Arts Improvement

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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''
 
 
First published 1702 with title Apopiroscopy, under the pseudonym T. Snow.
 
 
 
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'''Arts Improvement''', 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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It was first published in 1702 with title Apopiroscopy, under the pseudonym T. Snow.
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* The second edition. London in 1723  
 
* The second edition. London in 1723  
  
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* http://openlibrary.org/b/OL17632146M/Arts_improvement
 
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Latest revision as of 19:21, 5 December 2012

Arts Improvement
AuthorRichard Neve
Publication Date1703
LanguageEnglish
 

Arts Improvement, 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

It was first published in 1702 with title Apopiroscopy, under the pseudonym T. Snow.



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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