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1. The natural history of British shells: ... By E. Donovan, ... [pt.2]

It is about half the size of Mytilus Modiolus, and in some respects resembles it; but is distinguished by the very remarkable and peculiar structure of its hinge; the space opposite ... In the general description he says the outside is a little uneven,

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2. [OTA] The natural history of British shells: ... By E. Donovan, ... [pt.2]

Anglesea. It is about half the size of Mytilus Modiolus, and in some respects resembles it; but is distinguished by the very remarkable and peculiar [Page] structure of its hinge; the ... In the general description he says the outside is a little uneven,

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3. ota.ox.ac.uk/text/3858.txt

It is about half the size of Mytilus Modiolus, and in some respects resembles it; but is distinguished by the very remarkable and peculiar structure of its hinge; the space opposite ... In the general description he says the outside is a little uneven,

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4. ota.ox.ac.uk/text/5069.txt

De Cordis in Embryone Vasorum structura, &sanguinis juxta eam circuitu Dissertatione.

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5. [TCP] Spectatissimis integritate et syncera religione, virtute et sapientia viris plurimum observandis, D. Johanni Winthropo; cæterisque confoederatarum Nov-Angliæ Coloniarum gubernatoribus et magistratibus vigilantissimis: una cum reverendissimis, doct

Imprints. ORthographia consuetudini serviens saepiùs mutata est. Graecae linguae structura est maximè harmonica.

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6. ota.ox.ac.uk/text/5037.txt

THE Habitable World DESCRIBED. Inscribed by Permission to His Royal Highness Frederick DUKE OF YORK, &c. &c. HONI SOIT QUI MAL Y PENSE LONDON: Published as the Act directs, by the Author. No. 62. Wardour-Street Soho. 1788. THE HABITABLE WORLD

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7. ota.ox.ac.uk/text/3917.txt

ELEMENTS OF CRITICISM. VOLUME II. EDINBURGH: Printed for A. MILLAR, London; AND A. KINCAID &J. BELL, Edinburgh. MDCCLXII. ELEMENTS OF CRITICISM. CHAP. X. Congruity and Propriety. MAN is distinguished from the brute creation, not more remarkably by

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8. Historical and biographical sketches of the progress of botany in England, from its origin to the introduction of the Linnæan system: By Richard Pulteney, ... [pt.2]

Pulteney, Richard, 1730-1801. University of Oxford Text Archive Oxford University Computing Services 13 Banbury Road Oxford OX2 6NN ota@oucs.ox.ac.uk http://ota.ox.ac.uk/id/4665 1106016645 9781106016645 K066646.002 CW3307040310 0179600402

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9. [OTA] Historical and biographical sketches of the progress of botany in England, from its origin to the introduction of the Linnæan system: By Richard Pulteney, ... [pt.2]

O xford T ext A rchive:. HISTORICAL AND BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES OF THE PROGRESS OF BOTANY IN ENGLAND, FROM ITS ORIGIN TO THE INTRODUCTION OF THE LINNAEAN SYSTEM. BY RICHARD PULTENEY, M.D. F.R.S. IN TWO VOLUMES. LONDON: PRINTED FOR T. CADELL, IN

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10. The natural history of British shells: ... By E. Donovan, ... [pt.2]

structure of its hinge; the space opposite to it is bent inwards, in a winding manner, into a deep rugged cavity, which when the shells are closed, form a deep hollow, ... but not rugged. nor of. a leaved or flakey structure. as the common Oyster: he

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