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Solvent Power of Heat-Brickmaking--PotteryGlazes and Colours-Solidifying-Expansion-Contraction-- Liquidity-Gases - Evaporation -Combustion and Flame-Light-Houses and Signal Lamps -The Microscope, &c. With very many ENGRAV
INGS. In the Press. This volume differs materially from previous publications having the same object, namely, that of rendering the path of science easy
and inviting to beginners. The chief differences will be found, in the c. Jer of the subjects, in the manner in which they are treated, in the examples by which principles are illustrated, and in certain reflections and remarks, not generally introduced into scientific writings.
IX. A COURSE of NATURAL PHILOSOPHY applied to
the ARTS; intended for the use of practical men, and to be read in the upper classes of Schools. By the Rev. HENRY MOSELEY, M. A., Professor of Natural Philosophy, King's College, London. In the
Press. The course will commence with a Treatise on Mechanics, applied to
the Arts. Great care has been taken to avoid all technical language in this
Treatise ; and the method of demonstration is by direct experiment: the work being intended for the use of those who may not
possess a knowledge of mathematics. In order to render the work entirely practical in its application, the consideration of friction is introduced from the commencement.
X. CHRISTMAS CAROLS; a Series of ORIGINAL Songs
suitable for the Festival of OUR LORD'S NATIVITY; adapted to select Music, from HANDEL, HAYDN, JACKSON (of Exeter), Abel, Relfe, &c., and to various National and Ancient Airs, arranged for one, two, and three Voices, with Accompaniments
for the Piano-forte or Organ. In the Press. It is hoped that these little poems, written in a plain and easy style, and breathing proper sentiments of piety, can hardly fail to be
generally uselul, and to supersede in a great degree the rude strains current throughout the country under the same title. Having been written with a view to being sung, they have been set and adapted to some beautiful music, and are thus fitted for families
and musical parties. The words will be published separately, at a very low price, for gene