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THE ADAPTATION OF EXTERNAL NATURE TO THE MORAL AND INTELLECTUAL
CONSTITUTION OF MAN.
THE ADAPTATION OF EXTERNAL NATURE TO THE PHYSICAL
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By JOHN KIDD, M.D. F.R.S.
ASTRONOMY AND GENERAL Physics, CONSIDERED WITH REFERENCE TO
Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge.
THE HAND: ITS MECHANISM AND VITAL ENDOWMENTS AS EVINCING DESIGN.
By SIR CHARLES BELL, K.H. F.R.S.
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The History, HABITS, AND INSTINCTS OF ANIMALS.
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METAPHYSICAL INQUIRY Into the Method, Objects, and Result of Ancient and Modern Philosophy.
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ANCIENT FRAGMENTS Of the Phænician, Chaldean, Egyptian, and other Writers, in Greek and English,
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THE HISTORY OF CHRIST'S HOSPITAL, From its Foundation by Edward VI. With an Account of the Plan of Education
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British Museum, edited
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DANCE OF DEATH,
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