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"Orang-outang, sive, Homo sylvestris, or, The anatomy of a pygmie compared with that of a monkey, an ape, and a man to which is added, A philological essay concerning the pygmies, the cynocephali, the satyrs and sphinges of the ancients"
Tyson, Edward, 1650-1708.
Gucht, Michael van der, 1660-1725.
"A philological essay concerning pygmies" has special t.p. and separate pagination.
Plates signed: M. Vander Gucht.
First ed. Cf. BM. Later published as: The anatomy of a pygmy. London, 1751.
Part 1: plates (figures) 1-2 are missing in filmed copy. Pages 94-end of pt. 1 photographed from Huntington Library copy and inserted at end.
2 pts. (, 108, , 58 p.,  leaves of plates (some folded)):
London: Printed for Thomas Bennet ... and Daniel Brown ... and are to be had of Mr. Hunt ..., 1699.
Wing / T3598A
Wing / T3598
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