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Subtitled ''or, Choice experiments and observations in building, husbandry, gardening, mechanicks, chimistry, painting, japaning, varnishing, guilding, inlaying, embossing, carving, preserving several things in their natural shape and colour : and in other arts and sciences profitable and pleasant : extracted from the most celebrated authors in several languages : manuscripts, experiments communicated by several ingenious gentlemen, and the author's own experience''
  
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First published 1702 with title Apopiroscopy, under the pseudonym T. Snow.
  
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== Editions ==
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* First - Published in 1703, Printed for D. Brown, at the Black-Swan and Bible
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* The second edition. London in 1723
  
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* http://openlibrary.org/b/OL17632146M/Arts_improvement
  
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Revision as of 17:01, 16 February 2012

Subtitled or, Choice experiments and observations in building, husbandry, gardening, mechanicks, chimistry, painting, japaning, varnishing, guilding, inlaying, embossing, carving, preserving several things in their natural shape and colour : and in other arts and sciences profitable and pleasant : extracted from the most celebrated authors in several languages : manuscripts, experiments communicated by several ingenious gentlemen, and the author's own experience

First published 1702 with title Apopiroscopy, under the pseudonym T. Snow.

Arts Improvement
AuthorRichard Neve
Publication Date1703
LanguageEnglish
 


Editions

  • First - Published in 1703, Printed for D. Brown, at the Black-Swan and Bible
  • The second edition. London in 1723

References

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