Catalog Record: The conchologist's first book a system of testaceous malacology, arranged expressly for the use of schools, in which the animals, according to Cuvier, are given with the shells, a great number of new species added, and the whole brought up, as accurately as possible, to the present condition of the science | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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The conchologist's first book a system of testaceous malacology, arranged expressly for the use of schools, in which the animals, according to Cuvier, are given with the shells, a great number of new species added, and the whole brought up, as accurately as possible, to the present condition of the science By Edgar A. Poe. 2d ed. With illustrations of two hundred and fifteen shells ...

Main Author: Poe, Edgar Allan, 1809-1849.
Language(s): English
Published: Philadelphia Pub. for the author, by Haswell, Barrington, and Haswell 1840
Edition: 2d ed.
Subjects: Brown, Thomas, > 1785-1862. > Conchologist's text-book.
Mollusks.
Note: Stated by R. W. Griswold, in the International monthly magazine, Oct. 1850, to be a copy nearly verbatim, of the text-book of conchology by Captain Thomas Brown printed in Glasgow in 1833
Physical Description: 166 p. 12 pl. 18 cm.
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