By J. T. ARLIDGE, M.D., A.B. (Lond.), F.R.C.P. (Lond.) ;

Consulting Physician to the North Staffordshire Infirmary; late Milroy Lecturer at the Royal College of Physicians, etc. etc.

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The Evolution of Decorative Art

An Essay upon its Origin and Development as illustrated by the Art of Modern Races of Mankind.

By HENRY BALFOUR, M.A., F.Z.S., Curator of the Ethnographical Department (Pitt-Rivers Collection),

University Museum, Oxford.

London: 34 King Street, Covent Garden.

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