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  1. Discovery of tripoli or polishing powder near St. John Dr. L.C. Allison's lecture before the Natural History Society of New Brunswick, describing the organisms which produce it : and Mr. G.F. Matthews' remarks on the uses to which this substance is applied in the arts.
    By: Allison, L. C. - Matthew, G. F. - Natural History Society of New Brunswick.
    Publication info: S.l. :s.n.,1881?
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  2. Faunas of the Paradoxides beds in eastern North America, no. 1 by G.F. Matthew.
    By: Matthew, G. F. - New York Academy of Sciences.
    Publication info: S.l. :s.n.,1896?
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  3. Illustrations of the fauna of the St. John group by G. F. Matthew.
    By: Matthew, G. F. - Royal Society of Canada.
    Publication info: S.l. :s.n.,1882?
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  4. Is the fauna called "primordeal" [sic] the most ancient fauna? by G.F. Matthews.
    By: Matthew, G. F.
    Publication info: S.l. :s.n.,1893?
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  5. Notes on Cambrian faunas
    By: Matthew, G. F.
    Publication info: Ottawa :J. Hope,1902.
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  6. On the occurrence of Arctic and western plants in continental Acadia by G.F. Matthew.
    By: Matthew, G. F.
    Publication info: S.l. :s.n.,1869?
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  7. Traces of the Ordovican [sic] system on the Atlantic coast and organic remains of Little River Group, no. IV
    By: Matthew, G. F.
    Publication info: Ottawa :J. Durie,1895.
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