Wells, William Charles, 1757-1817.
Two essays, one upon single vision with two eyes, the other on dew. : A letter to the Right Hon. Lloyd, Lord Kenyon, and an account of a female of the white race of mankind, part of whose skin resembles that of a Negro; with some observations on the causes of the differences in colour and form between the white and negro races of men. / By the late William Charles Wells ... With a memoir of his life, written by himself.
Edinburgh, : Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown [etc.], 1818.
BEIN Q113 W45: Front wanting.
List of his other works: p. lxiv-lxvlll.
Vision.
Dew.
Human skin color.
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