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  • Barbee, Wm. J. (William J.), 1816-1892.
Edition
2d ed., enl. and rev.
Published
Louisville, Ky., J. P. Morton and Company, 1868.
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The new encyclopaedia; or, modern universal dictionary of arts and sciences. On a new and improved plan. In which all the respective sciences are arranged into complete systems, the arts digested into distinct treatises, and philosophical subjects introduced in separate dissertations. Also, the detatched parts of knowledge alphabetically arranged, and copiously explained, according to the best authorities. Including all the material information that is contained in Chamber's Cyclopaedia, the Encyclopaedia Britannica, and the French Encyclopedie. The whole containing a copious digest and display of the complete theory and practice of the liberal and mechanical arts. And comprising an universal repositry of ancient and modern literaure, freed from the obscurities, errors and superfluities of other dictionaries. And including all the new improvements and latest discoveries made in the arts and sciences, particularly acoustics aerology aerostation agriculture algebra amphibiology anatomy annuities architecture arithmetic astronomy belles-lettres book-keeping botany brewing catoptrics chemistry chronology commerce comparative anatomy conchology conics cosmography criticism dialling dioptrics distillation drawing dyeing electricity engineering engraving entomology ethics farriery fencing financing fluxions fortification fossils gardening gauging geography geometry grammar gunnery handicrafts heraldry history husbandry hydraulics hydrography hydrostatics ichthyology laws logic magnetism mammalia mathematics mechanics medicine mensuration merchandize metallurgy metaphysics military affairs mineralogy midwifery music mythology navigation national affairs optics oratory ornithology painting perspective pharmacy philolosophy physic physiology pneumatics poetry politics projectiles rhetoric rites sculpture surgery surveying tactics theology trade trigonometry vermeology zoology, &c. By the new and improved plan of incorporating complete systems on the sciences, and distinct treatises on the respective arts, this work comprises, independent of the alphabetical arragements, a general circle of science; and forms the most comprehensive library of universal knowledge that was ever published in the English language. In three volumes. By William Henry Hall, Esquire. Illustrated with upwards of one hundred and fifty large superb copper-plates, accurately descriptive of the different subjects to which they refer.
Author
  • Hall, William Henry, -1807.
Edition
The Third Edition. Revised, corrected, and enlarged, with considerable additions, improvements and modern discoveries, by Thomas Augustus Lloyd, assisted by gentlemen of scientific knowledge.
Published
London : Printed for C. Cooke, No. 17, Pater-noster-Row ; and sold by the booksellers of Bath, Bristol, Birmingham, Canterbury, Cambridge, Coventry, Chester, Derby, Exeter, Gloucester, Hereford, Hull, Ipswich, Leeds, Liverpool, Leicester, Manchester, Newcastle, Norwich, Nottingham, Northampton, Oxford, Reading, Salisbury, Sherborn, Sheffield, Shrewsbury, Worcester, Winchester, York ; and by all other booksellers in England, Scotland, and Ireland, 1797?
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  • Thorbeck, Dewey
ISBN
  • 9781138937666
  • 9781138937680 (pbk.)
Published
Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2017.
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