A Dictionary of Birds

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THE publication of the fourth and concluding part of Prof. Newton's “Dictionary of Birds” places ornithologists in possession of a very useful and concise volume in which is to be found a vast amount of varied information concerning recent and fossil birds, and other matter of wider scope bearing upon variation and kindred subjects.

A Dictionary of Birds.

By Alfred Newton, assisted by Hans Gadow, with contributions from Richard Lydekker, B.A., F.R.S., Charles S. Roy, M.A., F.R.S., and Robert W. Shufeldt, M.D., late United States Army. Pp. viii + 124 + 1088. (London: Adam and Charles Black, 1893–1896.)

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