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THIS is one of the numerous works which have been published during the last half century on the fossil forms of Brachiopoda, that most ancient, abundant, and anomalous class of the Invertebrata. Dr. Davidson has devoted the greater part of a tolerably long life to the study of this exceedingly interesting group; and the volume of the Palæontographical Society's publications for the present year will complete and close his valuable labours on the fossil Brachiopoda of Great Britain. He has kindly furnished me with the following critical notice of Dr. Haas's work, the title of which is above given:—

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