The New and complete American encyclopedia: or, Universal dictionary of arts and sciences; on an improved plan: in which the respective sciences are arranged into complete systems, and the arts digested into distinct treatises; also the detached parts of knowledge alphabetically arranged and copiously explained, according to the best authorities. Illustrated with one hundred and seventy copper plates.
New York, John Low, 1805-11.
"From the Encyclopedia Perthensis, with improvements."
Imprint of v. 6-7 varies slightly.
illus., plates (part fold.), maps (part fold.), diagrs.
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