Title: A Pamphlet, dedicated to the Noblemen, Gentlemen and Sportsmen, of England, Ireland, and Scotland ... in reply to a prize essay by the Rev. John Styles, D.D., on the claims of the animal creation to the humanity of man.
Publisher: British Library, Historical Print Editions
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Berkeley, Grantley F.;
49 p.; 8°.