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Journal of the Royal Geographical Society of London / Royal Geographical Society
Bib ID 2155363
Format JournalJournal
Description London : John Murray, 1831-1880 
51 v. ; ill., maps, 21 cm. 
ISSN 0266-6235 
Numbering Note First issue 1830/1831, lacks numeric designation. It includes the Society's prospectus, list of members, and regulations. 
Cited In

Ferguson, J. A. Australia, 1470 (1830/31), 1587a (vol. the 1st.,1832), 1587b (vol. the 2nd, 1832)

Life Dates 1830/1831; Volume the 1st. (1832)-v. 50 (1880) 
Later Title

Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society and monthly record of geography

Index/Finding Aid Note v. 1-10; v. 11-20; v. 21-30; v. 31-40; v. 41-50. 
Subjects Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain) - Periodicals.  |  Geography - Periodicals.
Other authors/contributors Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain)
Also Titled

Journal of the Royal Geographical Society

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