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WORKS ON BRITISH NATURAL proved British Grasses, a Miscellaneous Article HISTORY, viz.-Insects, 16 vols.- Birds, 10 on Farming, and an Estimate and Description vols.-Shells, 5 vols.— Fishes, 5 vols.-Quadof an Example Farm of three hundred Acres, rupeds, 3 vols._together 39 vols. 8vo. contain