Domestic Encyclopædia (1802)/Volume 4/Title

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THE

DOMESTIC ENCYCLOPÆDIA;

OR, A

DICTIONARY OF FACTS,

AND

USEFUL KNOWLEDGE:

COMPREHENDING

A CONCISE VIEW OF THE LATEST DISCOVERIES,
INVENTIONS, AND IMPROVEMENTS, CHIEFLY
APPLICABLE TO RURAL AND DOMESTIC ECONOMY;

TOGETHER WITH

DESCRIPTIONS OF THE MOST INTERESTING OBJECTS OF NATURE AND ART;
THE HISTORY OF MEN AND ANIMALS, IN A STATE OF HEALTH OR
DISEASE; AND PRACTICAL HINTS RESPECTING THE ARTS AND
MANUFACTURES, BOTH FAMILIAR AND COMMERCIAL.

Illustrated with numerous Engravings and Cuts.




IN FOUR VOLUMES.



VOLUME FOURTH.

BY

A. F. M. WILLICH, M. D.

AUTHOR OF THE LECTURES ON DIET AND REGIMEN, &C. &C.

 


 

LONDON:

PRINTED FOR MURRAY AND HIGHLEY, 32, FLEET-STREET; VERNOR AND
HOOD, POULTRY; G. KEARSLEY, FLEET-STREET; H. D. SYMONDS,
AND THOMAS HURST, PATERNOSTER-ROW; AND THE AUTHOR.

M.DCCCII.


Printed by B. M'Millan,
Bow-Street, Covent-Garden.