The Timbers of Commerce and their Identification

@article{DeaneTheTO,
  title={The Timbers of Commerce and their Identification},
  author={A. Deane and London and William Rider},
  journal={Nature},
  volume={71},
  pages={247-247}
}
THIS work is sure to meet with a cordial reception and to be welcomed by all branches of the timber trade. The information contained in its pages is such that only an enthusiast and expert could bring together with the cooperation of others interested in the growth and utilisation of timber in every part of the globe. In all 247 different species are described, even to the minutest detail. In each case the specific name and authority are stated, and, wherever necessary, to avoid confusion, the… 

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