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9 “BEAGLE.” THE ZOOLOGY OF THE VOYAGE OF H.M.S.

BEAGLE, under the Command of Capt. FITZROY, 1832-
36. Edited by C. DARWIN. 3 vols., roy. 4to., with 64
plain, and 82 coloured plates ; cloth

1839-43 18 1

CONTENTS
Fossil MAMMALIA, by R. Owen. With 35 plates
MAMMALIA, by G. R. WATERHOUSE. With 32 coloured plates
BIRDS, by J. Gould and G. R. GRAY. With 50 coloured plates

Fish, by L. JENYNS. With 29 plates 10

** ADVENTURE.” Narrative of the Surveying Voyages of H.M. Ships Adventure and Beagle, 1826-36, describing their Examination of the Southern Shores of South America, and the Beagle's Circumnavigation of the Globe. 3 vols.-Appendix to Vol. II. 1 vol.-together, 4 vols., 8vo., with maps, charts, and plates ; hf. bd., uncut

1839 3 4 vols., 8vo., calf gilt, with the bookplate of Charles Drummond

1839 3 1 CONTENTS : Vol. I–Proceedings of the First Expedition, 1826-30,_under the Command of Captain P. Parker King ; vol. II—Proceedings of the Second Expedition, 1831-36, under the Command of Captain Robert Fitzroy ; vol. III—Journal and

Reinarks, 1832-36, by Charles Darwin ; [vol. IV]-Appendix to vol. II.
12 BELT (T.). The NATURALIST in NICARAGUA: a Narrative of a Residence at

the Gold Mines of Chontales ; Journeys in the Savannahs and Forests.
With Observations on Animals and Plants in reference to the Theory
of Evolution of living Bodies. Cr. 8vo., with map and illustrations ;
cloth; VERY SCARCE

1874 11 13 BESCHRYVING der Dieren ... door Th. v. B. Te Amsterdam . 1770.

Sm. 8vo., with 10 coloured plates ; a fine copy in old red morocco, gilt
back, sides, and edges

Amsterdam, 1770 0
The plates of this pretty little volume are very curious. As illustrations of

natural history they must not be taken too seriously.
14 BIOLOGIA CENTRALI-AMERICANA; or, CONTRIBUTIONS

to the KNOWLEDGE of the Fauna and Flora of Mexico and
CENTRAL AMERICA. EDITED by F. DUCANE GODMan and
OSBERT SALVIN. ZOOLOGY Pts. 1-179, roy. 4to.,
all yet published, with more than 1000 plates containing
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Steamer " · Blake” in the Gulf of Mexico, in the Caribbean Sea, and
along the Atlantic Coast of the U. S., from 1887 to 1880. By
A. AGASSIZ. 2 vols., large 8vo., with about 550 illustrations ; cloth
(pub. £2. 2s)

1888 1
The book is described as “A Contribution to American Thalassography.” It
treats of the Florida reefs, North American East coast topography, deep-sea
formations, the pelagic fauna and flora, the Gulf Stream, submarine deposits, the

physiology of deep-sea life, the West Indian fauna, etc.
16 BOLOGNA. Memorie della R. Accademia delle Scienze dell'Instituto di

Bologna. Serie V. Tomo VII–VIII. Sezione delle Scienze Naturali.
2 vols., roy. 4to., with numerous plates ; sd. Bologna, 1897-1900

2: 2

£ s.

d. 17 BRITISH MUSEUM. Catalogue of the Books, Manuscripts, Maps and

Drawings in the British Museum (Natural History). 4to., pp. viii,
500; cloth

1903 1 0 0
This valuable work of reference must be on the shelves of every scientific library.
To the student and bibliographer it is a mine of information accessible in no other

form. 18 First Report on Economic Zoology. By F. V. Theobald. Roy. 8vo., pp. xxxiv, 192; cloth

1903 0 6 0 19 [BUFFON, DAUBENTON, and LACEPEDE). HISTOIRE

NATURELLE, GÉNÉRALE ET PARTICULIERE,
avec la DESCRIPTION du CABINET du Roy. 12 vols. in 43,
4to., with hundreds of plates; a magnificent set in BEAUTI-
FUL OLD FRENCH RED MOROCCO, GILT EDGES, from the
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Paris, 1749-1803 12 0 0
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Oiseaux, 9 vols.—Minéraux, 5 vols.-Ovipares et Serpens, 2 vols.--

Poissons, 5 vols. in 6.
20 CARPENTER (W. B.). Animal Physiology. Post 8vo., pp. xii, 579, with
297 illustrations ; cloth

1851 0 2 6 - CHALLENGER.” Report on the Scientific Results of the Voyage of

H.M.S. Challenger, 1873-76 21 NARRATIVE. Parts I.-II, roy. 4to., with maps, plates, and woodcuts ; cloth (pub. £6. 16s 6d)

1885 2 10 0 9.2 ZOOLOGY. Part VII. Report on the Corals. By H. N. Moseley. Roy. 4to., with 16 plates ; sd. (pub. 158)

1881 ( 8 0 Part X. Report on the Pycnogonida By P. P. C. Hoek. Roy. 4to., with 21 plates ; sd. (pub. 148)

1881 0 7 0 24 Part XI. Report on the Anatomy of the Tubinares. By W. A. Forbes. Roy. 4to., with 7 plates ; sd. (pub. 68)

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1883 06 ( 27

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1888 0 5 0 33 DARWIN (C.). Journal of Researches into the Natural History and

Geology of the Countries visited during the Voyage of H.M.S. Beagle
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1860 0 3 6 37

On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection. Cr. 8vo.,
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1869 0 4 0

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The Variation of Animals and Plants under Domestication. 2 vols., 8vo., cloth (pub. £1. 88)

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012 38 The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals. Cr. 8vo. illustrated; cloth (pub. 12s)

1872 07 39 FORBES (E.) and R. Godwin-Austen. The Natural History of the European Seas. 12mo., cloth

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1883

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scribed below). 77 vols. in 86, 8vo., and 1, impl. 8vo.,
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Critica Botanica Leyden, 1737 curante J. C. D. Schreber.
Corollarium Generum Plantarum 2 vols. Frankfurt, 1789-91

ibid., 1737

the same. Editio nona,
Systema Naturæ Paris, 1744 curante C. Sprengel. 2 vols.
the same. Editio duodecima.

Göttingen, 1830-31
3 vols. Stockholm, 1766-68 Flora Svecica. Editio secunda
the same.
Editio decima

Stockholm, 1755
tertia. Tomus I. Leipzig, 1788 Species Plantarum. Editio secun-
Flora Zeylanica Stockholm, 1747 da. 2 vols. Stockholm, 1762-63
Fundamenta Botanica Halle, 1747

Editio tertia. 2 vols.
Hortus Upsaliensis

Vienna, 1764
Amsterdam, 1748

Editio quarta,
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Leyden, Amsterdam, Stockholm, I-V pt. 2, section 1
and Erlangen, 1749-90

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Berlin, 1797-1830 the same. 10 vols.

the same. Editio sexta VoluErlangen, 1785-90

men primum. Continens Classes Genera Plantarum. Editio quinta Monandriam et Diandriam. Auc

Stockholm, 1754 tore A. Dietrich Berlin, 1831-33 the same. Editio sexta

the same.

Editio critica, ibid., 1764 adstricta, conferta. Edidit the same. Editio octava,

H. E. Richter Leipzig, 1840

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Paris, 1798
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Vienna, 1783 tore A. Dahl Copenhagen, 1787
Philosophie Botanique Paris, 1788 Termini Botanici Hamburg, 1787
Mantissa Plantarum

Entomologia, Fauna Suecicæ De-
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scriptionibus aucta. Curante
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cura Í. E. Smith London, 1792
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the same.

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62 SAVILLE-KENT (W.). . The GREAT BARRIER REEF of AUSTRALIA: its

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63 SCOTLAND. A VERTEBRATE FAUNA OF SCOTLAND.

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[1887]

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