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Essay to a theory of the Plight of Birds and Insects, popular treatise, illustrated by woodcuts


, : Essay to a theory of the Plight of Birds and Insects, popular treatise, illustrated by woodcuts.

This appears to be the translation of an original which we have not seen. The subject is treated mechanically; and thereby we may be excused from giving any abstract of the author's theory. [Cf. Ibis, 1870.]

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