A woman representing truth sits in a chemical laboratory and points at the source of a ray of light, representing philosophy. Engraving by Crabb, 1817, after G.M. Brighty.
- Brighty, G. M.
- 30 July 1817
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"This work is at once a body of experimental knowledge:- how to sustain the appetite in an elegant manner, and how to relieve the body under its various accidental afflictions. It contains also invaluable receipts for rendering the arts and sciences subservient to domestic purposes."--preface by Hughson, op. cit.
[London] : W. Pritchard & I. Bysh, 30 July 1817.
1 print : line engraving with etching ; border 17 x 12.1 cm
Frontispiece. Truth pointing to the light of philosophy. Brighty delt. Crabb sculpt.
Wellcome Library no. 26216i