Repertorium commentationum a societatibus litterariis editarum, Volume 1

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apud Henricum Dieterich, 1801 - Science - 16 pages
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Page 52 - Relation abrégée d'un voyage fait dans l'intérieur de l'Amérique Méridionale depuis la côte de la Mer du Sud, jusqu'aux côtes du Brésil & de la Guyane, en descendant la rivière des Amazones; lue à l'assemblée publique de l'Académie des sciences le 28 avril 1745, par M.
Page 58 - Part of a journal kept from Scotland to New Caledonia in Darien, with a short account of that country.
Page 57 - Description of a remarkable rock and cascade, near the western side of the Youghiogeny River, a quarter of a mile from Crawford's Ferry, and about twelve miles from Uniontown, in Fayette County, in the state of Pennsylvania.
Page 114 - Memoir on the subject of a New Plant growing in Pennsylvania, particularly in the Vicinity of Philadelphia...
Page 354 - XIII. p. 359. 8. Lumbricus hydropicus, or an Essay to prove that Hydatides, often met with in morbid animal bodies, are a species of Worms, or imperfect animals.
Page 253 - I. p. 44 Bibl. Ent. I. p. 137. 11. Des Sauterelles d'Orient, qui voyagent en troupes, et qui ont fait des ravages dans la Marche de Brandebourg en 175O.
Page 59 - Account of a Bituminous Lake or Plain in the Island of Trinidad; Phil.
Page 114 - CLASS SECOND. HAIR-BEARING SHEEP, Whofe pile is long in the ftaple, and of a quality that admits of being employed in many manufactures, nearly for the fame purpofes as wool.
Page 374 - Observations sur la circulation du sang dans le foetus et description du coeur de la tortue et de quelques autres animaux (du coeur de la grenouille; de la vipère; de la carpe)," in Mémoires de l'Académie des Sciences de Paris ( 1699); and "Mémoire sur la circulation du sang des poissons qui ont des ouyes et sur respiration,
Page 120 - Divers means for preferving from corruption dead birds, intended to be fent to remote countries , fo that they may arrive there in a good condition. Some of the lame means may be employed for preferving quadrupeds, reptiles, fishes and infects.

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