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Natural Science. 0917: Anon., A Dictionary of Natural History

Author: Anon.
Title: A dictionary of natural history; or, complete summary of zoology containing a full and succinct description of all the animated beings in nature; namely quadrupeds, birds, amphibious animals, fishes, insects and worms. Displaying their respective classes, orders, genera, species and varieties according to the arrangement of the most celebrated naturalists. The hole forming a complete delineation of all the numerous creatures which compose the animal kingdom as also all the fabulous animals of antiquity. To which is prefixed a series of illustrative definitions explaining the necessary technical and scientific terms; exhibiting the modes and properties of the different classes of animals and shewing the different arrangements of naturalists. Elucidating the justly admired science of natural history and tending to facilitate its requirements
Cat. Number: 0917
Date: 1802
1st Edition:
Pub. Place: London
Publisher: J. Scatcherd, W. Peacock, Vernor and Hood and J. Harris
Price: Unknown
Pages: 1 vol., c.400pp. (unpaged)
Size: 12.5 x 9.5 cm

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