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3.--Physics.Meteorology.Electricity.—Galvanism. Magnetism.

Meteorological Observations and Essays; by John Dalton,
D. C.L., &c. Manch. 1834.

Outlines of the Sciences of Heat and Electricity; by Thomas
Thompson, M. D. 1830.

Treatise on Atmospherical Electricity: including Lightning-
Rods, and Paragreles; by John Murray, F. S. A. 1830.

See Treatise on Chemistry and
Section Chemistry.

Meteorology, by William Promt,

4.Natural History.

Animal and Vegetable Physiology; by Peter Mark Roget,
M. D. (Bridgewater Treatise.) 2 vols. 1834.

Book of Nature ; by John Mason Good, M. D. 3 vols. 1826.

of the Seasons: or, the Calendar of Nature; by William

Howitt. 1833.

British Naturalist: or, Sketches of the most Interesting productions of Britain and the Surrounding Sea. 2 vols.


Dictionnaire Raisonne Universal d'Histoire Naturelle: contenant L'Histoire des animaux, des vegetaux et des mineraux, &c.; parM. Valmont-Bomare; 15 vols. Lyons, 1791.

Elements of Natural History, adapted to the present state of
that Science; containing the Generic Characters of nearly
the whole Animal Kingdom, and Descriptions of the
principal Species; by John Stark. 2 vols. Edin. 1828.

Gleanings in Natural History: with Local Recollections; by
Edward Jesse, Esq. 1832.

Inquiry into the Opinions, Ancient and Modern, concerning
Life and Organization; by John Barclay, M.D.Edin. 1822.


Journal of a Naturalist. 1829.

during wanderings in New South

Wales, Batavia, Pedir Coast, in 1832-33-34; by George Bennett, Esq., F.L.S., Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons. 2 vols. 1834. Letters on Natural Magic; by Sir David Brewster. Edin. 1832.

to a Young Naturalist on the Study of Nature and

Natural Theology; by James Drummond, M. D. 1831. Magazine of Natural History, conducted by J. C. Loudon;

from its commencement in 1829. (Continued.) Memoirs of the Wernerian Natural History Society, (vide p.

214.) vol. 4 and 5. 1822-24. Natural History of Oxfordshire: being an Essay on the Natural History of England. Natural History of Staffordshire; by Robt. Plott . 2 vols. Oxford, 1677-86.

of Selborne: Observations on various parts

of Nature, and the Naturalist's Calendar; by the late Rev. G. White, M. A. 1833.

of the Bible: or, a Description of all the

Quadrupeds, Birds, Fishes, Reptiles, and Insects; Trees,
Plants, Flowers, Gums, and Precious Stones, mentioned
in the Sacred Scriptures; by Thaddeus Mason Hams,
D. D., of Dorchester, Massachusets. 1824.

Naturalist's Companion: being a brief Introduction to the different Branches of Natural History, with approved Methods of Collecting and Preserving the various Productions of Nature; by George Graves, F. L. S. 1824.

Library; by Sir Wm. Jardine, Bart., F. R. S.;

11 vols.—

Vol. 1 & 2. Mammalia, Monkeys, Fehna?.
Vol. 3 & 4. Ornithology, Humming Birds.

Vol. 5 & 6. Gallinaceous Birds and Game



Vol.8,9&10. Entomology, Beetles & British Butterflies. Vol. 11. Ornithology, Pigeons. 1835. Philosophical Conversations: in which are explained the Causes of many daily occurring Natural Phenomena; by F. C. BakewelL 1833.


On Geology and Mineralogy; by the Rev. William Buckland, D.D., F.R.S. (Bridgewater Treatise.) 1830.

Outlines of the Geology of England and Wales: with an Introductory Compendium of the General Principles of that Science, and Comparative Views of the Structure of Foreign Countries; by the Rev. William Dan Conybeare, F. R. S., and William Phillips, F. L. S. 1822.

of Oryctology. An introduction to the study of Fossil

Organic Remains, especially of those found in the British Strata, intended to aid the student in his enquiries respecting the Nature of Fossils, and their connection with the Formation of the Earth; by James Parkinson, Surgeon. 1822.

Principles of Geology: being an attempt to explain the former changes of the Earth's Surface, by reference to causes now in operation; by Charles Lyell, Esq. 2 vols. 1830.

Reliquiae Diluviansc: or Observations on the Organic Remains, contained in Caves, Fissures, and Diluvial Gravel, and on other Geological Phenomena, attesting the Action of an Universal Deluge; by the Rev.Wm. Buckland, B. D.


Researches in Theoretical Geology; by H. T. De La Becke, F.R.S. 1834. on Fossil Bones: in which are established the

Characters of various Animals, whose Species have been destroyed by the Revolutions of the Globe; by Baron Cuvier, 4th Edition. 4 vols. 1834. Transactions of the Geological Society, established 1807, (vide p. 220.) vol. 1 & 2, and part 1 of vol. 3. New Series. (Continued) 1824-29.

Zoology; including Animals, Birds, Insects, Fishes, Shells, Sfc.

American Ornithology: or Natural History of the Birds of the United States; by Alexander Wilson; with a Continuation, by Charles Lucian Buonaparte, Prince of Musignano. 3 vols. 1832.

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