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The Case For The Sea-Serpent by R.T. Gould
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The Case of the Sea-serpent. Front Cover. Rupert Thomas Gould. Philip Allan, The Case for the Sea-Serpent · R T Gould No preview available - Of the many and varied scientific mysteries for which Cdr. R. T. Gould is known, the one subject for which he is, even today, most closely associated is the. 21 Dec About this Book. Catalog Record Details. The case for the sea-serpent / by Lieut.- Commander R.T. Gould. Gould, Rupert Thomas,
Maps on lining-papers. Includes bibliographical references and index. Other Form. Online version Gould, Rupert Thomas, Case for the sea- serpent. Rupert Thomas Gould – , was a lieutenant commander in the British This is the first edition of Gould's argument for the existence of sea-serpents. This is a nice reprint edition of Gould's argument for the existence of "sea- serpents". Cloth darkened in places, edges a little rubbed, page edges slightly. R.T. Gould is the author of The Case for the Sea-Serpent ( avg rating, 3 ratings, 0 reviews). Shop our inventory for The Case for the Sea-Serpent by R. T. Gould with fast free shipping on every used book we have in stock!.
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