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Page 206 - 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.
Page 206 - 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 be found the Bpecies namej composition, streak or lustre, cleavage or fracture, hardness, specific gravity, fusibility and crystallization.
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Page 188 - Box 105, New Brighton.* New York Academy of Sciences (late Lyceum of Natural History), New York City. Incorporated, April 20, 1818. John S. Newberry, Pres.; AA Julien, Cor. Sec. Annual meeting, fourth Monday in February. The publications of the Academy consist of the "Annals,
Page 206 - It is profusely illustrated, and the printer and engraver charged me about 81,100 before a copy was struck off. By means of the table of species and accompanying tables, most species may be verified. The price-list is an excellent check list, containing the names of al I the species, and the more common varieties, arranged alphabetically and preceded by the species number.
Page 206 - I have now over thirty-five tons, and over $40,000 worth of minerals, mostly crystallized, in stock. It is well recognized that my prices are lower and my specimens more accurately labelled than those of any other dealer in the country. This is mainly due to the immense stock i carry (the largest in 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 Geo.
Page 144 - Prof. RP, Am. Mus. Nat. Hist., 77th St. and 8th Ave., New York, NY Geol., Palteo., Min., Con.
Page 205 - ... histological research in botany and does it with a thoroughness and completeness characteristic of the work of all first-class German naturalists. It begins with a brief account of the microscope itself, its use and care, and gives a plain description of all necessary accessory apparatus, particularly such as are needful in the several departments of microscopical measuring, drawing, photography and spectroscopy, also of the tools, and manipulations, and of the best preserving, staining, mounting...
Page 23 - Cheney, Amos P., Librarian of the Historical, Natural History, and Library Society of South Natick, Mass. Ent. Coll. Ex. (Acts for the society.)* 807 Chesebro, Denison S., Box 327, Syracuse, NY Crustacea, Moll.