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Melbourne, George Robertson, 1872. On the front flyleaf is a gift inscription from Albert Gard to his father, Melbourne, 9 May 1872. The author, a medical practitioner, records a discussion on the preservation of human bodies in the six-page preface to this 'quaint novel'; the only other publications attributed to...
Austin and Oxford, Texas University Press and Oxford University Press, 1989 and 1994. Volume 1 covers jays and swallows, wrens, thrushes, and allies, vireos and wood-warblers, tanagers, icterids, and finches; Volume 2 covers ovenbirds, and woodcreepers, typical and ground antbirds, gnateaters and tapaculos, tyrant flycatchers, manakins and cotingas.