5 edition of Environmental literature found in the catalog.
Edition for 1969 published under title: Bibliography of books on the environment.
|Statement||[by] Gary F. Bennett [and] Judith C. Bennett.|
|Contributions||Bennett, Judith C., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||Z5862 .B46 1973|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 134 p.|
|Number of Pages||134|
|LC Control Number||73081280|
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Selections of German handwriting
The arbitrary punishments and cruel tortures inflicted on prisoners for debt represented and described, in several figures of the uncommon and dangerous instruments used for that purpose, engraved from the originals laid before the House of Commons, ... Also a true state of all the other miseries and oppressions of goals, ... To which is added, copies of all the necessary forms to be used for the discharge of insolvent debtors. By W. R. a sufferer in the Fleet, and other goals. ...
Papers relative to the origin and present state of the questions pending with the United States of America, on the subject of the Malvinas, (Falkland Islands)
The dissenting gentlemans third and last letter to the Reverend Mr. White
Scenes and arias
Laser technology and applications
Oman and Gulf security
How to get great diabetes care
Police power, state and federal
An essay on blindness
Little girl is something to love.
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