A DICTIONARY OF MECHANICAL SCIENCE, Arts, Manufactures, and Miscellaneous Knowledge. Comprising the pure sciences of mathematics, geometry, arithmetic, algebra, &c;- the mixed sciences of mechanics, hydrostatics, pneumatics, optics, and astronomy;- experimental philosophy;- the fine arts;- agriculture and its implements;-manufactures, and their various processes;- commerce and domestic economy;- natural history;- with biographical and histroical notices of eminent men, who have adorned science
London.Henry Fisher, Son, and Co. 1835. Two volumes with continuous paging. 1066, pp. Illustrated with 72 full-page plates ( one more than called for, there being and extra plate of horses), and numerous engravings within the text. Bound in contemporaray cloth, gilt. 4to. Volume I water-stained throughout to the top inch or less; bindings rather worn; else a good plus set.