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Brougham and Vaux, Henry Brougham, Baron, 1778-1868.
Discourses on the objects and uses of science and literature.
New York, Harper & Brothers, 1848
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Henry Brougham Brougham and Vaux, Baron; Alonzo Potter; Adam Sedgwick; G C Verplanck
|Notes:||In six parts, each part has half-title included in paging.|
|Description:||[vii]-xxxi pages, 1 leaf, -332 pages 16 cm.|
|Contents:||[Potter, Alonzo] Preliminary observations, on reading.--Brougham, Henry. A discourse on the objects, advantages, and pleasures of science.--Potter, Alonzo. The pleasures and advantages of literature and moral science.--Sedgwick, Adam. A discourse on classical metaphysical, moral and natural studies.--Verplanck, G.C. On the importance of scientific knowledge to the manufacturer and practical mechanic.--Verplanck, G.C. The influence of moral causes upon opinion, science and literature.|
|Series Title:||The family library., no. 179|
|Responsibility:||by Henry Lord Brougham, Prof. Sedgwick ... and the Hon. G.C. Verplanck. With preliminary observations, &c., on reading, by A. Potter ...|