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Ancient mineralogy, or, An inquiry respecting mineral substances mentioned by the Ancients

N. F. Moore

Ancient mineralogy, or, An inquiry respecting mineral substances mentioned by the Ancients

with occasional remarks on the uses to which they were applied.

by N. F. Moore

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Published by Sampson Low, Son & Co. in London .
Written in English


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Full text of "The Gnostics and their remains, ancient and mediaeval" See other formats.   W e are much limited in our means of obtaining information as to the anatomical structure of those numerous tribes of extinct animals which are comprehended under Cuvier's great division of Mollusks. Their soft and perishable bodies have almost wholly disappeared, and their external shells, and, in a few cases, an internal apparatus of the nature of shell, form the .

the. hermetic. and. alchemical. writings of. aureolus philippus theophrastus bombast, of hohenheim, called. paracelsus the great. now for the. first time faithfully. mineral substances, ivhen introduced into the hum-~n 9rganism, are capable of producing effeets of great hn: portance, and of almost infinite variety.. Whether these substances have been reduced to their condi­ tion of infinitesimal sub~ivision by a an.

Full text of "Ueber lineare differentialgleichungen der zweiten ordnung. Vorlesung, gehalten im sommersemester " See other formats. Descr. Nearly all the simple substances above mentioned have entered into their present combinations as binary com pounds; that is, they were united two and two before forming the present compounds in which they are found. The following constitute nearly all the binary compounds of the accessible parts of 1rhe globe. 1. Silica. 2. Alumina. 3.


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An Inquiry Respecting Mineral Substances Mentioned by the Ancients Item Preview Ancient Mineralogy; Or, An Inquiry Respecting Mineral Substances Mentioned by the Ancients by Nathaniel Fish : ANCIENT MINERALOGY; OR, AN INQUIRY RESPECTING MINERAL SUBSTANCES iron, and copper.4 This island is mentioned very particularly by Dioscorides as a locality of oTUTTrrjpta, and Pliny observes that the best alumen of a certain kind was that called Melinum, from the island Melos,5 having before said of the substance generally that, after the Author: Ll.d.

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An inquiry respecting mineral substances mentioned by the Ancients book mineralogy, or, An inquiry respecting mineral substances mentioned by the ancients. New York: Harper, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Nathaniel Fish Moore.

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BY N. MOORE, LL.D. seconb abfttfonr. NEW YORK: HARPER & BROTHERS, PUBLISHERS, FRANKLIN SQUARE. Page II Entered, according to Act of. Ancient mineralogy: or, An inquiry respecting mineral substances mentioned by the ancients: with occasional remarks on the uses to which they were applied.

Harper & brothers in English - 2nd ed. Ancient Mineralogy: Or, An Inquiry Respecting Mineral Substances Mentioned By The Ancients by Nathaniel Fish Moore Hardcover. Ancient mineralogy; or, An inquiry respecting mineral substances mentioned by the ancients: with occasional remarks on the uses to which they were applied.

; 2nd edition. Lectures on the Greek language and literature. A historical sketch of Columbia University, in the city of New-York. Moore, Nathaniel Fish ().Born: DecemNewton, Illinois. Nathaniel Fish Moore, Ancient Mineralogy or, An Inquiry Respecting Mineral Substances Mentioned By The Ancients, page This goldenhair might be compared, or is perhaps the same, with the Venus hairstone; which is quartz traversed by such acicular crystals of the red oxide of titanium.

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Carvill, New York (rist. col solo titoloAncient Mineralogy, Arno Press, New York ). Google ScholarCited by: 5. Ancient mineralogy, or an inquiry respecting mineral substances mentioned by the ancients with ocassional remarks on the uses to which they were applied: New York.

xx p. Moore, N. Ancient Mineralogy, Harper and Brothers, New York. Moore, R. One hundred Arizona minerals: Arizona Bureau of Mines Bulletin. Il Perí líthon («Sulie pietre») di Teofrasto di Ereso (– a.C.) è il primo trattato mineralogico che sia mai stato scritto (ca.

a.C.) ed è anche il primo che sia stato stampato (tebbraioda Aldo Manuzio). Il testo che è soprawissuto è solo un frammento di un progetto espositivo più vasto che comprendeva unPé ri metállon («Sui metalli») andato Cited by: Ancient Mineralogy; or, An Inquiry Respecting Mineral Substances Mentioned by the Ancients: with Occassional Remarks on the Uses to Which They.

Moore, N. F., Ancient Mineralogy, or an Inquiry Respecting Mineral Substances Mentioned by Ancients with Occasional Remarks on the Uses to which They Were Applied. Harper, New York, / Harper, New York, / Descriptive list of the new minerals,containing all new mineral names not mentioned in Dana's System of mineralogy, sixth edition, (New York and London, McGraw-Hill book company, inc., ), by George Letchworth English and James Dwight Dana (page images at.

Ancient Mineralogy, or an Inquiry Respecting Mineral Substances Mentioned by the Ancients With Occasional Remarks on the Uses to Which They Were Applied by Nathaniel Fish Moore First Lessons in Geology To Accompany the Chautauqua.

Ammonia is a compound of nitrogen and hydrogen with the formula NH 3.A stable binary hydride, and the simplest pnictogen hydride, ammonia is a colourless gas with a characteristic pungent smell. It is a common nitrogenous waste, particularly among aquatic organisms, and it contributes significantly to the nutritional needs of terrestrial organisms by serving as a precursor to food Beilstein Reference: The Project Gutenberg EBook of Ancient and Modern Celebrated Freethinkers, by Charles Bradlaugh, A.

Collins, and J. Watts This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or.

MOORE, N.F. Ancient Mineralogy; or, An Inquiry Respecting Mineral Substances Mentioned by the Ancients; with occasional remarks on the uses to which they were applied. MOSCARDO, L. Note overo Memorie del Museo di Lodovico Moscardo nobile.

A History of the Sciences has been planned to present for the information of the general public a historic record of the great divisions of science. Each volume is the work of a writer who is accepted as an authority on his own subject-matter.

The books are not to be considered as primers, but present thoroughly digested information on the relations borne by each great .MOORE, N.F. Ancient Mineralogy; or, An Inquiry Respecting Mineral Substances Mentioned by the Ancients; with occasional remarks on the uses to which they were applied.

MORALES, G. DE Libro de las Virtudes y Propriedades maravillosas de las Piedras preziosas.Part III - Chemical Colours We give this denomination to colours which we can produce, and more or less fix, in certain bodies; which we can render more intense, which we can again take away and communicate to other bodies, and to which, therefore, we ascribe a certain permanency: duration is their prevailing characteristic.