The history of Glanville's Wotton

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1878 - 80 pages
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Page 342 - the thorax. Through the microscope it looks like a little black bag. I think it must belong to the Acari. Not having seen any account of it, I propose to call it Homopterophagus Dorsettensis.
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Page 342 - I wish to call attention to a very curious black parasite, about the size of a mustard-seed, adhering to the side of various species of the
Page 31 - Formerly common, but none have been seen for thirty years. It used to breed in the Middlemarsh Woods;
Page 10 - The Church, which is dedicated to God in honour of the Blessed Virgin Mary,
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Page 19 - a bracket on each side of the east window; that on the north

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