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A catalogue of Utah minerals and localities
by Manyard Bixby (1904). 32 pages

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A Dissertation on the Silver Mines of Laurion in Attica
by Augustus Boeckh (1842). 74 pages

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A Handbook to a Collection of the Minerals of the British Isles
by F.W. Rudler (1905). 253 pages

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A new Pyrognositc Arrangement of the simple Minerals hitherto found in Ireland
by Aquilla Smith, M.D. (1860). 8 pages

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A New System of Mineralogy
by William Babington (1799). 290 pages

File Size: 11,999 KB
A Short Account of the Lead Mines in the Co. Clare
by P.M. Taylor (1838). 3 pages

File Size: 529 KB
A Syllabus of Lectures in Mineralogy
by Edward Daniel Clarke (1807). 126 pages

File Size: 3,498 KB
A System of Mineralogy (4th Ed)
by James D Dana (1854). 849 pages

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An Essay towards a System of Mineralogy
by Axel Frederic Cronstedt (1788). 458 pages

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An Introduction to the Study of Mineralogy
by J.R.Bakewell (1829). 123 pages

File Size: 3,462 KB
Ancient Mineralogy (2nd Ed)
by N. F. Moore (1859).

File Size: 4,591 KB
Catalogue of Several Localities in Ireland
by Aquilla Smith, M.D. (1860). 16 pages

File Size: 1,962 KB
Deposition of Lead ore in Veins - Alston Moor
by William Wallace (1861). 274 pages

File Size: 9,307 KB
Elements of Mineralogy
by J.L. Comstock (1827). 414 pages

File Size: 21,702 KB
Geology, Mineralogy and Crystallography
by Anstead, Tennant and Mitchell (1855). 601 pages
Handbuch der Mineralogie
by Johann Friedrich Ludwig Hausmann (1828). 709 pages
Historie Naturelle - Règne Minéral
by M. Fabien Gautier D'Agoty (1781). 115 pages

File Size: 9,286 KB
Les Déterminations Minéralogiques
by M. Berzélius (1842). 358 pages

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