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A companion to the 'Endless amusement', containing nearly 400 interesting experiments in various branches of science. Including electricity, galvanism, hydraulics, hydrostatics, pneumatics, chemistry, optics, magnetism, mathematics, &c., &c. : to which are added, Recreations with cards, and a collection of ingenious problems the whole so clearly explained, as to be within the reach of the most limited capacity.

  • McManus, John J., 1889-1955
Date
[1825?]
  • Books

About this work

Also known as

Sequel to the Endless amusement.

Publication/Creation

London : James Gilbert, [1825?] ([London] : Guy and Balne)

Physical description

215 pages, 1 unnumbered folded leaf of plates : diagrams, illustrations ; (12mo)

Notes

Caption title: Endless amusement
Previously published: A Sequel to the Endless amusement. London : Thorp & Burch, and T. Boys, [1826]
"Illustrated by engravings"
Copy 1. Imperfect: lacks folded plate
Copy 2. Imperfect: Printed upper board and folded plate only

References note

Toole-Stott, R. Conjuring 172

Languages

  • English


Where to find it

  • Copy 1

    LocationStatusAccess
    Closed stores
    EPB/A/18531/1
  • Copy 2

    LocationStatusAccess
    Closed stores
    EPB/A/18531/2

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