The letters of Rusticus on natural history by Waring Kidd

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Published by J. Van Voorst in London .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Natural history,
  • Insect pests,
  • Birds

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Statementedited by Edward Newman
ContributionsNewman, Edward, 1801-1876.
The Physical Object
Pagination[2], viii, 164, [4] p. ([4] p. at end advertisements) :
Number of Pages164
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26608086M
OCLC/WorldCa43195739

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The letters of Rusticus on the natural history of Godalming. Extracted from the Magazine of natural history, the Entomological magazine, and the Entomologist.

Title Variants: Alternative: Letters of Rusticus Alternative: Natural history of Godalming By. [2], viii,[4] p. ([4] p. at end advertisements): Rusticus = Waring Kidd Also issued with title: The letters of Rusticus on the natural history of Godalming: extracted from The magazine of natural history, The entomological magazine, and The entomologist.

Pages: Also issued as: The letters of Rusticus on natural history of Godalming / edited by Edward Newman. Publisher's advertisements: [4] p. (3rd group). Description: viii,[4] pages: illustrations ; 23 cm: Other Titles: Letters of Rusticus. Waring Kidd was a Godalming naturalist known as Rusticus Some of the wood engravings by Thomas Bewick Also issued as: The letters of Rusticus on natural history of Godalming / edited by Edward Newman Title vignette Publisher's advertisements: [4] p.

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