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ERRATUM IN REPORT FOR 1875.
IN THE Reports.
Note.-The figures in the third and fourth columns in the Table represent
feet and inches.
LIST OF PLATES.
Illustrative of a Report on the effect of Propellers on the Steering of Vessels.
PLATES II., III. Hlustrative of a Report on the present State of our Knowledge of the Crustacea.
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