3 edition of Notes on aquatic microscopic subjects of natural history found in the catalog.
Notes on aquatic microscopic subjects of natural history
Cover title: Notes on natural history.
|Other titles||Notes on natural history|
|Statement||by Andrew Pritchard ...|
|Contributions||Goring, C. R., 1792-1840|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 93,  p., 10 leaves of plates (1 fold.) (prelim. p.  advertisement) :|
|Number of Pages||93|
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National Emergency Library. Top American Libraries Canadian. Andrew Pritchard FRSE (14 December – 24 November ) was an English naturalist and natural history dealer who made significant improvements to microscopy and studied microscopic organisms.
His belief that God and nature were one led him to the Unitarians, a religious movement to which he and his family devoted much became a leading member of Newington Green Unitarian Church.
Andrew Pritchard and C.R. Notes on aquatic microscopic subjects of natural history book Notes on aquatic microscopic subjects of natural history: selected from the ‘Microscopic Cabinet.’ illustrated by ten coloured engravings (London: Whittaker & Co., ) STORE TURNER These two books contain extracts from The Microscopic Cabinet which by the s was no longer in print.
Through them Pritchard sought to capitalise on the then. Notes on aquatic microscopic subjects of natural history: selected from the "Microscopic cabinet": illustrated by 10 coloured engravings, from original drawings made by C.R.
Goring / View Metadata By: Pritchard, Andrew, - Goring, C. Notes on aquatic microscopic subjects of natural history by Andrew Pritchard 1 edition - first published in Read Listen.
The Microscope Cabinet Subjects. Accessible book, Infusoria, Microscope and microscopy, Microscopy, Animalcules, Microscopes. NOTES ON AQUATIC MICROSCOPIC SUBJECTS OF NATURAL HISTORY, selected from the "Microscopic Cabinet." By ANDREW PRITCHARD, M.R.I.
A SECOND LETTER to the REV. HUGH JAMES ROSE, B.D.; containing NOTES on MILNER'S HISTORY of the CHURCH in the FOURTH CENTURY. 8vo. A LETTER to the REV. " Notes and Queries" is published at noon on. Notes on aquatic microscopic subjects of natural history: selected from the 'Microscopic Cabinet ' with C.R.
Goring () Works about Pritchard [ edit ] " Pritchard, Andrew," in Dictionary of National Biography, London: Smith, Elder, & Co., (–) in 63 vols. Get this from a library. Micrographia illustrata or, The microscope explained Likewise, a natural history of aerial, terrestrial, and aquatic animals, &c., considered as microscopic objects.
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Especially great if drawing is a part of your curriculum. Very clear drawings will inspire teachers and students alike. If you are Waldorf-oriented, it will fit in very well- /5(7). NOTES ON AQUATIC MICROSCOPIC SUBJECTS OF NATURAL HISTORY, selected from the "Microscopic Cabinet." By ANDREW PRITCHARD, M.R.I.
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In the latter half of the Victorian Age (–) microscopy was introduced as popular past-time. at least for the relatively well-to do. For example, Pritchard in the end pages of his book ‘Notes on Natural History’ offered a “standard achromatic” for £15 (Pritchard ).
PritchardNotes on Aquatic Microscopic Subjects Author: John R. Dolan. Get this from a library. Micrographia illustrata, or, The microscope explained: in several new inventions, particularly of a new variable microscope for examining all sorts of minute objects: and also of a new camera obscura microscope, designed for drawing all minute objects, either by the light of the sun, or by a lamp in winter evenings, to great perfection: with a description of all the.
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You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project. A manual of microscopic mounting with notes on the collection and examination of objects. (Philadelphia, Lindsay Likewise, a natural history of aerial, terrestrial, and aquatic animals, &c, considered as microscopic objects / (London: Printed and as a hand-book for classes in natural science.
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