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The Magazine Of Natural History And Journal Of Zoology, Botany, Mineralogy, Geology And Meteorology, Vol. Viii. 1835 [Including Early Discussion Of Natural Selection, By Edward Blyth]
Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, And Longmans, London 1835 - Viii, 688 Pp. Full Year With "Corrections" On Last Page. Recent Full Green Cloth, Red Morocco Spine Label, Retaining Original Preliminary And Final Blanks. Articles By Edward Blyth At Pp 40 "An Attempt To Classify The 'Varities' Of Animals.", P. 198 "A Few Remarks On Hybrids.", P. 325 "Observations On The Cuckoo", P. 364 " A Notice Of A Very Remarkable Individual Of The Common Shrike."; Charles Waterton P. 166, 251, 322, 361, 453, 451, 663; W. J. Clarke P. 1 "On Certain Meteoric Phenomena"; Etc. The Blyth Article Is The First Extended Discussion Of The Basic Principles Of Natural Selection; Darwin Read Blyth's Work Carefully, And Was A Friend Of Blyth; Loren Eiseley's "Darwin And The Mysterious Mr. X" Is An Account Of Their Relationship, With Some Errors But Generally Correct. Binding As New; Preliminary And Final Blanks With Browning And Light Chipping At Corners; Contents Fine, Clean, Square, Unworn. No Names Or Marks. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
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