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Hunter, John, 1728-1793.
Observations on certain parts of the animal oeconomy.
London : Sold at no. 13, Castle-Street, Leicester-Square, MDCCLXXXVI 
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|Notes:||Includes articles originally published in Phil. translation of the Royal Society of London.
Text is continuous despite the break in pagination.
NLM Copy 3 imperfect: lacking the final leaf and the final plate, both of which are supplied in photostats from an unknown copy.
|Description:||, 43, , 45-225,  p.,  leaves of plates : ill. (engravings) ; 27 cm. (4to)|
|Contents:||A description of the situation of the testis in the fœtus, with its descent into the scrotum.--Observations on the glands situated between the rectum and bladder, called vesicul: seminales.--The free martin.--An extra-ordinary pheasant.--The organ of hearing in fishes.--Certain receptacles of air in birds, which communicate with the lungs and Eustachian tube.--Experiments and observations on animals, with respect to the power of producing heat.--Proposals for the recovery of persons apparently drowned.--On the.|
|Responsibility:||by John Hunter.|