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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.

      The British Journal for the History of Science

      Cambridge University Press (CUP)

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          The British Journal for the History of Science
          Brit. J. Hist. Sci.
          Cambridge University Press (CUP)
          0007-0874
          1474-001X
          1999
          March 2004
          : 37
          : 1
          : 29-52
          10.1017/S0007087403005314
          © 1999

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