Young Scientist: A Practical Journal for Amateurs, Volumen3

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Industrial Publication Company., 1852
 

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North America
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sents
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Figs 122 Illustrating the construction of steamships 737
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French frigate 723728
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Dance of the dervises
171
General Introduction to History
173
Erklärung der Zahlen Explanation of the Galizien Galicia
177
Ethiopians
182
The Etruscans and Romans
199
Laws Institutions Manners and Customs of the Romans
214
History of the Middle Ages 3951500 A D
225
The Heruli
231
HistoryContinued
233
Europa zur Zeit der Kreuzzüge Europe during Gebirge von Auvergne Mountains of Auvergne
234
Fortifications of Paris
239
Europa zur Zeit Karls des Grossen Europe at Gelbes Meer Yellow
260
St Louis administering justice
262
PLATE 9
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Ethnology of the Present Day
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The Afghans
376
English ship of the line firing a Fig 1 Manauvres hy schooners 729
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Bogen Indianer Strongbow Indians tribe of the Cappadocien Cappadocia
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Burning of a Hindoo widow with
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Europäisches Russland European Russia Geographen B Geographers
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A Warfare of Antiquity
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Figs 122 Weapons of the Egyptians 479 Fig 3 Roman lictor
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Figs 16 Games of Greek youth 195
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B Warfare of the Middle Ages
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PLATE 40
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Warfare of Modern Times
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PLATE 6
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Upper Division
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Military Engines in general Science of Projectiles
585
E Science of Fortification
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F Attack and Defence of Fortified Places
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G Pioneer and Pontoon Service
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History of Navigation
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Figs 15 French naval officers 744
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Officer on watch 714 718
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Middle deck 718 4 Starboard battery at night
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Midshipmens cabin 744
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Physical map of Europe 4 Physical map of South America 15
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Caulking shot holes 2 Lookout from the topsail yard
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Heaving the log 720
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Courtmartial
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PLATE 14
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Feuerland Terra del Fuego
767
Roman imperator 492 6 Carthaginian order of battle with
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