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THE MOST IMPORTANT DISCOVERIES AND IMPROVEMENTS
IN MECHANICS AND THE USEFUL ARTS; NATURAL PHILOSOPHY;
Ellustrated with Engravings.
BY THE EDITOR OF "THE ARCANA OF SCIENCE."
"Science exalts the mind, and raises it above minor matters."
PRESIDENT'S ADDRESS TO THE BRITISH ASSOCIATION, 1843.
DAVID BOGUE, FLEET STREET.
(LATE TILT AND BOGUE.
Researches of Faraday, Matteucci, De la Rive,
New Phenomena, Experiments and Processes; and New
BOTANY: New Facts in Vegetable Physiology, Newly
ASTRONOMICAL and METEOROLOGICAL PHE-
New Comets; Meteors; Remarkable Temperatures;
of Persons eminent in Science or Art, 1813
This Portrait of DR. JUSTUS LIEBIG, the celebrated Professor of Chemistry in the University of Giessen, has been reduced from a large Print just received from Germany.
Mr. Babbage's Calculating or Difference Engine, lately deposited in George the Third's Museum, King's College, London.
OF PERSONS EMINENT IN SCIENCE OR ART. 1843.
T. C. HOFLAND, landscape-painter.
ABRAHAM RAIMBACH, engraver.
LOUISA SEYFARTH, (Miss L. Sharpe,) artist.
W. S. GILPIN, landscape-gardener.
SYLV. F. LACROIX, the distinguished mathematician.
D. S. HAHNEMANN, originator of the Homoeopathic System.
DR. JACOBSEN, who filled, in the Academy of Sciences at Paris,
the Chair vacated by the death of Sir Everard Home.
ANTOINE MARIE PEYRE, architect.
HENRY THOMPSON, R.A., artist.
J. SAUTERLEITE, German artist-glass-painting, &c.
HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS THE DUKE OF SUSSEX, formerly President
of the Royal Society.
FREDERICK WILH. FACIS, medallist.
JAMES HAKEWILL, architect.
IPPOLITO ROSSELINI, Egyptian antiquities.
GEORGE MADDOX, architect and artist.
REV. W. LEWIS RHAM, rural economy.
J. C. LOUDON, rural economist; author of several works on Gardening, Agriculture, Natural History, &c.