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Letters on ornithology 1804-1815 : between George Montagu & Robert Anstice / edited by S. Peter Dance
Bib ID 6381301
Format BookBook [text, still image, volume]
Description Wigtown, Scotland : GC Book Publishers, 2003 
©2003 
250 pages, 1 folder sheet : illustrations, 1 map, portraits ; 22 cm. 
ISBN 1872350682
Notes

" From December 1804 to April 1815 George Montagu (1751-1815) and Robert Anstice (1757-1845) mainntained a lively correspondence exchanging views about birds and other subjects in natural history." -- dusk cover note.

Library copy signed by S. P.Dance, editor.

Includes bibliographical references (pages 217-222) and index.

Subjects Montagu, George, - 1751-1815 - Correspondence.  |  Anstice, Robert, - Correspondence.  |  Ornithology. - Great Britain  |  Ornithologists - Great Britain - Correspondence.  |  Natural history.
Other authors/contributors Dance, S. Peter, editor

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