Copy 1. Supplier/Donor: Med. Soc. Lond. This book was formerly part of the collection of the Medical Society of London, which was deposited for safekeeping in the Wellcome Library in 1964. It was eventually purchased by the Wellcome Trust in 1984, with assistance from the National Heritage Memorial Fund and other charities.
|Statement||By George Adams|
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|Pagination||2 unnumbered pages, 30 leaves of plates ;|
|Number of Pages||30|
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Essays on the Microscope; containing a Practical Description of the Most Improved Microscopes; a General History of Insects, their transformations, peculiar habits, and oeconomy by Adams, George, & Frederick Kanmacher. London: Printed by Dillon and Keating, for the Editor, etc., an account of the various species, and singular properties, of the Hydrae and Vorticellae: a . ONE OF THE BEST 18TH-CENTURY ILLUSTRATED WORKS ON MICROSCOPY. ADAMS, George. Essays on the Microscope. Containing a Practical Description of the Most Improved Microscopes: A General History of Insects, Their Transformations, Peculiar Habits, and Oeconomy: An Account of the Various Species and Singular Properties of the Hydrae and . Adams, George. Essays on the microscope: containing a practical description of the most improved microscopes; a general history of insects, their transformations, peculiar habits, and oeconomy illustrated with thirty-two folio plates, by the late George Adams. 2nd ed., with considerable additions and improvements by Frederick : Printed by Dillon Author: Beth Hylen. Plates 2, 7, 23 and 24 are double plates (A + B). 27 plates are dated and published by George Adams (from the first edition), 4 are dated , published by W. & S. Jones, & F. Kanmacher, and one is undated (possibly shaved to bottom edge). page catalogue bound at rear, 'A Catalogue of Optical, Mathematical, and Philosophical.
A, to the body of the microscope; then fit the sectoral scale, Fig. 7, in the stage, and adjust the microscope to its proper focus or distance from the scale, which is to be moved till the base appears in the middle of the field of view; then bring the needle point g, Fig. 8, by turning the screw L, to touch one of the lines c a exactly at the. Download RIS citations. TY - BOOK TI - Essays on the microscope: containing a practical description of the most improved microscopes: a general history of insects, their transformations, peculiar habits, and oeconomy: an account of the various species and singular properties of the Hydrae and Vorticellae: a description of three hundred and seventy-nine animalcula, with a . For the next century, and beyond, it became common to observe the circulation of the blood through the capillaries under the microscope. This was usually performed in the web of the foot of a frog, or the tail of a fish or eel. For this purpose, frog plates or fish plates (pans) were often standard equipment among the early microscopes. Photography Applied to the Microscope Plates for the Essays on the microscope PRACTICAL HINTS ON THE SELECTION AND USE OF THE MICROSCOPE PRACTICAL METHODS IN MICROSCOPY Primer of the clinical microscope Principles of biological microtechnique; a study of fixation and dyeing PRINCIPLES OF MICROSCOPYSeller Rating: % positive.