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RITTER'S GEOGRAPHICAL STUDIES. Translated from the German of Carl Ritter, by Rev. W. L. GAGE. With a Sketch of the Author's Life, and a Portrait. 12mo, cloth, 1.50.
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ANNUAL OF SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERY FOR 1864; or, Year Book of Facts in Science and Art, exhibiting the most important Discoveries and Improvements in Mechanics, Useful Arts, Natural Philosophy, Chemistry, Astronomy, Meteorology, Zoölogy, Botany, Mineralogy, Geology, Geography, Antiquities, &c., together with a list of recent Scientific Publications; a classified list of Patents; Obituaries of eminent Scientific Men; an Index of Important Papers in Scientific Journals, Reports, &c. Edited by David A. Wells, A. M. With a Portrait of General Q. A. Gilmore, U. S. A. 12mo, 1.75. VOLUMES OF THE SAME WORK for years 1850 to 1864 (fifteen vols.), with the Likeness of some distinguished Scientific or Literary man in each. 1.75 per volume.
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THE PLURALITY OF WORLDS. A NEW EDITION. With a SUPPLEMENTARY DIALOGUE, in which the author's Reviewers are reviewed. 12mo, cloth, 1.50.
THE ROMANCE OF NATURAL HISTORY. By PHILIP HENRY GOSSE. With numerous elegant Illustrations. 12mo, cloth, 1.75.
THE NATURAL HISTORY OF THE HUMAN SPECIES; Its Typical Forms and Primeval Distribution. By CHARLES HAMILTON SMITH. With an Introduction containing an Abstract of the views of Blumenbach, Prichard, Bachman, Agassiz, and other writers of repute. By SAMUEL KNEELAND, Jr., M. D. With elegant Illustrations. 12mo, cloth, 1.75.
TREATISE ON THE COMPARATIVE ANATOMY OF THE ANIMAL KINGDOM. By Profs. C. TH. VON SIEBOLD and H. STANNIUS. Translated from the German, with Notes, Additions, &c. BY WALDO I. BURNETT, M. D., Boston. One elegant octavo volume, cloth, 3.50.
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THE CAMEL; His Organization, Habits, and Uses, considered with reference to his introduction into the United States. By GEORGE P. MARSH, late U. S. Minister at Constantinople. 12mo, cloth, 75 cts.
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KNOWLEDGE IS POWER. A view of the Productive Forces of Modern Society, and the Results of Labor, Capital, and Skill. By CHARLES KNIGHT. With numerous Illustrations. American Edition. Revised, with additions, by DAVID A. WELLS, Editor of the "Annual of Scientific Discovery." 12mo, cloth, 1.75.
GOULD'S MOLLUSCA AND SHELLS. By AUGUSTUS A. GOULD, M. D. (UNITED STATES EXPLORING EXPEDITION, during the years 1838, 1839, 1840, 1841, 1812, under CHARLES WILKES, U. S. N. Vol. XII.) Elegant quarto volume, cloth, net, 10.00.
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GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION OF ANIMALS AND PLANTS. (UNITED STATES EXPLORING EXPEDITION; during the years 1838, 1839, 40, 1841, 1842, under CHARLES WILKES, U. S. N. Vol. XV.) By CHARLES PICKERING, M. D., Member of the Scientific Corps attached to the Expedition. One volume quarto, cloth, 4.00.
GOULD'S OTLA CONCHOLOGICA.
Descriptions of Shells and Mollusks, from 1839 to 1862. By AUGUSTUS A. GOULD, M. D. Octavo, cloth, 2.00; stiff paper cover, 1.59.
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NOTES ON THE UNITED STATES
SPIRITUALISM TESTED; or, the Facts of its History Classified, and their
SPRAGUE'S VISITS TO EUROPEAN CELEBRITIES. By the Rev. WILLIAM B. SPRAGUE, D. D. 12mo, cloth, 1.50; cloth, gilt, 2.00.
SMITH'S PILGRIMAGE TO EGYPT; embracing a Diary of Explorations on the Nile, with Observations Illustrative of the Manners, Customs, and Institutions of the People, and of the present condition of the Antiquities and Ruins. By Hon. J. V. C. SMITH, late Mayor of the City of Boston. With numerous elegant Engravings. 12mo, cloth, 1.75.
THE STORY OF MY CAREER, 2s Student of Frieberg and Jena, and Professor at Halle, Breslau, and Berlin. With Personal Reminiscences of Goethe, Schiller, Schelling, Schleiermacher, Fichte, Novalis, Schlegel, Neander, and others. By HEINRICH STEFFENS. Translated by WILLIAM L. GAGE. 16mo, 1.00.
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