Boston: Woolworth, Ainsworth, & Co., 1868. Frontispiece, vi, 224p, illustrations, 17 plates. 19.5cm. Black morocco back with gilt titling and black cloth covers. Spine rubbed, corners bumped, two skinned. The frontispiece is a color plate of the solar spectrum as seen through a spectroscope, which was invented in 1859 by the German chemist Robert Wilhelm Bunsen and the German physicist Gustav Robert Kirchhoff.
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