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The work of ice: glacial theory and scientific culture in early Victorian Edinburgh I am particularly grateful to Professor Charles Withers, who supervised the masters thesis on which this paper is based. Dr Michael Taylors insightful comments on a shorter version of this paper are acknowledged with thanks. I am also grateful for the incisive suggestions, made by three anonymous referees, on an earlier draft. Further, I acknowledge with gratitude the help of the archivists in the Mitchell Library, Glasgow, the National Library of Scotland and the libraries of the Universities of Glasgow and Edinburgh.
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