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ELEMENTS OF COMPARATIVE ANATOMY.
THOMAS HENRY HUXLEY, F.R.S.,
PROFESOR OF NATURAL HISTORY, ROYAL SCHOOL OF MINES; AND PROFESSOR OF COMPARATIVE ANATOMY AND
PHYSIOLOGY TO THE ROYAL OOLLEGE OF BURGEONS OF ENGLAND.
ON THE CLASSIFICATION OF ANIMALS
ON THE VERTEBRATE SKULL.
To GEORGE BUSK, Esq., F.R.S.
MY DEAR BUSK,
I BEG leave to dedicate these Lectures of mine to you, partly as my old and staunch friend, and partly as a member of the Council of the Royal College of Surgeons, and therefore a representative of the body to which I am indebted for the opportunity of delivering them.
Yours very faithfully,
T. H. HUXLEY.
The Royal SCHOOL OF MINES, JERMYN STREET.
March 7th, 1864.