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De Peyssonnel, Sieur, and William Watson. “An Account of a Manuscript Treatise, Presented to the Royal Society, Intituled, Traité Du Corail, Contenant Les Nouvelles Decouvertes, Qu'on a Fait Sur Le Corail, Les Pores, Madrepores, Scharras, Litophitons, Eponges, Et Autres Corps Et Productions, Quela Mer Fournit, Pour Servir a L'histoire Naturelle De La Mer; That Is to Say, A Treatise upon Coral, and Several Other Productions Furnish'd by the Sea, in Order to Illustrate the Natural History Thereof, by the Sieur De Peyssonnel, M. D. Correspondent of the Royal Acad. of Sciences of Paris, of That of Montpelier, and of That of Belles Lettres at Marseilles; Physician-Botanist, Appointed by His Most Christian Majesty in the Island of Guadalupe, and Heretofore Sent by the King to the Coasts of Barbary for Discoveries in Natural History. Extracted and Translated from the French by Mr. William Watson, F. R. S.” Philosophical Transactions (1683-1775), vol. 47, 1751, pp. 445–469., www.jstor.org/stable/105088. Accessed 22 Jan. 2021.
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De Peyssonnel, S., & Watson, W. (1751). An Account of a Manuscript Treatise, Presented to the Royal Society, Intituled, Traité du Corail, Contenant les Nouvelles Decouvertes, qu'on a Fait sur le Corail, les Pores, Madrepores, Scharras, Litophitons, Eponges, et Autres Corps et Productions, Quela Mer Fournit, pour Servir a L'histoire Naturelle de la Mer; That is to Say, A Treatise upon Coral, and Several Other Productions Furnish'd by the Sea, in Order to Illustrate the Natural History Thereof, by the Sieur de Peyssonnel, M. D. Correspondent of the Royal Acad. of Sciences of Paris, of That of Montpelier, and of That of Belles Lettres at Marseilles; Physician-Botanist, Appointed by His Most Christian Majesty in the Island of Guadalupe, and Heretofore Sent by the King to the Coasts of Barbary for Discoveries in Natural History. Extracted and Translated from the French by Mr. William Watson, F. R. S. Philosophical Transactions (1683-1775), 47, 445-469. Retrieved January 22, 2021, from http://www.jstor.org/stable/105088
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De Peyssonnel, Sieur, and William Watson. "An Account of a Manuscript Treatise, Presented to the Royal Society, Intituled, Traité Du Corail, Contenant Les Nouvelles Decouvertes, Qu'on a Fait Sur Le Corail, Les Pores, Madrepores, Scharras, Litophitons, Eponges, Et Autres Corps Et Productions, Quela Mer Fournit, Pour Servir a L'histoire Naturelle De La Mer; That Is to Say, A Treatise upon Coral, and Several Other Productions Furnish'd by the Sea, in Order to Illustrate the Natural History Thereof, by the Sieur De Peyssonnel, M. D. Correspondent of the Royal Acad. of Sciences of Paris, of That of Montpelier, and of That of Belles Lettres at Marseilles; Physician-Botanist, Appointed by His Most Christian Majesty in the Island of Guadalupe, and Heretofore Sent by the King to the Coasts of Barbary for Discoveries in Natural History. Extracted and Translated from the French by Mr. William Watson, F. R. S." Philosophical Transactions (1683-1775) 47 (1751): 445-69. Accessed January 22, 2021. http://www.jstor.org/stable/105088.

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