The complete dictionary of arts and sciences

In which the whole circle of human learning is explained, and the difficulties attending the acquisition of every art, whether liberal or mechanical, are removed, in the most easy and familiar manner. Among the various branches of literature explained in this work are the following, viz. agriculture, algebra, anatomy, architecture, arithmetic, astronomy, botany, catoptrics, chemistry, chronology, commerce, conics, cosmography, dialling, dioptrics, ethics, fluxions, fortification, gardening, gauging, geography, geometry, grammar, gunnery, handicrafts, heraldy, history, horsemanship, husbandry, hydraulics, hydrography, hydrostatics, law, levelling, logic, maritime and military affairs, mathematics, merchandize, metaphysics, meteorology, music, naviagtion, optics, painting, perspective, pharmacy, philology, philosophy, physics, pneumatics, rhetoric, sculpture, series, statics, statuary, surgery, surveying, theology, &c. The theological, philological, and critical branches, by the Rev. Temple Henry Croker, A.M. chaplain to the Right Honourable the Earl of Hillsborough. The medicinal, anatomical, and chemical, by Thomas Williams, M.D. The mathematical by Samuel Clark, author of an easy introduction to the theory and practice of mechanics. And the other parts by several gentlemen particularly conversant in the arts or sciences they have undertaken to explain
Hrsg. v. Temple Henry CrokerThomas WilliamsSamuel Clark
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