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" ... among specialists, who will welcome a work of reasonable compass and handy form, containing a trustworthy treatment of the various departments of Natural History by men who are familiar with, and competent to deal with, the latest results of scientific... "
Nature - Page 16
edited by - 1909
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Nature, Volume 52

Sir Norman Lockyer - Electronic journals - 1895
...to deal with, the latest results of scientific research. . . . Altogether, lu judge from this first volume, 'The Cambridge Natural History' promises to...all the expectations that its prospectus holds out." DAILY CHRONICLE. — "There is no doubt that if the succeeding volumes are carried out upon the same...
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The Cambridge Natural History, Volume 10

Sidney Frederic Harmer, Sir Arthur Everett Shipley - Zoology - 1902
...competent to deal with, the latest results of scientific research. Altogether, to judge from this first volume, the Cambridge Natural History promises to...all the expectations that its prospectus holds out." INSECTS AND CENTIPEDES VOLUME V Second Impression Peripatus. By ADAM SEDGWICK, MA, FRS — Myriapods....
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The Cambridge Natural History, Volume 9

Sidney Frederic Harmer, Sir Arthur Everett Shipley - Zoology - 1899
...the latest results of scientific research. Altogether, to judge from this first volume, the Cambridgo Natural History promises to fulfil all the expectations that its prospectus holds out." FIELD.—" We know of no book available to the general reader which affords such a vast fund of information on...
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Types of Scenery and Their Influence on Literature

Archibald Geikie - English poetry - 1898 - 59 pages
...competent to deal with, the latest results of scientific research. Altogether to judge from this first volume, the Cambridge Natural History promises to...expectations that its prospectus holds out' FIELD. — ' We know of no book available to the general reader which affords such a vast fund of information...
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A History of Land Mammals in the Western Hemisphere

William Berryman Scott - Mammals - 1913 - 693 pages
...competent to deal with, the latest results of scientific research. Altogether, to judge from this first volume, the Cambridge Natural History promises to...all the expectations that its prospectus holds out. Academy. The editors have aimed very high, and they have succeeded. . . . Well conceived, carefully...
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Catalogue, Issues 176-186

Bernard Quaritch (Firm) - Antiquarian booksellers - 1898
...and beauty of the illustrations seem all that could be desired. Altogether, to judge from this first volume, the 'Cambridge Natural History' promises to...all the expectations that its prospectus holds out." — Times. " There is no donbt that if the succeeding volumes are carried out upon the same plan as...
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