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COMPLETE INTRODUCTION TO NATURAL HISTORY.
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THE CABINET OF NATURAL HISTORY.
By the Rev. J. S. HENSLOW, M.A. F.L.S. &c.; J. PHILLIPS, Esq.
The following are the Contents of the "Cabinet of Natural History," forming a complete series of Treatises on all branches of Natural History:
Preliminary Discourse on the Study of Natural History.
And Treatises on
Quadrupeds, 1 vol.
Geology, 2 vols.
Fishes and Reptiles, 2 vols.
The Habits and Instincts of
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INTRODUCTION TO THE
MODERN CLASSIFICATION OF INSECTS;
Comprising an Account of the Habits and Transformations of the different Families; a Synopsis of all the British, and a Notice of the more remarkable Foreign Genera. By J. O. WESTWOOD, Sec. Ent. Soc. London, F.L.S. &c. 2 vols. 8vo. illustrated with above 150 Woodcuts, comprising about Two Thousand Five Hundred distinct Figures, 2. 7s. cloth lettered.
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A MANUAL OF BRITISH COLEOPTERA,
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THE CONTINUOUS HISTORY OF THE LABOURS AND
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HISTORY OF ENGLAND,
From the Earliest Period to the Death of Elizabeth.
By SHARON TURNER, Esq. F.A.S. R. A. S. L. &c.
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HISTORY OF THE ANGLO-SAXONS;
HISTORY OF ENGLAND DURING THE MIDDLE AGES;
HISTORY OF THE REIGN OF HENRY VIII.
HISTORY OF THE REIGNS OF EDWARD VI.
Being the Second Part of the Modern History of England.
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Death of the Fox
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