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The microscope made easy : or, I. The nature, uses, and magnifying powers of the best kinds of microscopes described, calculated, and explained: For the Instruction of such, particularly, as desire to search into the Wonders of the Minute Creation, tho' they are not acquainted with Optics. Together with Full Directions how to prepare, apply, examine, and preserve, all Sorts of Objects, and proper Cautions to be observed in viewing them. II. An account of what surprizing discoveries have been already made by the microscope: With useful Reflections on them. And also a great variety of new experiments and observations, pointing out many uncommon Subjects for the Examination of the Curious. By Henry Baker, Fellow of the Royal Society, and Member of the Society of Antiquaries, in London. Illustrated with Copper Plates. Preview this item
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The microscope made easy : or, I. The nature, uses, and magnifying powers of the best kinds of microscopes described, calculated, and explained: For the Instruction of such, particularly, as desire to search into the Wonders of the Minute Creation, tho' they are not acquainted with Optics. Together with Full Directions how to prepare, apply, examine, and preserve, all Sorts of Objects, and proper Cautions to be observed in viewing them. II. An account of what surprizing discoveries have been already made by the microscope: With useful Reflections on them. And also a great variety of new experiments and observations, pointing out many uncommon Subjects for the Examination of the Curious. By Henry Baker, Fellow of the Royal Society, and Member of the Society of Antiquaries, in London. Illustrated with Copper Plates.

Author: Henry Baker
Publisher: London : Printed for R. Dodsley, at Tully's Head in Pall-Mall; and sold by M. Cooper, in Pater-Noster-Row, and J. Cuff, Optician, in Fleetstreet, 1743.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : The 2nd edition: with an additional plate of the solar microscopeView all editions and formats
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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: Henry Baker
OCLC Number: 745246943
Notes: Sigs. C4, H3 and H4 are unpaginated.
With an index.
Reproduction of original from British Library.
Description: 1 online resource ([2],xvi, 22, [2],23-98, [4],99-311, [13] p., plates,tables)

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