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A description of the most valuable kinds of microscopes now in use : Viz. The pocket microscope, together with the new invention for fixing it on a pedestal, and giving light to objects by a speculum ; the double reflection microscope ; the microscope for viewing opake objects ; and the solar, or camera obscura microscope. As they are made and sold by John Cuff, against Serjeant's-Inn Gate in Fleet-street. With a particular account of the use and application of the several parts of the apparatus belonging to each kind. Preview this item
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A description of the most valuable kinds of microscopes now in use : Viz. The pocket microscope, together with the new invention for fixing it on a pedestal, and giving light to objects by a speculum ; the double reflection microscope ; the microscope for viewing opake objects ; and the solar, or camera obscura microscope. As they are made and sold by John Cuff, against Serjeant's-Inn Gate in Fleet-street. With a particular account of the use and application of the several parts of the apparatus belonging to each kind.

Author: John Cuff
Publisher: London : Printed for John Cuff, in Fleet-street, [1758?]
Series: Eighteenth century collections online.
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Genre/Form: Early works
Early works to 1800
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: John Cuff
OCLC Number: 510701127
Notes: The drop-head title of p. [3] of the first section is 'The description of a pocket microscope, .', and the final unnumbered leaf of the same section is 'The description of a new invention, to fix the pocket microscope, .'; the second contains 'A description of the solar, or camera obscura microscope, .', signed and dated at end: John Cuff. Fleet-street, Feb. 17th, 1743; the third 'The description of a microscope for opake objects; .'; the fourth 'The description of a new-constructed double microscope: .', signed on p. 4: John Cuff. Fleet-street, Sept. 20th, 1744; all these four sections have separate pagination and register (the third without register), with drop-head titles for the last three; the final section, with separate titlepage and pagination, is 'The description of a double and single microscope. . London: printed by R. Pardon', 1758.
Price in square brackets: (Price One Shilling.).
Reproduction of original from British Library.
Description: 1 online resource (8, [2]; 6; 4; 12; 8 pages, plates).
Series Title: Eighteenth century collections online.

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