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I am looking for a fulltext document from a citation that appears in “A Study of the Mechanism of the Piria Reaction” by Goldblum and Montona

Here is the citation: (1) PIRIA, Ann., 78, 31 (1851)
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I looked through CASSI, the official list of journal titles by abbreviation published by Chemical Abstract Service, and checked all of the library’s microfilm holdings that could possibly fit the abbreviation and found nothing.  The library does have several of the old chemistry journals but none fit the year and volume number listed in the citation.  I did find mention of the reaction in a JACS article from 1931 and it is attached.  Will this do?

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