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Side 3 - Anatomical Manipulation ; or, The Methods of pursuing Practical Investigations in Comparative Anatomy and Physiology. Also an Introduction to the Use of the Microscope, &c. By ALFRED TULK, MRCS, MES ; and ARTHUR HENFREY, FLS, M.Micr.S.
Side 4 - ORNITHOLOGICAL RAMBLES IN SUSSEX ; with a Systematic Catalogue of the Birds of that County, and Remarks on their Local Distribution.
Side 63 - ... of Killarney, I think I ventured to observe that no approach to sublimity was to be found ; and as, in the part of Ireland of which I am now speaking, there are undoubted approaches to the sublime, with all of the picturesque besides that depends upon form, I think these ought to weigh heavier in the balance than that softened beauty which at Killarney is created by abundance and variety of wood, and consequent splendour of colouring. I know that a far stronger impression was made on my mind...
Side 63 - I do not hesitate for a moment to say, that the scenery in passing from Clifden to the Killeries and Leenane is the finest in Ireland. In boldness of character, nothing at Killarney comes at all near to it ; and although the deficiency of wood excludes the possibility of a competition with Killarney in picturesque beauty, I am certainly of opinion, that the scenery of this part of...
Side 6 - A BRIEF HISTORY OF CHRIST'S HOSPITAL, from its Foundation by King Edward the Sixth.
Side 6 - And a Series of Illustrations of the Window Tracery of the Decorated Style of Ecclesiastical Architecture.