The golden cabinet :
being the laboratory, or handmaid to the arts : containing such branches of useful knowledge, as nearly concerns all kinds of people, from the squire to the peasant, and will afford both profit and delight.
|Related Names:||Rice, Patrick. , Rice, Henry d. 1804., Spotswood, William 1753?-1805.|
Philadelphia : Printed and sold by William Spotswood and H. & P. Rice ..., 1793.
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Chemistry, Technical > Chemistry, Technical / Early works to 1800.
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In three parts, paged continuously; each part has a separate title-page.
First leaf blank.
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