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1 AN Account of the Places in the severall Counties of England, where

Dr. Woodward's Native Fossills were procured from. Places where Dr. Woodward's English extraneous Fossills were found. Names of Places whence Mr. Loyd had his Fossills. Loca Angliæ, ex quibus Lysterus Fossilia sua extraxit. Fossills where found by Dr. Plott in Staffordshire.


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