Calcareous Cements: Their Nature, Manufacture & Uses with Some Observations Upon Cement Testing

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Page 85 - SKETCHES OF BRITISH BIRDS IN THEIR HAUNTS. BY CHARLES DIXON. The Spacious Air. — The Open Fields and Downs. — In the Hedgerows.— On Open ; Heath and Moor. — On the Mountains. — Amongst the Evergreens. — Copse and Woodland. — By Stream and Pool. — The Sandy Wastes and Mudflats.— Sea-laved Rocks.— Birds of the Cities.— INDEX. "Enriched with excellent illustrations. A welcome addition to all libraries.
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