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Chapman and Hall

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Chapman and Hall

(3) Bond Between Dickens and Chapman & Hall, 31 July 1841

Rapid Appraisal and Health Policy. Bie Nio Ong. 1996. Chapman & Hall, London. 140 pages

Chemical Fundamentals of Geology, 2nd edn, by Robin Gill. Chapman and Hall, London, 1995. 296 pp. £19.99 (paperback).

Agreement Between Charles Dickens and Chapman & Hall For the Publication of Our Mutual Friend, 21 November 1863

Bevan MW, Harrison BD, Leaver CJ, eds. The production and uses of genetically transformed plants. 111pp. London: Chapman & Hall. £40 (hardback).

Given DR. 1994. Principles and practice of plant conservation. 292 pp. London: Chapman & Hall. £27.50 (hardback).

Agreement Between Chapman & Hall and John Macrone for the Purchase of the Copyright of Sketches By Boz, 17 June 1837*

Fluid Flow and Transport in Rocks: Mechanisms and Effects. Edited by B. Jamtveit and B. W. D. Yardley. Chapman and Hall, London, 1996. pp. xviii + 319. Hardback. ISBN 0412734605. £75.00.

Measurement Error and Misclassification in Statistics and Epidemiology: Impacts and Bayesian Adjustments. Paul Gustafson. London: Chapman & Hall/CRC, 2004, pp. 188, £48.99(HB), ISBN: 1-58488-335-9.

Radioactive and Stable Isotope Geology, by H.-G. Attendorn and R. N. C. Bowen. Chapman & Hall, London, 1997. ISBN 0 412 75280 8. 519 pp. Hardback. £95.

Birddog—philosophy and practice of seismic data quality supervision John Scott Roy, Chapman & Hall, London, 1995, 360 pp., ISBN 0-412-5984O-X, (Hardback) £49.00

The Nature and Origin of Granite, 2nd edition, by Wallace Spencer Pitcher. Chapman & Hall, London, 1997. 387 pp. ISBN 0 412 75860 1. £65, US$119.95.

The Coming Fin de Siècle: An Application of Durkheim's Sociology to Modernity and Postmodernism. By Stjepan G. Mestrovic. Routledge, Chapman & Hall, 1992. 232 pp. Paper, $15.95

MinSource CD-ROM version 1 : 1 September 1995 and User Manual Mineralogical Society of Great Britain and Ireland and The Natural History Museum, London, Chapman & Hall, Electronic Publishing Division, London, 1995, ISSN 1357-2636, £950 (single user, £595 for annual renewal), £1425 (network licence, £895 annual renewal).

Brooks RR. 1998.Plants that hyperaccumulate heavy metals.384 pp. Wallingford: CAB International. £55 (hardback). Greenland DJ. 1997.The sustainability of rice farming. 279 pp. Wallingford: CAB International. £49 (hardback). Hill J, Becker HC, Tigerstedt PMA. 1997.Quantitative and ecological aspects of plant breeding. 275 pp. London: Chapman & Hall. £65.00 (hardback). Mattheck C. 1998.Design in nature—learning from trees.276 pp. Berling Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag. £30 (softback). Michaelis W. 1997.Air pollution—dimensions, trends and interactions with a forest ecosystem.177 pp. Berlin: Springer-Verlag. £49 (hardback). Williams JE, Woinarski JCZ, eds. 1997.Eucalypt ecology: Individuals to ecosystems. 430 pp. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. A$130 (hardback).


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A publishing company founded in 1830 at 186 Strand, London, by Edward Chapman and William Hall. It owed much of its success to its early association with Dickens (Pickwick Papers having originated in a suggestion from Hall) and published many distinguished authors, including Carlyle, Kingsley, Mrs Gaskell, and Trollope, G. Meredith was for a time literary director. The firm was sold to Methuen in 1938.

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