|Statement||By A. Chauveau ...|
|Contributions||Arloing, S. (Saturnin), 1846-1911, Fleming, George, 1833-1901. tr.|
|LC Classifications||SF761 .C52 1873a|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 p. l., [vii]-xliv, 957 p.|
|Number of Pages||957|
|LC Control Number||15025163|
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