The conchologist's first book: or, 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. [By E. A. P. 2d ed. ] With colored illustrations of two hundred and fifteen shells, presenting a correct type of each genus.
|Main Author:||Poe, Edgar Allan, 1809-1849.|
|Related Names:||Brown, Thomas 1785-1862.|
Philadelphia, Barrington, and Haswell, 1845.
Stated by R. W. Griswole, 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.
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