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Walker, R. L.-Specimens of living menopoma, and one box Indian relics, one
living tortoise, and other collections, Pennsylvania. Walter, William.—Twenty-five bird skins, District of Columbia. Wilcox, H. B.-Fresh-water shells, Michigan. Wilkes, Admiral Charles.—Two stone axes, Gaston county, North Carolina. Wilson, Dr. S. W.—Living gophers, (Testudo polyphemus,) Georgia. Wise, H. G.-Cock's spurs, New York. Wood, Dr. William.- Indian relics, Connecticut. Wright, Charles.-One box land shells, fishes, insects, &c., from Cuba. Wyman, Professor J.-Humerus of Alca impennis, from shell heap, in Maine. Yates, Dr. L. G.–Natural history and archælogical specimens, California, &c.
LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC EXCHANGES.
Table showing the statistics of the Smithsonian exchanges in 1868.
Packages received by the Smithsonian Institution from parties in America,
for foreign distribution, in 1868.
Packages received from parties in America, &c.—Continued.
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