SCIENCE, May 8, 1885. Volume V. No. 118

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Articles by Famous Americans: S. NEWCOMB "Mortality experience of the Connecticut mutual life-insurance Co."; and in Letters to the Editor ALEXANDER GRAHAM BELL "The Wisconsin Bill relating to the instruction of deaf-mutes"; and EUGENE A. SMITH " Tertiary phosphates in Albama". Other articles: "Composite Portraits of Members of the National Academy of Sciences" with a full page of 4 portraits protected by a tissue guard; " American Flash Language in 1798" with Tufts's glossary, 1793-98; "Walking and Running" with 5 illustrations; and under Notes and News, a paragraph on the "earlier floods of the lower Mississippi" with a map. Also "Naval architecture in England, and "Recent British locomotives". Paper covers lightly soiled with chipping around edges. ex-mus. stamp on front cover. Top right corner of front cover missing,and another piece of top border. Bottom edge piece folded up and corner missing. Tearing at spine. Covers still intact. Overall covers are Good-. First 3 pages' upper corners missing, 1 1/2"x1/2", not on text. Otherwise interior is tight, clean and VG+.

Title: SCIENCE, May 8, 1885. Volume V. No. 118

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Illustrator: Portraits, Engravings, Map,

Categories: Famous Americans, Medicine, Geology, England, Alabama, Academy of Sciences, Science Magazines/Journals, Health,

Publisher: Cambridge, The Science Company: 1885

Binding: Wraps

Book Condition: Good to Good-

Type: Science

Size: Size: Approx. 7 1/4" x 10 1/4"

Seller ID: 003167

Keywords: S. NEWCOMB, Deaf-Mutes, ALEXANDER GRAHAM BELL, EUGENE A. SMITH, English Naval architecture British locomotives