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Observations sur les affections catarrhales. Byrd (William). History of the dividing line

Note sur le supplice de la guillotine.

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v. 3-4. Rap:ports du physique et du moral de l'homme. v. 1. History of the dividing line between Virginia

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Éloge de Vicq-d'Azyr.
Notice sur Benjamin Franklin.

Lettre sur les poëmes d'Homère.
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California. Geological survey.-Continued. neuvième siècle. 2 v. viii, 534 pp. 8o. Paris, CONTENTS.

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