The young man's book of knowledge
Containing a familiar view of the importance of religion, the works of nature, logic, eloquence, the passions, matter and motion, magnetism, mechanical powers, hydrostatics, hydraulics, optics, acoustics, electricity, galvanism, geometry, geography, astronomy, history, chronology, &c.
Leary & Co.Philadelphia, Pa.1851
First american edition, from the 20th London edition. To which is added, an epitome of american history, and appropriate reflections on the prosperity, influence, and importance of the United States