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Title: Catalogue of Rudimentary, Scientific, Educational, and Classical Works
Author: Virtue, James S.
Language: English
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                               CATALOGUE
                                   OF
               RUDIMENTARY, SCIENTIFIC, EDUCATIONAL, AND
                            CLASSICAL WORKS

                FOR COLLEGES, HIGH AND ORDINARY SCHOOLS,
                         AND SELF-INSTRUCTION;

                                ALSO FOR
           MECHANICS’ INSTITUTIONS, FREE LIBRARIES, &c., &c.,

                              PUBLISHED BY
                 JAMES S. VIRTUE, CITY ROAD & IVY LANE.


            THE ENTIRE SERIES IS FREELY ILLUSTRATED ON WOOD
                       AND STONE WHERE REQUISITE.


_The Public are respectfully informed that the whole of_ MR. WEALE’S
_Publications, contained in the present Catalogue, have been Purchased
by_ JAMES S. VIRTUE, _and that all future Orders will be supplied by
him at the above addresses_.

_Several additional Volumes, by Popular Authors, are in preparation,
and will shortly be ready for delivery._



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  2. NATURAL PHILOSOPHY, by Charles Tomlinson                      1_s._
  3. GEOLOGY, by Major-Gen. Portlock, F.R.S., &c.            1_s._ 6_d._
  6. MECHANICS, by Charles Tomlinson                               1_s._
  12. PNEUMATICS, by Charles Tomlinson                             1_s._
  20, 21. PERSPECTIVE, by George Pyne, 2 vols. in 1                2_s._
  27, 28. PAINTING, The Art of; or, A GRAMMAR OF
          COLOURING, by George Field, 2 vols. in 1                 2_s._
  36, 37, 38, 39. DICTIONARY of the TECHNICAL TERMS
          used by Architects, Builders, Engineers, Surveyors, &c.,
          4 vols. in 1                                             4_s._
          In cloth boards, 5_s._; half morocco,                    6_s._
  40. GLASS STAINING, by Dr. M. A. Gessert, With an
          Appendix on the Art of Enamelling                        1_s._
  41. PAINTING ON GLASS, from the German of Emanuel O. Fromberg    1_s._
  69, 70. MUSIC, a Practical Treatise, by C. C. Spencer,
          Doctor of Music, 2 vols. in 1                            2_s._
  71. THE PIANOFORTE, Instructions for Playing, by C. C. Spencer,
          Doctor of Music                                          1_s._
  72 to 75*. RECENT FOSSIL SHELLS (A Manual of the
          Mollusca), by Samuel P. Woodward, 4 vols. in 1,
          and Supplement                                     5_s._ 6_d._
          In cloth boards,                                   6_s._ 6_d._
             half morocco,                                   7_s._ 6_d._
  83. BOOK-KEEPING, by James Haddon, M.A.                          1_s._
  84. ARITHMETIC, with numerous Examples,
          by Professor J. R. Young                           1_s._ 6_d._
  84*. KEY TO THE PRECEDING VOLUME,
          by Professor J. R. Young                           1_s._ 6_d._

  96. ASTRONOMY, POPULAR, by the Rev. Robert Main, M.R.A.S.        1_s._
  101*. WEIGHTS AND MEASURES OF ALL NATIONS;
          Weights of Coins, and Divisions of Time; with the
          Principles which determine the Rate of Exchange,
          by Mr. Woolhouse, F.R.A.S.                         1_s._ 6_d._
  103. INTEGRAL CALCULUS, Examples of, by Prof. J. Hann            1_s._
  112. DOMESTIC MEDICINE, for the Preservation of Health,
          by M. Raspail                                      1_s._ 6_d._
  131. MILLER’S, FARMER’S, AND MERCHANT’S READY-RECKONER,
          showing the Value of any Quantity of Corn, with
          the Approximate Value of Mill-stones and Mill Work       1_s._

                        (_In Preparation._)
                       PHOTOGRAPHY. A New Manual.


                        =PHYSICAL SCIENCE.=

  1. CHEMISTRY, by Professor Fownes, F.R.S., including
          Agricultural Chemistry, for the use of Farmers.          1_s._
  4, 5. MINERALOGY, with a Treatise on Mineral Rocks or
          Aggregates, by James Dana, A.M., 2 vols. in 1            2_s._
  7. ELECTRICITY, an Exposition of the General Principles of the
          Science, by Sir William Snow Harris, F.R.S.        1_s._ 6_d._
  7*. GALVANISM, ANIMAL AND VOLTAIC ELECTRICITY;
          A Treatise on the General Principles of Galvanic Science,
          by Sir William Snow Harris, F.R.S.                 1_s._ 6_d._
  8, 9, 10. MAGNETISM, Concise Exposition of the General Principles
          of Magnetical Science and the Purposes to which it has
          been Applied, by the same, 3 vols, in 1            3_s._ 6_d._
  11, 11*. ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH, History of, by E. Highton, C.E.     2_s._
  133. METALLURGY OF COPPER, by R. H. Lamborn                      2_s._
  134. METALLURGY OF SILVER AND LEAD, by Dr. R. H. Lamborn         2_s._
  135. ELECTRO-METALLURGY, by Alex. Watt, F.R.S.S.A.         1_s._ 6_d._


                   =BUILDING AND ARCHITECTURE.=

  16. ORDERS OF ARCHITECTURE, and their Æsthetic Principles,
          by W. H. Leeds                                           1_s._
  17. STYLES OF ARCHITECTURE, by T. Bury                     1_s._ 6_d._
  18, 19. ARCHITECTURE, Principles of Design in,
          by E. L. Garbett, 2 vols in 1                            2_s._
  22. BUILDING, the Art of, in Five Sections,
          by Edward Dobson, C.E.                                   1_s._
  23, 24. BRICK AND TILE MAKING, by E. Dobson, C.E., 2 vols. in 1  2_s._
  25, 26. MASONRY AND STONE-CUTTING, with the Principles
          of Masonic Projection Concisely Explained,
          by E. Dobson, C.E., 2 vols. in 1                         2_s._
  30. DRAINING and SEWAGE OF TOWNS and BUILDINGS,
          Suggestive of Sanatory Regulations,
          by G. D. Dempsey, C.E.                             1_s._ 6_d._
    (With No. 29, Drainage of Land, 2 vols. in 1, 2_s._ 6_d._)
  35. BLASTING ROCKS, QUARRYING, AND THE QUALITIES OF STONE,
          by Lieut.-Gen. Sir J. Burgoyne, Bart., G.C.B., R.E.
                                                             1_s._ 6_d._
  42. COTTAGE BUILDING, or Hints for Improving the
          Dwellings of the Labouring Classes.                      1_s._
  44. FOUNDATIONS AND CONCRETE WORKS, A Treatise on,
          by E. Dobson, C.E.                                       1_s._
  45. LIMES, CEMENTS, MORTARS, CONCRETE, MASTICS, &c.,
          by G. R. Burnell, C.E.                                   1_s._
  57, 58. WARMING AND VENTILATION,
          by Charles Tomlinson, 2 vols. in 1                       2_s._
  111*. ARCHES, PIERS, AND BUTTRESSES, the Principles of
          their Construction, by William Bland               1_s_. 6_d._
  116. ACOUSTICS; the Distribution of Sound,
          by T. Roger Smith, Architect                       1_s._ 6_d._
  123. CARPENTRY AND JOINERY,
          a Treatise founded on Dr. Robison’s Work           1_s._ 6_d._
  123*. ILLUSTRATIVE PLATES to the preceding                 4_s._ 6_d._
  124. ROOFS FOR PUBLIC AND PRIVATE BUILDINGS,
          founded on Dr. Robison’s Work                      1_s._ 6_d._
  124*. IRON ROOFS of Recent Construction—a Series
          of Descriptive Plates                              4_s._ 6_d._
  127. ARCHITECTURAL MODELLING,
          Practical Instructions in the Art                  1_s._ 6_d._
  128, 129. VITRUVIUS ON CIVIL, MILITARY, AND NAVAL ARCHITECTURE,
          translated by Joseph Gwilt, Architect,
          with Illustrative Plates, by the Author and
          Joseph Gandy, 2 vols. in 1                               5_s._
  130. GRECIAN ARCHITECTURE, Principles of Beauty in,
          by the Earl of Aberdeen                                  1_s._
  132. ERECTION OF DWELLING-HOUSES, with Specifications, Quantities
          of Materials, &c., by S. H. Brooks, 27 Plates      2_s._ 6_d._


                   =MACHINERY AND ENGINEERING.=

  33. CRANES AND MACHINERY FOR LIFTING HEAVY WEIGHTS,
          the Art of Constructing, by Joseph Glynn, C.E.           1_s._
  34. STEAM ENGINE, by Dr. Lardner                                 1_s._
  43. TUBULAR AND OTHER IRON GIRDER BRIDGES,
          including the Britannia and Conway Bridges,
          by G. D. Dempsey                                         1_s._
  47, 48, 49. LIGHTHOUSES, their Construction and Illumination,
          by Allan Stevenson, C.E., 3 vols. in 1                   3_s._
  59. STEAM BOILERS, their Construction and Management,
          by R. Armstrong, C.E.                                    1_s._
  62. RAILWAYS, Principles of Construction,
          by Sir E. Stephenson                               1_s._ 6_d._
  62*. RAILWAY WORKING IN GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND,
          Statistics, Revenue, Accounts, &c.,
          by E. D. Chattaway                                       1_s._
              (Vols. 62 and 62* bound in 1, 2_s._ 6_d._)
  67, 68. CLOCK AND WATCH MAKING, including Church Clocks
          and Bells, by Edmund Beckett Denison, M.A.,
          with an Appendix, 2 vols. in 1                     3_s._ 6_d._
  78, 79. STEAM AND LOCOMOTION,
          on the Principle of connecting Science with Practice,
          by John Sewell, L.E. 2 vols. in 1                        2_s._
  78*. LOCOMOTIVE ENGINES, a Treatise on,
          by G. Drysdale Dempsey, C.E.                       1_s._ 6_d._
  79*. ILLUSTRATIONS TO THE ABOVE ...                        4_s._ 6_d._
  98, 98*. MECHANISM AND THE CONSTRUCTION OF MACHINES,
          by Thomas Baker, C.E.; and
          TOOLS AND MACHINES, by James Nasmyth, C.E.,
          with 220 Woodcuts                                  2_s._ 6_d._
  114. MACHINERY, its Construction and Working,
          by C. D. Abel, C.E.                                 1_s._ 6_d._
  115. ILLUSTRATIVE PLATES TO THE ABOVE, 4to.                7_s._ 6_d._


                         =CIVIL ENGINEERING.=

  13, 14, 15, 15*. CIVIL ENGINEERING, by Henry Law, C.E.,
          3 vols.; with a Supplement by G. R. Burnell, C.E.;
          4 vols. in 1                                       4_s._ 6_d._
  29. DRAINING DISTRICTS AND LANDS, the Art of,
          by G. D. Dempsey, C.E.                                   1_s._
  (With No. 30, DRAINAGE AND SEWAGE OF TOWNS, 2 vols. in 1, 2_s._ 6_d._)
  31. WELL-SINKING AND BORING, by John G. Swindell,
           revised by G. R. Burnell, C.E.                          1_s._
  46. ROAD-MAKING, the Construction and Repair, by S. C.
          Hughes and H. Law, C.E., and Gen. Sir J. Burgoyne,
          Bart., G.C.B., R.E.                                1_s._ 6_d._
  60, 61. LAND AND ENGINEERING SURVEYING,
          by T. Baker, C.E., 2 vols. in 1                          2_s._
  63, 64, 65. AGRICULTURAL BUILDINGS, FIELD ENGINES,
          MACHINERY, AND IMPLEMENTS,
          by G. H. Andrews, 3 vols. in 1                           3_s._
  66. CLAY LANDS AND LOAMY SOILS, by Professor Donaldson, A.E.     1_s._
  77*. ECONOMY OF FUEL, by T. S. Prideaux.                         1_s._
  80*, 81*. EMBANKING LANDS FROM THE SEA,
          with Examples of actual Embankments and Sea Walls,
          by John Wiggins, F.G.S., 2 vols. in 1                    2_s._
  82, 82*. POWER OF WATER, as applied to the Driving of Mills,
          and Giving Motion to Turbines, and other Hydrostatic
          Machines, by Joseph Glynn, F.R.S., C.E.                  2_s._
  82**, 83*, 83 _bis._ COAL GAS, its Manufacture and Distribution,
          by Samuel Hughes, C.E.                                   3_s._
  82***. WATER-WORKS FOR THE SUPPLY OF CITIES AND TOWNS,
          by Samuel Hughes, C.E.                                   3_s._
  117. SUBTERRANEOUS SURVEYING, & RANGING THE LINE
          without the Magnet, by T. Fenwick, Coal Viewer,
          with Improvements and Additions
          by T. Baker, C.E.                                  2_s._ 6_d._
  118, 119. CIVIL ENGINEERING IN NORTH AMERICA,
          by D. Stevenson, C.E., 2 vols. in 1                      3_s._
  120. HYDRAULIC ENGINEERING, by G. R. Burnell, C.E., 2 vols. in 1 3_s._
  121, 122. RIVERS AND TORRENTS, from the Italian of Paul Frisi,
          and a Treatise on NAVIGABLE CANALS, AND RIVERS THAT
          CARRY SAND AND MUD                                 2_s._ 6_d._
  125, 126. COMBUSTION OF COAL, AND THE PREVENTION OF SMOKE,
          by Charles Wye Williams, M.I.C.E.                        3_s._


                    =SHIP-BUILDING AND NAVIGATION.=

  51, 52, 53. NAVAL ARCHITECTURE, Principles of the
          Science, and their Practical Application to Naval
          Construction, by J. Peake, N.A., 3 vols. in 1            3_s._
  53*. SHIPS AND BOATS FOR OCEAN AND RIVER
          SERVICE, the Principles of Construction,
          by Captain H. A Sommerfeldt                              1_s._
  53**. ATLAS OF 14 PLATES TO THE PRECEDING,
          Drawn to a Scale for Practice                      7_s._ 6_d._
  54. MASTING, MAST-MAKING, and RIGGING OF SHIPS,
          by R. Kipping, N.A.                                1_s._ 6_d._
  54*. IRON SHIP-BUILDING, by John Grantham, C.E.            2_s._ 6_d._
  54**. ATLAS OF 24 PLATES TO THE PRECEDING VOLUME          22_s._ 6_d._
  80, 81. MARINE ENGINES AND THE SCREW,
          by R. Murray, C.E., 2 vols. in 1                   2_s._ 6_d._
  83 _bis._ SHIPS AND BOATS, the Principles of Construction,
          by W. Bland, of Hartlip                                  1_s._
  106. SHIPS’ ANCHORS FOR ALL SERVICES,
          by George Cotsell, N.A.                            1_s._ 6_d._


                  =ARITHMETIC AND MATHEMATICS.=

  32. MATHEMATICAL INSTRUMENTS, AND THEIR USE,
          by J. F. Heather, M.A.                                   1_s._
  55, 56. NAVIGATION; the Sailor’s Sea Book:
          How to Keep the Log and Work it off, &c.;
          Law of Storms, and Explanation of Terms                  2_s._
  61*. READY RECKONER for the Measurement of Land,
          its Valuation, and the Price of Labour,
          by A. Arman, Schoolmaster                          1_s._ 6_d._
  76, 77. GEOMETRY, DESCRIPTIVE,
          with a Theory of Shadows and Perspective,
          and a Description of the Principles and
          Practice of Isometrical Projection,
          by J. F. Heather, M.A., 2 vols. in 1                     2_s._
  85. EQUATIONAL ARITHMETIC: Questions of Interest, Annuities, &c.,
          by W. Hipsley                                            1_s._
  85*. EQUATIONAL ARITHMETIC: Tables for the Calculation of Simple
          Interest, with Logarithms for Compound Interest, and
          Annuities, by W. Hipsley                                 1_s._
  86, 87. ALGEBRA, by James Haddon, M.A., 2 vols. in 1             2_s._
  86*, 87*. ELEMENTS OF ALGEBRA, Key to the,
          by Prof. Young                                     1_s._ 6_d._
  88, 89. GEOMETRY, Principles of,
          by Henry Law, C.E., 2 vols. in 1                         2_s._
  90. GEOMETRY, ANALYTICAL, by James Hann                          1_s._
  91, 92. PLANE AND SPHERICAL TRIGONOMETRY,
          by Prof. James Hann, 2 vols. in 1                        2_s._
       (_The two divisions separately_, 1_s._ _each_)
  93. MENSURATION, by T. Baker, C.E.                               1_s._
  94, 95. LOGARITHMS, Tables of; with Tables of Natural Sines,
          Co-sines, and Tangents,
          by H. Law, C.E., 2 vols. in 1                      2_s._ 6_d._
  97. STATICS AND DYNAMICS, by T. Baker, C.E.                      1_s._
  99, 100. NAVIGATION AND NAUTICAL ASTRONOMY,
        by Professor Young, 2 vols. in 1                           2_s._
  100*. NAVIGATION TABLES, compiled for Practical Use
        with the preceding volume                            1_s._ 6_d._
  101. DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS, by Mr. Woolhouse, F.R.A.S.           1_s._
  102. INTEGRAL CALCULUS, by H. Cox, M.A.                          1_s._
  104. DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS, Examples of, by J. Haddon, M.A.      1_s._
  105. ALGEBRA, GEOMETRY, AND TRIGONOMETRY,
          First Mnemonical Lessons in,
          by the Rev. T. P. Kirkman, M.A.                    1_s._ 6_d._


                         =MISCELLANEOUS.=

  50. LAW OF CONTRACTS FOR WORKS AND SERVICES,
          by David Gibbons, S.P.                                   1_s._
  107. METROPOLITAN BUILDINGS ACT, and THE METROPOLITAN ACT
          FOR REGULATING THE SUPPLY OF GAS, with Notes       2_s._ 6_d._
  108. METROPOLITAN LOCAL MANAGEMENT ACTS.                   1_s._ 6_d._
  110. RECENT LEGISLATIVE ACTS applying to Contractors,
          Merchants, and Tradesmen                                 1_s._
  111. NUISANCES REMOVAL AND DISEASE PREVENTION ACT                1_s._
  113. USE OF FIELD ARTILLERY ON SERVICE,
          by Lieut.-Colonel Hamilton Maxwell, B.A.           1_s._ 6_d._
  113*. MEMOIR ON SWORDS, by the same                              1_s._
  83**. CONSTRUCTION OF DOOR LOCKS                           1_s._ 6_d._



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Transcriber's Notes:

  Underscores "_" before and after a word or phrase indicate _italics_
    in the original text.
  Equal signs "=" before and after a word or phrase indicate =bold=
    in the original text.
  Small capitals have been converted to SOLID capitals.
  Old or antiquated spellings have been preserved.
  Typographical errors have been silently corrected but other variations
    in spelling and punctuation remain unaltered.





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