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AND USEFUL KNOWLEDGR. 3
DESCRIPTIONS OF THE MOST INTERESTING OBJECTS OF NATURE AND ART;
THE HISTORY OF MEN AND ANIMALS, IN A STATE OF HEALTH OR
MANUFACTURES, BOTH FAMILIAR AND COMMERCIAL.
ILLUSTRATED WITH NUMEROUS ENGRAVINGS AND CUTS.
IN FIVE VOLUMES.
BY A. F. M. WILLICH, M. D.
FIRST AMERICAN EDITION; WITH ADDITIONS,
BY JAMES MEASE, M.D.
C PHILADELPHIA :
KOBERT CARR, PRINTP.R.
District of Pennsylvania : 10 wit.
Be it remembered, That on the eighth day of April, in the twentyseventh Year of the Independence of the United States of America, William Young Birch, and Abraham Small, of the said District, have deposited in this Office the Title of a Book, the Right whereof they claim as Proprietors, in the words following, to wit : " The Domestic Encyclopædia ; or, A Dictionary of Facts, and Useful
“ Knowledge. Comprehending, a concise View of the latest Dis. “ coveries, 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 Cute “ In Five Volumes. Volume I. By A. F. M. Willich, M. D " Author of the Lectures on Diet and Regimen, &c. &c. Firse “ American Edition ; with Additions applicable to the present situs “tion of the United States. By James Mease, M. D. and Fellow of
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