2 edition of Geology and geologists found in the catalog.
Geology and geologists
R. Maxwell Macbrair
Includes: Works lately published by the Rev. Robert Maxwell Macbrair, M.A.
|Other titles||Visions of philosophers in the nineteenth century|
|Statement||by the author of "The goodness of divine providence", &c., &c.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||83|
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