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Page 46 - Report of the Proceedings of the Geological and Polytechnic Society of the West Riding of Yorkshire.
Page 50 - University on the condition of the State Cabinet of natural history, and the historical and antiquarian collection annexed thereto.
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Page 97 - Next the external branchiae began to be absorbed, and the animal came more frequently to the surface of the water for air. As the change went on, the spots gradually extended over the rest of the body; the external...
Page 153 - Geology which was to tear the secrets of time from the bosom of the earth. Of this expedition let his companion, Mr. Brigham, tell. "When Dr. Asa Gray was told I was soon to visit the Hawaiian Islands he asked me to collect the very peculiar flora of that group, and suggested the propriety of asking Horace Mann to accompany me. It was a short notice, but his friends advised him to go, and he joined me in California. From that time, for more than a year, we were constant companions, and many a long...
Page 54 - A Notice of the Origin, Progress, and Present Condition of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia " (1852) ; and " Notes and Commentaries during Voyages to Brazil and China, 1848