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Early works to 1800
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Daines Barrington; Jefferson Exhibit Collection (Library of Congress)
|Notes:||Pages 541-546 omitted from pagination, but text and register are continuous.
Signatures: a² b⁴ B-3N⁴ 3O⁸ 3P-3X⁴ 3Y² 3Z-4A⁴ 4B².
Errata: p.  at end.
LC copy forms part of the Jefferson Exhibit Collection.
|Description:||iv, viii, 342, , 344-468, , *471-*477, , 471-540, 547-557,  p.,  leaves of plates (2 folded) : maps (engravings), ports. (engravings) , geneal. charts (letterpress), music (letterpress) ; 28 cm (4to)|
|Contents:||Tracts on the possibility of reaching the North Pole --
Whether the turkey was known before the discovery of America --
On the rein-deer --
On the bat, or rere-mouse --
On the sudden decay of several trees in St. James's Park --
On the periodical appearing and disappearing of certain birds at different times of the year --
On the torpidity of the swallow tribe when they disappear --
On the prevailing notions with regard to the cuckow --
On the Linnaean system --
Particulars of an agreement between the King of Spain and the Royal Society, for an exchange of natural curiosities --
Account of : Mozart, Mr. Charles Wesley, Master Samuel Wesley, little Crotch, the Earl of Mornington --
Of the deluge in the time of Noah --
History of the Gwedir family / [by Sir John Wynne] --
Letter, intended for Dodsley's Museum, on the English and French writers --
Dialogue on the ancient tragedies, written at Oxford in 1746 --
Ohthere's voyage, and the geography of the ninth century illustrated --
Journal of a Spanish voyage in 1775, to explore the western coast of N. America / [by Don Francisco Antonio Maurelle]
|Responsibility:||by the Honourable Daines Barrington.|