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THE AMERICAN CHESTERFIELD, or
ticularly to illustrate the Universal Geography, Way to Wealth, Honour, and Distinction. by M. Malte-Brun.
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all who understand the subject, consider it supeThe Theory and Practice well explained, andrior to any other in use. fully exemplified on eighty-four copper plates, including some observations, &c. on the Strength of CONVERSATIONS ON CHEMISTRY, in Timber, by Peter Nicholson. Tenth edition. This
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ly explained and illustrated by Experiments and ance, all existing works on the subject, and still Engravings on wood. From the last London retains its original celebrity.
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PULAR QUOTATIONS, which are in daily notices of the great practical value of this work.
use; taken from the Latin, French, Greek, The distinguished editor of the American Farmer,
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