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Page 78 - POPULAR ASTRONOMY. Containing How to Observe the Heavens. The Earth, Sun, Moon, Planets. Light, Comets, Eclipses, Astronomical Influences, &c. 182 Illustrations, 4*. 6d. THE BEE AND WHITE ANTS: Their Manners and Habits. With Illustrations of Animal Instinct and Intelligence.
Page 77 - CONTENTS : The Planets ; are they inhabited Worlds ?— Weather Prognostics — Popular Fallacies in Questions of Physical Science — Latitudes and Longitudes — Lunar Influences — Meteoric Stones and Shooting Stars — Railway Accidents — Light — Common Things : — Air — Locomotion in the United States — Cometary Influences...
Page 77 - Fire. Locomotion and Transport, their Influence and Progress. The Moon. Common Things.— The Earth. The Electric Telegraph. Terrestrial Heat. The Sun. Earthquakes and Volcanoes. Barometer, Safety Lamp, and Whitworth's Micrometric Apparatus. Steam. The Steam Engine. The Eye. The Atmosphere. Time. Common Things.— Pumps.
Page 75 - A History of Greece from the Earliest Times to the Roman Conquest With Supplementary Chapters on the History of Literature and Art. By WILLIAM SMITH, LL.D., Editor of the Dictionaries of "Greek and Roman Antiquities," "Biography and Mythology," and
Page 77 - Intelligence — The Solar Microscope — The Camera Lucida — The Magic Lantern — The Camera Obscura — The Microscope — The White Ants : their Manners and Habits — The Surface of the Earth, or First Notions of Geography — Science and Poetry — The Bee — Steam Navigation — Electro-Motive Power — Thunder, Lightning, and the Aurora Borealis — The Printing Press— The Crust of the Earth— Comets— The Stereoscope — The Pre-Adamite Earth — Eclipses — Sound. With upwards of...
Page 75 - Second Edition. 8vo. 15s. cloth. Smith's Smaller Classical Dictionary of Biography, Mytholosy, and Geography. Abridged from the larger Dictionary. Illustrated by 200 Engravings on Wood. New Edition. Crown 8vo. 7s. 6d. cloth. Smith's Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography. By various Writers. Illustrated with Woodcuts of Coins, Flans of Cities, etc.
Page 76 - Reiner's Lessons on Form ; or, An Introduction to Geometry, as given in a Pestalozzian School, Cheam, Surrey, 12mo., with numerous Diagrams. 3s. 6d. cloth.
Page 78 - POPULAR PHYSICS. Containing Magnitude and Minuteness, the Atmosphere, Meteoric Stones, Popular Fallacies, Weather Prognostics, the Thermometer, the Barometer, Sound, &c. 85 Illustrations, cloth gilt, 2s.
Page 74 - Le Traducteur ; Selections, Historical, Dramatic, and MISCELLANEOUS, from the best FRENCH WRITERS, on a plan calculated to render reading and translation peculiarly serviceable in acquiring the French Language; accompanied by Explanatory Notes, a Selection of Idioms, etc.