Publications of Learned Societies and Periodicals in the Library of the Smithsonian Institution, December 31, 1854, Part I

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Publications grouped by country of origin and mentioned under the "society or party" that donated the work. Countries include Sweden, Russia, Holland, Germany, Switzerland, and Belgium. Notice in the companion volume (8, May 1856) by Joseph Henry states "The present list completes the European portion of the series intended to show what works have been received in the way of exchange by the Smithsonian Institution, and includes likewise all transactions of learned societies and periodicals which have in any way been added to its library. Part first was published in Vol. VII of Smithsonian Contributions to Knowledge, and embraced the countries for which Dr. Flgel acted as agent.


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