Reference numberMS/223/2
TitleLithograph showing 'Fossil remain, Cromer' by W Kennedy Bridgman
DateJune 1845
DescriptionReproduction of drawing and text relating to the find of a rhinoceros jaw in Cromer. Includes text from 'British fossil mammalia' by Richard Owen Esq relating to the jaw, and excerpt from the Cambridge Advertiser relating to the find [26 February 1845]. Attached is a newspaper clipping relating to a contribution by a Mr Rose [ a resident of Yarmouth] to the British Association at Cambridge, giving notice of some fossil mammalian remains from the bed of the German ocean [ no publication details].
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