Encyclopaedia londinensis, or, Universal dictionary of arts, sciences, and literature : comprehending, under one general alphabetical arrangement, all the words and substance of every kind of dictionary extant in the English language : in which the improved departments of the mechanical arts, the liberal sciences, the higher mathematics, and the several branches of polite literature, are selected from the acts, memoirs, and transactions, of the most eminent literary societies, in Europe, Asia, and America : forming a comprehensive view of the rise, progress, and present state, of human learning in every part of the world : embellished by a most magnificent set of copper-plate engravings
Universal dictionary of arts, sciences, and literature
Chapman, J. (John), active 1792-1823
Jones, John, 1766-1821
Wilkes, John, of Milland House, Sussex
London :Printed for the proprietor, by J. Adlard ..., sold at the Encyclopaedia Office ... by J. White ... and Champante and Whitrow ...,1810-1829.
Vols. 1-22 edited by J. Jones; v. 23-24 edited by G. Jones.
Volumes 1-22 edited by J. Jones; volumes 23-24 edited by G. Jones.
Published in parts and sold by subscription.
Imprint of v. 15-20 varies slightly; v. 21-24 have imprint: Printed for G. Jones at the Encyclopaedia office.
Imprint of volumes 15-20 varies slightly; volumes 21-24 have imprint: Printed for G. Jones at the Encyclopaedia office.
Plates signed by various artists and engravers, including J. Chapman and J. Pass, among others.
Text in double columns.
Each v. includes indexes to the major articles featured in it.
Each volume includes indexes to the major articles featured in it.
Errors in paging.
BM | v. 61, col. 621
British Museum. General catalogue of printed books, | volume 61, column 621
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AE5 .E5622 1810
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