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Re: citation of Cuvier's (1825) volume of "Recherches sur les ossements fossiles"
Thank you very much, Mike, for the data, and thank you John for the advice.
For those interested, you can download volumes II to IV from Gallica,
(selecting "télecharger" for download, or some similar French word),
but sadly, not volumes I or V.
2009/1/5, John Wilkins <email@example.com>:
> You can download a PDF I think, from Gallica <http://gallica.bnf.fr>
> On 05/01/2009, at 4:52 AM, Augusto Haro wrote:
>> Hi, can somebody tell me the number of pages of the volume 5 of the
>> third edition (1825) of Cuvier's "Recherches sur les ossements
>> fossiles"? I would also need to know the number of pages in the first
>> sections, as preface, subject index, etc. It's for citation purposes,
>> I got some excerpts but not the entire book.
>> Thank you very much
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