Natural history, for the use of schools; founded on the Linnaean arrangement of animals; with Popular Descriptions in the Manner of Goldsmith and Buffon. Illustrated by Thirty-Eight Copperplates, representing One Hundred and Fifty of the most curious Objects. By William Mavor, LL.D. Vicar of Hurley, Berkshire, Chaplain to the Earl of Dumfries, Author of the British Nepos, &c. &c. &c

Publication Date1800
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