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119 ページ - The author offers us what a clear-sighted, cool-headed, scientific student has to say on the nature, properties, and natural laws of money, without regard to local interests or national bias. His work is popularly written, and every page is replete with solid instruction of a kind that is just now lamentably needed by multitudes of our people who are victimized by the grossest fallacies.
118 ページ - No. 12. THE HISTORY OF THE CONFLICT BETWEEN RELIGION AND SCIENCE. By JOHN WM. DRAPER, MD, LL. D., author of "The Intellectual Development of Europe.
120 ページ - The great political revolutions of the last decade, with the natural result of the lapse of time, have brought into public view a multitude of new men, whose names are in every one's mouth, and of whose lives every one is curious to know the particulars. Great battles have been fought and important sieges maintained, of which the details are as yet preserved only in the newspapers or in the transient publications of the day, but which ought now to take their place in permanent and authentic history.
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119 ページ - MONEY AND THE MECHANISM OF EXCHANGE. By W. STANLEY JEVONS, MA, FRS, Professor of Logic and Political Economy in the Owens College, Manchester. Price, $1.75.
120 ページ - ... greater lucidity and force to the explanations in the text. They embrace all branches of science and of natural history, and depict the most famous and remarkable features of scenery, architecture, and art, as well as the various processes of mechanics and manufactures. Although intended for instruction rather than embellishment, no pains have been spared to insure their artistic excellence; the cost of their execution is enormous, and it is believed...
120 ページ - Specimen pages of the AMERICAN CYCLOPEDIA, showing type, illustrations, etc., will be sent gratis, on application. D. APPLETON & CO., PUBLISHERS, THE POPULAR SCIENCE MONTHLY, CONDUCTED BY E- L. "2
120 ページ - CYCLOPEDIA was completed in 1863, since which time the wide circulation which it has attained in all parts of the United States, and the signal developments which have taken place in every branch of science, literature, and art, have induced...
119 ページ - Road^Measures in English miles and French kilometres. III. Land-Measures. IV. Cubic Measures. V. Liquid Measures. VI. Dry Measures. VII. Weights, and finally Money. This latter table is one of the most useful and valuable tables probably to be found, giving as it does the standards in dollars, francs, sterling, and marks, and alone is worth the cost of the book.