Essays and observations on natural history, anatomy, physiology, psychology, and geology, Volume 2

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J. Van Voorst, 1861 - Science

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Page 520 - The Powers of the Creator Displayed in the Creation ; or, Observations on Life amidst the various forms of the Humbler Tribes of Animated Nature ; with Practical Comments and Illustrations.
Page 511 - Geographical and Comparative List of the Birds of Europe and North America.
Page 517 - Diatpmaceae ; with Remarks on their Structure, Functions, and Distribution ; and Instructions for Collecting and Preserving Specimens. By the Rev. WILLIAM SMITH. The Plates by TUFFEN WEST. In 2 vols. royal 8vo ; Vol. I. 21.
Page 513 - Introduction to Conchology ; or Elements of the Natural History of Molluscous Animals. By GEORGE JOHNSTON, MD, LL.D., Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, author of ' A History of the British Zoophytes.
Page 520 - Anatomical Manipulation ; or, The Methods of pursuing Practical Investigations in Comparative Anatomy and Physiology. Also an Introduction to the Use of the Microscope, &c. By ALFRED TULK, MRCS, MES ; and ARTHUR HENFREY, FLS, M.Micr.S.
Page 519 - T. Rymer) General Outline of the Organization of the Animal Kingdom, and Manual of Comparative Anatomy, illustrated with 571 engravings, thick 8vo, half roan, gilt top (pub l lis 6d), 6s. Van Voorst. Jones
Page 522 - ELEMENTS OF PRACTICAL KNOWLEDGE; or, The Young Inquirer Answered. Explaining in Question and Answer, and in familiar language, what most things daily used, seen, or talked of, are; what they are made of, where found, and to what uses applied.
Page 523 - And a Series of Illustrations of the Window Tracery of the Decorated Style of Ecclesiastical Architecture. Edited, with descriptions, by Mr.
Page 523 - ... families are noticed in this work, and besides the several descriptions of fish, fishing-nets, and boats, are included also mermaids, tritons, and shell-fish. Nearly seventy ancient seals are described, and upwards of twenty subjects in stained glass.
Page 514 - The World of Insects; a Guide to its Wonders. By JW DOUGLAS, Secretary to the Entomological Society of London. This work contains rambling observations on the more interesting members of the Insect World to be found in the House, the Garden, the...

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