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Page 223 - For sale by all booksellers. Sent, post-paid, on receipt of price by the Publishers, HOUGHTON, MIFFLIN & COMPANY, BOSTON AND NEW YORK.
Page 221 - The price list is an excellent check list, containing the names of all the species and the more common varieties, arranged alphabetically and preceded by the species number. The species number indicates the place of any mineral in the table of species ; after it will...
Page 221 - The collections of 100 illustrate all the principal species and all the grand subdivisions in Dana and other works on Mineralogy; all the principal Ores, etc., etc.
Page 221 - I have now over forty tons, and over $50,000 worth of Minerals, mostly crystallized, in stock. It is well recognized that my prices are lower and my specimens better labeled than those of any other dealer in the country. This is mainly due to the immense stock I carry (the largest of minerals of any in the country) and my system of printed labels attached to the specimens. Catalogue of 2,500 species of Shells, made for me by George \V.
Page 213 - ... synonymy, geographical and geological distribution, with detailed descriptions of large numbers of new species ; and a copious Index and Table of Contents. The number of species enumerated is 725. The plates include about 300 excellent figures. MINOT'S Birds of New England. LandBirds and Game-Birds of New England, with Descriptions of Birds, their Nests and Eggs, their Habits and Mates. By HD MINOT. Illustrated by outline cuts. 456 pages.
Page 266 - MD, FRS, Keeper of the Natural History collections in the Museum of Science and Art, Edinburgh, Scotland.
Page 223 - ... there are sentences of his as perfect as anything in the language, and thoughts as clearly crystallized; his metaphors and images are .always fresh from the soil...
Page 221 - This .is mainly due to the immense stock I carry (the largest of minerals of any in the country) and my system of printed labels attached to the specimens. Catalogue of 2,500 species of Shells, made for me by George W. Tryon, Jr., who has labeled nearly all my shells, 3 cents; printed on heavy paper, with genus label list, 10 cents.
Page 213 - THE TECHNOLOGY OF BACTERIA INVESTIGATION. By Dr. CS Dolley. Containing directions for the Study of Bacteria, their culture, staining, inoculation, mounting, etc. 1 vol. 12mo. Cloth, 2.00 On Labrador. LABRADOR: Its Peoples, Industries and Natural History. By WA Stearns. The only book published on this interesting, but little-known country. 1 vol. 12mo. Cloth, 1.75...