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Page 428 - Nearly six hundred families are noticed in this work, and besides the several descriptions of fish. fishing-nets. and boats. are included also mermaids, tritons, and shell-fish. Nearly seventy ancient seals are described, and upwards of twenty subjects in stained glass.
Page 427 - Eggs in this edition are from different specimens to those figured in the previous editions. Systematic Catalogue of the Eggs of British Birds, arranged with a View to supersede the use of Labels for Eggs. By the Rev. SC MALAN, MA, MAS On writing-paper. 8vo, 8s. 6d.