Cyclopaedia, or, An universal dictionary of arts and sciences : containing an explication of the terms, and an account of the things signified thereby, in the several arts, both liberal and mechanical, and the several sciences, human and divine ... / extracted from the best authors, dictionaries, journals, memoirs, transactions, ephemerides, etc., in several languages by E. Chambers, F.R.S. ; in two volumes.
|Main Author:||Chambers, Ephraim, approximately 1680-1740.|
|Related Names:||Innys, William -1756., Caslon, William 1693-1766., Rooker, Edward d. 1774., Van der Gucht, John 1697-., Fletcher, Henry fl. 1715-1738., Child, George.|
London : Printed for W. Innys ... [and 15 others], 1750.
The sixth edition, corrected and amended.
Encyclopedias and dictionaries.
Encyclopedias > England > 1750.
Signatures, v. 1: pi² [1A]² a-f² g1 1B-1Uuu² 2A-2Iii² 3A-3Fff² 3Ggg1 4A-4Zz² *4Zzz1 5A-5Oo². Vol. 2: chi1 5Pp-5Eee² 6A-6Ii² 7A-7R² 7S1 8A-8Bb² 9A-9Z² 10A-10Ee² 10Ff1 11A-11Tt² 12A-12Bb² 13A-13Ii² 13Kk1.
Vol. 2 includes double-page "A specimen by William Caslon, Letter-Founder, in Chiswell-Street, London."
Double-page etched frontispiece, v. 1, by G. Child. Other plates signed by H. Fletcher, J. van der Gucht, E. Rooker.
Unpaged after preface, v. 1 (XXV p.).
2 v. :
40 cm. (fol.)
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