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4160 Encyclopedia. Select Essays from the French Encyclopaedia;

8vo, bds. 3s. 1772

4161 Encyclopedia Metropolitana, or Universal Dictionary of

Knowledge, on an Original Plan: comprising the two-fold Advantages of a Philosophical and an Alphabetical Arrangement: edited by the Rev. E. Smedley, the Rev. H. J. Rose, and others, with a General Index; 26 vols. 4to, plates (pub. at 60/.) cloth, 42/. 1829-43 4161* the same; 26 vols. 4to, half-bound russia, 50/. 1829-43

4162 the same ; 26 vols. 4to, russia, marbled edges, 60/. 1829-43

This important work will be completed in 26 volumes, and consists of four grand divisions, viz.

I. Pure Sciences.—II. Mixed And Applied Sciences.—III. HisTory.—IV. Miscellaneous And Lexicographical, comprising an English Lexicon, a Dictionary of Scientific Terms, and a Gazetteer, under one alphabet.

I. PURE SCIENCES.

VOL. I. CONTAINS

Grammar, by Sir J. Stoddart, LL.D.

Logic and Rhetoric, by Richard
Wbately. DP. Arcbbp. of Dublin

Geometry, and the Theory Op
Numbers, by Peter Barlow, Esq.

Arithmetic, by Rev. G. Peacock

Algebra, and Geometrical Ana-
Lysis, by Rev. D. Lardner, LL D.

•trigonometry, by G. B. Airy. Esq.

Analytical Geometry, and Conic
Sections, by the Rev. H. P. Ha-
milton, M.A.

Differential Calculus, and Inte-
Gral Calculus, by A. Levy, Esq.

or Vol. n.

Which will complete this Division, the following Treatises are already published:

Calculus Of Variations, and CalCulus Of Finite Differences, by Rev. T. G. Hall, M A.

Calculus Of Functions, and The-
Ory Of Probabilities, by A. De
Morgan, Esq.

Definite Integrals, by Rev. H.
Moseley, M. A.

Moral And Metaphysical Philo-
Sophy, by Rev. F. Maurice, M.A.

II. MIXED SCIENCES.

VOL. I. CONTAINS

MficnANics.Ht Drodynam ics,Pneu-
Matics, Optics, Astronomy, and
Maonetism, by P. Barlow. Esq.

Nautical Astronomy, by the late
Captain Kater.

Physical Astronomy, by Sir J. F.
W. Herschel.

VOL. II. CONTAINS

Electro Maonetism, by P. Barlow
Electricity, Heat, and Chemis-
Try, by the Rev. F. Luun, M.A.
Galvanism, by Peter Roget, M.D.
Light & Sound, by Sir J. Herschel

VOL. III. CONTAINS

Meteorology, by George Harvey
Figure Of The Earth, G. B. Airy
Architecture, by J. Narricn, Esq.
Sculpture, by R. Westmacott, Juu.
Painting, by Bishop J. T. James,

D-D. and the Rev. J. Lindsay
Engraving, by the Rev. J. Lindsay
Heraldry, by Rev. H. Thompson
Numismatics, by B. R. Green, Esq.
Poetry, by John Hughes, Esq. A.M.
Music, by Joseph Gwilt, Esq. F.R.S.

VOL. iv. Contains

Agriculture, by Rev. M. Russell

Commerce, by Joseph Lowe, Esq.

Political Economy, by N. W. Senior, Esq,

Carpentry, by Peter Nicholson, Esq.

Fortification, by Major Charles C.
Mitchell and Captain Proctor

Naval Architecture, by the late
George Harvey, Esq.

Crystalloqraphy and Mineralogy,
by J. H. Brooke, Esq.

Geology, by John Phillips, Esq. and C G. B. Daubeny, M.D.

VOL. V.

Which will complete this Division, is nearly ready.

VOL. vi. Contains

A Treatise on the Manufactures and Machinery of Great BriTain, by Peter Barlow, Esq. F.R.S. To which is prefixed an Introductory View of the Principles of Manufactures, by Charles Babbag?, Esq. Lucasian Professor of Mathematics, Cambridge.

Enctclop;edia Metropolitana(continued.)

III. HISTORY.

VOL*. I. II. III. IV. AND V.

These volumes commence with the

Creation, and extend to the end of

the Eighteenth Century. The

writers are as follows:
Charles James Blomfield, D.D. Lord

Bishop of London
Rev. Thomas Arnold, D.D. Head

Master of Rugby School
Sir John Stoddart, LL.D.
Mr. Serjeant Talfourd
Archdeacon Lyall, M.A.
Rev. R. D. Hampden, D.D. Regius

Professor of Divinity, Oxford
Rev. S. Hinds, D.D. late Vice.rrin-

cipal of St. Alban s Hall
Rev. W. Whewell, M.A.
Rev. J. H. Newman, B.D.
Rev. Michael Russell, LL.D.

Capt. Procter, Royal Military Col-
lege, Sandhurst
Rev. James Amiraux Jeremie, M.A.
Rev. G. C. Renouard, B.D.
Rev. Richard Garnett
Rev. J. B. S. Carwithen, M.A.
Rev. Alfred Lyall, A.M.
Rev. J. H. B. Mountain, M.A.
Archdeacon Wm. Hale Hale, M.A.
Rev. J. B. Ottley, M.A.
Rev. Henry Thompson, M.A.
Major A. S. H. Mountain
William Lowndes, Esq.
John Mason Good, M.D.
Rev. Dr. Cox

Cleland, Esq.

R. Whitcombe, Esq. M.A.
Samuel Jacob, Esq.
Rev. Edw. Smedley, M.A.

IV. MISCELLANEOUS AND LEXICOGRAPHICAL.

Vols. I. To Xi.

The Lexicon Of The English
Language is wholly the production
of Charles Richardson, Esq.

Asiatic Geographv, Mythology
and Statistics, Sc African Geo-
Graphy, by G. C. Renouard, B.D.

European and American Geogra-
Phy, by the late T. Myers, Esq.
LL.D. Charles Vignoles, Esq. U.
Lloyd, Esq. Wm. D. Cooley, Esq.

Zoology [Verkbrah) by J. F. South,
S, Jacob, Esq. G. H. Smith, Esq.
Esq. Lecturer on Anatomy, St.
Thomas's Hospital

Zoology (ImvrUbraU) by T. Bell,
Esq. F.L.S. J. E. Gray,' Esq. and
James F. Stephens, Esq. F.L.S.

Botany, by C. Lush, Esq. F.L S.
and Thomas Edwards, Esq.

One more volume will

Law, by R. Whitcombe, Esq. M.A. Francis Smedley, Esq. W. Smythe, Esq. and H. H. Dodgson, Esq. The Miscellaneous Articles by Peter Barlow, Esq. Rev. T. H. Home, B.D. Rev. W. Hale Hale, M.A. David Uwins, M.D. Rev. Michael Russell, LL.D. Rev. Philip Bliss, D.D. James Elwes, Esq. Archdeacon Lyall, A.M. Capt. H. N. Bounycastle, Charles Bonnycastle, Esq. Charles Vignoles, Esq. Rev. J. H. B. Mountain, A.M. W. Horscley, Esq. M B. Rev. H. Thompson, A.M. Charles Babhuge, Esq. Wm. Miller, Esq. Rich. Westmacott, Jun. Esq. the late Geo. Harvey, Esq. Rev. W. A. Evanson, M.A. Rev. R. P. Hone, M.A. & the late Rev. F. Smedley. complete this Division.

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