The Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in Science and Art

Gould, Kendall, and Lincoln, 1863

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Seite 347 - KNOWLEDGE IS POWER. A View of the Productive Forces of Modern Society, and the Results of Labor, Capital, and Skill. By CHARLES KNIGHT. With numerous Illustrations. American Edition. Revised, with Additions, by DAVID A. WELLS, Editor of the " Annual of Scientific Discovery.
Seite 353 - NATURAL THEOLOGY: Illustrated by forty Plates, with Selections from the Notes of Dr. Paxton, and Additional Notes, Original and Selected, with a Vocabulary of Scientific Terms. Edited by JOHN WARE, MD Improved edition, with elegant illustrations. 12mo, cloth, embossed, 1.75. XANSEL'S PROLEGOMENA LOGIC 'A ; the Psychological Character of Logical Processes. By HENRY LONGUEVILLE MANSEL, BD 12mo, cloth, 1.25. YOUNG LADIES' CLASS BOOK: a Selection of Lessons for Reading <ri Prose and Verse.
Seite 353 - WORDS AND PHRASES, so classified and arranged as to facilitate the expression of ideas, and assist in literary composition.
Seite 355 - PRINCIPLES OF ZOOLOGY; Touching the Structure, Development, Distribution, and Natural Arrangement, of the RACES OF ANIMALS, living and extinct, with numerous Illustrations. For the use of Schools and Colleges. Part I. COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY.
Seite 353 - Sears for strictly educational purposes^ those words and phrases properly termed "vulgar," incorporated in the original work, were omitted. These expurgated portions have, in the present edition, been restored, but by such an arrangement of the matter as not to interfere with the educational purposes of the American editor. Besides this it contains important additions...
Seite 357 - ITANS ; or, The Court, Church, and Parliament of England, during the reigns of Edward VI. and Elizabeth. By SAMUEL HOPKINS, author of Lessons at the Cross,
Seite 355 - This work places us in possession of information half a century in advance of all our elementary works on this subject * * No work of the same dimensions has ever appeared in t•e English language, containing so much new and valuable information on the subject of which It treats."—Prof.
Seite 351 - Narrative ; thus presenting a complet* view of English literature from the earliest to the present time. Let the reader open where he will, he cannot fail to find matter for profit and delight.
Seite 349 - PILGRIMAGE TO EGYPT; EMBRACING A DIARY OF EXPLORATIONS ON THE NILE, WITH OBSERVATIONS, illustrative of the Manners, Customs, and Institutions of the People, and of the present condition of the Antiquities and Ruins. By JVC SMITH, MD, Editor of the Boston Medical and Surgical Journal.
Seite 351 - The plan of the work is very judicious. , It will put the reader in a proper point of view for surveying the whole ground over which he is travelling. . . . Such readers cannot fail to profit largely by the labors of the critic who has the talent and taste to separate what is really beautiful and worthy of their study from what is superfluous.

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