3 edition of The geology, natural history and pre-historic antiquities of Craven in Yorkshire. found in the catalog.
|Statement||By L.C. Miall. With geological map and section.|
|Contributions||Whitaker, Thomas Dunham, 1759-1821.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||41,  p.|
|Number of Pages||41|
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Title. The geology, natural history and pre-historic antiquities of Craven in Yorkshire. Miall, L. (Louis Compton), Whitaker, Thomas Dunham,History and natural history and pre-historic antiquities of Craven in Yorkshire. book of the deanery of Craven, in the county of York Type. The geology, natural history and pre-historic antiquities of Craven in Yorkshire.
Pages; The geology, natural history and pre-historic antiquities of Craven in Yorkshire. Miall, L. (Louis Compton), Whitaker, Thomas Dunham, Publication by: 1.
The geology, natural history and pre-historic antiquities of Craven in Yorkshire. with Thomas Edward Thorpe, Alexander Henry Green, Arthur William Rücker and Alfred Marshall: Coal its history and uses.
The life and work of Charles Darwin. A lovely third edition copy of 'The History and Antiquities of the Deanery of Craven in the County of York' by the noted English clergyman and topographer, Thomas Dunham Whitaker. This copy is edited by Alfred William Whitehead Morant, with a chapter on the 'Geology, Natural History and Pre-Historic Antiquities' by the English palaeontologist.
A CHAPTER OX THE GEOLOGY, NATURAL HISTORY AND PRE-HISTORIC ANTIQUITIES, BY L. MIALL, F.G.S., PROFESSOR OF BIOLOGY /.v THE YORKSHIRE COLLEGE. THE HISTORY AND ANTIQUITIES OF CRAVEN BY HIS GRACE'S OBEDIENT SERVANT, JOSEPH DODGSON. LEEDS, March, BOOK 3rd will give a General Survey of the state of Property in Craven from the aera.
Miall's Chapter on the Geology, Natural History, and Pre-Historic Antiquities of the district will be found a valuable contribution, and has the advantage of being illustrated with an entirely new Geological Map and Section. In conclusion, no expense has been spared in the paper, printing, engraving.
First ed. Miall, L.C. The Geology, Natural History and Pre-Historic Antiquities of Craven in Yorkshire. Leeds: Joseph Dodgson, 4to, org. cloth, upper hinge broken, board still attached; 2 coloured plates.
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THE HISTORY AND ANTIQUITIES OF THE DEANERY OF CRAVEN, IN THE COUNTY OF YORK. Third Edition, with many Additions and Corrections. And with a Chapter on the Geology, Natural History and Pre-Historic Antiquities by L.C. Miall. WHITAKER Thomas Dunham & MORANT A.W.
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