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Wild species; and for the admirable manner in which he has conducted the volume through the press. He has availed himself of the invaluable assistance of Mr. Westwood for drawings and descriptions of various figures, which now, in some cases, appear before the public for the first time. Upon the whole, we hope it will be found that the present is an interesting volume in all its details; and, though last, not least in its attractions, in our having been enabled to enrich it with the only portrait of Huber known to have been published; and for which we are indebted to the Sister of the amiable person represented.

Our next will be the second volume on the Dog, by Colonel H. Smith, and will contain an account of the domestic races and varieties, together with the different species of the Fox and Hyæna.

3, St. James' Square,

Edinburgh, 1840.