Rio grande du sud : manuscript codex, ca. 1880?


Branner, John Casper, 1850-1922,. Rio grande du sud : manuscript codex, ca. 1880?

Rio grande du sud : manuscript codex, ca. 1880?

Consists of 3 texts: Notes géologiques sur les missions et sur la province de Rio grande du sud (Brésil) / par Mr Nathaniel Plant (addressed to Gay and signed 9 Feb. 1863; p. 101-115) -- Essai géologique du bassin de l'Uruguay se rapportant spécialement aux missions (addressed to Gay and signed (p. [8]) 10 Aug. 1864 C.G. Kasten; p. [8], 117-138) -- Notes de l'histoire de la république jésuitique du Paraguay (99 p.). Tipped in at end as p. 74bis: Mémoire sur le bassin du fleuve Uruguay dans la province de Rio grande du sud ([4]) p.). There are various statistical tables in the texts.

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