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A very valuable work, on the Wernerian | mand of the Russian Government. Method. — 1784. 8vo. 1 vol. — 1794-6. 8vo. London, 1814. 4to. 9 vols.
Duke of York, 2902, 5s. An Estimate of the Temperature of dif- Martin Henry. Observations ferent Latitudes. London, 1787. 8vo. 3s. An Essay on Phlogiston, and on the Con chemical History of the Fossils of
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Pp. 5-84, besides title, dedication, adverGeological Essays. Lond. 1799. 8vo. 68. tisement and introduction, 6 leaves. These essays first appeared in the Transactions of the Royal Irish Academy.
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