Conversations on Natural Philosophy, in Which the Elements of That Science are Familiarly Explained and Adapted to Ther Comprehension of Young Pupils. Rev. J. L. Blake.
Conversations on Natural Philosophy, in Which the Elements of That Science are Familiarly Explained and Adapted to Ther Comprehension of Young Pupils
Conversations on Natural Philosophy, in Which the Elements of That Science are Familiarly Explained and Adapted to Ther Comprehension of Young Pupils

Conversations on Natural Philosophy, in Which the Elements of That Science are Familiarly Explained and Adapted to Ther Comprehension of Young Pupils

Boston: Gould, Kendall Ad Lincoln, 1842. Octavo. Item #022317

12pp. publisher's ads at front, frontispiece, viii, [9]10-276pp., 27 full page illustrations at rear. Improved by appropriate questions for the examination of scholars; also by illustrative notes and a dictionary of philosophical terms. This work is for the student and this edition has been introduced into the female department of the publick(sic) schools in Boston. A very good copy bound in full calf, flat spine ruled in gilt, black morocco spine label gilt, previous owner's name on front endpapers dated 1845 and name stamped on covers, some off-setting to title page, some occasional toning to leaves but mostly clean.

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