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Book Description
?First collected edition. 8vo. pp. [i], 170; port. frontis. of Edison; advertisements to endpapers; very good in the original printed card wrappers with port. of William Harvey to upper wrapper, partly split along upper joint, soiled, darkened on spine.
Dealer Notes
The Manchester ‘Science Lectures for the People’ were delivered in eleven series from 1866 to 1880. The lectures were published individually, or by series, then in volumes which collected two series together, and finally in two volumes for the entire series. The present series includes ‘William Harvey, and the discovery of the circulation of the Blood’ by Thomas Huxley, W. H. Flower on “The Aborigines of Tasmania an Extinct Race”, and Professor Barrett on “Edison, and some of his Inventions”.
Author [Roscoe, H. E., ed.]
Date 1879
Binding Original printed card wrappers
Publisher Manchester & London: John Heywood
Condition See description
Pages [i], 170

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