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I. The Study of Man. By A. C. HADDON. Illustrated. 8°

2. The Groundwork of Science. By ST. GEORGE M1VART.

3. Rivers of North America. By ISRAEL C. RUSSELL. Illustrated.

44. Earth Sculpture; or, The Origin of Land Forms. By JAMES GEIKIE. Illustrated.

5. Volcanoes; Their Structure and Significance. By T. G. BONNEY. Illustrated.

6. Bacteria. By GEORGE NEWMAN. Illustrated.

7. A Book of Whales. By F. E. BEDDARn. Illustrated.

8. Comparative Physiology of the Brain, etc. By JACQUES LOEB. Illustrated.

9. The Stars. By SIMON NEWCOMB. Illustrated.

10. The Basis ofSocial Relations. By DANIEL G. BRIN'roN.

11. Experiments on Animals. By STEPHEN PAGET.

12. Infection and Immunity. By GEORGE M. STERNBERG.

13. Fatigue. By A. Mosso.

14. Earthquakes. ByCLARENCE E. DUTTON. Illustrated.

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EDITED BY professor 3. mctkcen Ctattell, :IDJL, [313.53. AND

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THE ORIGIN OF LAND-FORMS

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IAMES, OEIKIE, LL.D., D.C.L., F.R.S., ETC.

MURCHISON PROFESSOR OF GEOLOGY AND MINERALOGY
IN THE UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH; FORMERLV OF H.M. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
AUTHOR OF "THE GREAT [ca 401:," “PREHIs-romc EUROPE,” ETC.
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NEW YORK

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