A grammar of chemistry, wherein the principles of the science are familiarized by a variety of easy and entertaining experiments; with questions for exercise, and a glossary of terms in common use ... Corrected and revised by Benjamin Tucker. D. Rev Blair, Sir Richard Phillips i e.
A grammar of chemistry, wherein the principles of the science are familiarized by a variety of easy and entertaining experiments; with questions for exercise, and a glossary of terms in common use ... Corrected and revised by Benjamin Tucker
A grammar of chemistry, wherein the principles of the science are familiarized by a variety of easy and entertaining experiments; with questions for exercise, and a glossary of terms in common use ... Corrected and revised by Benjamin Tucker

A grammar of chemistry, wherein the principles of the science are familiarized by a variety of easy and entertaining experiments; with questions for exercise, and a glossary of terms in common use ... Corrected and revised by Benjamin Tucker

Philadelphia: published and sold by David Hogan, no. 249, Market-street, 1810. First American edition,12mo, pp. 180; engraved frontispiece showing 3 figures; contemporary full sheep, red morocco label on spine; text toned and lightly spotted, occasional stains, extremities rubbed and worn but the binding is sound. Ownership signature of Miss Harriet Messersmith, Lancaster, Pa. dated 1846, with her occasional notes on endpapers and flyleaves. At the back is a 35-page glossary of chemistry terms. Vancil shows no earlier dictionary/glossary of chemistry printed in the United States. American Imprints 21077. Item #58260

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