The Sidereal Heavens and Other Subjects Connected with Astronomy, as Illustrative of the Character of the Deity and of an Infinity of Worlds. Thomas Dick.
The Sidereal Heavens and Other Subjects Connected with Astronomy, as Illustrative of the Character of the Deity and of an Infinity of Worlds
The Sidereal Heavens and Other Subjects Connected with Astronomy, as Illustrative of the Character of the Deity and of an Infinity of Worlds

The Sidereal Heavens and Other Subjects Connected with Astronomy, as Illustrative of the Character of the Deity and of an Infinity of Worlds

London, Nd(ca.1843): Thomas Ward and Co. Small Octavo. Item #021560

584pp., Frontispiece, 14 other plates of which four are double paged. The author exhibits a pretty full display of all the prominent facts connected with the motions, distances, magnitudes, and other phenomena of the planets, both primary and secondary and of the observations and reasons by which they are supported. Beautifully bound by Deighton of Worcester in full green polished calf elaborately decorated in gilt, spine gilt, read morocco spine label and all edges gilt, yellow coated endpapers, corners slightly bent. A lovely copy.

Price: $165.00

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