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SUMMARY One hundred and ten numbered lots of zoological specimens and several specimens of rocks collected by Charles Darwin during the second voyage of H.M.S. Beagle (1831–1836) are contained in the collections of the Oxford University Museum. The circumstances which led to their acquisition...
ABSTRACT A botanical text-book written by the Rev. Richard Baron (1847–1907), an English missionary in Madagascar, and first published in 1882 in the Malagasy language is discussed. The text-book borrowed heavily from several nineteenth century English botanical texts that are identified. The...
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