The Elements of Natural or Experimental Philosophy
Cavallo, Tiberius

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Thomas Dobson & Son, 1819. Two volumes; xxx + 472 + (4) + 551 pages; useful index for both at the front of Volume I; collated complete with 21 plates and a printed table; illustrations with various apparatus demonstrating the section's topic; for instance, the section on light with a picture of a simple camera obscura; section on astronomy with images of globes & spheres; Volume I printed by T.H. Palmer, Volume II printed by W. Fry, both volumes copyright 1819; the second American edition, with additional notes, selected from various authors by F.X. Brosius; both volumes with the bookplate of C. Dubois Wagstaff; approx. 5 1/2" x 8 3/4" size; bound in full tree-calf leather; red leather title-labels on spines; simple gilt rules; all edges tinted pale yellow; edge, tips and spine ends wear & rubbing, scuffs; foxing, spotting in text & plates; in good condition. Good (Item ID: 24268)


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