A system of natural philosophy:
in which are explained the principles of mechanics, hydrostatics, hydraulics, pneumatics, acoustics, heat, steam-engine, optics, electricity, magnetism, electro-magnetism, astronomy, electrotype, photography, daguerreotype and telegraph; to which are added questions for the examination of pupils, designed for the use of schools and academies.
|Main Author:||Comstock, J. L. 1789-1858.|
New York : Pratt, Oakley & Co., 1861.
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