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The Adaptation of External Nature to the Moral and Intellectual Constitution of Man.
By the Rev. Thomas ChalMers, Professor of Divinity in the University of Edinburgh.
: to Natural Theology. By the Rev. Wm. Whewell, M. A., F. R. S., Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge.
The Hand: Its Mechanism and Vital Endowments as evincing Design.
By Sir Charles Bell, K. H., F. R. S.
Chemistry, Meteorology, and the Function of Digestion.
By Wm. Pbout, M. D., F. R.S.
The History, Habits, and Instincts of Animals.
By the Rev.
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Animal and Vegetable Physiology, considered with Reference to Natural Theology.
By Peter Mark Rooet, M. D. Vnsfrntfj, with nearly Five red Wood Cuts.
1 Mineralogy, Convith Reference to ''heology.
Wm- Buckland, D. i of Christ Church, er in Geology and Mineralogy in the University of Oxford.
BEING THE LAST OP THE BRIDGEWATER TREATISES.
Power, Wisdom And Goodwhs Op God,
As Manifested Ik The Creatioit.
With Eighty-nine Copperplates and Maps.
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Any one of the Treatises can be had separately.
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or Manufactories, Plantations, And Boabdino-scuools,
BY REYNELL COATES, M. D.
Fellow of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia—Hono-
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