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ornithological works of Arthur, ninth Marquis of Tweeddale

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Published by Taylor and Francis in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ornithology

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    Statementedited and revised by Robert G. Wardlaw Ramsay ; together with a biographical sketch of the author by William Howard Russell.
    ContributionsRamsay, Robert George Wardlaw, 1852-1921.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationlxiv, 760 p. :
    Number of Pages760
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23366648M
    OCLC/WorldCa3879107

    William Howard Russell: Arthur Hay, Ninth Marquis of Tweeddale – Biographical Sketch. In: Robert George Wardlaw Ramsay: The Ornithological Works of Arthur, Ninth Marquis of Tweeddale. Taylor & Francis, London , S. XIII–LXIV. James A. Jobling: Helm Dictionary of Scientific Bird Names. Christopher Helm, London , ISBN Title: Bligh, Marjorie Alfreda Willis () Photograph of Marjorie Blackwell with her pet birds and her needlework, Tasmania. [Image] (Unpublished).


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The ornithological works of Arthur, ninth Marquis of Tweeddale / By. Tweeddale, Arthur Hay, 9th Marquis of, Ramsay, Robert George Wardlaw, Type. Book. The ornithological works of Arthur, ninth Marquis of Tweeddale by Tweeddale, Arthur Hay, 9th Marquis of, ; Ramsay, Robert George Wardlaw, Publication date Topics This book is available with additional data at Biodiversity Heritage Library.

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The ornithological works of Arthur, ninth Marquis of Tweeddale / By. Tweeddale, Arthur Hay, 9th Marquis of, Cited by: 1. Colonel Arthur Hay, 9th Marquess of Tweeddale FRS FRSE FZS (9 November – 29 December ), known before as Lord Arthur Hay and between and as Viscount Walden, was a Scottish soldier and ornithologist.

Life. He was born at Yester House near Gifford, East Lothian, the son of General Sir George Hay, 8th Marquess of Tweeddale and his wife, Lady Susan Montague. HAY, ARTHUR, ninth Marquis of Tweeddale (–), soldier, traveller, and naturalist, born at Yester, Hay's ornithological works, which had appeared between and as contributions to the ‘Madras Journal of Literature and Science,’ the ‘Proceedings of the Zoological Society,’ the ‘Ibis,’ the ‘Annual and Magazine of.

The synonymy consists of references to original descriptions and to all works from which quotations are made; also to the following works when the species is given in them: Catalogue of Birds in the British Museum, Sharpe’s Hand-List of the Genera and Species of Birds, Oates and Reid’s Catalogue of Birds’ Eggs in the British Museum, and.

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