3 edition of A few observations on the component parts of animal matters found in the catalog.
A few observations on the component parts of animal matters
Gibbes, George Smith Sir
by printed by W. Meyler, and sold by Messrs. Robinson, London in Bath
Written in English
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A few observations on the component parts of animal matters: and on their conversion into a substance resembling spermaceti. By George Smith Gibbes, B.M.F.R.S.
Fellow Of Magdalene College, Oxford ; One Of The Physicians To The Bath City Infirmary ; & C. & C. Get this from a library.
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