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Page 252 - Challenger," with a Narrative of Experience on Sea and on Land. By JOHN JAMES WILD, Artist and Secretary to the Expedition. [In active preparation. Bards and Blossoms; or, the Poetry, History, and Associations of Flowers. With Eight Floral Plates, Illuminated in Gold and Colours. By FE HULME, FLS, FSA, Marlborough College.
Page 251 - AGRICULTURAL STUDENTS AND FARMERS. Animals of the Farm : their Structure and Physiology. By JOHN F. HODGES, MD, FCS, &c. Second Edition, revised by the Author. Numerous Illustrations. Small Octavo, Cloth, 2/6. " This work discusses succinctly, and without too many technicalities, the physiology of the greater number of domestic animals.