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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Georges Cuvier, baron; Edward Griffith; Edward Pidgeon; Charles Hamilton Smith; Thomas Landseer; James Basire; T Bradley; William Clowes
|Notes:||Issued in 13 parts between 1824 and 1827, although the t.p. for each v. is dated 1827. See C.F. Cowan, "Notes on Griffith's Animal kingdom of Cuvier," J. Soc. Bib. Nat. Hist. (1969), 5 (2):137-140.
Volume 5 has title: Synopsis of the species of the class Mammalia, as arranged with reference to their organization, by Cuvier, and other naturalists, with specific characters, synonyma, &c. &c.
"London: printed by Willam Clowes ..."--Title page verso.
Illustrators include Smith, Lewin, and Landseer; engravers include Griffith, Basire, and Bradley.
"Preliminary sketch of the rise and progress of zoology"--V. 1, p. [xiii]-lxxx.
|Description:||5 volumes,  leaves of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm.|
|Other Titles:||Synopsis of the species of the class Mammalia, as arranged with reference to their organization, by Cuvier, and other naturalists.
|Responsibility:||arranged by the Baron Cuvier, with specific descriptions by Edward Griffith, Charles Hamilton Smith, and Edward Pidgeon.|