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Published by Printed for William Innys in London .
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Fossils of all kinds: digested into a method, suitable to their mutual relation and affinity: with the names by which they were known to the antients, and those by which they are at this day known: and notes conducing to the setting forth the natural history, and the main uses, of some of the most considerable of them: as also several papers tending to the further advancement of the. Fossils of All Kinds Digested into a Method, Suitable to their Mutual Relation and Affinity. Get access. Buy the print book Check if you have access via personal or institutional login. Log in Register Recommend to librarian LETTERS RELATING TO THE METHOD OF FOSSILS Get by: 1. Fossils.- Woodward (John) Fossils of all kinds, digested into a method, suitable to their mutual relation and affinity; With The Names by which they were known to the Antients, and those by which they are at this Day known, first edition, 7 engraved plates (1 folding), folding letterpress table, with the rare 2 unpaginated ff. of 'Preface' bound between pp 1p. advertisements at end. Fossils of All Kinds, Digested into a Method, Suitable to their Mutual Relation and Affinity, 7 engraved plates and one folding table, ownership inscriptions and bookplate of Hugh Davies Griffith (of Caerhun), a few early ink annotations, contemporary calf, rubbed, 8vo, William Innys,

  Fossils.- Woodward (John) Fossils of all kinds, digested into a method, suitable to their mutual relation and affinity; With The Names by which they were known to the Antients, and those by which they are at this Day known, first edition, 7 engraved plates (1 folding), folding letterpress table, with the rare 2 unpaginated ff. of 'Preface' bound between pp 1p. advertisements at end. More editions of Fossils of all kinds, digested into a method, suitable to their mutual relation and affinity; As also several papers tending to the further of minerals, By John Woodward, : Fossils of all kinds, digested into a method, suitable to their mutual relation and affinity;. 1. Author(s): Woodward,John,; Medical Society of London,; Wellcome Institute for the History of Medicine. Library, Title(s): Fossils of all kinds, digested into a method, suitable to their mutual relation and affinity : as also several papers tending to the further advancement of the knowledge of minerals / by John Woodward. Fossils of all kinds, digested into a method, suitable to their mutual relation and affinity; / by John Woodward Woodward, John, [ Book: ] View online (access conditions) At 4 .

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