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INTENDED FOR THE
INSTRUCTION AND ENTERTAINMENT
IN WHICH THE
NATURAL AND EXPERIMENTAL
ARE FULLY EXPLAINED.
VOL. V. OF OPTICS AND MAGNETISM.
"Conversation, with the habit of explaining the meaning of
EDGEWORTH'S PRACTICAL EDUCATION.
By the Rev. J. JOYCE.
NEW EDITION, CORRECTED AND IMPROVED.
PRINTED FOR J. JOHNSON,
No. 72, ST. PAUL'S CHURCHYARD.
EducT 20 218, 09.468(5)
HARVARD COLLEGE LIBRARY
Printed by S. Hamilton, Weybridge.
In presenting to the public
the concluding volumes of the SCIENTIFIC DIALOGUES, the Author cannot but acknowledge, with sentiments of gratitude, the favourable reception which the former parts of the work have experienced. He trusts that the several subjects comprised in these last volumes, will have an equal claim to the candour of those who are engaged in the arduous but honourable employment of education.
It will be seen that it was quite impossible to include in the six volumes the