ADVENTURE AND BEAGLE VOYAGES. KING, FITZROY, and Darwin.
Narrative of the Surveying Voyages of H. M. Ships ADVENTURE and
1839 4342 AGASSIZ (Louis). CONTRIBUTIONS to the NATURAL History of the
UNITED STATES of America. 4 vols., impl. 4to., with 77 plates, some
Boston, 1857-62 4313
1857-62 4344 ATCHISON (J. E. T.). Zoology of the Afghan Delimitation Commission.
Roy. 4to., 90 pp., with 2 maps and 9 plates, four of which are coLOURED;
Linnean Society, 1889 4345 ALDER (Joshua) and Albany HANCOCK. MONOGRAPH of the BRITISH
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prising an Account of the Zoological Results of the two Expeditions to
200 The commercial and political value of Yunnan as a rich Chinese province on the borders India and Burma, has immensely increased since the annexation of the Burmese empire. It is not only the door of communication between British India and China, but is in itself a territory of great natural wealth, destined to become more and
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ZOOLOGY OF EGYPT: REPTILIA AND BATRACHIA. Roy. 4to., lxv and 372 pp., with woodcuts, map of Egypt, Nubia and the Sudan, 7 illustrations of Physical Features in the Introduction, 41 COLOURED and ll uncoloured plates; cloth
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" The first step towards the preparation of this volume was the formation of a collection of the Reptiles and Batrachians of Egypt. This was an absolute necessity, as these groups were evidently so poorly represented in the Museums of this country and in those of Europe, that it would have been impossible to have derived from them any just conception of the extent of these constituents of the Egyptian Fauna. Moreover, in Great Britain, as on the Continent, it was a rare circumstance to find a specimen with any more definite locality assigned to it than · Egypt,''Nubia,' or the Sudan.'
“In forming the Collection which was to serve as the basis of this volume, an endeavour was made to obtain as many specimens as possible from a diversity of accurately ascertained and registered localities, distributed over as wide an area as possible.
“While in Egypt, in 1892, I drew up a Memorandum, pointing out the lack of