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    IX. The Characters of seven Genera of Bats with foliaceous Appendages to the Nose

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    Volume: 13Start Page: 73End Page: 8

    VIII. The Characters of three new Genera of Bats without foliaceous Appendages to the Nose

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    Volume: 13Start Page: 69End Page: 7

    III. On the Classification of the Natural Tribe of Insects Notonectides, with Descriptions of the British Species

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    Volume: 12Start Page: 10End Page: 1

    XXIII. Further Observations on the Genus Mel\uf6e, with Descriptions of Six Exotic Species

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    Volume: 11Start Page: 242End Page: 25

    William Elford Leach, London, to James Edward Smith, Norwich, [Norfolk]

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    He was not mistaken in his ideas respecting the horn of the rhinoceros, having observed the living specimen at Exeter Change, which is larger than Mr B's specimen but has a much shorter horn; concludes that the horn on Mr B's is from another species. Sending specimen of 'Acontium napellus' found near Cheltenham, [Gloucestershire], has also found it near Carlisle, [Cumberland]. considers it a British species. Will explain his reasons for opposing Mr Bullock when he next sees Smith. ["Spec 15" written in pencil top of verso of first folio

    William Elford Leach, London, to James Edward Smith, Norwich, [Norfolk]

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    He was not mistaken in his ideas respecting the horn of the rhinoceros, having observed the living specimen at Exeter Change, which is larger than Mr B's specimen but has a much shorter horn; concludes that the horn on Mr B's is from another species. Sending specimen of 'Acontium napellus' found near Cheltenham, [Gloucestershire], has also found it near Carlisle, [Cumberland]. considers it a British species. Will explain his reasons for opposing Mr Bullock when he next sees Smith. ["Spec 15" written in pencil top of verso of first folio

    Entomology.

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