A Bibliography of Geography: Being the Sections Relating to that Subject in the Best Books and the Reader's Guide


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Sida 262 - Law. With Comparative Views of the Laws of France, England, and Scotland. By Lord MACKENZIE, one of the Judges of the Court of Session in Scotland. Sixth Edition, Edited by JOHN KIRKPATRICK, MA, LL.B., Advocate, Professor of History in the University of Edinburgh. 8vo, 12s. MACPHERSON. Glimpses of Church and Social Life in the Highlands in Olden Times.
Sida 312 - HILLEBRAND, Karl.— France and the French in the Second Half of the Nineteenth Century. Translated from the Third German Edition. Post Svo, los.
Sida 280 - Inspired in the inception of this undertaking by a belief that black men from Jamaica, by reason of their more ready adaptability to climatic conditions and supposable racial sympathy, could be advantageously employed for the Clirislinuizalion and civilization of the African savage tribes...
Sida 268 - ... work comprises two volumes, octavo, cloth extra, gilt top. and with slip covers, binding decorated with handsome Moorish designs. The edition is printed entirely from new plates ; illustrated with thirty-one photogravures from photographs, many of which were taken specially for this edition.
Sida 237 - The atlas which most frequently continues to be constructed throughout from original materials on scientific principles. Has for long held foremost place amongst all atlases.
Sida 245 - SHARP (A. Mary). History of Ufton Court, of the Parish of Ufton, со.
Sida 333 - Colbeck, Alfred A Summer's Cruise in the Waters of Greece, Turkey, and Russia, London, T.
Sida 316 - Central Government. By HD TRAILL, DCL The Electorate and the Legislature. By SPENCER WALPOLE. Local Government. By MD CHALMERS. Justice and Police. By FW MAITLAND. The National Budget: the...
Sida 258 - Elmete;" or, An Attempt to Illustrate the Districts described in those words by Bede, and supposed to embrace the lower portions of Airedale and Wharfedale, together with the entire vale of Calder, folio, 1816.

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